Continued expansion has resulted in the need for larger full functional test facilities; as such ERIKS Aintree Industrial Electronics have relocated to a state of the art facility and we would like to invite customers to join them at their Grand Opening and Know-how Event on the 13th and 14th of March 2013.
The event will provide a clear understanding of how this new local facility can help improve production reliability whilst minimising operating costs through improved efficiencies. On show will be the latest product and maintenance innovations by ERIKS along with technical specialists to explain how to get the most from them.
Why not visit one of the seminars running over the two days and join in the debate. The seminars are for engineers, by engineers who have the practical experience and proven track records of implementing the technologies on site. They have come across many of the potential site issues and have the solutions. If you have any specific site issues you would like ERIKS to address and require a private one to one with like minded professionals this can be arranged on the day.
Tour the Facilities
Take a tour with one of the technical team who can introduce some of the best practices and procedures we operate throughout the business or explain how we problem solve for our customers across all industrial electronics, rotating equipment, pumps, gearboxes and high voltage systems. At Aintree Electronics there is a unique range of skills and services on site to support customers.
ERIKS Aintree Know-How Seminar Programme
Running over both days, these seminars are free to attend but spaces are limited so please reserve your space by contacting your local service centre.
Condition Monitoring; control via the web
by Bill Knox of ERIKS UK
Over the last few years Bill's presentations on predictive maintenance and condition monitoring have drawn the largest crowds at events around the country. Bill will be introducing the latest in remote monitoring via the cloud and demonstrating how mobile technology allows you to be constantly in touch with operation performance, collaborate to solve issues more quickly and potentially before they affect your lines performance.
Running on 13th & 14th March 10:00 & 14.00
Energy saving with inverter technology
by Andrew Bevins of ERIKS UK
The seminar covers the basic inverter applications that can save significant costs with variable torque loads such as pumps and fans. Other, not so obvious applications, will also be covered including tasc drive (eddy current) coupled motors and DC to AC motor upgrades on extruder applications.
Running on 13th & 14th March 11.00 & 1500
HV Machines and Power Services
by Ian Smith of ERIKS UK
In this session ERIKS will discuss some of the practical solutions to reduce risk, minimise downtime and avert catastrophic failure to high cost major items of plant. The testing and monitoring of switchgear, transformers and high voltage machines will provide you with the information required to ensure the continued operability of your plant
Running on 13th & 14th March 12.00 & 16:00
Motors; repair or replace for efficiency and cost gains
by Gareth Lenton of ERIKS UK
Bringing knowledge based technology to the decision making process, Gareth will be discussing the pros and cons of repairing or replacing motors, all the variables that should be considered along with a cloud based software solution help you make the right decision within minutes.
Running on 13th & 14th March 13.00 & 17:00
To book your place or for more information, contact your local Service Centre using the link on the left