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Dallas-based Shermco Industries, a provider of rotating apparatus and electrical power system testing, is now making a vast inventory of generator parts available to the wind industry.

Shermco stocks replacements for all major wind generators from makers including ABB, VEM, Gamesa and Leroy-Somer.

"Finding a replacement for wind generator parts isn't always easy and can take time to locate," says Scott Meador, vice president of Shermco Industries. "We now stock hundreds of spare parts from the industry's top quality brands to ensure that technicians can repair equipment quickly and effectively."

For more information, visit shermco.com.

SOURCE: Shermco Industries



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