What Does It Stand For In A Category Community?

The CEME (Center for Engineering and Manufacturing Education) is a not for profit engineering and manufacturing industry within the heart of the historic British Havering which specialises in training and research equipment specifically for the electrical, mechanical, civil and aerospace industries. As the UK’s biggest engineering association, the CEME holds the UK patents on many high technology equipment used in the production of many of today’s modern inventions and products. There are many well-known companies in the UK that owe their very existence to the research and development carried out by the engineers and technicians at the CEME. Many of these companies such as Rolls Royce, Boeing, GDF SUEH, John Deere, Nissan, AstraZeneca are examples of the companies and organisations that use many of the world-class equipment manufactured and supplied by the CEME. The equipment manufactured by the Centre for Engineering and Manufacturing Education is used worldwide, providing workers with new ways of thinking about how things are built, what can go wrong, how things should be designed and developed, and how to solve problems in a cost-effective, efficient and reliable manner.


For example, the CEME has devised the ‘category filters’ as a means of improving the quality and reliability of the hydraulic system used in applications where the system is responsible for heavy-duty machinery. Category filters are able to eliminate all components which are detrimental to the overall efficiency and durability of the system, and have been specifically designed to meet the needs of large equipment applications. The CEMS category filters are also used in applications where the system is susceptible to high pressures, such as those found in the hydraulic systems of Caterpillar and Onan.

The acronym M.E.M.B.I.A stands for the maximum environmental performance, environmental maintenance and accountability and is commonly referred to as the M.E.C.O.R. or M.E.P.A. category system. This system is an innovative and advanced way of making sure that your products, processes and materials are as safe and reliable as they can possibly be, while still meeting all applicable government and industry standards. The M.E.C.O.R. is also the main acronym that is often used in conjunction with the CEME and CEMA acronyms to describe the various categories of standards set out by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Transportation.