When searching for a machine shop to help you with repairs for electric motors, purchasing electric motors, welding or other machining services it is important that you check the shops credentials. A lot can be found out about a shop by who they are affiliated with and which organizations they are a part of. The following are 5 organizations that any machine shop should be a part of.
US Navy Repair Facility
While not an organization per se, being a US Navy Repair Facility is a high honor to achieve for any machine shop. This means that the shop is able to do very specific work for their clients, which, obviously, includes the US Navy. As a US Navy Repair Facility the machine shop must be able to perform mil-spec repairs.
As a member of the Underwriters Laboratories (UL) a machine shop is a held to the highest standards of quality and service. Their work has been approved as acceptable by the UL organization.
Electrical Apparatus Service Association
The Electrical Apparatus Service Association independently certifies machine and electric motor repair shops. The accreditation program is designed to ensure the efficiency and reliability of repaired electric motors. Shops are evaluated for compliance of safety practices as well as repair procedures before being admitted as an EASA shop.
Any business should really be a part of the Better Business Bureau. Being accredited by the BBB means that a shop will always try to resolve customer issues, but more importantly it means that they will do everything in their power to prevent customer issues from ever becoming apparent through expert craftsmanship.
Chamber of Commerce
As a member of the Chamber of Commerce, both locally and nationally, a machine shop is actively participating in the growth of the economy.
Industrial Motors & Machining is a Denver machine shop that is a part of all of these organizations. We take great pride in our active roles in the community through these organizations and simply by helping other business keep on running through machining and electric motor repair and sales. To learn more about our products and services give Industrial Motors & Machining a call at (303) 872-5981 today.
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