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Quartzelec – Explosive Environment (EX) Concepts and Repairs of Electric Motors

Seminar

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Quartzelec offers a formidable range of competencies and expertise in electrical engineering, within the following fields.

Date and Time

21 January 2014 - 19:30-21:30

Location

Scunthorpe, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Jointly organised by the Humber and Humber local networks.


About this event

Electric motors can operate within most industrial environments including atmospheres were explosive materials can have a prolonged presence.
Attendance will provide an insight into:-
•Types of design concepts
•Maintenance and repair requirements to ensure the equipment meets original design standard and/or British repair standard.
•Legal requirements of OEM/asset owner/motor repairer

Programme

7.00pm Refreshments
7.30pm Event starts.

Additional information

Speaker:  Matt Brown – General Manager
 
Quartzelec offers a formidable range of competencies and expertise in electrical engineering, within the following fields:
    High Voltage Services
    Rotating Electrical Machines
    Electrical Services

Registration information

General public are welcome. Prior registration is preferred.
Enquiries: Stuart Gregory, stuart.gregory@P66.com

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