Motion Industries Relaunches Motor Specialist Website

Originally launched in 2010, themotorspecialist.com now offers expanded resources covering the latest news and information in the electrical motor industries via articles, videos, whitepapers, training materials and more.

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Birmingham, AL-based Motion Industries — No. 10 on Industrial Distribution's 2015 Big 50 List — has relaunched it knowledge website, www.themotorspecialist.com.

Originally launched in 2010 to offer guidance regarding EISA legislation, The Motor Specialist website now offers expanded resources covering the latest information and innovations in the electrical motor industry. Site visitors are invited to access a wide array of electrical motor content, including articles, videos, whitepapers, training materials and more.

"Motion Industries is committed to providing the expertise, knowledge and resources that bring valuable information to our customers," said Randy Breaux, Motion Industries' Senior Vice President of Marketing, Distribution and Purchasing. "Our team of motor specialists works around the clock to unearth the latest advances in the electrical motor industry; beneficial information for those who are searching for critical solutions."

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Geared toward professionals in the industrial and commercial industries, The Motor Specialist website content is strategically selected to assist professionals who want to keep abreast of industry news, such as the U.S. Department of Energy's recently released small motor rule (EISA) or how to determine ROI on an electric motor. The Motor Specialist also includes quick references and formulas ? for example, the formula to determine synchronous speed.

An expanding video collection keeps viewers in the know about legislation or "how to" applications in the motor arena. Several titles include:

  • "Closed Loop Control and Vector Control"
  • "Department of Energy Small Motor Rule"
  • "Matching Mechanical Features to Meet Application Needs for AC Motors"

In addition to being both desktop- and mobile-friendly, the website allows users to share articles that interest them with others across Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.

The news follows Motion Industries launching a different knowledge website, www.bearings.com, in late March.

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