Motor, Drive, Generator Engineered Services
Our in-house repair & service department, C.W. Silver, can handle and repair virtually all motor, drive, and generator brands and types, as well as warranty work for several brands. Our team is made up of service professionals who are factory trained and authorized. C.W. Silver and its team have the expertise and experience you need, providing fast and reliable solutions that will last.
C.W. Silver has been in the motor repair and field service business since 1917. Our unique capabilities, expert service, and special customer service have kept us strong and sets us apart from the competition. We can work on all sizes and types of motors, including servo-motors. We are also a fully authorized warranty facility for all brands.
Variable Frequency Drive Repair
With years of experience, expert technicians, testing capabilities, and preventative maintenance offerings, C.W. Silver drive repair and service is unbeatable. We understand the importance of your drives operating efficiently and offer the tools and capabilities to keep your assets going strong.
Standby Generator Repair
Energy Management Corporation has teamed with Generac as a full service dealer for residential, commercial, industrial and portable generators. With a generator from the most trusted name in the industry, Generac, you can be assured that when your power goes off, your generator will come on.
We also offer dry ice blasting, to help keep your equipment in the best of shape. Dry ice blasting is used by experts around the world to improve efficiency and reliability. Dry ice blasting safely cleans electric motors, variable frequency drives, backup generators, welders, and other electrical equipment.
Our C.W. Silver division offers in-house welder repair for any size or model, specializing in Lincoln and Miller welders. Our service professionals are factory trained and authorized, able to perform warranty work for most brands and even offer 24/7 emergency service.
Arc flash is another important service we offer. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) require an assessment of the workplace for potential arc flash hazards. We can help you identify potential safety risks and advise on the safest working conditions for you and your employees.