AEGIS® Ring Installation with Conductive Epoxy

This video shows everything you need to install  AEGIS Shaft Grounding Rings with conductive epoxy.

How to install AEGIS Rings with Conductive Epoxy

(Only 4 minutes long!)


Below are the steps and instructions found in the video. 
  1. List of tools and supplies needed
  2.  Personal Protective Equipment
  3.  Where to install - DE (all motors) and NDE (TEFC motors)
  4.  Removing the paint from the motors end bracket
  5.  Clean the motor's shaft to bare metal where the AEGIS Ring fibers touch.
  6.  Apply AEGIS Colloidal Silver Shaft Coating (CS015) to the motor's shaft.
  7.  Use only AEGIS Conductive Epoxy - (EP2400) - Tested and proven
  8.  Mix even amounts of the EP2400 thoroughly - MIX WELL
  9.  Apply the mixed epoxy to the metal back of the AEGIS Ring
  10.  Install the AEGIS Ring to the motor's end bracket - metal-to-metal contact!
  11.  Make sure the AEGIS ring is centered around the shaft - look for an even gap all around the ring near the shaft.
  12. Use a Heat gun to cure the EP2400 conductive epoxy - approximately 5 minutes - cures in about 30 minutes!


AEGIS Rings offer a 2-year extended warranty against bearing fluting damage, in or out of hazardous locations.  No other shaft grounding device manufacturer offers a warranty like this.

2-Year Extended Warranty


To learn more about AEGIS shaft grounding and best practices for electrical bearing protection, sign up for a training.  We offer monthly live training webinars, and we can also visit your facility to review your exact application.

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