Latest electrical company news
Aluminium production is big business in India and FLIR thermal imaging is helping producers to reduce the cost of the process by assuring that plant and equipment is running optimally through predictive maintenance.
The technology is used for inspecting all electro-mechanical plant and systems, furnace ducts, heating chambers and tanks and also for monitoring scale build-up in pipes and vessels. Any problems are then scheduled for repair during maintenance shutdowns. In this way faults are c... [more]
The emergency lowering device recently introduced by J D Neuhaus for their EH range of air operated hoists can now also be supplied as a standard feature on their Profi Ti line from 25 to 60 tonnes lift capacity.
Hoists incorporating the emergency lowering device option are equipped with a separate air tank, with two additional buttons also incorporated into the hand controllers. This air reservoir is automatically maintained at the full working air pressure during normal hoist operations. Th... [more]
INDEPENDENT jewellers, Jacobs of Reading, are showcasing their stock in a whole new light.
The family-owned firm has invested in new cabinet lighting systems to enhance their precious collections of diamonds, jewellery and watches.
These bespoke luminaries have been provided by Display Lighting, based in Altrincham, as part of a shop-improvement programme. This involved updating the lighting system for a range of jewellery displays.
Paul Breedon, Managing Director of Display Lighting, d... [more]
Dow Electrical & Telecommunications (Dow E&T), a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, signed DOW INSIDE license agreement with Jiangsu Shangshang Cable Group which is a leading wire & cable products manufacturer in China.
Under the terms of the DOW INSIDE agreement, Shangshang Cable will use DOW ENDURANCE™ insulation, semi-conductive and jacketing materials to manufacture electronics wiring and/or medium and high voltage power cables. In exchange, Dow E&T will provide the companies with... [more]
The Electricians Tax Safe Plan (ETSP) will begin in February 2012 and give an opportunity for electricians and electrical fitters to come forward and declare unpaid tax.
Stephen Barratt, private client director at James Cowper comments: “A similar initiative for plumbers has so far generated an additional £1.98million, so it is no surprise HRMC is utilising similar tactics with electricians.”
It’s likely that the Revenue holds information relating to electricians as they did for plumbers... [more]
Trade Skills 4U have joined forces with JTL to offer the most recognised electrician’s NVQ qualification of its kind in the UK. Thanks to this new agreement, the two organisations are working together to deliver NVQ Diploma qualifications to electrical apprentices looking to become fully qualified in the electrical industry.
Candidates looking to train within this industry will now be able to benefit from this collaboration as they will effectively receive the ‘best bits’ from two nationally ... [more]