Posted: 16 September 2022
With recent appointments in the technical department and
workshop we are pleased to broaden the skill base and experience within our
team. The new appointees’ skills support our growth and expansion plans, along
with our commitment to quality and strategy to develop our precision cooling
Anthony Ingram joins the team this month as Research &
Development Engineer with responsibility for designing and producing new lines
of chillers and updating existing chiller designs, for increased performance.
After studying Artificial Intelligence with Robotics at De
Montfort University Leicester, Antony has a wide skill base and experience of
numerous industries. This includes previous roles at P.E.M.C Electro and as Mechanical
Design & Prototype Engineer at The University of Nottingham as part of the
business research group involved in industrial and mechanical design. He spent several years at Detector Fire &
Security LTD, as Security & Safety Integration Engineer with responsibility
for reviewing, installing and updating customers systems. He also owned and ran a bespoke digital
lighting and display company.
Self-taught and fluid in the use of SolidWorks and Inventor,
he has experience in 2D and
3D design, electrical and electronic / PCB design and implementation, CNC & manual machining, 3D printing, CNC milling and industrial
power design and control.
flair for stylish design backed by years of creative visual work we anticipate his
involvement with bringing fresh, innovative ideas to new and existing lines of
George Muller also joins ATC as Design Engineer with immediate
responsibility to update and develop the Thermal Exchange ‘CH’ range of
chillers. This supports the planned
range standardisation and will benefit customers with reduced costs and improved
Graduating with a First-Class
(hons) MEng Mechanical Engineering (with a Year in Industry) from the
University of Nottingham, where he studied Thermodynamics and Materials
Engineering and Design and Manufacture. Along with a fourth year Masters
Project tuning the breathing system on a naturally aspirated 4-cylinder SI
engine to improve performance. George’s studies are very relevant to the planned
program of technical development work.
George has previous experience gained from an internship as a Powertrain Design
Engineer with Royal Enfield, the oldest motorcycle manufacturer in the world. Selling internationally but with a market
focus in Asia, they employee over ten thousand worldwide and have a 100-person strong
design office in the UK. He gained experience working at the UK tech centre in
Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground on the range of 350-700CC mid-sized motorcycles.
He has also completed work experience with PepsiCo and an Original
Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), Sovereign Gears, a specialist gear manufacturer.
With skills in product design, overseeing a project from
the conceptual stage to manufacture and experience of working within an OEM
George has a good skill base to contribute to the development our product
offering. His studies have provided strong understanding of Design for
Manufacture and Design for Assembly which will help simplify the design process
of our new products and streamline the design for manufacture, supporting our
commitment to reliability and quality.
ATC Technical Manager Mitchell Howard said, “I am delighted
to welcome to the team our two new engineers. They
will be focusing on development of Thermal Exchange product lines, including
improvement to manufacturability, user interface, standardisation and