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Apprenticeships in Electro-Mechanical Engineering

Mid Kent Electrical (MKE), like many members of the AEMT, are finding that the top 10% of their staff will be reaching retirement age within the next 5 years, a worrying statistic given that the majority of repair knowledge is locked up inside their heads with no other way of transferring the knowledge other than through one-to-one communication.
Clyde Blowers Capital Acquires Preformed Windings
Clyde Blowers Capital is pleased to announce the acquisition of Sheffield based Preformed Windings Ltd, a manufacturer of High Voltage Coils for Electric Motors and Generators, from Deritend Industries Ltd. Preformed Windings will join the electric machines group of companies within Clyde Blowers Capital (“CBC”).
Quartzelec wins partial discharge monitoring contract for UAE based gas producer
Regular monitoring of electrical machines will lead to improved reliability and performance
Steel fabricators need to beat countdown to CE marking deadline

Within the construction industry, 1st July 2014 marks the point when all fabricated structural steelwork must meet the harmonised European standard BS EN 1090 and carry the CE mark. The certification process can take more than 12 months to complete, depending on the procedures already in place and most companies should have now either completed it or are in the final stages.
UK government approves giant 1200MW East Anglia offshore wind farm

The UK government has given the green light to the East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm off the coast of Suffolk, which has the potential to become the biggest wind farm in the world.
Eight 4.3MW fan motors from WEG drive emission reducing SCR plant at Ratcliffe-on-Soar power station

E.ON has guaranteed the future viability of its Ratcliffe-on-Soar coal fired power station by installing a new selective catalytic reduction (SCR) emission control facility to reduce emissions. Driving the SCR process, which uses ammonia to neutralise Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) in exhaust gases, are eight highly efficient WEG 4300kW MGF710 Motors.
Keeping the Lights On - Turbine Generator Repair - The Turnkey Solution

The worldwide consumption of energy continues to rise unabated and so the need for improved efficiency as well as new sources of energy is increasing accordingly. David Hardy, Commercial Manager at Sulzer's high voltage coil manufacturing facility based at the Birmingham Service Centre, UK, looks at the challenges facing power station operators and the potential to improve the efficiency and reliability of the existing generator base.
Sulzer Restructure Brings Investment To High-Voltage Coil Production In Birmingham, UK

Sulzer has recently announced a corporate restructuring process; creating a new service division as part of a strategic move to focus the company’s activities in three market sectors: oil and gas, power and water. Integrating all services for rotating equipment into one service division has resulted in a leading role for the company’s high-voltage coil production facility based at the Birmingham Service Centre, in the UK.
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