BLDC Motors Manufacturer in India

Unlike traditional brushed DC (Brushless DC) motors, BLDC motors do not use brushes for commutation, which eliminates the need for maintenance and reduces friction and wear. It provides higher torque and speed with less energy consumption which results in lower operating costs.

BLDC motors are commonly used in various applications, including electric vehicles, drones, industrial machinery, and appliances. There are primarily three types of BLDC motors based on the construction of their rotor: Outrunner Motors, Inrunner Motors, Housed Motors. Mechtex is one of the leading BLDC motor supplier in India.

You can have trust in the dependability and performance in our Brushless DC motors thanks to its low maintenance needs and constant technical support from the Mechtex team more

As a BLDC motor exporter, each motor at Mechtex is subjected to a stringent quality control process to guarantee that it satisfies or surpasses industry standards.Various checks and testing are conducted during the manufacturing process, and the motor must pass a final inspection before being supplied to the customer. Mechtex has become a world leader as a BLDC motor supplier thanks to their dedication to quality, innovation, customisation, experience, and customer service.


High torque-to-weight ratio

Enables faster acceleration, better performance, and increased efficiency

Low maintenance

Increase Motor Life Span and Ensures uninterrupted performance of motor

Energy Efficient

Help to operates more effectively and conserve less power to provide the same output performance

Precise control

Enhancing efficiency, stability, and reliability of motor in various applications

Why choose Mechtex for your business


Year Of Experience


Countries Present


Industries Served

Unique Selling Proposition ( USP )

Customisation Option

We delivers tailored made solutions for customers unique needs and Requirements

Wide Product Range

Offering a diverse range of motors and gearbox to cater to various industries and applications need

Customer Centric Approach

Prioritizing customer satisfaction by providing user-friendly, economical, and high-quality products

Safety and Compliance

An ISO 9001:2015 and 14001:2015 Certified Organization. Our Products are ROHs, UL and CE certified meeting industry standards for safety and reliability.

Technical Expertise

Dedicated to research and development and Providing technically superior products with superior performance for enhanced efficiency.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The main difference between the outrunner and inrunner BLDC Motor, the two different configurations of brushless DC motors, lies in their internal design and the location of the rotor and stator. It is mainly related to their size, torque, and speed characteristics. Outrunner motors have a larger diameter, higher torque, and lower RPM. Inrunner motors have a smaller size, lower torque, and higher RPM. Outrunner motors are preferred when high torque and slower speeds are necessary, while inrunner motors are chosen for applications that require higher speeds and compact motor design
The main differences between brushed and brushless motors are related to their commutation methods, maintenance requirements, efficiency, and applications. Brushed motors use physical brushes and commutators for commutation and have higher maintenance needs. They are commonly used in applications where cost is a significant factor, and where the maintenance requirements can be accommodated. Brushless motors use electronic commutation, have lower maintenance requirements, and are more efficient, making them suitable for high-performance applications where reliability and efficiency are crucial. They are commonly used in various high-performance applications, such as drones, electric vehicles, industrial automation, computer cooling fans, and high-end power tools.
Detent torque is the static or holding torque that a BLDC motor generates when it is not energised with any current. It is created in the rotor of a permanent magnet motor and is also known as Restraining Torque. Running torque, on the other hand, refers to the torque produced by the motor when it is actively powered and running. The torque generated during this rotation is the running torque. It is the torque that is available to drive the motor's load and perform useful work. It's important to note that detent torque is usually a smaller and often negligible component compared to the running torque, especially when the motor is designed to have low friction and low cogging effects.

Our Clients



We are very pleased not only with the end result, but with the entire process of working with Mechtex. The amount of patience, guidance, and knowledge that they displayed throughout the whole process made them a very easy and enjoyable partner to work with.
Mechtex is a great consulting partner. They have shown consistency and high integrity over the course of our relationship. We are very impressed with their commitment and outstanding quality.
Mechtex has been outstanding to work with, and has been instrumental in getting our requirements fulfilled on time and within budget. We have worked with other vendors in the past that have will do what you ask for but no more and do not necessarily understand the end state and the why behind it
The Mechtex team helped build our complex and custom motor connector from scratch on-time and with excellent quality. They were very knowledgeable in the domain and very professional. We are looking forward to working with them on an ongoing basis


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EL-108, Electronic Zone, Mahape TTC Industrial Estate,
Navi Mumbai - 400709, Maharashtra India