HPS was founded in 1957 and incorporated in 1978. The company has grown to become the leading electric motor sales and service organization in Western Oregon. Our mission since the founding has been to excel with service to our customers.
We have a goal to serve your needs. HPS managers and technical representatives have over 100 years of motor experience to serve you.
|Steve Skenzick, General Manager
Emergency Number 541-430-6505
42 years in the electrical field
| Dick Hutton, Tool Sales Manager
Emergency Number 541-643-6505
48 years in the Machine Shop field
Barb Smith, Inside Sales & Purchasing
Emergency Number 541-643-5720
24 years in the electrical field
|Matt Johnson, Sales / Service Representative
Emergency Number 541-430-6507
18 years in the electrical field
|Mel McGinley, Sales Representative
Emergency Number 541-729-6508
51 years in the electrical field
|Keith Schoettle, Sales Representative
Emergency Number 541-430-6508
31 years in the electrical field
|Duane King, Field Service: Cascade Consultant
Emergency Number 541-499-7855
|BJ Schriner, Accounts Payable / Accounts Receivable
Emergency Number 541-673-3162
|Sherwood Miller, Shop Foreman
Emergency Number 541-430-6509
32 years in the electrical field
Our 10,000 square feet modern repair facility has the right equipment to repair and recondition your motors.
In response to requests from many of our customers, we recently added a new 4,000 square foot warehouse to carry additional inventory needs on a timely basis in our Western Oregon market area.
We have a 6'x 7'x 8' Bake Oven, and a Water Injection Controlled Burn Off Over to prevent stator damage.
Our five ton crane and 6,000 pound balancing stand will handle 99.4% of the motor and equipment work in our service area. In our machine shop, we repair shafts and endbells in addition to doing general machine shop work.
Our testing capabilities include AC & DC Test Panels to 600 volts, a 5,000 volt surge tester, meggars, scopes, and AC-DC HiPot. We will dynamometer test to 200 H.P.
We also provide re-babbatting, rotor rebarring, and commutator turning and undercutting.
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