Canadian asset condition monitoring specialist JAtech Services has joined AVT Reliability Group following its acquisition by AES Engineering.

The acquired business will be part of a group of reliability-focused businesses owned by AES Engineering Ltd, including AESSEAL, a designer and manufacturer of mechanical seals.

JAtech Services specializes in the prevention and resolution of problems with machines, foundations and structures.

AVT Reliability, based in Warrington, Cheshire, has, over the past three years, launched products including the Machine Sentry cloud-based condition monitoring system and EasyBrace, a universal bracing system designed for structural vibration reduction in pipes of small diameter.

Chris Rea, Group Managing Director at AES Engineering Ltd, said: “We view the acquisition of JAtech Services as a significant improvement in the reliability services we can provide to our customers in Canada.

“Asset reliability products and services are a rapidly growing and rapidly developing area of ​​technology. The acquisition of JAtech Services, supported by a growing portfolio of world-class IoT instruments and cloud-based software under the Machine Sentry brand, is part of a strategic move to globalize our reliability-driven business. It will support and be supported by the global groups AESSEAL and AVT, because reliability is in our DNA.

AES Engineering, headquartered in Rotherham, is the holding company of AESSEAL, AVT Reliability Ltd, AVT Pump Ltd, ProPack Dichtungen und Packungen AG and others.

The company has bases in 230 locations around the world, supplies customers in 104 countries and employs more than 1,800 people.



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