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AEMT News
30 April 2020
Scheduled for Thursday 26th November 2020, at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Coventry, the fourth AEMT Gala Awards Dinner will once again bring together the entire electrical and mechanical trades sector in a celebration of business and professional excellence. Recognising and rewarding the achievements of both individuals and companies operating within the electrical & mechanical maintenance and repair sector, personal endeavour, product innovation, skills training, engineering advancement and commercial acumen will once again be acknowledged and celebrated.
AEMT News
29 April 2020
Leasing has become an increasingly popular choice when it comes to funding a new car. Small regular payments enable the ongoing use of a brand-new car and includes warranties and maintenance support. With large electric motors requiring similar capital expenditure for a complete purchase, could manufacturers or suppliers offer similar benefits through a leasing agreement? Thomas Marks, Secretary at the AEMT, looks at a possible way to keep large-scale industrial sites equipped with reliable and efficient electric motors.
Member News
25 March 2020
Sulzer’s expertise in the design of electronic components improves reliability for customers
An issue with the diode ratings and the lack of surge protection in one design of rotating rectifier has been experienced by several rail operators, causing trains to be taken out of service. Working with its rail industry customers, maintenance engineering specialist Sulzer has recognized the common fault and developed a solution to the issue. The result is a faster repair that is now reducing the downtime for affected trains and helping to maintain scheduled services.
Industry News
12 March 2020
Over 50,000 visitors hit Virtual Exhibition platform
Operators of the V-Ex virtual exhibition platform have confirmed that over 50,000 people have recently visited online digital trade shows, sales environments and conferences. The unfortunate spread of Coronavirus has resulted in many exhibitors and visitors seeking a safe alternative to live physical shows.
Member News
27 February 2020
Rotamec contacted the supplier to source a spare fan unit including a new motor.
Most of us will have indulged in fast food on a long motorway drive. Restaurants at services receive a large quantity of customers - especially on weekends. One Sunday morning, a popular southern fried chicken restaurant at a services near Reading suffered a ventilation fan failure that stopped cooking completely. Luckily, Rotamec was available to quickly solve the problem.
Industry News
26 February 2020
Visitors can take a virtual walk around the show 365 days a year, from anywhere with internet access
What defines a virtual exhibition for many people is the ability to walk around the hall in 3D virtual space. IndustryExpo.online has announced that it is now possible to do just this using your PC or mobile device. Accessible from your standard web browser, visitors can explore the exhibition hall and view a large number of individual exhibition stands in full HD. At the click of a button, visitors can then enter the stands and learn about all the products and services on display.
Member News
20 February 2020
Willsbridge Mill on the edge of Bristol is popular with dog walkers and historians alike.
Willsbridge Mill on the edge of Bristol is popular with dog walkers and historians alike. Constructed in 1792 and surrounded by the natural beauty of Willsbridge Valley, it attracts tourists from far and wide. Set in an isolated area far from the mains drains however, dealing with wastewater poses a challenge. When the old packaged pumping station at the site failed, Willsbridge Mill turned to Rotamec, who installed a green, cost-effective treatment system that removed the need for a pump altogether.
Member News
12 February 2020
Abu Dhabi workshop extends facilities to better meet customer demand
With a growing portfolio of international customers Quartzelec, the independent engineering service provider globally recognised as an expert in rotating electrical machines, has just made significant investment in its existing motor testing and reporting facility in Abu Dhabi - providing a greater range of test and evaluation services that conform to the latest safety standards.
Member News
21 January 2020
Quartzelec’s revolutionary new ‘Rosenberry’ synchronous motor starting hub receives Ex ‘ec’ certific
Rosenberry hub certified to be used in hazardous environments Having just had full ATEX and IECEx Ex ‘ec’ certification for its Rosenberry Hub, Quartzelec, the independent engineering service provider that’s globally recognised as an expert in rotating electrical machines, can now offer awaiting customers a synchronous motor starting hub that conforms to all the latest standards and can be used in hazardous environments.
AEMT News
14 January 2020
As more data becomes available about climate change and the influence of carbon emissions means all aspects of industry are being encouraged to reduce their carbon footprint. From the power generation sector to end users, everyone can make a contribution and AEMT Service Centres are well-placed to offer both advice and solutions that will help meet national targets.

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