Headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta, TECO-Westinghouse is a leading supplier of electric motors and controls for the utility, manufacturing, and natural resource industries. Founded in 1888 by George Westinghouse, the brand has a long history of delivering high-quality DC Motor lines and now is a market leader in Canada for electric motor and control design and supply.
TECO-Westinghouse’s manufacturing facilities are located in Taiwan, China, and Malaysia. With a global network of manufacturing bases, TECO-Westinghouse is well-positioned to offer innovative product solutions, exceptional engineering and manufacturing resources, and unparalleled service.
TECO-Westinghouse has always prioritized quality, and their products exceed international industrial standards. With over 100 years of experience and a diverse product range for various applications, TECO-Westinghouse is the preferred source for electric motors, controls, and accessories.
Formerly referred to as Baldor Electric Company, the US Motor Business Unit of ABB currently produces electrical motors for an array of industries under the brands Baldor-Reliance, Dodge, and ABB. Having joined the ABB group in 2011, Baldor Electric Company officially merged with ABB in March 2018. Following the rebrand, the organization now operates in the market under the name ABB Motor and Mechanical (Canada) Inc.
Catering to industries spanning from aggregate & cement to mining and water & wastewater, Baldor-Reliance manufactures its products in several locations, including the US, Canada, England, Mexico, and China. Although their headquarters are situated in Fort Smith, Arkansas, they offer technical support and distribution centers throughout Canada.
Universal Rewind takes great pride in offering the esteemed Baldor brand as part of its product range. With their reputation for quality, Baldor’s motors are a popular choice across various sectors.
Lafert North America
Lafert North America boasts an impressive selection of quality products, backed by exceptional service. One of their specialties is replacing foreign motors that are costly to repair and hard to find.
Since 1989, Lafert North America has been distributing Italian-made IEC metric motors and accessories. Their vast inventory of electric motors and accessories offers a replacement option for foreign motors that can be expensive to repair or challenging to locate.
With headquarters based in Mississauga, ON, Lafert operates out of two Canadian and six American warehouses, providing swift access to their exceptional Italian products.
Brook Crompton is a prominent brand in Canada, with distribution centers in Toronto, Ontario. The brand was founded in the United Kingdom over 60 years ago. They offer farming motors, NEMA explosion-proof, brake motors, IEEE841, IEC, and general-purpose AC motors.
Brook Crompton was founded in 1960 and has a long history in the global industrial market, selling within Canada for over 50 years. The first North American distribution center was in Toronto, Ontario. They have a rich history, originating from the merger of several renowned UK motor companies, including Brook Motors and Crompton Parkinson. Their history dates back as far as 1878, making Brook Crompton a pioneer in industrial electric motors. Their motors are used in various industries such as mining, water treatment, and manufacturing; powering equipment like fans, pumps, and conveyors.
Nidec Motor Corporation is a Japanese manufacturer that produces electric motors designed for small appliances to large manufacturing equipment. What started as a four-man team in a shed in 1973, NMC has grown into a global operation with over 140,000 employees working out of 40 countries, including manufacturing plants in countries throughout Asia and in Mexico.
Nidec specializes in motor and motor control technologies, serving a diverse range of industries from power generation to agriculture and water treatment. Their products span from the small motors used in hand-held devices to large motors utilized in commercial, industrial, and mining equipment. They’re renowned as the top supplier of efficient brushless DC motors.
Innovation drives Nidec’s momentum, as they’re continually working towards developing “lighter, thinner, shorter, smaller” motors with the output needed. They’re dedicated to building “motors for a brighter future,” focusing on electric vehicles and smart mobility, energy-efficient home appliances, robots and machines, and agriculture and logistics.
Nidec values the culture of the company they work with, as well as the quality of their products. They support the communities they operate in and are committed to promoting diversity and inclusion at all levels of their workforce.
In 1972, Leeson Electric Corp was founded, and two years later, it began manufacturing electric motors. The company joined the Regal-Beloit Corporation’s group of companies in 2000. Under the Regal umbrella, Leeson produces thousands of products, ranging from AC and DC motors to motor controls.
Leeson is the go-to brand when you require a motor for extreme conditions or unique mounting locations, or if you need significant customization. The company’s motors are currently used in a wide range of industries, from agriculture to oil and gas and more.
WEG, a Brazilian company that operates worldwide, produces electric motors, generators, transformers, and drives. The company was founded in 1961 by Werner Ricardo Voigt, Eggon João da Silva, and Geraldo Werninghaus as Eletromotores Jaraguá.
After changing its name to honor the three founders, WEG has become one of the world’s largest manufacturers of electric motors and controls. Their headquarters are located in Duluth, Georgia, and the company operates seven distribution centers throughout Canada and the United States.
WEG’s commitment to growth, innovation, and teamwork has driven their success, with the company now producing over 21 million individual items annually. Their state-of-the-art facilities and innovative processes enable them to continuously develop and improve their industrial electrical solutions.
