What started in 1925 by Boris Freiherr von Wolff as a small Berlin-based company which manufactured resistors, switching and testing equipment and the motto “Reklame ErsteOrder” or “Demonstrating First Class” as a literal translation, has now grown into a global company that is synonymous with innovation and sustainable business activities in various fields of electrical engineering.
Healthcare IT solutions provider Parity Medical has announced that it has achieved REO UK's Healthcare Solutions Provider status. The Wirral based IT firm will now be able to add more value to sales of its systems by including REO's medical isolation transformers in an application. The company will be able to offer its customers preferential levels of pricing and service on the devices.
The increased complexity of medical device setups is causing concern in the medical industry. As more and more healthcare professionals use a variety of electrical equipment as part of their diagnosis and measurement regime, there is a knock-on effect on the stability of the mains power supply. Here, Steve Hughes, managing director at REO UK, explains the importance of electrical isolation and good product design.
Joint replacement has become relatively common place and is now more successful than ever. This is due to a large extent to the improved planning and increased precision of the procedure. Experience of the surgeons plays an important part in this but, possibly, even more so is the technology employed.
Power quality specialist REO UK has launched today a new compact transformer for use in medical applications. The REO Unimed is designed to overcome the growing challenge faced by doctors and nurses in ensuring medical setups meet European safety and performance standards to protect patients, especially those on life-critical machines.
Power quality expert, REO (UK) has launched a new braking resistor incorporating a component mounting surface. The novel design of the BW156.9 range will free up installation space for mounted components used with motors and variable speed drives (VSDs). At the same time, a higher ingress protection (IP) rating and forced cooling will provide better power efficiency and increase safety.
Those who visit our news section frequently may be a little confused about the title of this post. But fear not, REO UK hasn't turned into a children's publishing house. Our Tichelmann is not an orange blob with wobbly arms, but rather a system that applies to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning markets. Originally named after Albert Tichelmann, leading engineer in the field of hot water heating, the Tichelmann philosophy can be applied to the power sector as well.
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Power equipment manufacturer REO has launched its highest ingress protection (IP) equipment to date. The company's years of experience working with clients that operate in harsh environments has allowed it to enhance its REOunity range, adding IP65 and IP66 rated chokes, braking resistors and EMC filters, to handle aggressive environments and severe climatic conditions.
Power quality expert REO UK is celebrating its 25th anniversary this month. A division of REO AG, the Shropshire based firm was setup in 1989 to cater for the growing demand for high-quality power equipment for use in industrial automation. With 300% geographic and an increase in turnover of 8000% over the last quarter-century, the company focuses much of its research and development on new markets such as renewable energy and electric vehicles.