The team are back at EMT HQ following a busy schedule in Florida last week.
All the highlights and headlines from EMT USA to follow:
New EMT office in Florida officially opens its doors to deliver service and support to US customers
EMT CEO Neil Kane, visited the new facility in Fort Lauderdale and was pleased to see US operations well underway. In addition to a sales and rentals hub, the site provides a service and calibration centre for customer equipment, providing valuable service and support for our US customers. This significant development was well received by visitors to the EMT booth at PowerTest.
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Rep conference proves very promising for the future success of EMT US operations
Having recently signed exclusive agreements with several experienced and professional US manufacturers’ representatives for our world class SF6 and Eco gas management solutions, the EMT senior management team led a conference for new appointments, which proved beneficial for all parties. A packed itinerary was delivered by VP Global Sales & Technical Services Neil Gwinnutt, which included live demonstrations and product training. The meeting was very positive and we are confident that these collaborations with established distributors, reputed for delivering premier products, will be dedicated to serving EMT customers in the Utility Substation, Transmission, Distribution and Generation industry.
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PowerTest 2023 delivers for EMT
The event was a huge success and delivered on so many levels. Proceedings kicked off with a presentation at the New Product Forum on EMT’s new multi-application SF6 & Eco gas solutions range, spearheaded by the world’s first 4in1 SF6 & Eco Gas Analyser, the Zerowaste Eco+.
This followed the next day by live product demos of our latest technologies for insulating gas analysis and handling, where the theme at the EMT booth was very much on future proofing insulating gas management equipment. There was a hive of activity with notable interest in the new Leak Hunter Dual SF6 & Eco Gas Portable Leak Detector, which generated a number of enquiries, given its appeal for addressing a major problem facing utility companies; one simple, portable instrument can perform two jobs efficiently and effectively, rapidly detecting leaks on GIS, switchgear and gas insulated compartments containing SF6 or Eco based insulating gases.
The EMT Moisture Pro also proved popular for its portability and smart features, with a number of utilities interested in adding the unit to their equipment inventory for fast, reliable and accurate moisture determination of their dry air, SF6 and alternative gas assets.
Another new concept creating a buzz at the show was the SmartMix Automated Gas Mixing System, which generated much discussion around the handling, mixing and control of gas, leading to several requests for custom projects by the EMT Engineering division.