Maintec 2015, the leading UK event for the maintenance, plant and asset management industry, which returns to Birmingham’s NEC on 24-26 March, has experienced an unprecedented level of exhibitors signing up for the show. Many are using Maintec, which is celebrating its 40th edition, to launch new technologies and concepts.
RMS Reliability will present its new web-based learning series, iLearnReliability. It is designed to help industrial plants establish sustainable reliability improvement programs, via four training modules aimed at upper management, reliability and engineering managers, condition monitoring technicians and mechanics, and plant floor operators and craftspeople.
eMaint will be showcasing its new eMaint MX Mobile, a wireless version of its computerised maintenance management software. It provides an easy-to-use, cost-effective solution for maintenance personnel in the field. Designed to run on smart phones, tablets, or any browser-based device, eMaint MX reduces the need for paperwork and frees technicians from their desktop computer.
Acutest will be displaying its HT MacroTest G3 Multifunction Meter, an innovative instrument capable of carrying out safety tests on domestic and industrial electric systems. The Cable Detection EZiTEX t100 Signal Transmitter and the FLIR E8 Thermal Imaging Camera will also be exhibited.
For all those looking for the latest in CMMS systems, the Ashcom Technology stand is a must see. The company will be showcasing its MaintiMizer BlackBox, which is an all-in-one CMMS/EAM solution created for businesses with small or non-existent IT departments. It contains everything needed to be successful wrapped up in a self-contained network appliance. Also on display will be its flagship product, the MaintiMizer Web Edition and its Software as a Service, MaintiMizer.com.
CEJN, the quick connect specialist, will be exhibiting its MultiFLOW Air & Fluid Gun, which effectively cleans surfaces with air or water, using an unparalleled blowing force. Also on display will be CEJN’s coupling series eSafe and its full range of hose and cable reels.
Crimson Industrial Vision will be using Maintec 2015 to highlight its range of remote visual inspection systems and thermal imaging cameras. On show will be its VISIO PRIME Inspector, which is a portable 6mm robust industrial endoscope system, with full 4-way articulation and light output, capable of taking both video (mpeg) and still (jpeg) images. Crimson Industrial Vision will also be presenting its INVIZ VUMAN Ra-Y, a premium video endoscope system with the unique Remote Focus capability, enabling the user to adjust the focus for optimum image quality while the probe is deployed.
SGS Baseefa will be using the show to present its certification services and training materials, whilst also offering trained experts to answer any questions visitors might have about certification of explosion protected equipment. Whilst returning exhibitor, KeyTracker will be presenting its key and tool tracking systems, which allow organisations to secure, control, track, and maximise the usage of important equipment.
First time exhibitor, IndySoft will also be using the show to promote its IndySoft Software and its Motion Tablet Computer. The Motion F5v has an integrated 1D and 2D barcode scanner built into the carry handle as well as an option for RFID tracking. It also comes with Gorilla® Glass, which offers up to four times the strength in breakage resistance, perfect for real-world mobile work environments.
In addition to a full exhibition, Maintec 2015 will also feature a practical seminar programme called The Business Exchange and The Business Strategy Forum which tackles the hot topics and challenges within the industry. There will also be additional show floor entertainment in the form of favourite, Lions’ Lair, which will see the event’s newest technologies, innovations and concepts pitched to an expert panel in a bid to find the best in show.