Industrial equipment, services and inspection news and information for manufacturing, process, facilities and related fields.

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26/01/2021 Sulzer repairs cooling water pump in just seven weeks With one of two cooling water pumps out of action, and the other showing worrying vibration, the on-site power plant at a major chemical plant in Belgium risked a costly and disruptive unscheduled shutdown. Quick action by Sulzer experts ... » Read More

26/01/2021 3D inspection scanner launched Cognex Corporation has launched a 3D scanner for inspection operations on automated production lines. » Read More

25/01/2021 New rotating shaft alignment tool Pruftechnik’s new ShaftAlign Touch is a rugged laser alignment system that it claims provides digital, cloud, and other advancements over the decades-old but still widely used dial indicator and feeler gauge. » Read More

25/01/2021 Bristow achieves ISO 14001 certification for UK operations Bristow Group’s UK operations have received ISO 14001 certification, confirming that Bristow’s UK operations have a certified environmental management systems (EMS) in place to monitor, manage, and deliver continuous improvement at its ... » Read More

22/01/2021 Agadir-Chtouka desalination plant strikes gold with tailored compressor solution Abengoa, a major multi-national infrastructure company working in the energy and water sectors, has contracted Ingersoll Rand’s engineering project solutions team to design a tailored compressed air system for the Agadir-Chtouka ... » Read More

22/01/2021 Mechan adjusts rail jack footprint to fit tight spot Design engineers at rail depot equipment supplier, Mechan, have gone back to the drawing board to help a freight operator short on space keep tanker wagons in service. » Read More

21/01/2021 Festo's new configurator aids selection and order of process valves Industrial automation supplier Festo has introduced a new online configuration tool that makes it easier and quicker to select the correct valve or actuator for process applications. » Read More

20/01/2021 Bürkert automatic water quality analysis system Bürkert’s water quality analysis system offers an automated process that delivers precision monitoring for a wide variety of applications. » Read More

20/01/2021 Ultimo announces first UK partner: DNASTREAM Enterprise asset management system provider Ultimo Software Solutions has announced that IT consulting organisation DNASTREAM will operate as its UK implementation partner. » Read More

19/01/2021 Danfoss drives forward digital pump development with full acquisition of ... The Danfoss Group has announced the full acquisition of Artemis Intelligent Power Ltd (AIP), an R&D and engineering company based in Edinburgh, Scotland specialising in hydraulic system development. » Read More

19/01/2021 Sandvik invests in AI manufacturing software provider Engineering group Sandvik has acquired a minority stake in US manufacturing solutions company Oqton. » Read More

18/01/2021 TÜV Rheinland launches certification of personnel competence for explosive ... Internationally active companies and testing organisations, including TÜV Rheinland, have jointly developed a certification scheme that allows for comparison of the training of technical specialists in explosion protection. » Read More

15/01/2021 French winery fits second ELGi compressor The second AB Series oil-free screw air compressor has been installed at Château Ollieux Romanis, a producer of premium organic wine, in the French Languedoc region. » Read More

15/01/2021 RTITB delivers apprentice assessments for British Army RTITB has won the contract to deliver end point assessments (EPAs) for express delivery operative apprentices serving in the Royal Artillery and Royal Logistics Corps. » Read More

14/01/2021 More ups than downs using matrix converters on one of Europe’s largest network ... Operating Germany’s largest escalator network in Munich, which transports over half a billion people through the Bavarian capital’s subway system every year, means the scale of any technical innovations can be immense. Technicians in ... » Read More

14/01/2021 World’s largest PEM electrolyser for hydrogen production planned for Germany Linde has announced plans to build, own and operate the world’s largest PEM (Proton Exchange Membrane) electrolyser plant at the Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany. » Read More

13/01/2021 HPC air compressors cut the mustard at Condimentum’s food processing mill Condimentum’s new mustard mill and mint processing facility in Norwich, UK, features an HPC Kaeser air compression system to remove any risk of lost production or product spoilage, while optimising energy efficiency. » Read More

13/01/2021 Senseye launches fully-hosted predictive maintenance offer Industrial machine health management company Senseye has launched a turn-key managed solution for predictive maintenance, which is said to prevent customers having to manage a complex project or have in-house condition monitoring expertise. » Read More

12/01/2021 Air ioniser found to remove almost all airborne virus in tests A new study by a research institute provides evidence of the benefits of air ionisation to help prevent the spread of airborne viruses indoors. » Read More

12/01/2021 Swedish heavy rail locomotives to be renovated with help from Vysus Specialist consultancy Vysus Group (formerly Lloyds Register Energy), the global engineering and technology company, has been selected to support international mining and mineral group, Luossavaara-Kiirunavaara AB (LKAB), in the ... » Read More

11/01/2021 Sulzer delivers pump packages for Saudi Arabia desalination project Sulzer has built, delivered and commissioned 289 high-efficiency desalination pumps to Saudi Arabia in 18 months for its latest multiple-site west coast satellite desalination project. » Read More

11/01/2021 New Yaskawa Motoman-PL palletising robots Motion control and robotics specialist Yaskawa has extended the Motoman-PL series with four additional options of palletising robots complementing existing models covering lightweight palletising applications and those which can handle ... » Read More

08/01/2021 Multi-million cycle robot replaced after almost 20 years A Kawasaki robot has been installed to replace an older version which completed an estimated 2 million lifting cycles for one of Ireland’s leading producers of pallets. » Read More

08/01/2021 Trelleborg partners with bottler to tackle aroma carryover issue Trelleborg Sealing Solutions partnered with Krones, a specialist in beverage bottling, to analyse the reasons behind unintentional flavour carryover during the filling process. » Read More

07/01/2021 Peristaltic pump used for flavour dosing at food manufacturer Devon drinks manufacturer Moo Free is taking advantage of a 530 series process pump from Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) to optimise the manufacture of dairy-free, gluten-free vegan and organic chocolate products. » Read More
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