|Knowledge and networking at APRA electrical clinic|
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|Wednesday, 27 June 2012 15:02|
By Mike Davey
Toronto, Ontario -- June 26, 2012 -- Modern charging and starting systems are considerably more advanced than their predecessors, and knowledge is the key to understanding them. That was one of the messages delivered at the Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association electrical clinic held at the Holiday Inn International Airport in Toronto, Ontario.
Education and networking are two of the hallmarks of every APRA event. The first day of the event was given over to tours of local businesses, so attendees could get a broad view of various methods and techniques currently in use. Three local businesses hosted tour groups: Dixie Electric, Litens Automotive and D & V Electronics. A reception and mini-expo followed.
The second day began with opening remarks and introductions by Dan Smith, APRA's Electrical Division Chairman. The first speaker was Mohammad Samii of Sammy's Auto Electric. He spoke on advances in modern charging and starting systems. Samii also spoke in the afternoon session, this time presenting information on rebuilding techniques for newer starters and alternators.
It wasn't technical education that drew attendees. The next presenter, Eli Melnick of Start Auto Electric, delivered crucial tips on running today's auto electric business.
Other speakers included Michael Wang of WIA Global/Transpo, who discussed various technical aspects of certain regulators and Robert Wang who discussed Litens OAD. A roundtable discussion followed the presentations.
For more information on APRA, please visit apra.org.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 June 2012 15:06|
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