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RSAW Welcomes David Dyason

Meet RSAW's Director of Business Development, learn more about his background and expertise, and add his contact information directly to your phone or computer.

"Grit it Done"

RSAW is still "Gritting it Done" for you 24/7

At RSAW, we have always been proud to call America’s critical infrastructure among our customers, especially now. The recent national “Stay at Home” order has been extended through April 30th. Like you, Red Stick Armature Works is critical infrastructure, which means we are available 24 / 7 / 365 to respond to your industrial electric motor needs.

In this blog post, learn about the many adjustments we've made to respond to COVID-19 and to keep your critical plant operations up and running 7 /24 / 365.

Personal Project Manager

Does Your Project Manager Treat You Like Family?

When your industrial electric motor needs service or repair, does your project manager treat you with the personalized care and service you deserve?  

At Red Stick Armature Works, a unique aspect of our process is that we assign you a personal project manager dedicated to your project and serving your needs.

Read this blog post to learn more about our Personal Project Managers and the protocols they follow to navigate your industrial electric motor repair all the way from intake to 5-Star quality control.

Motor with caption "It all started in 1830..."

What is an AC Motor and How Did It Come About?

The story of the AC motor goes back over 190 years.  For a quick overview of what an AC motor is, where it came from, and the most common types that are used in industrial applications check out our blog article here.

7x24x36 Availability

Is Your Electric Motor Repair Service Available 7x24x365?

If they are like most electric motor repair vendors the answer is no. 

Which is why Red Stick Armature Works is the first choice among companies who understand that lost operating time equals lost revenue and profits.  Learn more in our blog post.

Testing your motor

Eight Common Causes of Premature Electric Motor Failure

Electric motors provide the majority of current consumed in U.S. manufacturing plants, and extending their economic useful life beyond their normal ranges requires paying close attention to some of the most common factors that can cause them to fail.  These factors include everything from overloads, imbalances, and misalignments to vibrations and environmental issues. In this blog post we take a closer look at eight of the most common types of electrical engine failures that you should be on the lookout for in your facility.