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AEMT News
29 November 2021
The Winners of the 2021 AEMT Awards were announced during a Gala Presentation Ceremony in Coventry on Thursday 18th November. Attended by some two hundred people from across the electrical and mechanical trades arena, the evening once again proved to be a wonderful evening of reward and celebration. Having been postponed from its original 2020 dateline due the pandemic, there was a great deal of anticipation ahead of the event with all attendees eager to reunite and re-engage with their colleague and peers.
Member News
26 October 2021
Morten Wierod, President at ABB Motion believes high-efficiency motors and drives are central to the world’s invisible climate solution.
Member News
26 October 2021
When an acute NHS hospital in the Greater Manchester area recently needed to carry out planned ‘intrusive’ maintenance of its main LV switchgear, it called upon Quartzelec to carry out the task over two planned evening shifts.
Member News
26 October 2021
Electrolux DO Brasil S.A is planning to expand its production capacity. For this to happen safely and effectively, the organisation has purchased two 34.5/11.9kV with 15MVA dry transformers from WEG to supply loads connected to more than ten transformers with a voltage class of 11.9kV, which are installed in the plant.
Member News
26 October 2021
Condition-based monitoring is a proactive maintenance health check for all types of electromechanical equipment and is crucial for identifying underlying system performance issues without stopping production.
Member News
26 October 2021
WHEN LARGE MOTORS OPERATING AT HIGH OUTPUT fail, there can be long lead times for a replacement manufactured from scratch. Customised configuration of a suitable standard motor can offer an economical alternative.
Member News
26 October 2021
WEBB-ELEC quickly jumped into action after it received a call from the manager of a hotel saying that they had no incoming water supply due to a failed pump, at what was an incredibly busy time – the hotel was hosting three wedding receptions during the week, which would have to be cancelled if the water supply could not be reinstated.
Member News
26 October 2021
Estimates suggest that globally, around 60 million tonnes of waste electronic equipment are thrown away every year. As we fight the effects of global warming, growing pressure from consumers and environmental groups means this level of disposal is unacceptable. With this in mind, Matt Fletcher, Managing Director at Fletcher Moorland, dispels some myths surrounding the practice of repairing printed circuit boards and outlines some of the benefits.
AEMT News
26 October 2021
Whether you are looking to replace or repair a motor, when talking to your supplier or service provider, it is important to give them accurate details of the motor you currently have. The most relevant information should be recorded on the motor's nameplate. To help users understand the information on their motor nameplates, Karl Metcalfe, Technical Support at the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades, explains what key elements mean.
Member News
26 October 2021
Offshore oil fields need to optimise productivity to remain profitable, and this often means that water injection pumps are used to increase the speed of oil recovery. These high energy pumps need to deliver reliable performance from day one, so when a Norwegian offshore platform required expert support to repair two pumps, it called on Sulzer’s design and manufacturing expertise, as flow discovered.

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