IEC and NEMA motors are designed and built based on standard from different organizations but are intended for the same purposes. NEMA, the national Electrical Manufacturers Association, is the industry authority on electrical equipment manufacturing in the USA.

On the other hand, international standards are established by IEC, the International Electrotechnical Commission. One of the main differences between both organizations is the IEC uses the Metric System of Measurement, While NEMA standards are based on the  Imperial system.

        If you have a machine manufactured overseas of all likelihood you have multiple types of  IEC (metric) motors. Ace electric motor has team well trained with foreign motors. Metric motors available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. But why stop there, we offer training that will improve  your knowledge on metric motors.

We have in our inventory direct drop in replacements for metric motors and gearboxes for..

* Lafert

* Motovario

* Baldor

* Semens

* Brook Crompton

* Leeson

* Weg

 * Marathon

* Sew


* Bonfiglioli

Our inventory is available to you 24 hours a day and 7 days a week for all of you emergency needs.