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Electrical Rewind

Skills and Experience

 
 
Drawing upon over a century of technical experience, electrical rewind capability can reproduce Original Equipment requirements ranging from vintage classics to current electric vehicles. Processes and specifications are maintained through a comprehensive engineering management system to ensure consistent high performance and reliability.
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Skills and Experience

Broad Range of Applications

Electric machines are used in many different applications, however the key principles of electrical rewinding remain the same. This means that we can rewind virtually any type of electric machine found in almost any type of equipment or environment.
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Broad Range of Applications

Extensive reconstruction

Where special motors or generators are encountered that have no spares support or are obsolete, we can undertake a remanufacture that involves extensive reconstruction including shaft reproduction, lamination cutting, welding, commutator replacement. In fact we can completely reverse engineer a rotor or stator to match the original specifications and produce in small batches for special defence or industrial applications.
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Extensive reconstruction

Bespoke Coil Winding

Carwood Rewind can replicate Original Equipment windings with the equivalent modern materials and combines traditional processes with contemporary technology to ensure a product that will meet or exceed the required specification. Bespoke coil production is possible where enhanced performance and reliability is demanded due to field experience lessons or evolving duty characteristics.

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Bespoke Coil Winding

Balancing

Performance, reliability and lifespan of rotating coil assemblies is dependent on correct dynamic balancing. Carwood Rewind ensures balance specifications meet or exceed those of the original manufacturer.

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Balancing

Surge and Core Loss Testing

Electric components can demonstrate “Hot Spot” phenomenon when under sudden load or electrical tension, our surge testing equipment can find issues that would otherwise be undetectable.
 
Another phenomenon in electrical rotating assemblies and stacked laminations is “Core Loss” where field pattern anomalies can be very detrimental to performance and lead to overheating and failure. Our assemblies are tested for core loss characteristics against known parameters to ensure consistent and reliable performance.
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Surge and Core Loss Testing