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Stator Test Machine Launch

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Electrified Automation is excited to announce the launch of its Stator Test Machine.

The technology has been designed to remove the complexities of stator and motor testing, helping customers increase reliability and reduce manufacturing time.

It can run multiple tests including:

  • Coil turn to turn fault checks
  • Phase to phase short checks
  • Continuity testing on temperature sensors
  • Hi-pot checks on the motor insulation
  • Surge deviation tests

The Stator Test Machine also has the capability to select pre-programmed test parameters by scanning a barcode on the motor. This ensures customers achieve the correct configuration every time.

Jim Winchester, Managing Director of Electrified Automation, said: “Our Stator Test Machine is pushing new boundaries in motor testing and production.

“I am so proud of our team at Electrified who continue to deliver innovative technology that is helping the UK drive the electric revolution. We have come so far in such a short space of time and are looking forward to seeing how our Stator Test Machine will help our customers improve motor efficiency across a range of off-highway applications.”

For more information, an explainer film and the full technical specifications visit our Stator Test Machine page

Louis Coker – Meet The Team

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Meet Programme Manager Louis Coker who is responsible for liaising with our customers to understand their detailed requirements, so we deliver technology that achieves their production objectives.

Louis has worked in the electric motor industry since he graduated from the University of Strathclyde with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, first at Ashwoods Electric Motors and then Aspire Engineering.

Louis joined Electrified Automation in September 2021 and is enjoying working in a fast-paced innovative environment.

He said: “It is quite a flat structure here and we are all work closely together, so if you have a new idea or think something could be done differently your voice will be heard.

“It is also really exciting to be working in an industry at the forefront of helping achieve a low carbon future. Creating generational manufacturing platforms means we’re breaking ground on new things all the time.”

Louis leads a dynamic project management team that works with every part of the business and its customers to make sure they get their automation equipment and technology when they need it.

A typical day for Louis involves meeting with each of the project teams to check on progress, and calls with customers to keep them updated. In between, Louis spends his time making sure everyone has everything they need to get their work done

He has been a qualified FA referee for the last eight years in England and Scotland, and travels across the South West as a match official. Unfortunately, he doesn’t have too much spare time these days – Electrified keeps him busy!

If you are interested in joining the team click here for the latest opportunities.

Job Boom Causing Recruitment Challenges

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With unemployment at its lowest level for 50 years and UK vacancies standing at 1.3 million it is a buyers’ market if you’re on the hunt for a new job. However with supply outstripping demand it is making it harder for businesses to recruit the skilled workers they need.

For Electrified Automation recruitment is the number one priority, as it continues to onboard new staff to keep pace with a growing order book.

The company designs and manufactures automation technology for the electric motor industry. It is an exciting, dynamic business that has had millions of pounds in backing from the Government-funded Advanced Propulsion Centre.

Yet despite being a company at the forefront of the electric revolution in the UK automotive industry, finding people with the right skills is a constant challenge.

Jim Winchester, Managing Director of Electrified Automation, said: “Recruitment has been a key area of focus for us ever since we launched in 2021.

“We are looking for people who are passionate about innovating and delivering low carbon technology, but part of the problem is not enough young people are taking engineering-related, or STEM subjects, at school.

“If the UK is going to continue leading the transition towards electrification, we need to put more emphasis into growing our own talent.

He went on to say: “We also need some quick wins to tackle the immediate problem, as we just aren’t getting enough applicants through the door with the right skills. Otherwise, companies like us will have no choice but to look overseas to plug their resourcing gaps.”

If you are interested in a career in automotive engineering, visit the Electrified Automation website and check out the latest jobs or register your interest for future opportunities. www.electrifiedautomation.com/careers

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ISO9001 Accredited

iso9001 certification

Electrified Automation has achieved ISO9001 accreditation for its Quality Management System (QMS).

Not only does it demonstrate our commitment to meeting the requirements and standards expected by our customers, it also recognises the hard work of our team who have delivered IS09001 at such an early stage in the development of our business.

Quality Management System

Electrified Automation is ISO9001 accredited for its Quality Management System (QMS).

As a trusted partner to our customers this means we will:

  • Fulfil all compliance obligations including: Committing to applicable statutory and regulatory requirements, product and service safety conformity and risk mitigation
  • Provide a framework to achieve QMS objectives, targets and programmes
  • Identify the potential consequences associated with our products and services as well as their nature, use and intended lifetime
  • Undertake regular evaluations of the performance and effectiveness of our QMS
  • Address risks and opportunities by integrating our QMS into our business processes and strategies
  • Continuously improving our QMS and enhancing its performance.

For more information, click here to read our full Quality Policy.

Environmental Standards

We aim to achieve the highest possible levels of compliance across the whole of our business and operations and are also working towards ISO14001 environmental standards, which we hope to deliver later this year.

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