Services

AC motor winding and
rewinding

An induction motor or asynchronous motor is an AC electric motor in which the electric current in the rotor needed to produce torque is obtained by electromagnetic induction from the magnetic field of the stator winding. An induction motor can therefore be made without electrical connections to the rotor

Winding Capacity – (5 HP TO 750 HP Motors)

DC motor winding and
rewinding

The field winding of DC motor is made with field coils (copper wire) wound over the slots of the pole shoes in such a manner that when field current flows through it, then adjacent poles have opposite polarity are produced

Alternators winding and
rewinding

The machine stator comprises low-loss steel laminations, assembled under pressure. The steel laminations are blocked axially by a welded ring. The stator coils are inserted and blocked in the slots, then impregnated with varnish, and polymerised to ensure maximum resistance to mould, excellent dielectric rigidity and perfect mechanical linking.

Winding Capacity – (5 kVA to 2250 kVA)

Armatures (rotor) winding, rewinding, balancing

The winding is placed around the pole and is impregnated with epoxy resin (class F machine insulation) or with varnish (class H machine insulation). The winding is made of insulated flattened copper with high electrical conductivity.

Capacity – 5 kVA to 2500 kVA

Insulation kit manufacturing

Typical Applications in Motors

Nomex papers and Nomex based laminates are
used in motors as:

  • Slot liners
  • Wedges and midsticks
  • Phase insulation
  • Coil separators
  • OCP tape
  • Pole insulation

Typical Motor Equipment’s

Nomex® papers and Nomex® based laminates are
used in all types of motors, including:

AC Motors

  • AC Industrial—Class F
  • High voltage motor
  • Automotive alternator
  • auxiliary motors

DC Motors

  • Machine tool
  • DC Traction (repair)

Insulation Kit Alternator – (5 kVA to 2250 kVA)

Insulation Motor – (5HP to 750 HP)

Tig & MiG welding

TIG can be used to weld copper, titanium, even two dissimilar metals, and is handy for making tricky welds (e.g. s-curves, or welds on round things). TIG generates heat via an arc of electricity jumping from a (tungsten metal) electrode to the metal surfaces you intend to weld – usually aluminium or steel.

MIG welding is an arc welding process in which a continuous solid wire electrode is fed through a welding gun and into the weld pool, joining the two base materials together. A shielding gas is also sent through the welding gun and protects the weld pool from contamination. In fact, MIG stands for metal inert gas.

We also provide Flood Impregnation, Vacuum pressure impregnation, lathe machine services, hydraulic
pressing, painting (paint booth), brazing.

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