Motor Rewind Workshop quality scheme
- Gives your motor rewind workshop a quality advantage over competitors
- Customers have tangible proof that your service is superior
- The process of attaining certification improves how your business operates and makes it easier to train new employees
- Achieving certification can help to increase the value of your business
PROOF THAT YOUR WORK IS HIGH QUALITY
In November 2009, Telarc SAI Ltd and the Electricity Commission (now the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority EECA) launched this quality scheme to lift the standard of motor rewinding in New Zealand. Workshops certified to the Telarc Motor Rewind Workshop Quality Code:2009 have demonstrated that they have the skills, equipment and processes in place to achieve high quality rewinding of three phase induction motors.
An audit in the United States found properly rewound motors performed as efficiently as new motors, but some fell below the manufacturer’s specification because of poor workmanship.
A COMPREHENSIVE QUALITY SCHEME
The code covers people skills, equipment and process requirements, and management systems. Once you have achieved certification, you can be confident that your workshop is one of the best in New Zealand.
QUALITY ASSURANCE FOR YOUR CUSTOMERS
As a certified rewinder, you can give customers tangible evidence of your ability to provide high quality motor repairs and rewinds. You can also assure clients that the repaired or rewound motors will operate at optimum efficiency.
ADD VALUE TO YOUR BUSINESS
Achieving certification can be recognised in any future business valuation and assessment of goodwill. It could help you to sell your business for a higher price.
BACKED BY THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND CONSERVATION AUTHORITY (EECA)
The EECA is continuing to encourage the adoption of Motor Rewind Workshop Quality Code:2009 by the motor rewind industry, because it protects and maintains the electrical efficiency of the New Zealand motor stock. Through direct communications and trade magazines, the EECA has been promoting the value of the code to motor users and the identity of motor rewinders certified to the code. The EECA also provides resources for motor users to develop sound motor repair/replacement policies that incorporate the use of motor rewinders certified to the code. For more information click the link to the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority Website.
CMG Electric Motors in Auckland was the first motor rewind workshop in the country to gain certification under this quality scheme.
"The new quality code provides independent verification of workmanship standards and gives an assurance to users that their electric motor assets can operate at optimum efficiency." CMG Service Manager, David Priestley