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Industry News
23 April 2019
To help readers understand what NPSH is and how to calculate it, flow (BPMA's new magazine) spoke to Shaun Hampson, Managing Director, Flowserve’s Manchester Quick Response Centre.
AEMT News
23 April 2019
New recruit Mr. Karl Metcalfe joins the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) to offer technical support to its members and help develop the quality of AEMT service centres around the world.
Member News
23 April 2019
When the AEMT last visited TEC Electric Motors in 2016 (see Journal 16-2), they were operating from a 65,000 square foot site with stock levels of over £2 million. Three years later, their stock levels have grown exponentially to £12 million, and they have consolidated their warehouse and offices into a purpose build site on the Hartlebury Trading Estate, Worcestershire.
Member News
23 April 2019
Chris Long of Yilmaz UK (new associate members of the AEMT in 2019), looks at how changing from a worm gearbox system to a helical bevel system can help lower costs and improve efficiency.
AEMT News
18 April 2019
We are proud to announce that the AEMT as been awarded as finalists for the Contribution to Skills and Training category for the Motion Control Industry (MCI) Awards for the repair, overhaul and reclamation of hazardous area (Ex) equipment, which took place on May 22nd 2019 at the National Conference Centre, Solihul.
AEMT News
01 April 2019
(Except from mepca magazine, April.) To repair or to replace an electric motor is a decision that often crops up in industrial settings and is one that should be given due consideration. Of course, minimising downtime is important, but there are other important factors as well. Thomas Marks, Secretary at AEMT, looks at what considerations should be made when it comes to repairing or replacing electric motors.
AEMT News
29 March 2019
(excerpt from Drives and Controls March issue) All those involved in the repair of rotating equipment have seen considerable change in the industrial landscape over recent years. Operators have become more demanding and machinery has become more complex. All the while, maintenance and repairs need to be completed to ensure continued reliability and performance, and our members approach this challenge from both sides. Thomas Marks, Secretary to the AEMT, looks at the changing role of rotating equipment repairers.
Member News
21 March 2019
Following its most successful year to date electro mechanical engineering specialist Houghton International is now recruiting for at least 15 new jobs to help support further growth ambitions in 2019.
Member News
05 March 2019
Reducing the time to complete a repair or refurbishment of high voltage equipment minimizes downtime and increases productivity. Sulzer is continuing to invest in its design, manufacturing and testing facilities to enable faster turnarounds for customers. To keep up with growing demand, Sulzer is also increasing the capacity of its Falkirk Service Centre, where the test-bed load capacity has been doubled.
Member News
21 February 2019
When a cracked steam turbine rotor came into the Indonesian Sulzer work shop for repair, the team managed to repair and reinstall the equipment with a markable improvement on performance within a matter of weeks.

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