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AEMT Ltd (Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades)

St Saviours House
St Saviours Place
York
YO1 7PJ
United Kingdom

Telephone : +44 (0) 1904 674899
Email : admin@aemt.co.uk


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

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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....

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Postponed AEMT Ex Training course dates for 2020 21 July 2020

As with many organisations, the AEMT (Association of Electrical & Mechanical Trades) took the action of postponing all of 2020’s Ex training courses until later in the year, when it is hoped the worst of the Coronavirus will be over. ...

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AEMT Ex Course recognised by IECEx Training Provider Programme 21 February 2019

After being scrutinised by the IECEx Recognised Training Partner Programme (RTPP) Review Panel the AEMT (Association of Electrical & Mechanical Trades) Ex Training course for the repair, overhaul and reclamation of hazardous area rotating equipment is now recognised as the 25th IECEx RTP in the world. Established in 2016, the IECEx RTPP currently consists of 25 international training organizations offering training courses for all aspects of hazardous...

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IEC 60079-19: What is it and what does it mean to me? 30 October 2017

Dr. Martin Killeen of the AEMT (Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades) outlines the requirements of the international Repair, Overhaul and Reclamation of Hazardous Area Equipment standard IEC 60079-19, and highlights how it impacts on both the service provider and the end user....

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What effect will Brexit have on standards and compliance for hazardous area industries? 11 April 2017

Tim Marks represents the AEMT as a member of BSI, IEC, and IECEx standards committees for Explosive Atmospheres and Rotating Electrical Equipment. Here, he looks at some of the issues facing the Hazardous Area industry now that the UK Parliament has agreed to Brexit....

AEMT 05 January 2011

The AEMT membership includes the majority of leading UK motor, pump, and rotating machinery repair and reconditioning companies. Many of these members are also suppliers of the type of equipment that they service, including controls and electronic equipment....