Over the years
many static and rotary converters were designed, built and installed in
the Martindale community. As the electric motor sales and service business
grew and expanded beyond a two-car garage so the need for converters increased.
As this growth unfolded, two sons, Marvin and David, entered the business,
in 1982 after the death of Mr. Witmer, the brothers saw a need to establish
a line of converters for off-the-shelf sales to supply the ever-growing
demand of the rural industry. That day WMS Rotary Phase Converters was
Drawing from years of experience in sizing, designing, and building custom
units this new stock line came naturally to the Witmers. Early in 2001
WMS began marketing their phase converters under the new Maxiphase trade
name. WMS continues to supply alternative three phase power across the
nation. Units are heavy duty, dependable and competitively priced.
WMS continues to be a family owned and operated business. The Witmer family
today is grateful to God for the heritage of diligence, initiative and
Christian faith which enabled Mr. Witmer to establish this business. This
heritage lives today as WMS continues to provide alternative three phase
power for America's rural industries.
We at WMS say "thank you" to our many valued customers who have
chosen our products. We are committed to "excellence in our products",
"promptness in our service" and "courtesy in our relationships".
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