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2802, 2018

FILTERALL SUPPORT NIE NETWORKS TO HELP ELECTRICITY TO FLOW IN NORTHERN IRELAND

Filterall were delighted to deliver a state of the art solution to NIE Networks recently. Northern Ireland Electricity Networks (NIE Networks) owns the electricity transmission and distribution network and operates the electricity distribution network which transports electricity to over 860,000 customers. ( more information at nienetworks.co.uk ) In 2016 Filterall and NIE Networks exchanged initial ideas regarding what was needed. NIE concluded that to treat their electrical oils, they would ideally require a substantial oil purification plant (to remove water and gas) and [...]

1511, 2017

Filterall move forward with Shell and SD Myers

Filterall are proud to announce that they continue to work with Shell and SD Myers. In November 2017 Filterall brought the experts from their training partners SD Myers ( www.sdmyers.com ) to the UK , to deliver the 3rd training course to Shell in 4 years. Shell continue to lead the way in the energy sector. See link below http://www.shell.com/business-customers/lubricants-for-business/shell-diala-electrical-oils.html Shell provided the course to support the development of staff at key clients in the energy sector. The training course was tailored to [...]

1509, 2016

Wet environment and having transformers in remote locations

Many Filterall clients are faced with the dual challenge of operating in a wet environment and having transformers in remote locations. Filterall have the solution. Our oil filtration and de-hydration systems are tailor made, to meet client needs. Remote locations often require smaller, but sturdy mobile units. One such unit was recently delivered to Manx Utilities in the beautiful but very wet Isle Of Man. This unit was built on a roadworthy chassis, in a weatherproof body. This should ensure the Manx Utilities [...]

1912, 2015

FILTERALL CONTINUE TO WORK WITH S.D.MYERS AND SHELL UK

Filterall are pleased to confirm their continued work with S.D.Myers and Shell UK. At the end of 2015 Filterall , in conjunction with S.D.Myers, provided a group of Shell clients with a training course covering Transformer Maintenance. The course was tailored specifically to the need of UK power sector engineers, and included a tour of the University of Manchester, Electrical Energy and Power Systems Group.

801, 2015

Filterall delivers Transformer Oil Regeneration unit to The University of Manchester

Filterall are pleased to announce the recent delivery of a Filterall Transformer Oil Regeneration unit to The University of Manchester. The University ’s prestigious Electrical Energy and Power Systems Group. This unit was specifically designed to work with a Filterall Transformer Oil Purifier, which has been on site at The University of Manchester since 2007. The 2 units will be used together to assist studies and research on transformers and transformer oil.

601, 2015

Filterall began life as a sales unit of General Electric

DID YOU KNOW ? Many of Filterall’s younger clients are surprised to learn that Filterall began life as a sales unit of General Electric. Founder and former Managing Director of Filterall, Trevor Bowler takes up the story “I was a director at General Electric’s factory in Johannesburg, South Africa in the 1980’s. When my family moved back to the UK, we thought there was an opportunity to market and sell the General Electric electrical oil technology in the UK, and Filterall was created [...]

2001, 2014

FILTERALL and SD Myers deliver Transformer training to Shell UK

Everybody working in the power sector understands how expensive and critical transformers are. When Shell UK was ready to launch its new range of electrical transformer oils ( http://www.powertransformernews.com/long/?back=14&pos=308&start=0 ) they wanted to arrange some training for staff and clients relating to transformer maintenance. As part of its range of services Filterall offers various bespoke training packages to the power sector. “Having established Shell’s needs, it was decided that the best training available was the Principles of Transformer Maintenance course from SD Myers [...]

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