Flow Meter Repair in Kernersville, NC

Major On-Site Repairs

Since 1995, ERD Industrial Electronic Repair has been contracted to perform on-site service for a number of complex service projects. This has ranged from jobs like flow meter repair in Kernersville, NC, to rebuilding units. We’ve outlined some examples of our work below.

Robot Welding at General Motors Lordstown, Ohio Plant

We repaired a 4-axis Baldor Servo based system, which utilized a laser to drill holes in the vehicle chassis. Production output was reduced by 50% due to this equipment being offline. Our team rectified the problem in 2 days with superb robotics engineering service.

Working on One Output

Working on One Output

The Morot Control Cabinet

The Morot Control Cabinet

4,000 HP DC Motor Control Rebuild for Car Shredder

The Car Shredding System motor at All-Star Shredding in Brownsville, TX, seized up, causing a complete and catastrophic failure of the system. We rebuilt and installed the entire Siemens SimoREG-based DC Drive system over a 4-week period.

Working on One Output

Working on One Output

The Morot Control Cabinet

The Morot Control Cabinet

Power Distribution Service

The 5-Megawatt Distribution Power System for the Bluehost 1 Million Server Data Center in Provo, UT, failed due to a wiring defect. We installed a temporary distribution system while the custom replacement system was being built, which we later installed.

Mitsubishi UPS Systems

Mitsubishi UPS Systems

One of the Distributions

One of the Distributions

Medium Voltage Service

The Main Service Power Feed for Riceland in Stuttgart, AR—one of the largest rice processing facilities in the United States—failed due to a transformer explosion, leading to a full shutdown of their parboil system. This project entailed 2 parts. First, performing system repair on the damaged medium voltage switch gear (13,800volt) and returning it to service, and second, performing a full remediation of the smoke damaged motor control starter buckets (MCC).

Over the course of two 3-day periods, the high voltage was fully brought back online, and more than 100 MCC buckets were unwired, removed, and cleaned using an ice blasting technique to remove all smoke and carbon residue. We then re-installed the buckets and reconnected more than 2000 wires, bringing the plant back online without incident.

Part of the Riceland Facility

Part of the Riceland Facility

One Row of MCC Buckets

One Row of MCC Buckets

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