Turbiville Electric was started in 1952 by Albert and Alice Turbiville to serve industrial and agricultural customers with electric motor repair. The business has grown over the years with several building additions and by expanding into the property next door. Paul Turbiville worked in the shop and at other motor shops, and after receiving his mechanical engineering degree in 1981 the business was passed on to him.
Since 1981 we have expanded in size, sales lines and repair capabilities:
Then (1981): 2,570 sq ft with Single Truck parking
Now: 6,700 sq ft plus 1,600 sq ft enclosed unheated storage. Large fenced parking and
outdoor storage/working space
Then (1981): up to 75hp new motor capability & up to 200hp rewind size
Now: unlimited sizes and types & rewinds of 400hp+
Then (1981): Minimal Controls Work
Now: Extensive Controls inventory, knowledge, and experience. 25+ years of experience
with PLC programming
Then (1981): All done by hand
Now: up to "D" size CAD diagrams from our plotter
Then (1981): DC-generator sets
Now: 30+ years of VFD application experience
Then (1981): No repair on welding equipment
Now: Factory trained technicians and authorized service
Then (1981): No sales
Now: Full Winco Generators sales and service
Then (1981): 4-ton press, labor intensive winding removal, manual parts cleaning
Now: 50-ton press capability, controlled-temperature burn-off oven, Automatic
Through the years Turbiville Electric has changed, but Paul and Ann Turbiville have kept the commitment to serve their customers, provide for their employees and give back to the larger community they serve.
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