Q: What is the specific interaction between the equipment footprint, the voltage rating, and the horsepower rating? A: Torque output drives the motor footprint. Here’s a common example: a 100 HP large motor rated for 1,800 RPM produces 300 pound-feet of torque. When the speed rating is changed to 300 RPM with the same 100 HP motor, almost 1,800 pound-feet of torque is produced. Additional mechanical structure must be added to take the added mechanical load. Q: Are there any concluding remarks regarding medium motor repair? A: The recommended course of action to ensure to a long-lasting motor involves routine inspections, regular cleaning, vibration monitoring, and electrical testing.