MEI Installs New Controller at Morson Ario
In 1988, MEI manufactured and installed a 2 stop hydraulic passenger elevator at the Morson Ario VFW Post 950 in Mankato, MN. Since then, MEI has been performing regularly scheduled preventative maintenance in order to ensure a smooth-running elevator.
In March 2020, MEI responded to a trouble call and after surveying the problem, it was found that the controller was obsolete and could not be repaired. The installation of a new VHC-102 controller was recommended, and because the Morson Ario has a long-lasting relationship with MEI and Vertitron, they trusted MEI to move forward with the repair.
MEI was able to get the new controller ordered and installed within one month. Normal turn around for a repair like this usually takes six to eight weeks. This was a huge win for both MEI and the Morson Ario, as this is the only elevator in the building, and it gets used frequently. After all was said and done, the customer was extremely happy with the quick response time and continues to count on MEI for all of their service and repair needs.
The MEI team that worked on this project consisted of: Account Manager Kirk Yungerberg, Field Superintendent Rick LaRock, Mechanic Mike Anderson and Apprentice Andy MacGregor.
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