New energy products at Abu Dhabi event
Abu Dhabi, September 18, 2013
Leading manufacturers are set to showcase their latest products for the regional energy sector, while industry experts address key issues at a conference to be held in Abu Dhabi next week.
The Power + Water Middle East will take place from September 23 to 25 at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre.
Saint-Gobain PAM, the division representing the pipeline activity of the French Saint-Gobain Group, which will introduce PAM Academy, a training facility for water pipeline engineers.
It will provide specialist training in the region covering the manufacture, design, inspection, installation and commissioning of water pipeline systems.
“The academy provides practical education to both experienced and graduate engineers. This training allows water authorities, their design consultants and installers to get the best from their pipeline assets, by reducing water leakage, managing maintenance costs and hence maximising the return on their asset investment,” said Sebastien Guillemot, marketing manager for the Middle East.
“Constant product innovation, changing international standards along with the regional engineering challenges means there is always new and vital information to share and learn. We will receive the first batch of our trainee’s next month followed by a second batch in December.”
Jindal Saw Gulf, an Abu Dhabi-based manufacturer of ductible iron pipes will introduce their biggest manufacturing facility in the Mena region at the event.
The UAE-based Dafnia Technologies will launch its latest datacentre cooling solutions installed with unique features to help reduce datacentre power consumption, while Omicron Electronics will launch Cibano 500, the latest test system for medium and high voltage circuit breakers.
Anita Mathews, director of organisers Informa Energy Group, said: “The event will feature more than 4,000 sq m of exhibition space, and will have product demonstrations, networking functions and more than 100 local and international exhibitors showcasing the widest range of power and energy products in the region.” - TradeArabia News Service
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