The EEIM (European Electrical Insulation Manufacturers) is a forward thinking, non-profit making professional body comprising many
leading names in the electrical insulation industry.
The goal of the EEIM is to promote the interest and concerns of it's members on national and international levels, with regards to aspects such as the environment, specifications, and government policies.
Interested in joining? - Would you like to be a part of a professional body that keeps you at the head of your game?
The EEIM are keen to be at the forefront of developments in the electrical insulation industry. By joining together the EEIM's members gain strength to voice their interests and opinions to the industry's legislative and governing bodies.
To find out more information about the EEIM and what they can do for your business, klick here and fill out the form..
Axalta Coating Systems joined EEIM
Axalta Coating Systems joined EEIM end of 2015. This will be another step forward for the polymers group to become a stakeholder group for our business segment.
New member VUKI
Shortly after the AGM 2015 VUKI from Bratislava/ Slovakia has decided to join EEIM as member of the Polymers group
New Officers of EEIM
Andrew Turner (Langtec Ltd. / UK) has been elected unanimously as the new Chairman of EEIM. He succeeds Patrick Veluzat who has been in this office for the past 3 years. Armin Kahnert (Stockmeier/ D) was elected as the new Product Group Chairman for the Polymers Group (Resins, varnishes and compounds).All the other officers and the Secretary were reconfirmed in their office.
Keynote speech at the AGM 2015
Rainer Hinrichs-Rahlwes ( Chairman of the European Renewables Energy Federation) gave a remarkable insight into the
”Status and Trends in the Energy Economy in Europe and Globally”
His presentation is available in the members section.
John-Neal Award 2015
Karsten Backhaus from the Technical University of Dresden is the 2015 Award winner with his paper:
"Charge Carrier based Conductivity and Breakdown Model for Oil Paper Insulation under High DC Voltage"