Company Details

Saudi Manufacturing Operations & Technical Systems Co.Ltd. (Mots Co.Ltd) is a 100% Saudi owned ISO certified company and a part of Alhussaini Industrial Group, which was granted license by the Ministry of Industry and Electricity in the year 1992 to manufacture and assemble M.V and L.V switch gears.

MOTS emphasis manufacturing wide range quality products such as lighting and Distribution Panel Boards, Low Voltage Switchgears, Motor Control Panels,Synchronizing Panels, Automatic Transfer Switches both stand by and Prime Power Generator Sets, Package Type Substations, Instrumentation and process Display Panels(PLC), Kilowatt hour Meter Boards as per SEC standards and other engineering projects requirement created our professional team of engineers, technicians and sales personnel.

Components being used in MOTS manufacturing unit are mainly of sourced from European manufacturers such as SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC they are well known about their best quality product and services around the world with approval of major big projects around the world. MOTS does not limit to these products only it also deal with all kinds of electrical products solely for the specification and preference as per the project requirements and customers need. In addition we deal with wide range of quality product which is discussed in later part of company profile(Refer to Section 6 MOTS Product)

MOTS professional team are always ready to extend support in design and selection of appropriate kind of components to be used as per the requirements of the customers for the protection of both power and lighting panels.These tasks are mainly done by our Engineering software ECODIAL and our drawings are done on AUTOCAD software where the human factor of error will be avoided.



Department Functions

The workers of MOTS consists of departments with the following functions:

Sales Department
This section is involved in marketing of our products to different clients in entire KSA. Our Sales Engineers are highly qualified electrical engineers capable to discuss any kind of project details to clients. By the closed coordination between Sales Engineers and Technical Department delivered best offer and understand the
needs and necessities of the customer in terms of proper selection, service, price and delivery time. We also welcome enquiries for tender purposes from different general contractors who are bidding in mega projects. We assure quick response.


Technical Department
This section is responsible for estimation enquiries, panel design and drawings for submittal and production, These steps are taken under the consideration of client's requirement and also acceptable standards like lEC. B. S, NEMA. SASO and others as per the clients and project needs. The department uses ECODlAL SOFTWARE
which is computer based software for L. V network short circuit calculation, sizing of cables. MCCB protection, selectivity and discrimination studies. Drafting work is also done with the aid of 'AUTOCAD' software. We have developed our own libraries for symbols and schematic diagrams and panel layouts to speed up the process.
From this section, Project Engineers coordinate with Sales Engineer to follow up the status of projects, checking the material requirements of the order and checking up with procurement the components delivery status.


Procurement Department
The Procurement department is responsible for purchasing locally and abroad all required material for panels. They have to bring in all the materials on time to avoid delay in production. This division is equipped with computerized inventory system for maximum stock monitoring and efficient store keeping.


Production Department
The department is having the best skilled and highly qualified Engineers/technicians and skilled workers. From supervisors down to the electricians, we assure client's their panels are manufactured as per their
requirements and specifications which are mentioned in approved drawings and delivery on time.

MOTS production consists of various machines like CNC machine, welding machine, hydraulic machine, Bus bar cutting machine and spray painting guns. Powder coating oven is also included.


Quality Control (QC) Department
The department checks the product quality and does different types of test as per IEC standard on Panel Boards. During production QC inspector checks stage inspection while assembling is being done according to standards and specifications or not and before delivery the panels are thoroughly finally checked. tested and
issued a Warranty Certificate with Test Certificate.


Finance Department
The department is involved in accounts matters such as billing/invoicing on finished products, payment collections and payrolls preparation. This section also looks into financing of orders and projects on hand are scheduled and taken care properly.


Human Resources (HR) Department
The HR Department is involved in recruitment of manpower and to attend to all needs of every worker in terms of labor relations. accommodation. medical, conveyance, vacations/leaves and other matters necessary to make every worker in good working and living condition.



Quality Control

The following is a detailed explanation and information on the numerous tests, checks and balances done in MOTS Ltd. Factory prior to packing, shipping and subsequently delivery of panels and other engineering products to
clients/customers. Thus, we at MOTS name it “Quality Control Procedures" which makes up our quality circles.


1st: Enclosures
The part consists and deals specifically on the various cheeks our enclosures are subjected to. Needless to say that this procedure lakes care of over all appearance, appeal and acceptance of our panels.


  • 1 Panel Color Requirement:
    Color is sometimes determined by the client himself and MOTS painters quickly determine the paint mixtures or color combination to arrive at the desired panel color of the customer's choice. In the event that the panel color is not specified, MOTS uses its standard panel color of RAL70350 or beige.

  • 2. Surface and Paint Finish:
    Besides the surface, the paint finish is meticulously inspected to look for smooth and hard surfaces. Hard surfaces means grinding in the assembly is not thorough. Checking the paint finish determines the correctness of the painting process done. Be it epoxy powder painting.

  • 3. Bolts Connection Tightness:
    The tightness of bolts and nuts applying the right force or maximum torque limitations is taken into consideration in the assembly of the panel. This includes all kinds of bolts and washers etc. especially in busbars where the kind as well as tightness of bolts prevent panel overheating coming from the busbars.

  • 4. IP Degree of Protection:
    Standards lEe 529. BS 5420 and NFC 20-010 give a protection index IP which characterizes the ability of equipment to with stand the following external influences:

    . Presence of Solid Bodies
    . Presence of water


2nd: Components and Devices:
This part of our quality control procedures takes care of the numerous components, devices and all other items needed and installed on the panels. We see to it that these items are of good quality, right specifications and the best fitted.


