There are typically four steps to this process, though specific methods may vary: collecting the winding information on data sheets; performing core loss testing; removing the old winding; and cleaning the stator core in preparation for rewinding.

In our workshop, replicating the original winding configuration—with coil extensions kept as brief as is practicable and the same length of overhang—is the best method to maintain energy efficiency of the motor.

However, a well skilled labor will be able to choose a different style of winding wire to match the motor’s original performance. The copper wire and leads are reattached using the original connections after the winding has been installed. We will then carry out a series of tests before re-assembling the motor.


Rewindable of submersible & horizontal motors