4 Reasons for Imperfect Part Fitment With Modular Inverters

The phrase “perfect parts fitment” refers to equipment whose parts are in precisely the correct position, right down to the smallest unit of part fitment measurement. When you order modular inverters from Exeltech, every component of the equipment is positioned as it should be.

But how do you make them stay in the right position? A good way to start is by addressing the issues below, which can lead to imperfect part fitment inside a modular inverter and imperfect fitment of the inverter within a modular inverter chassis.

1. Heavy Vibration

Most industrial machines produce a measurable level of vibration during operation, however slight it may be. When the vibration is pronounced, and it jostles your inverter, it can make parts come loose inside the equipment, eventually causing it to malfunction.

A good solution would be to use a NEBS Level 3 inverter that’s designed for adverse operating conditions, including heavy vibration.

2. Fluctuating Temperatures

An area that has fluctuating temperatures can have a negative effect on inverters. Over time, changing temperatures cause the equipment’s materials to expand and contract. Eventually, this can make plastic and metal parts warp and crack.

Unless you’re implementing a model that’s designed to withstand unusual temperatures, you may need to implement a cooling system to ensure the inverter doesn’t surpass it highest allowed operating temperature, as indicated in the owner’s manual.

3. Damage to Inverter Chassis

Sometimes, it’s the chassis that houses modular inverters and not the inverters that experiences damage. Improper removal of inverters from the chassis, damage to the chassis while relocating it, and not replacing broken chassis parts are three causes of imperfect fitment between inverter and chassis.

Of the reasons listed here, damage to the inverter chassis is the least likely cause of imperfect part fitment. Nevertheless, when it comes to part fitment, it’s important to handle and maintain the chassis as carefully as the modular inverters it houses.

4. Inexperienced Maintenance

Routine maintenance on an inverter should be performed according to the owner’s manual. If the inverter needs a repair, a professional should do the job. Amateurly disassembling and reassembling an inverter for maintenance or repair is a common reason for imperfect part fitment. Using an inverter repair specialist is an easy way to avoid the problem.

Looking for Modular Inverters?

If so, Exeltech is a great place to find what you need. We offer industrial grade inverters that come with highly descriptive owner’s manuals, product certifications that meet legal requirements and/or offer value-added performance, and we manufacture custom equipment when one of our stock models doesn’t meet a customer’s precise needs.

To learn more about our modular inverters or to place an order, please call us today at 800-886-4683, or send us an email through our contact form. We look forward to assisting you!