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OUR VISION

To be a world class and highly preferred electro-mechanical service partner in Asia

OUR MISSION
We strive to provide the highest quality of services and exceed customer satisfaction. Focus on Quality and Delivery. Efficient Processes and Procedures. Continuous development of People and Facilities. Our customers are central to everything that we do.

CORE VALUES
Competence Professionalism Teamwork Integrity Consistency

OUR OBJECTIVES
To show Newtons improvements along the years in terms of:
Quality Delivery Customer service

Technical People

To share Newtons expertise to our partners. To exchange ideas with our partners. To understand the NEEDS of our Partners.

GREAT THINGS START WITH SIMPLE BEGINNINGS

1969 NEC

2001 NCR

2003 NISSC

2005 TCGS

NEECO

Newton Engineering Corporation was founded by Engr. Joseph Tan Lee and Engr. Reynaldo Rillo. Engaged in Electro-mechanical service with major works such as Rewinding, Reconditioning, Re-design and rebuilding of Electric Motors and Generators. Organized affiliate companies and changed company names such as Newton Consolidated Resources, Newton Industrial Sales and Service Corporation and Finally Newton Electrical Equipment Co., Inc.

New leadership under Engr. Anthony Lee and international affiliation with TurboCare Generator Services.

OUR SERVICES
COMPLETE SERVICES FOR:
Turbine and Hydro Generators Diesel Generators Large AC Motors Large DC Motors Excitation System Vibration Analysis Precision Balancing Power and Distribution Transformers

OUR SERVICES
MECHANICAL SERVICES:
Manufacturing of shafts Rebarring / Restacking Manufacturing of Commutator and Collector Rings State-of-the-art Laser Alignment

OUR SERVICES
SPECIALIZED TESTING FOR:
40KV Surge Testing Power Factor and Dissipation Test Computerized Wedge Tightness Test EL-CID (Electro Magnetic Core Imperfection Detection Test) CORONA Activity Analysis (Corona Camera) Thermography ( Thermal Imaging Camera) Bore Scope Examination Transformer Oil Vacuum Purification

SPECIALIZED TESTING SERVICES

40kV Surge Testing


Checks the winding for phase symmetry and turn to turn insulation integrity

Power Factor & Dissipation Test


Non-destructive AC test to detect insulation contamination

SPECIALIZED TESTING SERVICES

Computerized Wedge Tightness Test


Wedge testing to check for looseness

EL-CID (Electro Magnetic Core Inspection Detection Test)


Measures current between laminations, high current indicates shorted lamination.

SPECIALIZED TESTING SERVICES

Corona Activity Analysis (Corona Camera)


A special camera used to check for corona activity in the stator.

Thermography (Thermal Imaging Camera)


Camera used to detect hotspots

NEWTONS ORGANIZATION CUSTOMER

CUSTOMER SERVICE
(Sales & Mktg.)

OPERATIONS Field Service Engineering Support Service Rewinding Mechanical BUSINESS SUPPORT
Quality Assurance HRAD Purchasing Warehouse Logistics Accounting

NEWTONS AFFILIATES AND MEMBERSHIP

SOME ACCOMPLISHED PROJECTS

CBK Power Co. Ltd. Rewinding of Main Stator 150MW, Hydro Generator

Luzon Hydro Rewinding of Main Stator 44MVA Generator

SOME ACCOMPLISHED PROJECTS

Toledo Power Company Rewinding of Turbine Generator Rotor

COVANTA (Quezon Power Phils.) Rewinding of Stator 2-units, 7,600HP, 3,600RPM, 13,200 Volts, SCIM

SOME ACCOMPLISHED PROJECTS

CBK Power Co. Ltd. Reconditioning of Motors 10,000HP, Pony Motor

SOME ACCOMPLISHED PROJECTS


Name of Power Plant: Carmen Diesel (Subsidiary of Toledo Power Company) Nature of Work: Rewinding of Main Stator Capacity: 1-unit, 12MW, 600RPM, 13,800RPM, Diesel Generator *************** Name of Power Plant: Energy Development Corporation Nature of Work: Rewinding of Stator Capacity: 2-units, 4,500kW, 13,800 Volts, 1,800RPM, Steam Driven Generator **************** Name of Power Plant: Masinloc Power Partners Co., Ltd. (Formerly National Power Corp.) Nature of Work: Rewinding of Stator Capacity: 1-unit, 4,850kW, 1,792RPM, 7,200 Volts, SCIM

NEWTON ENSURES QUALITY WORK

PROCESS FLOW

RECEIVING

Actions: Issuance of job order number Visual inspection Recording of nameplate details Preparation of job card
Equipment Required: Digital Camera Job Card

