Rotamec delivers 24/7 service for motors and drivelines

Modern industry relies on a wide variety of electric motors, drives, gearboxes and pumps to work around the clock to deliver goods and services for the customer. Keeping all this machinery operational is vital for productivity and Rotamec Engineering Solutions aims to deliver a complete engineering and repair service that is available every hour of every day.

Founded in 2000, Rotamec has steadily grown from a rewind and repair company to incorporate gearboxes, pumps and drives. Over the years, the company has increased its experienced workforce and can help with onsite maintenance and diagnosis as well as reverse engineering of parts that are no longer available.

Simon Brooks, Managing Director of Rotamec, 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.”

Rotamec’s field service teams are multi-skilled and equipped with test and diagnostic equipment to help customers carry out fault-finding tasks. Their electrical and mechanical skills are supported by other competencies such as PASMA, confined space training and slinger banksman qualifications to ensure all work is completed quickly and safely.

The experienced engineers also have the support of the in-house CAD office, which can quickly produce drawings for reverse engineering projects amongst others. This is especially important when replacing legacy equipment with more efficient, modern machinery, ensuring that the new equipment is properly aligned and connected to the rest of the plant.

Rotamec’s ability to deliver a complete service is achieved through engineering knowledge and a large stock-holding of transmission components, electric motors and drives, which can be purchased off-the-shelf. In this way, customers receive the most cost-effective and time efficient resolution according to their specific application.

Simon concludes: “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.”

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