Megger Baker Motor Testing

TRS executes Static Motor Testing (SMT) using the Megger Baker Unit, whilst the motor is offline.

The Baker Testing unit performs repeatable, user-programmable tests to thoroughly assess the strength of the motors insulation. The ability to apply identical tests to the motor over an extended period allows trends to be analysed, revealing the degradation of insulation over the motors complete lifetime.

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Case Study: Static Motor Testing Using the Megger Baker AWA

A Marine Client runs two vessels travelling between Australia and New Zealand that transports cargo and cattle. The crossing runs six days a week conducting regular condition monitoring tests to help avoid very costly service outage.

Our skilled team of highly trained service personnel across seven different workshop locations around New Zealand are equipped to carry out authentic, reliable testing. We understand the importance of a well-functioning plant running at optimal production levels.
 
Get in touch with our team today to find out more about how Static Motor Testing could benefit your organisation.

Complete Lifetime Solutions

Our ability to provide complete lifetime solutions for our clients make us unique in the marketplace. We do this by conducting comprehensive electrical and mechanical condition monitoring, rigging, removal, workshop or onsite repairs and maintenance, and re-installation and alignment of equipment. By offering these services, TRS® can handle the entire lifecycle of our clients’ rotating machinery, from installation to eventual replacement.

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It doesn’t matter where you are, call this number 0800 487 463 and you will be greeted by our experience customer service team who has years of experience in helping customers get what they need.  Call in to our service centres or use our online form to enquire about services or order products.

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