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Electro Static Technology

Address 31 Winterbrook Road, Mechanic Falls, ME, 04256, US
Phone 207-998-5140
Fax 207-998-5143
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Electro Static Technology appoints Mathew Laufik as global sales manager

Electro Static Technology, the manufacturer of AEGIS Shaft Grounding Rings, and specialist in low- to medium-voltage motor protection technology, has appointed Matthew Laufik as Global Sales Manager.  In this new role, Mr. Laufik will be responsible for the sales of AEGIS products to motor repair shops, motor manufacturers and end users in a range of processing industries worldwide through the company's international sales organizations and distribution network.  He will also manage all sales, marketing, and customer service personnel.

New Digital Oscilloscope equipped to test VFD-controlled motors for damaging shaft voltages

Industrial motors controlled by variable frequency drives (VFDs) are at risk of electrical bearing damage. The new AEGIS Shaft Voltage Tester Digital Oscilloscope makes it easier than ever to check in-service motors for damaging VFD-induced shaft voltages and head off bearing damage and costly unplanned equipment downtime.

New AEGIS iPRO-MR Monitoring Ring combines shaft grounding and shaft current monitoring for critical applications

Electro Static Technology’s new AEGIS iPRO-MR Ring combines shaft voltage bearing protection with continuous monitoring of shaft voltage levels from a remote location—all in real time. The AEGIS iPRO-MR is an AEGIS Shaft Grounding Ring and a shaft monitoring ring in one, ensuring optimum uptime and reliability of large motors and generators in critical applications. The iPRO-MR is ideal for the protection of motors in remote locations that cannot be easily monitored or maintained.

Bearing protection rings extend life on VFD motors

AEGIS SGR Bearing Protection Rings from Electro Static Technology are designed to dramatically extend the lives of motors controlled by variable frequency drives (VFDs). Units are applicable anywhere there is a need to modulate the speed of AC motors with VFDs, such as with motors used to run conveyor systems, large grinders and shredders, oil and water pumps, air and hydraulic compressors, and for ventilation fans.