Max Motion is a brand owned by MEP, which specializes in a range of electric motors. MEP has been in operation since 1982 and is known for being a trusted source of electric motors and controls for a range of industries.
They have offices and warehouses located in three locations in Canada, including Montreal, Toronto, and Edmonton. Along with other brands, Max Motion is part of the MEP family.
MEP works with customers in a variety of industries, including agriculture and mining, and their focus is always on their customers’ growth. The company’s core values are integrity, transparency, and quality. Innovation and development are the key drivers as MEP looks to the future.
WorldWide Electric Corporation is headquartered in Rochester, NY, and is the largest manufacturer and importer of electric motors, motor controls, and speed reducers in the United States. They have been in operation since 1998 and have recently added custom specialty motors to their product offerings.
Their dependable products are used in a variety of industries, including agriculture, food production, construction, and oil & gas. WorldWide Electric’s primary focus is to help its customers remain competitive in their respective industries.
AEGIS Shaft Grounding Ring technology, developed and manufactured by Electro Static Technology (EST), an ITW Company based in Maine, USA, is the only technology that combines both contact and non-contact nanogap technology to protect bearings from electrical discharges that cause damage like pitting, frosting, and fluting.
EST has been around since the early 1980s, initially focusing on antistatic technologies for the printer industry. After being acquired by Illinois Tool Works (ITW) in 1999, EST continued its work in electrostatics and introduced AEGIS Shaft Grounding Rings in 2005.
Electric charges on rotating components have been causing bearing damage in electric motors, particularly since the introduction of Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs). To mitigate this damage, EST has been a leader in technological advances. Their proprietary technology uses conductive microfibers inside the AEGIS Grounding Rings to divert the motor’s shaft current to the ground, reducing damage caused by harmful voltages and increasing motor life.
Browning Manufacturing Company, now a part of the Regal Beloit Corporation, offers a wide range of off-the-shelf gears including spur, miter, and bevel gears, as well as change gears.
Originally founded in 1886 as Ohio Valley Pulley Works, Browning has become a leading supplier of V-belt drives, gearing, bearings, couplings, and other drive components to industries such as agriculture and material handling. Browning operates from its headquarters in Beloit, Wisconsin, with manufacturing facilities located throughout North America, Latin America, Europe, and Asia, providing customers with the products they need in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Kuma Worm Gear Reducers are manufactured under the NIDEC-SHIMPO group of companies, a company at the forefront of gearing technology development. Their products are designed and manufactured for OEM customers.
Due to their durability, the Kuma right-angle gearboxes are a perfect fit for heavy industrial applications and extreme environments. They’re manufactured and inspected with the most modern equipment and procedures.
FAG is renowned as the inventor of the groundbreaking ball grinding machine that is regarded as the foundation of the entire rolling bearing industry.
In Germany in 1883, Friedrich Fischer invented a mill that could produce complete spherical steel balls in large volumes. This innovation is the historical beginning of the roller-bearing industry. By 1905, FAG became a registered trademark and was eventually acquired by Schaeffler in 2001. FAG bearings are the pioneer of rolling bearing technology and continue to work towards new advances in bearing technology.
Schaeffler is a German company that manufactures rolling element bearings for automotive, aerospace, and industrial applications. Their split spherical roller bearings have helped to reduce downtime and increase productivity.
We take pride in being an authorized distributor of Nord DriveSystems. Nord DriveSystems has been renowned for its rigorous engineering focus, category-defining innovation, and constant improvement since 1986.
Headquartered in Germany, Nord DriveSystems has a presence across the globe through subsidiaries and partners. They have seven production locations that cater to over 100 branches of industries. The company is known for its industrial gear units that are engineered to provide high output torque, quiet operation, and a long service life rating. They are also recognized for their UNICASE-housed gear motors.
All orders are custom-built and shipped from Toronto, Canada. If you require a direct replacement, please submit a picture of the nameplate on the form below. Delivery times may vary from several days to several weeks, depending on the order. We also offer rush charges for assembly and shipping to meet urgent requirements.
Grove Gear has a long history of providing high-quality and dependable gear reducers for a range of industries, from food and beverage to material handling and beyond.
Their comprehensive product line includes single-reduction worm gear reducers, inline helical gear reducers, right-angle helical worm gear reducers, and quintuple-reduction helical-bevel reducers.
Grove Gear has maintained its leadership position in the gear reducer industry through a commitment to quality, innovation, and customer service. Their products are designed to be durable, efficient, and easy to install and maintain. Additionally, Grove Gear offers custom solutions for unique applications and specialized industries.
Today, Grove Gear is part of the Regal Beloit Corporation, a global leader in power transmission and motion control solutions. With a state-of-the-art facility and a team of experienced engineers and technicians, Grove Gear is well-equipped to meet the gear reducer needs of customers around the world.