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2019 Winners

Fletcher Moorland: Meerkat Wireless Condition Monitoring System

Product of the Year sponsored by Plant & Works Engineering

The Meerkat wireless condition monitoring system was created as a low-cost yet effective ‘fit and forget’ system that can be bolted on to any product to make it a smart product. Being wireless it’s easy and quick to install in any environment. The cloud-based software and analysis tools makes keeping an eye on machinery simple. With automatic warnings of condition change, maintenance teams have time to react to a problem before a breakdown occurs.

Houghton International: Full Stator Rewind and Core Rebuild

Project of the Year sponsored by EMIR Software

Due to its flexibility, commitment to quality and project management capabilities, Houghton International was selected to carry out a full stator rewind and core rebuild of a 26 tonne, 10 MVA nuclear safety significant Brush generator, bringing it back up to specification. Working to the agreed budget and timescales, Houghton International delivered a high-quality repair that adhered to the latest quality, environmental and safety regulations required for nuclear applications.

Central Group

Service Centre of the Year sponsored by ABB

Central Group is a family run business based in Merseyside, employing 80 staff across two sites in Knowsley and a third in the West Midlands. The business focuses on the repair of rotating equipment for industry as well as all associated electronics. With a dedicated sales office and a projects team for larger installations the company has a large and varied customer base across the whole of the UK and abroad.

Radwell International

Supplier of the Year sponsored by DRIVES & CONTROLS

Radwell International is an award-winning global leader in MRO and industrial automation solutions. With an inventory of over 20 million parts, they sell and repair new, used and obsolete products including PLCs, servo motors, HMIs, drives, hydraulics, CNC equipment and robotics. Their impressive 58,000 sq. ft. facility in Staffordshire houses a dedicated repair centre with over 2,600 testing fixtures. They offer a 24/7/365 emergency-call-out service and currently serve over 50,000 customers in 172 countries.


Contribution to Skills & Training sponsored by MUSK PROCESS SERVICES

Rotamec has developed a ‘grass roots’ training programme that works with local schools to identify potential engineers and open up a clear path for them as they start their career by offering work experience and apprenticeships. While many of our apprentices end up staying with us in full-time employment, others have gone on to develop their careers in other sectors. In all cases we provide mentoring during the training and help each apprentice to achieve their personal goals. By offering a modular education all our apprentices cover the basic requirements, while also having the opportunity to further study specific areas of interest and so begin developing a specialism.

Callum Broadhurst – Project Engineer - Musk Process Services

Rising Star Award 2019 sponsored by FANUC UK

Callum Broadhurst is a talented young Project Engineer whose engineering knowledge and project and client management skills frequently exceed those expected for his age and role. As well as being a conscientious Project Engineer, he is also a hard-working student, widening his own career opportunities by studying for a BEng alongside his full-time role, whilst working on his personal development to grow his engineering management skills. On top of this, he is a friendly, well-liked member of the team, and supports wider business initiatives such as marketing and charity fundraising.

David Walters – Brook Crompton (Retired)

Lifetime Achievement Award 2019 sponsored by AEMT

David was presented with this prestigious award for being a true champion of energy efficiency and electric motor design; someone who was pivotal in many technical developments for industry and indeed the Association throughout the entirety of his long and illustrious career. He was influential in developing the ‘AEMT/EASA Rewind Study’ and the ‘Good Practice Guide to Maintain Motor Efficiency’, which now forms the backbone for the new international repair standard that all service centres should be working towards. The diligence and time he put into raising the profile of our industry was illuminated in 1997 when he was made an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for his service to energy efficiency.

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