Parsons Peebles is represented across a wide range of industries worldwide offering electromechanical products and services for energy and industrial markets. With sales and agent networks positioned in key geographical areas such as the North America, Middle East, India, Far East and Europe, we are in a key position to support industries in highly industrial regions.
We operate within 11 key facilities across the UK with large, state-of-the-art workshops specially designed to handle both large and small projects. These sites accommodate a strict consumables and material segregation policy between such things as ferrous/non-ferrous materials, and clean/dirty water, etc.
Our manufacturing and service workshop in Rosyth, Scotland hold a key location to ensure speedy turnaround times with easy access to air, sea and rail transportation. The Rosyth workshop specialises in high voltage motors and generators with capability to manufacture, assemble and test machines. Rosyth boasts one of the most comprehensive test facilities in Europe with direct full load testing and capacity at 50 and 60Hz up to 8MW/50 MVA for generators and voltages up to 15 kW.
Our custom built 70,000 sqft workshop in Avonmouth is the largest, single workshop facility for electrical and mechanical repairs in the UK. It houses electrical, machining and fabrication workshops with a 40 tonne inhouse lifting capacity and modern equipment designed to provide high quality round the clock service for both repair and new equipment manufacturing.
In 2015, Parsons Peebles’ sister company, Preformed Windings, relocated to a new purpose built 19,000 sqft facility in Rotherham. The new facility is fitted with the latest cutting, straightening, looping, shaping and taping machines and has been designed using advanced value stream mapping and lean principles. Dedicated areas for high voltage coils, traction coil production, upgraded test capability and the ability to super fast-track coil batches to meet high voltage machine rewinds will all feature in the new facility