In a move which will further solidify its status as a leading manufacturer of high quality power equipment, REO UK has obtained a patent for the water cooling and encapsulation of chokes. Used in railway, renewable and regenerative applications, the new chokes improve size and efficiency, helping customers make further energy savings.
Leading test equipment manufacturer REO (UK), has launched a new high voltage direct current (HVDC) power supply for multi-function use. The REOLAB 420 boasts a range of high-stability innovations to improve testing in railway engineering.
Shropshire based component manufacturer REO UK has joined the North Staffordshire Chamber of Commerce. Despite being a business from outside the area, REO has joined the Staffordshire branch in order to work effectively with its customers based in the county.
Yesterday the REO team, made up of Michelle, Steve and Tim, got up bright and early and set up shop at Southern Manufacturing. And although we were bright, the weather was ... well quite the opposite.
A few weeks ago, REO's Steve Hughes and Tim Cook attended a business networking event at the Engenuity Center in Ironbridge. Organized by the Corrosion Prevention Association (CPA) and BAC Corrosion Control, the aim of the event was to promote a debate on cathodic protection and corrosion prevention methods. REO088 - Ironbridge
In mission critical industries such as pharmaceuticals or paper and pulp, a motor malfunction can translate to millions in lost profit. Looking after the bearings in your motor by improving power quality increases its lifespan and reduces maintenance related downtime, explains Steve Hughes of REO UK.
The cost of cables is rising in manufacturing as the result of the need for lengthy shielded cable to tackle attenuation and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) issues.
Compounded by increasing commodity prices, this is leading many original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to look for cost effective solutions. Here Steve Hughes, managing director of REO UK, explores how OEMs can anchor spiraling cable costs using sine wave filters.
Business purchasing decisions are increasingly being made in a vicious cycle of short-termism, even under circumstances where a long term strategy may yield higher return on investment (ROI). At a time when austerity measures are leading businesses to cut costs, Tim Cooke, business development manager at REO UK, discusses how manufacturers can use high current line reactors to make considerable energy savings, increase motor life and reduce electromagnetic interference (EMI) issues.
It is that time of year again where we would like to wish all of our customers and colleagues a very Happy Christmas and a Prosperous New Year.
Our offices will be closing for the Christmas period on Monday 23rd December and will re-open on Thursday 2nd of January 2014.
REO will demonstrate its expertise in manufacturing high efficiency power quality technology, contributing to significant energy savings, at Southern Manufacturing 2014, on February 12th and 13th. Booth J49 will showcase products including the CNW933 Sinewave filter, the energy saving CNW903 choke and the long life CNW961 Sinusoidal filter Plus ++.