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27/11/2020 WaterWipes selects Cimlogic for OEE solution Baby wipes brand WaterWipes has partnered with Cimlogic to improve overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) at its Republic of Ireland manufacturing facility. » Read More


26/11/2020 ABB launches automated system to empty drums of sticky materials Cellier, Blending and Formulation Solutions, part of ABB France, has brought to the market the high viscosity drum decanting system, designed to pump and dose highly viscous liquids stored in drums and incorporating them into the ... » Read More


26/11/2020 Pipe repair method saves time on offshore platform On BP Exploration’s Bruce field drilling platform 240km North East of Aberdeen, important hydraulic services in the vicinity of the platform’s drilling area were damaged. » Read More


25/11/2020 Vision Labs’ process oversight improved by Keyence More than six in 10 people in the UK have some requirement for glasses, meaning the range of lens combinations required to suit all of their needs is almost infinite. » Read More


25/11/2020 New air sensor developed in EU innovation lab set to make chemical plants safer Chemical plants will become safer places to work with a reduced risk of injury, chronic respiratory ailments or even death, thanks to a new air sensor being developed to detect toxic and explosive solvents using photonics. » Read More


24/11/2020 AMRC sets up demonstrations of digital rail maintenance technologies A powerful suite of smart technologies applied to rail maintenance innovations is being demonstrated at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC). » Read More


24/11/2020 Uniglide-e pump from Celeros Flow Technology The Uniglide-e range is the latest generation of axially-split, double-entry pumps from Celeros Flow Technology. » Read More


23/11/2020 Ford Motor Co uses big data to ensure body line keeps rolling More than a century after Ford pioneered the use of the moving assembly line, the company is now using big data to identify potential machinery breakdowns before they occur. » Read More


23/11/2020 ilke Homes replaces crane hoists from support from below Modular housing company ilke Homes has reduced factory overheads and boosted output following the introduction of a bespoke solution from Totalkare. » Read More


20/11/2020 Vent-axia welcomes official government recommendation to improve ventilation to ... HVAC manufacturer Vent-Axia has welcomed the launch of the UK government’s new public information campaign which highlights how ventilating indoor spaces can reduce the risk of coronavirus infection by over 70%. » Read More


20/11/2020 VOOM is winning against COVID in Northern Ireland - Veolia Waste management firm Veolia states that the company’s optimised operations and maintenance (VOOM) methodology, which has been implemented on all of the wastewater treatment plants that it runs, has proven its worth during pandemic. » Read More


19/11/2020 Intelligent brake systems find favour in coal mine excavator Bucket wheel excavators (BWEs) need robust and reliable braking systems to withstand the harsh operating and environmental conditions they are exposed to. » Read More


18/11/2020 FLIR machine vision cameras are headed to Mars On 30 July, NASA successfully launched its Mars 2020 Perseverance rover mission, scheduled to land on the red planet on 18 February 2021. » Read More


17/11/2020 Mitsubishi Electric launches higher-power VSD partner network Having already pioneered a more collaborative approach to designing and delivering automation systems employing low power drives, Mitsubishi Electric UK has announced a new network of drive solutions centres (DSCs). » Read More


16/11/2020 Aggreko launches Stage V generators Mobile generator supplier Aggreko has launched its first Stage V-compliant generators in the UK. » Read More


16/11/2020 Largest-ever LNG ship bunkering operation carried out in Rotterdam The Cma Cgm Jacques Saadé, the world’s largest container ship powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) has completed her first LNG bunkering with Total’s LNG bunker vessel, the Gas Agility, on 13 November 2020 at the Port of Rotterdam in the ... » Read More


13/11/2020 Digital maintenance monitoring system for French railway SNCF Réseau, the service provider that manages railway infrastructure in France, in partnership with consultancy Capgemini, is deploying an innovative application to optimize the supervision of its rail network in order to increase its ... » Read More


13/11/2020 CompAir launches air dryer series Compressed air brand CompAir has launched its latest refrigerant dryer range. » Read More


12/11/2020 New Robox turbo blower said to offer energy savings in wastewater treatment Robuschi has announced its new Robox Turbo package, providing wastewater treatment plants with three blower technologies from a single unit which are claimed to reduce energy costs by up to 40%. » Read More


12/11/2020 Innovations in packaging for the craft brewery market Siemens and packaging machinery manufacturer T Freemantle are toasting a partnership which has developed an innovative range of solutions specifically for the global craft brewery market. » Read More


11/11/2020 Pre-engineered trench and manhole box designs published by Mabey Hire Earlier this year, Mabey Hire’s team of engineers published a number project designs for low-risk groundworks schemes online. » Read More


11/11/2020 Saietta Group ramps up motor manufacture on back of production grant Oxfordshire based tech company Saietta has won a major grant, through the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) that will fast-track the first stage of the production process ramp-up for its innovative axial flux traction (AFT) electric motor. » Read More


10/11/2020 Walking jack-up barge used for Dawlish railway repairs Network Rail has started work on the second section of a new, bigger sea wall at Dawlish, Devon, to protect the Great Western Railway line and town from rising sea levels, and extreme weather. A section of the track was washed out in ... » Read More


10/11/2020 Smart pipe trial to begin at University of Birmingham Low carbon smart pipes for use in large-scale buried infrastructure projects are to be developed in a new partnership between the University of Birmingham and specialist manufacturing company Aquaspira Ltd. » Read More


09/11/2020 Siltbuster removes dissolved metal on Humber pipeline project Siltbuster has worked with Porr Skanska A Hak joint venture on a significant National Grid project in the North to build a new gas pipeline under the River Humber. » Read More
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