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Perpetual Motion of Advancement Micro Motor Engineering was established in 1963. We have since gained a vast amount of experience in the specialised field of engine remanufacturing and are now one of South Africa’s leading engine remanufacturers, producing over 2000 engines per year. We have also gained an impressive reputation for reliability, quality and integrity ever since our humble beginning, and boast a 5-star RMI rating. Read the Full Story
Remanufacturing All major components are reworked to engineering drawing or workshop manual tolerances, and all critical dimensions are measured. Micro Motor Engineering is capable of meeting the latest surface finish parameters demanded by modern engines. Read the Full Story
Remanufacturing Cylinder Head Work

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Cylinder Head Work

All cylinder heads and blocks are pressure tested utilizing the latest hydraulic/pneumatic methods in pressure testing equipment before any work is commenced. Each unit is mounted on the pressure tester and then heated to its ideal operating temperature. Air, at between 2 and 3 Psi, is then injected into the unit’s galleys and passages. This procedure pinpoints any problems immediately, allowing remedial action to be taken. We scrap all units found to be too severely warped or damaged.

Cylinder heads, whether they are cast iron or aluminium, that require any machining are all done on our state-of-the-art machinery. All valve seat angles are cut precisely to OEM specifications. Any valve seats or valve guides not passing our tests are replaced. We have an extensive range of valve guides in stock, catering for small petrol engines right through to large diesels.

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149 Rover Road
Rustivia
Gauteng
1401

(011) 822-2822 (Tel)
(011) 822-5720 (Fax)

Micro Motor Engineering

Micro Motor Engineering was established in 1963. We have since gained a vast amount of experience in the specialised field of engine remanufacturing and are now one of South Africa’s leading engine remanufacturers, producing over 2000 engines per year.