DISMANTLING AND INITIAL INSPECTION

Actions: Mechanical and electrical inspection No-load test if necessary Equipment Required: Dial indicator Megohmmeter Inside and outside micrometer Clamp meter Tachometer Microlog Feeler gauges High-potential tester Surge Test Thermal scanner

BURN-OUT AND STRIPPING OF WINDINGS

Action: Heating of the stator/rotor to a temperature of 300 C using a temperature controlled burn-out oven Pulling out of coils using coil puller Careful scrapping to remove insulating materials and other debris left in the slots Sandblasting was done if needed to clean the rotor/stator and to remove rusted parts Equipment Required: Burn-out oven Sandblasting equipment

CORE TESTING

Actions: Loop core testing. Newton is using the Stator Core Test Form developed by EASA which provides a step-by-step procedure for calculating the number of turns and cable size required for a loop test.

Equipment Required Thermal imaging camera

REWINDING

Operations: Redesign Rewinding of stator/rotor Wind coils Install new leads/ renew leads

Equipment Required: Winding machine High potential tester Megohmmeter Surge tester

VARNISH DIPPING AND OVEN BAKING

Actions: Preheating after steam washing, the stator/rotor is preheated at less than 100 C Preheating to remove moisture, the stator/rotor is preheated at 150 C Dip varnishing of the rotor/stator Baking to cure varnish at 150 C

Types of Varnish Used: Hi Therm BC-346-A- Baking varnish Hi Therm BC352- Clear Baking Varnish Synthite AC41- Air Drying Varnish Synthite AC43- Clear Air Drying Varnish) Dolph-Spray ER41- Red Air Dry Polyurethane Spray Dolph-Spray ER-44- Air Dry Polyurethane Varnish

VARNISH DIPPING AND OVEN BAKING


Mechanical Operations: Tig welding Arc welding Sleeving of DE and NDE Metalizing of housing/shaft Fabrication of shaft Re-baring of rotor Repair of end rings Re-stacking Repair of rings Dynamic balancing-

VARNISH DIPPING AND OVEN BAKING

Operations: Re-assembly Rebuilding of brush holders Replacement of slip rings Replacement of seals and terminal leads

FINAL INSPECTION AND TESTING


Actions: Electrical and mechanical testing No-load testing

Equipment Required: Megohmmeter Microlog High-potential tester Thermal scanner Clamp meter Dial indicator Tachometer

CLEANING AND PAINTING

Operations: Cleaning and painting of parts Cleaning of stator/rotor Sand blasting of parts

Detergent Used: Vergo-LDS 225 Liquid Detergent Soap Degreaser Used: (material will not cause surface corrosion, erosion or acid attack) Fast Dry Non-Flammable Safety Solvent Degreaser

PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT

Actions: The unit will be packed in a manner suitable for the form of transport to be used Unit to be shipped will be correctly identified, marked and recorded on the appropriate documentation. Where jurisdiction requirements apply, all necessary permits, licenses and authorizations will be obtained to allow proper delivery to the consignee.

THANK ENDYOU

SM PRIME HOLDINGS INC. January 10, 2013

BASIC PARTS OF AN INDUCTION MOTOR

REACTIVE MAINTENANCE
also referred to as breakdown maintenance, is the most common form of equipment maintenance practiced in the industry today.

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Is a program of routine equipment inspections, maintenance task and repairs which are scheduled to ensure that degradation of equipment is minimized.

PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE
Is the technique of regularly monitoring selected parameters of equipment operation to detect and correct a potential problem before it causes a failure

Why Maintenance Is So Important?


A maintenance program ensures continuity of operation and lessens the danger of unplanned outages. Planned shutdowns take place during periods of inactivity or least usage, and as a result, troubles can be detected in the early stages and corrective action taken before extensive damage is done.

Causes Of Electrical Failure


Dust And Dirt Accumulation Presence of Moisture Loose Connection Friction

List of all the Motors at your Facility


Type Size and Application of each motor. Age Maintenance and Repair History Operating Conditions and Environment Annual Energy Cost (Hours of Operation)

Motor Insulation Predictive

MAINTENANCE TESTING
INSULATION RESISTANCE TEST DIELECTRIC ABSORPTION TEST POLARIZATION INDEX TEST

SURGE COMPARISON TEST

Winding Rated Voltage (V) <1000

Insulation Resistance Test Direct Voltage (V) 500

1000-2500 2501-5000
5001-12,000 >12,000

500-1000 1000-2500
2500-5000 5000-10,000

Maximum Insulation Resistance

Test Specimen For most windings made before about 1970, all field windings, and others not described below. For most DC armature and AC windings built after about 1970(form-wound coils) For most machines with randomwound stator coils and formwound coils rated below 1 kV.

IR1min=kV + 1

IR1min = 100

IR1min = 5