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AEMT News
18 January 2019
Ex Course taking place in the UK
After being scrutinised by the IECEx Recognised Training Partner Programme (RTPP) Review Panel the AEMT Ex Training course for the repair, overhaul and reclamation of hazardous area rotating equipment is now recognised as the 25th IECEx RTP in the world.
Member News
18 January 2019
Preformed Windings celebrated their 50 year anniversary in 2018, having developed a reputation as a leading supplier of armature and high voltage coils to both OEM’s and repair companies globally. The organisation is a valued member of the AEMT and has seen significant growth and investment over the last five years, driven by their core value propositions Speed, Quality & Service as well as being the only major coil supplier not to carry out rewinds & repairs.
AEMT News
17 December 2018
Titos Anastassacos, Managing Parter at Si2 partners, takes a look at history’s most pivotal technologies and predicts, by looking at current trends, how the electric motor service and repair market is due for a shakeup.
AEMT News
17 December 2018
Dr. Martin Killeen presenting IEC 60034-23 at the AEMT Conference
Dr. Martin Killeen of the AEMT (Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades) outlines the requirements of the international repair, overhaul and reclamation of rotating equipment standard IEC 60034-23:2018, and highlights how it impacts on both the repair provider and the end user.
Member News
17 December 2018
With an ongoing campaign to promote manufacturing in the Midlands, Camis offers diverse expertise and manufacturing capabilities from its base in Kingswinford. The motors and drives division is a leading distributor of specialist AC and DC electric motors while the electronics division offers design and sub-contract manufacturing for wiring looms, circuit boards and controls for a wide range of industrial applications. Thomas Marks, AEMT Secretary, looks at this remarkable member company and how its expertise is helping so many other manufacturers and businesses.
AEMT News
17 December 2018
Gary Downes, AEMT President, welcomes delegates to the Conference.
Hosted at the DoubleTree Hilton in Coventry, the AEMT Conference was relaunched with fantastic success, and looked at how service and repair centres can prepare themselves for the imminent changes to the market sector by taking advantage of the Circular Economy. In the evening the AEMT hosted its largest event yet, it’s second Award Ceremony, which ended the day with an electrifying celebration of the industry’s finest talent, and presidential entertainment from Mike Osman.
AEMT News
17 December 2018
Copper in a circular economy
I had the privilege of speaking at the annual AEMT conference and was fascinated by the discussion around the changing nature of our global economic structure into a circular economy, writes Paul Dewison of MetalsPlus. It is a topic at the top of the global agenda. In fact, replacing the current take-make-dispose model with a circular economy, which aims to design waste out of the system powered by renewable energy sources, was discussed at length during the recent 24th UN Conference on Climate Change.
Member News
17 December 2018
Packaging which could be used by Counterfeit bearing producers
Globally, product counterfeiting is on the increase; the EU estimates that fake goods costs the UK economy £30m and 14,800 jobs. Not just in consumer goods such as music, film, home electronics and designer clothing, but also in industrial, safety critical products such as bearings.
Member News
17 December 2018
Siemens the Digital Twin
Sidrive IQ improves drive systems along the entire life cycle up to the megawatt range. Cloud-based application based on networked drive systems from Siemens. Increased productivity, reliability and ease of maintenance.
AEMT News
03 December 2018
The Winners of the 2018 AEMT Awards were announced during a Gala Presentation Ceremony in Coventry on Thursday 29th November. Attended by over 180 people from across the electrical and mechanical trades arena, the evening once again proved to be a wonderful evening of reward and celebration. In just its second outing, having only been launched in 2017, this year’s awards programme attracted even more entries across the seven categories, all of which were deemed by the independent judging panel to be of the highest quality.

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