Powerful new partnership with Solco Pyroelec
Posted on 11th February 2021 at 16:22
Pearson Electrical attains accredited installer status
Announcing a new partnership is always a great moment of pride for our small but incredibly hard-working team, so it’s with pleasure that we can officially declare Pearson Electrical is now an accredited installer for electrical trace heating product giants, Solco Pyroelec.
This exciting development reflects our drive to stay at the cutting-edge of electrical engineering and we are very much looking forward to helping the South Korean-based company – which manufactures and supplies industrial and commercial heat tracing and leak detection systems for hazardous and non-hazardous environments – bring its high performing products to more UK and European customers.
Mark Pearson, owner of Pearson Electrical, said: “We couldn’t be happier to have won the role of accredited installer for Solco Pyroelec. We’re very impressed with the quality of their products and the price point is so competitive that we’re able to pass on significant savings to our clients, so it’s a win-win all round.”
David Lee, Electrical Trace Heating Consultant – EMEA Region at Solco Pyroelec, said: “Our electrical trace heating products have an excellent track record and now is the right time for the company to expand further into the UK and European market.
“As a specialised manufacturer, our challenge is to transfer high quality products to high quality installed solutions for customers, hence our engagement with added value industrial installer partners.
“Pearson Electrical is the perfect partner for this task. The team already operate across Europe, and have built a formidable reputation for unrivalled skill, knowledge, and delivery. We provide all the necessary training to our installers, who operate in a vast array of different sectors and marketplaces that require ETH products.”
So far, four members of the Pearson Electrical team have completed the Solco Pyroelec training programme that leads to a three-year accreditation. The training, undertaken remotely to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions, covered four main areas: an introduction to trace heating; Solco Pyroelec products and selection; basic design principles – thermal and electrical design and control; and finally installation, testing and commissioning ETH systems.
David added: “The specialist training means the Pearson team are equipped with the right knowledge and skills to ensure our products are installed in the best way possible, so their work will be reliable and the ETH systems will need very little maintenance.
“Mark knows his market and is diligent about ensuring things are done correctly, which is important to us. In developing an accredited installer network, working with a limited number of partners of the same calibre as Pearson Electrical, we can ensure that the total installed ETH system is of high quality and provides reliability in service to the customers.”
Mark added: “This is a really positive business development for us. Not only does it give us another offering for our customers, it shows we have the backing of a major company and confirms that we are a long-term player with the capability to stay ahead of the technology curve.
“We have a lot of experience working with large chemical plants and oil refineries and plan to use Solco Pyroelec’s electrical trace heating products on a number of existing and new projects.”
Solco Pyroelec launched its UK operation in 2015, and focuses on two main ETH supply lines – hazardous and non-hazardous industrial markets; and building services and commercial – with 10-year warranties on its industrial product range and five-year warranties on its building services range. The company covers the whole process of product design, production, testing and systematic quality management in accordance with international third party approvals. Its product range includes:
• Industrial heat-tracing cables, components and controls
• Ex leak detection cable systems
• Ex heating jackets for gas cylinders
• Temperature control and monitoring devices
• Processing technology of conductive polymer composites
• Extrusion and injection mould processing of polymers
• Design, manufacturing and approval of Ex products
For more information about Solco Pyroelec, visit https://www.solcopyroelec.co.uk/
If you have a project that requires electrical trace heating systems, get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org or (01482) 225080.
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