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  • Writer's pictureSteve Ormondroyd

Pushing the boat out with an alternator stator repair

The stator after repair
After: The stator following repair.
The stator before repair in our workshop
Before: The stator as it arrived.

Although we are renowned for rewinding electric motors, our work often extends beyond that. For example, we recently rewound an alternator stator which had failed. It came from a small boat and was driven by the boat’s engine.

Unfortunately, because of a seal leak on a coolant pump, the alternator suffered water ingress which caused the windings to blow to earth.

As our pictures, above, show, it's now back to as-new condition. We have also just completed the urgent rewind of a three-phase brake which is mounted to a large overhead crane.

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