Bathurst, New Brunswick

Our Bathurst location is a modern, fully equipped motor repair facility. It is the heart of our organization.

VPI Tank

VPI Tank

  • Vacuum Pressure Impregnation provides the best results for insulation motor coils.
  • Our VPI uses 433-75-VTC grade-type epoxy.
Convection Curing Ovens

Convection Curing Ovens

  • Allow for fast and thorough curing of large components.
  • 1,200 cubic feet maximum capacity.
Core Loss Testing Equipment

Core Loss Testing Equipment

  • To verify the condition of the stator integrity before rewind
  • Up to 3,000 HP testing capability
  • All stators are core-loss tested before rewind
  • Testing results provided to clients
Surge Testing Equipment

Surge Testing Equipment

  • Full service electrical testing station
  • Up to 5,000 HP testing capability
  • Roger's uses Baker surge testing equipment
  • All rewinds are tested and reports supplied
Transportation / Logistics / Delivery

Transportation / Logistics / Delivery

  • Four trucks cover the provinces of New Brunswick, Quebec, Nova Scotia, Newfoundland & Labrador and East Coast USA
  • 24-7 availability
Cable Splicing & Jacket Repair

Cable Splicing & Jacket Repair

  • Large capacity cable reeling units to provide cable splicing, coupler installations and testing for our mining clients.
Vibration Monitoring

Vibration Monitoring

  • One Prod Falcon Vibration Analyzer with Wireless Triaxial Sensor
  • Vibration measurement and analysis that provides condition-based data on all rotating equipment
Machine Shop

Machine Shop

  • Complete in-house large capacity machine shop
  • Rebuilding for shaft and housing fits
  • Shaft Replacements
  • Commutator resurfacing, undercutting and beveling
  • Traction motor refurbishments

Stator Motor Rewind Timelapse

Stator Motor Rewind Timelapse

This is a AC generator stator rewind. This video is approximately 7 minutes long but took 9 days from dismantle to completion.

THIS IS WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING:

Rogers Electric's ability to be on call 24/7 is critically important to us when we need something. Things don't break between 8-4.

Ryan MacNaughton,

Nova Scotia Power