Business Overview

Houghton International specialise in the repair, maintenance and life extension of rotating electrical assets. Servicing a broad range of sectors, customers benefit from over 30 years multi industry experience in electro mechanical engineering and coil manufacture.

 

We work with customers around the globe to solve problems, reduce costs and increase reliability by improving performance and extending the life of their motors, generators and other electro mechanical machines. Known for our fast response, quick turn around and responsive customer service you can rely on us to drive your project forward.

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EASA Electric Motor Root Cause Failure Analysis Training and Fundamentals of DC Operation & Repair Tips
We have teamed up with EASA, the world renowned Electro Mechanical authority to host its upcoming UK training sessions at our workshop in Newcastle upon Tyne. continue..
TSA
TSA and Houghton International partner to offer local maintenance and support to UK and Ireland customers
Traktionssysteme Austria (TSA) has appointed UK based electro mechanical engineering specialist Houghton International as its service partner in the UK and Ireland. Under the exclusive continue..
Carilec 2016
Houghton International attends 2016 CARILEC Engineering Conference
The 2016 CARILEC Engineering Conference is to date CARILEC’S biggest programme. The four-day event featured a trade show, technical presentations, classroom-type sessions and networking opportunities continue..
Jack Dunning
New finance director appointed as Houghton International continues to grow
Following our recent expansion we have appointed Jack Dunning as finance director to oversee the company’s finances and support the business during its sustained growth as we prepare for continue..
EASA
Motors: The Proactive Approach To Voltage Unbalance – EASA article
It’s impossible to balance line-to-line voltages perfectly in three-phase circuits, so they typically differ by a few volts or more. However, if voltage unbalance exceeds continue..
EASA 2016
Houghton International at EASA 2016
It was great catching up with customers old and new at EASA 2016 earlier this month. If you missed us in Toronto, here is Stuart continue..
EASA
My motor failed. Now what? – EASA article
Process downtime is expensive—even more so when it’s unexpected. So, when an electric motor fails, we tend to pull, repair, or replace it, and move continue..
Large Machine Repair Shop
Houghton International take on large machines with expansion into fourth site
Following on from a series of contract wins, we have expanded into a fourth operational site in Byker, Newcastle to increase both operational capacity and the scale continue..
EASA
How to ensure effective motor repair and rewind – EASA article
The Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA) has published two documents to help users and service providers ensure that motor repairs performed reflect good practices that continue..
EASA
Avoid Costly Motor Connection Mistakes – EASA article
Manufacturers deploy various external connection schemes to produce three-phase induction motors for multiple voltages and/or starting methods. Be sure to follow the relevant connection diagram, which continue..

Testimonials

" Efficient, reliable and cost effective... "

Richard Younger

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" Flawless, perfect, thank you... "

David Heckman

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" Extremely responsive, highly knowledgeable, best PD results we have ever seen... "

Joe Higgs

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" Excellent fit, windability second to none, highly recommended... "

Jason Znidarich

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" Proactive approach, absolute confidence and genuine problem solving attitude "

Stuart Lawler

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