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AEMT Ltd (Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades)

Suite 2G, Tower House Business Centre
Fishergate
York
YO10 4UA
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 (0) 1904 674899
Email : admin@aemt.co.uk
Web : https://www.theaemt.com/


Article archive for AEMT Ltd (Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades);

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AI-powered tool to simplify navigating electromechanical repair and maintenance standards 09 January 2024

The Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) is working with the British Standards Institute (BSI) and UKRI’s Driving the Electric Revolution Challenge, delivered by Innovate UK, to develop an AI-powered tool to help electromechanical repair specialists ensure they repair hazardous area motors to the correct standard....

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Are you documenting Ex repairs? 01 December 2021

Wherever there are gaseous atmospheres and dust, there is the potential for explosions with disastrous results. It is easy to see why legislation relating to hazardous areas and ensuring it is followed is important....

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Are you repairing Ex Equipment safely? 20 October 2021

If you are responsible for hazardous area Ex equipment you need to know it is being repaired, overhauled and rewound correctly. The AEMT’s Ex repair training courses can give you this knowledge to support the safety of your staff and plant and ensure ongoing legal compliance...

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Are you using certified repair specialists for your Ex equipment? 21 September 2021

Find electromechanical repair specialist that have met stringent requirements, demonstrating that they have the expertise and ability to repair Hazardous Area Ex Equipment – visit the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) Ex Register. Choose a repair specialist from the AEMT Ex Register and maintain the safety of your staff, equipment and facilities....

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Entrust your Ex equipment repair to a recognised repairer 24 August 2021

The Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades’ (AEMT) Ex Register lists association members who have met stringent requirements, demonstrating that they have the expertise and ability to repair Hazardous Area Ex Equipment. Maintain the safety of your staff, equipment, and facilities – choose a repair specialist from the AEMT Ex Register....

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AEMT announces onsite and online Ex Training Course schedule 02 July 2021

The AEMT (Association of Electrical & Mechanical Trades) has announced the remaining training dates in 2021 for its Ex Training Courses, which will take place online and in classrooms. These programs are designed for mechanical and electrical engineers that carry out repairs on motors, pumps, gearboxes and other equipment operating in hazardous area zones....

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Book your place for Ex equipment repair refresher courses from the AEMT 11 June 2021

All staff involved in the repair, overhaul or reclamation of Ex equipment such as motors, pumps or gearboxes should be properly trained for these tasks. Periodically this training needs to be refreshed. The AEMT has developed online training and refresher courses that enable delegates to complete training on Ex-rated equipment....

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Hazardex 2021 Conference Paper - Taking Responsibility for Repairs to Ex rated machinery 22 April 2021

Operating equipment in potentially explosive atmospheres comes with a certain amount of responsibility. Not least using components with the correct equipment protection concepts for the working environment. When maintenance and repairs are required, it is important that owners/operators understand what is expected of them to ensure continued safety and reliability....

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AEMT’s online Ex training hits the mark 23 March 2021

The challenges of Covid-19 are affecting every business and where possible, some aspects have been transferred to an online setting. Professional training remains as important as ever and the AEMT has developed online courses that enable delegates to complete training on Ex-rated equipment to acquire or renew certification....

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Taking responsibility for repairs to Ex-rated motors 16 November 2020

Operating equipment in potentially explosive atmospheres comes with a certain amount of responsibility, not least to use correctly designed components that have the features necessary for the environment. When maintenance and repairs are required, it is important that operators understand what is expected of them to ensure continued safety and reliability....