So it's dark and stormy, and your
machinery has failed.
Who you gonna call???
We hope it's TigerTek!
Since 1983, we have repaired plant machinery:
It's why we were voted NC Small Business of the Year.
Quotes and pickups are FREE.
Please keep our number handy for your next repair.
Please take a digital tour of our shop.
Our repair center is conveniently located just north of Greensboro.
Maintenance folks are always amazed by the scope of our machinery repair capabilities (test equipment, technicians, shop organization, computerization, etc).
You're welcome to visit anytime!
|Baldor Varible Speed Drives
ACB530 AC Drive
The ACB530 AC Drive uses a traditional inverter V/Hz control or sensorless vector control to cover a wide variety of applications. At power-up, a startup Assistant quickly and easily guides the user through the first-time setup of the drive. The ACB530 is dual rated for Constant Torque and Variable Torque Applications, including pumps, fans, and general machinery applications.
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ACB330 AC Drive
The ACB330 AC Drive is a general purpose Microdrive with a full-featured, plain-English graphical keypad for easy startups. Utilizing a compact IP20 design, this drive is designed for use in automation control panels and in wall mount applications (via the addition of the UL Type 1 kit). With ratings up to 30HP, this powerful, heavy-duty rated Microdrive is one of the first microdrives on the market today to support both Induction and Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Applications.
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TigerTek is a Baldor Master Distributor.
Please call for quotes (336 623-1717)
What is the difference between "component" and "system" testing?
|SYSTEM testing a servo motor
with its actual servo drive
In the repair industry this is a critically important piece of information for you to know.
COMPONENT testing means that all the individual parts are tested, whereas
SYSTEM testing means that the complete unit is actually run.
For example: A car mechanic could merely test the brakes, the carburetor, etc (components); or he could fix your car and then actually take it for a test drive (system test).
Obviously system testing produces vastly more reliable repairs.
So, always ask your repair provider how they will test your item.
Darryl Oakley is TigerTek's Vice President of Operations. He has over 40 years experience in the industry.
Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Meet TigerTek: Ricky (Welding & Fabricating Department)
Ricky manages our welding and fabricating department.
Any motors with damaged shafts, or any mechanical defects are quickly repaired in-house.
Any final machining or balancing is also completed in-house.
The result is a a fully integrated process, and a LEAN, rapid, high quality repair.
Please contact TigerTek to solve your next repair problem.
2741 NC HWY 135 | Stoneville, NC | 27048