If a vibratory drive needs repair, we're ready and able to help. Most of the vibratory equipment OEMs and motor repair shops are not trained to repair vibratory motors which, unlike balanced induction motors, are specifically designed to generate vibration and built to withstand the loads imposed. We recommend that all vibratory motors be returned to the actual vibrator manufacturer or to a repair facility that specializes in vibrator repair, like our Malvern, PA Service Center. Attempting to repair vibratory motors in-house or by a non-qualified repair shop will lead to vibratory motors that are not performing to specifications or failing prematurely, and will, in most cases, void the manufacturer's warranty. Qualified Service Centers use only genuine replacement parts, including bearings and specially formulated grease.