Rotamec’s field service teams are multi-skilled and equipped with test and diagnostic equipment to help customers carry out fault-finding tasks. (photo: )
Rotamec’s field service teams are multi-skilled and equipped with test and diagnostic equipment to help customers carry out fault-finding tasks.
03.04.2019, 13:06

A Complete Engineering and Repair Service

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Turnkey engineered products supplier Rotamec is committed to delivering a comprehensive round-the-clock AC and DC motor and bearing repair service from its locations in Cheddar (South Wales), Exeter and Redditch.


Founded in 2000, the company has expanded steadily from an industrial and automotive motor rewind and repair company to incorporate gearboxes, pumps and drives.


Rotamec has also added onsite maintenance, diagnosis and reverse engineering of parts that are no longer available to its services offering - with field service teams supplementing core competencies in electromechanical engineering with health and safety training accredited by the Prefabricated Access Suppliers’ and Manufacturers’ Association (PASMA) and Slinger (for Signaller/Banksman courses).



Simon Brooks, Rotamec managing director, explains:

"We pride ourselves on the quality of service we deliver to a wide range of demanding industry sectors. This is made possible by our in-house machining facilities and workshops that can rewind motors, repair gearboxes as well as refurbish pumps and fans. Coupled with our extensive stock-holding of electric motors and drives, we offer round-the-clock support that keeps downtime to a minimum.


"We aim to provide comprehensive engineering solutions that minimise downtime. If our customers are working through the night, they expect us to do the same. Some cannot wait until Monday morning to get their motor repaired or replaced, so we go the extra mile and make sure that the equipment is back up and running as quickly as possible."


The company also operates an in-house CAD studio which can quickly produce drawings that are typically required when replacing legacy machinery.


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