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Nunica, MI 49448

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Fax: 616.837.0091

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The Technical Trainers

Is the problem in the drive, the motor, the load, or the control?

You'll save a lot of time and money if your maintenance people can answer this question. MIC's annual, general invitation Drive Basics Seminar will teach your personnel how to diagnose electronic problems and more. The program includes;

AC Inverters

Troubleshooting

DC Drives

Components

Motors

Applications

Or, arrange for us to provide training on your system at you site or ours. We will tailor the class to suit your needs and provide your people with the knowledge they need to maintain and troubleshoot your controls.

We can provide training as in-depth as component level analysis, or a more general board or drive level trouble-shooting approach. We can also provide detailed, step-by-step troubleshooting guides for each of you drives or systems.

The MIC instructor is Donald Frendendall, president and founder of MIC. He has been servicing and building drive systems since 1981. Don taught his first training seminar during the summer of 1984 and has since taught numerous classes throughout the U.S. With over 15 years experience in the drive industry, Don is able to effectively communicate the principles needed to understand drives and systems.

We have experience with almost all of the drive OEMs including:

Amicon

General Electric

Baldor/Sweodrive

Magnetek/Louis Allis

Control Techniques

Reliance, and many others...

Emerson

 

Call or email us today and we'll show you how MIC can help your personnel become Technical Troubleshooters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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