Synchronous Motor Manufacturer and Supplier

Synchronous motors are electric motors that operate at a constant speed to produce rotational or mechanical energy from the electric current they receive. High-quality, highly accurate, and simple to operate, Mechtex synchronous motors utilize high-quality permanent magnet motors along with premium quality materials and components to offer reliability, efficiency, and durability.

The synchronous motors from Mechtex have high-duty cycle, high life, and high-temperature variants, and also get stall-protected motors. The company also offers customization options to offer customized solutions to the specific requirements of the client. Mechtex offers both, bi-directional and uni-directional motors with commitment to quality, and technical support to better suit the customers’ needs. more

Mechtex is a synchronous motors exporter which offers a comprehensive range of motors and gearheads. The company undertakes rigorous testing, and quality control processes to ensure the highest standard of quality is maintained. Mechtex is a synchronous motors manufacturer that is committed to innovation through continuous research and development.

FEATURES OF Synchronous Motors

High Accuracy

Offers efficient control and reliable performance a wide range of industrial applications

Long life

Ensures durability and continuous operation in demanding conditions

Simple design

Simple design that ensures Efficient, reliable performance of Motor

Stall Protected Motor

Designed with stall protection for safe operation under challenging conditions and varying loads

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.

Industries We Served




Home Automation


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Both non-excited and DC-excited synchronous motors are types of synchronous motors, but they differ in their rotor construction and method of excitation. Also known as a "permanent magnet synchronous motor" (PMSM), the non-excited type of motor has a rotor that contains permanent magnets. The permanent magnets generate a constant magnetic field on the rotor, eliminating the need for any external excitation. High efficiency & low maintenance due to the absence of excitation losses. A DC excited synchronous motor has a rotor with windings, which are supplied with DC current from an external source. The DC current flowing through the rotor windings creates a magnetic field, which synchronises with the rotating magnetic field of the stator. Precise speed control due to the ability to adjust the DC current supplied to the rotor windings.
Synchronous motors have a fixed synchronous speed which means the rotor speed is synchronised with the rotatory magnetic field of the stator winding, while asynchronous motors have a speed that varies with the load and rotor speed is not synchronised with the rotatory magnetic field of the stator winding. Synchronous motors are used in applications where precise speed control is required. On the other hand, Asynchronous motors are widely used in various industrial and commercial applications due to their simple design, robustness, and ability to handle variable speed loads
In the context of a synchronous motor, the duty cycle refers to the ratio of the motor's operating time to its total cycle time over a specific period. It is commonly expressed as a percentage and represents the amount of time the motor operates at full load or a specific load condition compared to the total time. For example, if a synchronous motor operates at its full load for 60% of the time and remains idle for the other 40%, the duty cycle would be 60%. This means that the motor is subjected to a load for half of the operating cycle and remains unutilized for the other half.
Miniature synchronous motors find applications in various industries and devices where precise control, compact size, and synchronous operation are essential. These miniature synchronous motors are chosen for their accurate speed control, low noise, and compact design. The use of miniature synchronous motors can enhance the performance and efficiency of the devices they are integrated into. Some common uses of miniature synchronous motors include timing applications such as in synchronous clocks, timers in appliances, tape recorders and precision servomechanisms. Other examples include camera autofocus mechanism, optical disc drives, printers and scanners, small fans, cooling systems, electric shavers, etc

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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Navi Mumbai - 400709, Maharashtra India