Secluded production 

chain

THE TECHNOLOGY OF LARGE ELECTRIC MACHINES REPARATION
(using an example of synchronous non-salient pole machine)
Arrival to reparation
Dismantling
brushing the dirt off, damage assessment, arranging a quality
Rotor
Foundation block
Stator
Wrap removal
Foundation block+
ball bearing+
attached implements
Wrap
removal
Wrap 
production
with testing
before placing
Burn-in and 
leveling of the old wrap, isolation
Rotor's channel damage assessment
Settlement
renovation,
configuration
check
Bearing
downcomers'
pillows
production
and adjustment
Mandrel's
losses
testing
Wrap
production,
isolation
New axis
production
from forged
piece  with
milling
Mandrel's
removal,
new mandrel's
blending,
loss testing
Wrap adjustment,
pressure testing,
warming, examination,
equilibration
Rotor's mechanical
processing with
control card provision
Production
of core stack
on lazer machine
Channel's calibration
Wrap  and warm control
adjustment, binding,
inclusion
Testing before dipping,
drying at the stove 
Vacuum pressure
dipping
Stator's curing
with rotation
in upending rings
Stator's re-equipment
with inlet boxes
of warm control, implementation of complex testing, including high-voltage using power-line frequency
Electric engine assemblage and acceptance tests
Electric engine preservation, wrapping, shipping and filling in reparation
documentation
Shipment of repaired equipment to the client