Outstanding Service Since 1946
131 S. Newman St. Hackensack, NJ
When you choose to work with Universal Electric Motor Service, you'll enjoy a detailed quality assurance program complete with failure analysis reports, photos, and a thorough report of your repairs. You'll get peace of mind knowing that your repair was completed to the highest standards.
You can call on us around the clock, as we offer 24/7 services. We've been serving the Tri-State area since 1946 with high-quality, reliable repairs. Reach out to us today to schedule repair service.
Rely on Universal Electric Motor Service to offer you a variety of in-house repair services including pump, ventilation, and motor repair at our state-of-the-art facility. Our factory-trained technicians will help you find a solution during your first meeting.
With a fully-equipped machine shop, our factory-trained technicians can repair a variety of pumps, including but not limited to cooling tower, fire, submersible and sewerage, vacuum, condensate, centrifugal, split case, and pit pumps. Our shop capabilities include bearing replacements, hydronic testing, special/OEM seal replacements, packing to seal modifications, and various parts replacements.
Typical brands include Loren Cook, Penn Ventilation, Dayton, Greenheck, Trane, Carrier, and fan types, like axial and strobic fans. Mechanics will perform a variety of repairs, such as bearing replacement, shaft machining and fabrication, replacement wheels, motors, pulleys, and belts, as well as alignment and dynamic balancing.
Whether your motor is an AC or DC, cooling tower, horizontal or vertical, slip ring, synchronous, or brake, our factory-trained technicians are able to repair them with repair services including bearing replacements, in-house rewinds, machining and welding, shaft grounding ring installations, and UL re-certifications.
Common types of gearbox repairs include helical, speed reducers, mechanical drives, shaft mounted reducers and clutches. Depend on our factory trained technicians to do comprehensive repairs, including bearing, oil seal, and other parts replacement, installation of new gears, and refurbishing or replacing damaged shafts.