Re-winding a Large Motor from a Submarine Dry Dock at Pearl Harbor

Rrebuilding a stator from a large motor.

KOFFLER technician rebuilding a stator from a large motor. Click to play video.

This shows how a large motor is re-wound, serviced, and tested. The scale, complexity, teamwork, and know-how required by the people at KOFFLER Electrical in San Leandro, CA. is amazing! Everything, from making the wire coils to the Vacuum Pressure Impregnation (VIP) process, is done at this one location.

The motor in this video is used to power a pump that removes water from a submarine dry dock facility at Pearl Harbor. Another video illustrates how the large pump impeller powered by this motor is balanced.

This movie is a good example of how web videos efficiently communicate a company’s unique capabilities to its customers and prospects. Can you imagine trying to tell this story in 5 minutes without a video?

About Michael Bukay, MS

Hello! I'm Mike Bukay, founder of Michael Bukay & Associates. Much of my career has been spent as a consultant/troubleshooter/instructor in the field of high purity industrial water treatment. During this time I have had the opportunity to work with a variety of clients including IBM, Intel, Electric Power Research Institute, Genentech, Hewlett Packard, Advanced Micro Devices, and many others. These experiences provide me with a solid foundation for the operation and maintenance requirements, and training needs, for process-critical industrial equipment. After 18 years of consulting work, I decided to follow my passion to make movies. I took classes and started making movies. Now, we produce a wide variety of videos. I love the work!
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