At Elettromeccanica Adige we can offer our customers services in line with the most advanced maintenance policies in order to allow the customer to find the right balance to maximise both efficiency (costs) and effectiveness (results).

This stems from an in depth knowledge of systems, fault analysis (type of fault, distribution of the failure rate), economic assessments related to the cost of the life cycle of the machinery and systems that make up the company assets.


In addition to providing cyclic corrective and preventive maintenance services, Elettromeccanica Adige is specialised in predictive maintenance services with vibrational analysis that are based on the possibility of recognising the presence of a fault ahead of time through the detection and interpretation of weak signs of the imminent fault. The sign, when recognised, then becomes part of those factors that can be monitored through continuous or periodic inspections and therefore within the sphere of the influence of preventive maintenance (conditional or scheduled). The basic idea of predictive maintenance is based on an equipment status check that does not interrupt normal operation but reports progressive deterioration ahead of time and continuously. The purpose of predictive maintenance is to use flexible and reliable methods of status detection to minimise the number of inspections or overhauls that could, in turn, lead to faults or deterioration. The system condition diagnosis is carried out through a vibrations analysis, thermographic analysis and an analysis of the main electrical parameters.


The lines of operation that Elettromeccanica Adige is able to provide depending on the type of fault or deterioration identified range from:

  • Precision alignment using laser systems.

    Misalignment is one of the primary causes that lead to a premature machine fault, therefore it should be handled with maximum precision. It can be easily detected, especially through vibrational monitoring, and it can be easily corrected with the laser alignment instruments in our possession. This operation is carried out on site without having to move the motor.

  • Field balancing of rotating machinery:

    The imbalance of rotating machinery, fans, turbines, pumps, etc., identifiable through vibrational monitoring, can be caused by various factors (wear, dirt build-up, ovalization, etc.). This can be easily fixed with suitable instruments through on-site balancing. With this technique the machine is returned to the correct values that favour its best performance.

  • Overhauling the rotating machinery in the workshop.

    An effective overhaul includes:

    • Drying and impregnation in an oven to restore the insulation
    • Cleaning of the mechanical parts
    • Mechanical structure inspection
    • Replacement of damaged mechanical elements such as mechanical seals and bearings
    • inspection of the windings with open motor electrical commissioning
    • Assembly and testing
  • Rewinding of the rotating machinery in the workshop

    A good rewinding begins with a thorough cleaning of the old stator by using a pyrolytic oven for environmentally friendly thermo demolition of the windings. Then a precise detection of the winding data is conducted, winding with automatic machines in order to restore the winding quickly and with excellent quality results. Then the job is completed with the coils insertion phase.

  • Mechanical repairs to rotating machinery in the workshop through cold stripping, balancing, grinding and undercutting.
  • Commissioning and testing both in the workshop and at the customer's site.