BCAS Plaque unveiled at Corac’s Technology Centre

by: Phil Curtis 05/10/2012

Corac Energy Technologies (CET) today unveiled the official membership plaque from the British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) at its Technology Centre in Slough, Berkshire.

CET is amongst the leading innovators of ‘oil-free’ turbocompression with their patented ‘gas bearing’ technology applicable to multiple applications across different market sectors including industrial turbocompressors used in food and beverage industries, water and sewage treatment, steam compression, PET bottle manufacturing and other sectors.

CET’s unique natural gas compression solutions for downhole, surface and offshore platforms are a leading technology development for the natural gas industry to combat depletion of natural gas resources

Commenting, Dr Melanie Rigby (Managing Director, CET) said ‘British Compressed Air Society is the most respected trade association of the compressor industry. We are delighted that we have been accepted as a member of such a prestigious body. This is an excellent way for CET to continue its efforts by further contributing back to the industry’.

About BCAS

BCAS was founded in 1930 at the instigation of the British Government. It is the only UK Technical Trade Association open to manufacturers, distributors and end users of compressed air products, portable air compressors and services.

The society and its members have the following aims:
•    To promote the use of safe and reliable power 
•    To improve the services they offer industry 
•    To encourage and help members to develop their professional competence. 
•    To bring the experience of members to bear on the conduct of business in industry for the common good.

The Society actively represents the interests of members and the compressed air industry to both United Kingdom Government, European and overseas Institutions.

Website: www.bcas.org.uk