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Webinar: Meet Increased Efficiency Demands by Choosing the Right Gearmotor

  • Webinar by: Plant Services Magazine - Sponsored by Baldor
  • July 24, 2014
  • 1 p.m. CT (2 p.m. ET)
  • Register Here
  • Presented by Baldor’s Chad Brown
  • Co-Presented by Baldor's Kay Cabaniss

Rising energy costs are driving the demand for improved process efficiencies in all industries. Gearmotors rated below 75Hp are used in a variety of applications and represent a tremendous opportunity for global energy savings. Understanding the different types and efficiencies of gearmotors is critical to making the best selection for a particular application. This session explores the different gearmotor types, discusses the advantages and efficiencies of each, and shows how to make the best gearmotor selection based on energy savings and application demands.

Chad Brown
Product Manager
Baldor Electric Company

Chad Brown has held various positions in the Small AC motor group and Gearing group since joining Baldor in 2003. His current position is Product Manager for QUANTIS® and TIGEAR-2® gearing product lines. Prior to joining Baldor, Chad worked in the steel industry for 8 years. He has a BSME from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and an MBA from Clemson University.

Kay Cabaniss
Industry Business Manager, Energy Efficiency Team
Baldor Electric Company

Kay Cabaniss has over 24 years of experience in the motor and mechanical power transmission industry. Over the years, Kay has served in different marketing and sales roles within the company. For the past 4 years, she has held the role of Industry Business Manager for the Food, Beverage and Pharmaceutical industry. In this role, she is responsible for directing a team of Account Managers and Engineers to gain specification for Baldor products at key user accounts. Kay has recently been named the Industry Business Manager for the newly formed Energy Efficiency team. In this role, Kay will be responsible for building and leading a team to drive accelerated growth of ABB, Baldor, and Dodge products by providing energy savings and lower total cost of ownership to our customers.