Electric Motor Repair & Rewind

Electric Motor Repair and Rewind

We are the only company in the Sydney Eastern Suburbs repairing and rewinding electrical motors of all sizes for industrial and marine industry. We maintain the highest safety standards and with qualified professionals.

Arcolec has decades of experience working with large-scale motors in the shipping industry, manufacturing companies, industrial and residential buildings. We have all the required certifications and accreditations of EASA and ASRG.

In House:

A fully equipped workshop with qualified personnel is our best guarantee to our clients that their equipment is in good hands. Most tasks associated with the rewinds, repairs and overhauls can be carried out right here, using the minimum possible input from outside resources to save our clients time and money.

Our services within this category are:

Our standard rewinds are Class “F”, and the insulation materials and the copper wire used, are compatible with variable speed drives application.

Standard or high voltage rewinds are done and tested in house.

Overhauls are carried out following the recommendations of “IEEE Standard for repair and rewinding of AC Electric Motors in the Petroleum, Chemical, and Process Industries”.

As per most of our customer’s request, we use only “FAG” or “SKF” bearings for our repairs.
A “Motor bearing removal for further examination & installation procedure”.

Is carried out to ISO 1940-1: 2003 (E), to satisfy the requirements of most demanding customers like the Royal Australian Navy.
Rotating equipment is dynamically balanced using twelve monthly calibrated equipment.

Twenty-four monthly “Prooftechnic” calibrated equipment is utilised to carried out laser alignments.

Qualified technicians do alignments using precut stainless steel shims.
This process extends the life of the motor bearings, reducing costs and avoiding a medium-term motor replacement.

Our equipment can determine in a few minutes the cause of the problem that may be affecting your motor, reducing hours of analysis and costs associated with future failures.

A report with recommendations is issued after every vibration analysis test.

Protection relays on generation systems circuit breakers are tested by using primary or secondly injection testing to determine if does relays operate in real life situations.
A comprehensive report is issued after a primary or secondary injection test of circuit breaker protection system relays.

The condition of electrical equipment: circuit breakers, fuses, cables, etc. Can be determined when equipment is on full load by taking thermographic pictures of the equipment that will show differences in temperatures.

After a thermographic survey, the report will show the parts of the switchboard or equipment that require attention.