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Stator Rewinds: When Things Get Tight

Encore presentation

Event date: 3/13/2024 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Central

Sponsored by Elantas PDG, Inc.

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Elantas PDG, Inc. logoPresented by Mike Howell, PE
EASA Technical Support Specialist

Note: This presentation is an update to the webinar originally presented June 2015.

When preparing to rewind random or form-wound status, sometimes there just doesn’t seem to be enough room in the stator slot for the desired conductor area and insulation quantities. Common scenarios encountered are: 

  • Redesigns from concentric to lap 
  • Changes to higher voltages 
  • Newer designs from the OEM 

This webinar will look at balancing stator copper losses against insulation reliability and is intended for technicians and engineers working with stator rewinds. 

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