Several Lintott employees had the opportunity to attend 18th Edition Live on the 4th of July. This was a unique technical conference on the 18th Edition of IET wiring regulations that was streamed live via satellite from the Faraday Theatre in London to 40 cinema screens across the UK, Presented by NICEIC and ELECSA. Over 6,000 people from the electrical industry attended across the UK. To discover more, please click here.
Celebrating International Women in Engineering Day 2018, students from 11 Suffolk secondary schools received an insight into the amazing world of engineering. Lintott Managers Elaine Woodrow (right) & Anna Hinson (left) responded to the call-to-arms to help promote engineering as a brilliant & rewarding career choice for female students. In addition to celebrating the next generation of women engineers, the event also focused on how women are ‘raising the bar’ in terms of more diversity within the sector. To discover more, please click here.
Lintott is an ardent patron of Corporate Social Responsibility. The Company has now participated in 150 community events since the launch of the Company’s formal engagement policy in February 2015.
Through its 8-strong team of STEM Ambassadors, Lintott takes a leadership role in supporting teaching & promotional activities targeting science, technology, engineering & mathematics in schools & colleges. In particular, Lintott seeks to inspire young people to pursue a career in engineering. But it doesn’t stop there, amongst many other things Lintott also plays a pioneering role in helping to connect & develop the regions industrial base & economy. For more information, please contact Anna Hinson, Business Assurance Manager via email@example.com.
3 years in the making, Lintott has now fully launched its industry-defining & award winning Digital Delivery Suite, i-Catalyst® (accessible via Lintott’s web-portal).
i-Catalyst® consists of a collection of integrated software-based collaborative tools, which enable both the client & company personnel to work together to plan, design, build & to deliver products, as well as to maximise equipment up time once in the field – collectively giving rise to dramatic benefits! The cornerstone of the suite is the “Lin-finity Builder” platform. This is an on-line full design application which enables electrical control panels & ICA sections to be designed / configured in a highly intuitive & automated environment – resulting in a major reduction in time & cost. A similar application for dosing products will be available very soon. Watch this space!
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Digital pioneer, Lintott Control Systems Limited, is honoured to receive the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2018. Just 5 months earlier, the Company was proclaimed “Business of the Year” at the 2017 EDP Business Awards. The Queen’s Awards for Enterprise are the UK’s most prestigious business awards, given only to companies or individuals who are outstanding in their field.
Since 2015, Lintott has been developing a ground-breaking Digital Delivery Suite, known as i-Catalyst®. The cornerstone of the Suite is an online design tool, which enables both internal & external users to design Motor Control Centre products within a highly intuitive & automated environment. Electrical schematics, general arrangement drawings, bill of materials & user manuals are all produced automatically.
Full visibility of the price is enabled, along with the option to purchase. The application radically reduces the design phase, from tens of days to hours. But it doesn’t stop there: The Suite also comprises aligned digital tools, including a production planning application, project delivery portal & an application to support the operability & maintenance of products whilst in service.
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Working collaboratively with Morrison Utility Services, Lintott Control Systems was awarded Yorkshire Water’s AMP6 Pontefract Lane ‘Position Control Valve’ project (part of the Leeds Calm Network scheme). Although the client provided an incumbent design concept, as a direct result of Lintott’s Value Strategy (which includes the specific application of design for manufacture, assembly & maintenance principles), the Company’s Technical Function provided a re-engineered solution to the delight of the client! This included combining three previously separate “Form 1” control panels within a “Form 4” design, alongside the removal of a prior complex conduit scheme & significantly reduced field cabling.
Adding such value fuelled by ground-breaking design digitisation & automation (reducing design time from weeks to days & even hours) & a growing service & aftercare proposition is everyday practice! To discover more, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you!
Lintott recently was awarded a multiple unit supply contract for Anglian Water to supply packaged UV disinfection systems. This included a system which was built-off site, installed and commissioned at Anglian Water’s Beck Row Water Treatment Works. Beck Row is a village in Suffolk, England. The village is close to RAF Mildenhall and is home to about 3000 people. Lintott’s solution not only contributed to zero negative efficiencies, it eliminated on-site build costs – both recorded and endorsed by the client and just 2 examples pertaining to the benefits of build-off site. Pictured below is the system being lowered into place. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
It is with great pride that Lintott can announce it scored 100% in all but two areas (of eight) pertaining to its most recent Achilles UVDB Assessment, with ‘industry-defining’ scores for the third-year running. This also reflects three different assessors on each occasion!
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|Corporate Social Responsibility||100%||Corporate Social Responsibility||100%|
Lintott Managing Director, David Owen, commented; “I am delighted with this result for the third consecutive year. I am, however, completely fastidious about the necessity to continuously improve every aspect of our business.”
“I therefore call on every Lintott colleague to increase their rigor, & to ensure that the customer is central to every business activity & decision.”
“I look forward to working with my colleagues throughout 2018, as together, we continue to reinvent our Company & to do everything possible to delight the client.”
Lintott Control Systems Limited is delighted to advise that it is the only supplier to be awarded two (liquid) Chemical Dosing Framework Lots for Thames Water (FA1310 Chemical Dosing Equipment). The Lot 2 agreement covers liquid disinfection, and Lot 4, wastewater dosing, which extends the long period & multiple AMP (capital expenditure) periods where Lintott has supplied Thames Water with its portfolio of high-quality solutions.
Thames Water is the UK’s largest water & wastewater services company. Each day, it supplies 2.6 billion litres of fresh water and treats 4.4 billion litres of wastewater – extending to some 15 million customers.
Steve Tyler, Proposals Manager for treatment products at Lintott, commented, “We are thrilled to have been awarded both dosing framework Lots for Thames Water. We recognise the constantly evolving nature of the Sector and we’re therefore constantly seeking to add value and provide innovative integrated solutions. Through this and aligned business activities, we’re committed to assisting Thames Water in delivering the best level of service for its customers.”
Lintott has one of the most comprehensive ranges of factory-built packaged water & wastewater treatment systems available from one source. This includes solutions for: Temporary dosing; Drinking water treatment (including Fluoridation); Wastewater treatment; Odour control; Sludge treatment; Industrial process water; Water re-use & recycling, & Disinfection. All products are designed to ensure that customers meet their legislative as well as specific business requirements. This is backed by a full package of service & aftercare. Featured above is an example packaged solution. Want to know more? Please email us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
West Suffolk College & Hethel Innovation ran a “Lean Thinking” event for students at Lintott mid-March (shown above & below). This recognises Lintott’s pioneering & wholesale adoption of Lean principles & digitalisation across its business. On behalf of Lintott, Elaine Woodrow who is responsible for managing the Production function played host & provided a full tour of Lintott’s best-of-class design & production facilities.
This is just one of numerous educational & community events supported by Lintott which includes access to its facilities & people talent. Watch this space for a major educational initiative launching very soon!