  • I. Specifications of Components of Devices:
    Technical descriptions and applications of the components are evidently matched and compared to technical requirements including customer product preferences if any. Such specifications. when not properly checked and verified prior to testing may lead to damages which may affect the performances of other components in the
    panel or nearby critical loads at site.

  • 2. Installation Procedures and Tolerances:
    Most components and devices are delivered at the factory with catalogue cuts on mounting and installation procedures. All the instructions are taken into consideration including precautions that the supplier of the product may recommend for proper functioning as it is expected and designed for operation.

  • 3. No Breakages or Damages:
    Just like installation procedures and tolerances, quality control people see to it that broken or damaged components or devices are immediately replaced and investigated  for such reasons. Failure to thoroughly check and inspect the items may lead to serious complications during testing and client's rejection of the panel in the long run.

  • 4. Completion/Fittings of Materials:
    Components and devices used are given extra caution prior to testing and ensured that the materials/accessories are fitted/ installed properly. For example a small pin or bolt not installed rightly may create problems which may subsequently damage the whole equipment.

  • 5. Mechanical Check of Materials:
    Checking for the mechanical operation of components and devices is done several times especially for interlocks of automatic transfer switches lind other applications where a gail-free mechanical operation is of great importance.


3rd: Electrical Worksmanship
This part is the head and brain of the whole procedure for it is here where the set-up design and workmanship of the panel is practically put to test. This culminates to what seems to be the representation of the skills, experience and techniques of our employees and factory workers.


  • 1. Circuit Continuity Test:
    The test is conducted by making a point-to-point wiring check using any approved wiring diagrams as basis. In trouble shooting, this is particularly important for many electrical problems have been attributed to no circuit continuity: no wire runs or misplaced wiring.

  • 2. Ratio Test of PT' and CT's:
    To ensure correct readings and values, potential and control transformers as well as current transformers undergo ratio test to determine their accuracy which is then decided if it is suitable or not. Ratio test should be directly linked to voltmeter and ammeter scales for the necessary deflections.

  • 3. Calibration of Measuring Instruments:
    MOTS measuring instruments are calibrated on annual basis by a well known certified organization. The Quality assurance department of MOTS having a master log file indicating each equipment calibration due date record, so Quality assurance department is responsible to make the calibration before due date.

  • 4. Protective Relays Test:
    Relays for measurement and protective functions are properly checked to function as designed and to provide accurate pick ups as installed. Protective relays when not observed properly in operation are sometimes the cause of panel malfunctions because sequence operations and correct timing of pick ups are severely disrupted.

  • 5. Lamp Indications, Alarms and Signals:
    Quality Control personnel see to it that proper indications or labels are fixed on the panel. Alarms and other signals are also given proper identifications to aid the enduser in operations

  • 6. Sequence Operation:
    Critical panels especially control, logic or synchronizing ones require tedious testing and simulation of sequence of operations as specified by the client. Proper sequencing in the opening and dosing of relays, protective instruments to specify the correct logic signals and discrimination of components when required is given a thorough trouble shooting as well as strict quality control.

  • 7. Markings:
    Phase sequencing is identified by marking R, Y, B or L1, L2, L3, N or by colors. Terminal Blocks are numbered as per wiring diagrams. Control wires contain circuit numbering to facilitate wire tracing and troubleshooting the controls.

  • 8. Clearance between Live Parts:
    Distances clearances between phase to phase or line to line which constitutes the live part are given particular attention. IEC and NEMA standards specify the required clearances for low and high voltages depending on the application which is also adhered to as vital part of quality control procedures.

  • 9. Clearance Between Live Parts to Ground:
    In addition, clearances between live parts to ground is also given critical attention as in No. 8above.

  • 10. Insulation Resistance Test:
    Basically this test involves the application of voltages to insulation and the determination of the resistance by Ohm's Law based on the resulting current flow. The range of acceptable resistance values for an insulating material is very wide so the values obtained from this test are carefully interpreted. In fact, periodic
    insulation resistance testing is recommended since insulating materials are expected to deteriorate over time.

  • 11. Dielectric Test:
    This test requires the application of at least five times the actual circuit voltage to the insulation that separates the line voltage from frame ground. The test voltage is twice the rated voltage plus 1000V. It is assumed that if the product can handle the high-test voltage for one minute, then it can handle power line transients and
    overloads throughout the insulation's natural aging.


4th: Others
This part accounts for other items contribute to the overall acceptance of the pands.


  • 1. Final Check:
    This procedure is customary to quality control personnel after finishing a more thorough checking of procedures A to C. This is done on a spot check and serves as a doubling checking for minor items that may have been left out in the process.

  • 2. Test Certificate:
    After all testing and simulation has been done, Quality Control technicians decide whether the panel deserves their approval by recommending for the issuance of a Test Certificate. Otherwise, production people will have to look to determine the reasons for disapproval and solve it.

  • 3. Packing:
    Observing the norms of panel packing prior to shipment is equally important for posterity purposes.

  • 4. Shipping:
    Extra care is likewise taken during shipping of panels for deliveries within the Kingdom. Shipments outside the Kingdom are left at the client's responsibility. Even for deliveries within the Kingdom, it is seldom that MOTS CO. takes care for the transport. Most of the panels are quoted ex-factory Riyadh.






P.O.Box 23560 RIYADH 11436 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Tel: 011-265 3701/011-265 5473
Fax: 011-265 3704
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