Karsten Moholt AS
Established in 1945, Karsten Moholt is the largest electromechanical workshop in Norway. The company operates in energy, offshore, shipping and subsea fields, and has more than 170 highly qualified employees in various fields. Karsten Moholt provides a 24hr service around the world.
Overhaul, repairs and testing of electromechanical machines
Karsten Moholt’s big machines department overhauls, repairs, rewinds and performs highvoltage testing on big electromechanical machines. This department has the biggest vacuum pressure tank in Norway, and has highly qualified electro mechanics, automation specialists, welders, painters and high-voltage testers. This department performs work both onsite and in workshops.
Testing, overhaul and repairs of highvoltage motors, generators, transformers, gearboxes, shafts and couplings
The small machines department tests, overhauls and repairs smaller high-voltage motors, generators, transformers, gearboxes, shafts and couplings. The department has a large stock of spare parts, including rotors and couplings.
Forklift services for Zone 1 and zone 2 areas
The forklift department services all kinds of forklifts, both offshore and in its workshops. The department has Ex-certified mechanics that can carry out services on Zone 1 and Zone 2 forklifts.
Offshore electro-installation and maintenance services
Karsten Moholt’s power network maintenance (PNM) department works in electro-installation and maintenance. The department specialises in the sales and installation of Basler products, as well as maintenance and upgrading of all types of engines, maintenance and upgrading of all types of electric boards and cabinets, certification of EEx systems, and others.
Condition monitoring services
Karsten Moholt’s Condition Monitoring department is the first in the world to be certified by Det Norske Veritas (DNV) for conditionbased maintenance of mobile offshore units. The department monitors all types of rotating machinery, and with the help of online/offline vibration measurements, thermography, highvoltage insulation testing, and power analysis, it can assess the need for maintenance in the machines in question. More and more companies see the value in this type of maintenance and the department has in recent years seen steadily increasing demand for its services.
Rotating and non-rotating electrical machine inspection, service and maintenance
Karsten Moholt also carries out field services all over the world, and performs inspection, service, maintenance and replacement of rotating and non-rotating electrical machines, both onshore and offshore.