ON-SITE SERVICE
DEPARTMENT

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ON-SITE SERVICE DEPARTMENT

Site Services Include:

  • On site problem solving –System Solutions

  • Removal, Installation and Commissioning of motors and equipment

  • Removal of white metal bearings for repairs or remetalling

  • Laser Alignment

  • Electrical and Mechanical Repairs

  • On site Power Quality Analysis

  • Dynamic Trim balancing

  • Replacement of brushes on DC & Slipring motors

  • Checking of brush gear –Neutral Point

  • Undercut & Bevel Commutator

  • Thermography

  • Tribology

Mechanical Testing:
  • Bearing Temperature measurement

  • Vibration Analysis

Electrical Testing:
  • Insulation Resistance (Megger) and Polarization Index (P.I.)

  • Winding Resistance

  • Interturn Test

  • Tan Delta Testing and monitoring

The aim of our service is to provide you with an understanding of the operation conditions of your electrical machinery.To reduce the cost of planned maintenance and reduce the cost of unplanned maintenance and prolong the operating life of your electrical machinery therefore increasing plant availability, productivity and profitability.

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Transformer On-Site Service & Testing

  • Replace Gaskets

  • Repair Oil Leaks

  • Purify Oil

  • Limited Modifications

  • Oil Sampling

  • Ratio Test

  • Megger Test

  • Resistance Test

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On-Site Oil Purification

  • Purification system designed for use with all lubricating oils.

Features:

  • Rapid removal of all water, gasses and acids

  • High efficiency demulsifying properties

 

Principles of Operation

  • Wet or emulsified oil is drawn into the System under vacuum.

  • The first chamber is a quiet zone; leading to thermostat controlled heaters and from there, into the vacuum seperator under negative pressure, low humidity conditions.

  • This provides the ideal environment to quickly and effectively evaporate dissolved water and gasses.

  • All vapours and gasses enter into the chiller / condensation unit and are released into the water receiver.

  • Cleaner, dryer oil is passed back to the oil tank.

  • Dependent on volume of water contamination, multiple passes will be required to achieve target dehydration levels.