Electric Motor Repairs and Rewinding
Electric Motor Repairs in Banbury, Oxford:
Serving Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire, Buckinghamshire & Warwickshire
Powerline Electric Motors Banbury has been established for 35 years, we have a great reputation for high-quality electric motor repairs and rewinding of electric motor pumps, electric fans, and gearboxes. We work with customers and industries in Oxfordshire and the surrounding areas; such as FMCG, Formula 1, Farming, Healthcare, Construction, Chemical, and Utilities.
All of our work is delivered to industry-leading standards as set out by the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT). The association represents companies who manufacture, distribute, install, service, maintain and repair industrial machinery technology such as electric motors, drives, pumps, fans, gearboxes, generators, transformers, switchgear and ancillary equipment. As members, Powerline agrees to uphold the association’s code of practise and work to a set of principles, qualities, and standards as outlined on the association’s website. As members, we also support the association in its activities and initiatives.
The association plays a leading role in ensuring that equipment is repaired and maintained for maximum energy efficiency and care of the environment. Powerline reuse and recycle well over 75% of materials when overhauling and refurbishing equipment, ensuring that the best use is made of the world’s limited resources of raw materials such as copper, aluminium, and steel. The process of refurbishment uses the minimum amount of energy for transportation and the manufacture of spare parts, which helps to protect the environment and often doubles the life of the equipment. As AEMT members Powerline advise on when equipment should be repaired or replaced, and whether more efficient equipment is available from the manufacturers. Search our profile page: Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (theaemt.com)
Our experienced team will take care of all your electric motor rewinding needs.