ETS understands the Industry of Pakistan from its core and can fathom the problems faced by them. Trying to cut down costs of electrical industries we provide services of Re-Winding Heavy Motors. The rewinding process generally involves cutting the original windings out of the motor’s stator or armature and replacing them with new coils made from wire of the same basic type and gauge but it can vary greatly & become much complex than what it actually seems like.

Re-Winding these defective or poorly maintained electric motors can greatly increase energy costs, and we understand your need to run electric motors at peak performance therefore we are here to serve you.

Our engineering expertise allows ETS to rebuild and rewind all major AC/DC motors up to 5000 HP, including those from:

  • Allen-Bradley
  • Siemens
  • ABB
  • US Motors
  • Imperial Electric
  • TECO Westinghouse & more

Preventions to be taken for Motors



Developing a Preventive Maintenance Plan

This might involve scheduling regular inspections and maintenance routines for motors. Depending on how critical a motor is for the operation in a company, those inspections and maintenance routines can be very frequent, sometimes monthly or weekly. Remember, if a motor is critical for an operation, such as moving key conveyors or assembly systems, then frequent inspections are critical. Heavy-duty motors involved in operations that put motors under high amounts of strain might need to be inspected daily.

Assign a Team to Inspect & Maintain

This plays a vital role to enhance the life of the motors. Teams who work with the motors all the time and can spot problems quickly because they are familiar with the motors should pay keen importance to it. Keep in mind that lubrication needs to be checked regularly. If motors have oil reserves, these need to be checked to make sure they are topped off. On understanding a problem with the motor, experts like ETS can understand more deeply about it & resolve it

Inspect Bearings

Bearings and bearing assemblies need to be inspected as well. This is critical, because the most common cause of failure in a motor are worn bearings. Some bearing wear is simple wear and tear over time. Problems with motor bearings can come from improper lubrication, a misalignment of the motor with the load, mistakenly replacing the bearing and assembly with one that is not rated for the motor, putting an excessive load on the motor and the motor operating in harsh environments.