To assume the responsibility to carry out all the activities associated with medium voltage electric motor rewinding.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Inspect and check documentation and verify job number matches the allocated motors or components and transfer to the designated work area operating forklifts, overhead cranes and other handling equipment.
Inspect the insulation and coil design and measure and record all the required dimensional information of the stator such as coil overhang, connection details etc on the appropriate documents.
Cross reference with the relevant OEM specifications and liaise with relevant departments to confirm the required pre manufactured coils and insulation are either in stock or are have been ordered accordingly.
Inspect stator after burn off, stripping and cleaning cycle particularly stator lamination for any hot spots, burned areas or fused plates and mark, record and report findings to electrical supervisor.
Select the appropriate pre manufactured coils and insulation materials and install into the stator slots in the approved OEM sequence and wedge down with additional insulation as and when required.
Cut, bend, stagger, connect and high frequency weld all coil tails to form a neat and the compact coil head as per approved OEM specifications and tolerances and connect and solder the lead wires for the terminal box.
Test the windings for motor house clearances, grounds and short circuits using the appropriate tooling and test equipment to test insulation and resistance in line with ISO and OEM process and procedures.
Prepare the rewound and tested stator for VPI varnish impregnation in the VPI tank and cure in the curing oven in line with ISO and OEM specifications, process and procedures.
Ensure that all related paperwork, checklists and reports are accurately completed and submitted and comply with all company QHSE, equipment, tooling and housekeeping policies, practices and procedures.
Contribute to the team ethic and perform other reasonable duties as required in support of the business and maybe required to work off site in support of business activities.
SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS
Time served in a mechanical / electrical engineering discipline with a minimum of 5 years experience in an internationally recognised electric motor service / repair company with a full working knowledge of medium voltage rewinding equipment, processes, techniques and certificated to operate overhead cranes andforklifts.
English verbal and written communication, interpersonal, organisational and time management skills with a proactive and flexible can do attitude and approach to work, hours and location.
Must be able to work and perform under own initiative and have a full working knowledge of electrical workshop procedures and activities.
Attentive to detail and have a full understanding of ISO / OEM standards and the ability to read and understand process / procedure documents and technical drawings.
Must be familiar in the use of an extensive range of hand tools, precision measuring and testing equipment and in burn off and curing processes.
Demonstrate proven ability, knowledge and experience to interact readily across different departments within a multi cultural and multi functional environment.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work of the assigned job holder. However they are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills as all personnel are required to perform other reasonable duties outside of their normal responsibilities in support of the company