ZHUHONGH Leading Electric Motor Manufacturer In China
Zhuhong Electromechanical Co.,Ltd. is a pioneer in manufacturing electric motors in China since 2005. We have a wide range of clients from all over the world stretching from the UK to South America, Southeast Asia, Europe, Middle East, and the African continent.
With a combined annual revenue of over $8 Million.
We have over 10 production lines and three installation workshop Quality and service are the foundation of our company's development.
To understand clearly well how an asynchronous motor manufacturing factory works, you need to decode the different zones and stages of production of our establishment. Come, let us take you on a factory tour.
Raw Material Warehouse
The first part of the motor manufacturing factory is where the raw materials for building industrial-grade motors are stored. Once the raw materials are received from sellers, our special team of executives conduct a thorough inspection of their quality. Quality Control worker will further acquire random samples of the raw materials to conduct random inspections every week in order to maintain optimum use and storage of raw materials. They are then used after certifying quality and grade before getting.
The process of stamping, pressing, or metalworking comes next where raw materials are added to the stamping press to create molds or shapes. This may include blanking, embossing, flanging, bending, or coining depending on the motor being produced. Here, up to 315 tons of weight are processed periodically with up to 20 stamping machines. This ensures high-quality of the steel sheeting being produced for industrial-grade motors.
A rotor is typically an item that’s added to the motor shaft and situated inside the stator with a gap existing between both. This mainly comprises high-quality electromagnets to complete the inspection. It’s created by making the frame, followed by coiling, commutator, holder, and adding final touches to the motor manufacturing. In MingGe Rotor Workshop, we use up to 15 Computer Numerical Control (CNC) lathes leading to the production of 15,000 rotors per month. To manufacture a motor, rotor assembly is sent to.
MINGGE Motors has a CNC vertical lathe producing machine case that includes a one-time forming. It’s directly used for heightening the concentricity in a professional setup. Truth be told, our workshop staff have individual experience of over 8 years and are capable of executing sophisticated works easily.
This is where all the embedding processes take place. At MINGGE, our automatic wire insertion completes one stator between rotors in under one minute. We are proud to declare that our employees have experience of working in the embedding workshop for over a decade.
Insulation dipping treatment at MINGGE has state of the art functionalities. Typically, the equipment is completely immersed and soaked in a sealed container for vacuuming. Here, a class F insulating varnish is used for every batch and they’re soaked for 12 hours. Such a mechanism is the reason for the global-grade F-Class insulation standard for all motors produced by MINGGE.
All the assembling and installation work of the motor is completed with machines and hand at this workshop for MINGGE products. With over three installation workshops, our facility houses over five assembly lines for matching the installation of varied-size Motor.
This is where the final motor undergoes packaging no matter what transit entails it in the future. Every product is individually packed in a honeycomb box and twice over the packing belt before proceeding to the plastic wrap. It is then fixed in four directions so that the motor can end up reaching your hands with utmost safety.In addition, we also adhere to European standards for shipping packaging so you can be sure your wholesale purchases are safe and sound till it reaches your doors.
Quality Control & Inspection
A unique system where the rotary values that are functional are inspected to remove chances of rotary valve scraping and other failure rates. That’s the general rotor detection system but at MINGGE, we engage in a dynamic balance testing process for every rotor that’s produced in-house. The chief goal of such a dynamic rotor balancing process is to eliminate the trembling found on the drive shaft. Such an inspection ensures long lifespan of the motor and ensures high-stability of the Motor.
Stator Surge Tests
Stator surge test in motor manufacturing refers to the detection of failure or fault rates by analyzing a spike in the resonant frequency. This test can be conducted on the winding of the motor sans making a connection on the motor. Such a test assesses the voltage pulse between the three winding of the motor by connecting it to the load side of the motor. This is an important QC test because they’re the standalone tests for detecting weaknesses in turn-to-turn isolation. It can help prevent winding failures, phase-to-phase weakness, high partial discharge, wrong turn count, wrong coil, wrong gauge wire.
No-load Current Detection
With the Test Bench test, the insulation tester resistance is assessed to check the capacity and stability of the electrical insulation. The insulation resistance is known to depreciate over time and environmental conditions such as dust and humidity. Our QC personnel use no-load current for enhancing the winding resistance, thereby improving the Test Bench value.
For motors made from steel and plastic, the housing is testable via a test called accumulation test detection. First, the housing is emptied properly with a forming gas as tracer gas or helium at 5 bar and finally, sealed. The housing that’s filled gets placed in the accumulation chamber and further monitored by an AQ Leak Detector equipment. The same process with sufficient improvisations can be used for detecting vacuum leaks too.