AEMT - Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades

19 December 2019
UK’s largest stockholder of electric motors emphasises the importance of trade bodies to the market
As an active member of the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT), TEC Electric Motors, holder of the UK’s largest stock of electric motors, is underlining the importance of standards when it comes to the replacement of rotating equipment.

“TEC has been a member of the AEMT (Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades) since 2012 - we see the AEMT as the go-to authority for industry standards on the repair and rewinding of electrical rotating equipment,” says TEC Electric Motors’ Business Development Manager David Ede. “Members are fully invested in the latest standards that define best practice in electrical and mechanical servicing.” Notably: 60034-23, the repair, overhaul and reclamation of rotating electrical machinery, and 60034-1, Rating and performance of rotating electrical machines.

“End users rely on them for comprehensive support, so when a rewind is not a suitable solution MRO suppliers need to be able to access the right replacement in a realistic timescale, and that’s where we come in. TEC also uses the AEMT Ex Training services to ensure we have trained certified staff to support our ATEX Hazardous area motors.”
“Many of our UK distribution partners are also members of the AEMT,” says Ede.

Customers expect a consistent level of support for products in the field, provided not just by us but also via the distribution network. We’re not just working with our partners to provide the best possible service to meet today’s industry requirements, we’re also planning for tomorrow.”

With a fast-growing customer base built on providing quality products with a customer experience to match, TEC carries a wide range of electric motors, gearboxes and inverters, offering the largest motor stock in the UK. Three strategically placed branches for quick dispatch means TEC can react immediately to urgent requirements across the UK. This, combined with a range of motor test and modification services, makes TEC the one-stop-shop for many AEMT members’ power transmission needs.

 
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