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23/09/2021 Helicopters help railway engineers going 'down under' in the Peak District In a rare move, construction materials have been airlifted into position by helicopter for essential repairs to a ventilation shaft in one of the deepest railway tunnels in Britain. » Read More


23/09/2021 Texaco launches Vartech lubrication technology to remove varnish deposits in ... Texaco says its Vartech technology solution significantly improves system cleanliness reducing the cost and reliance on varnish filtration to significantly remove varnish, delivering longer oil life and helping optimise turbine operation. » Read More


22/09/2021 Emerson emissions monitoring system targets compliance with evolving ... The Rosemount XE10 Continuous Emissions Monitoring System (CEMS) is designed to help industrial plants meet increasingly stringent environmental regulations and evolving sustainability demands. » Read More


21/09/2021 Sulzer pumps at heart of Egypt’s Al Mahsama agricultural drainage treatment, ... Built on the banks of the New Suez Canal in Egypt’s Sinai region, the $100 million Al Mahsama water treatment facility is the largest of its kind in the world. The plant, which was officially inaugurated by the country’s president Abdel ... » Read More


21/09/2021 Formulating innovation in chemical handling Mitsubishi Electric has helped Labman Automation in the development of a compact, fully automated and high-throughput formulation system in under seven months. » Read More


20/09/2021 TLV upgrades Cospect valve The three-in-one Cospect pressure reducing valve from TLV Euro Engineering has been upgraded and is now being offered with integrated pressure gauges as standard across the range. » Read More


20/09/2021 Walkway protection product Consumable solutions company BAXT has launched the TP10 workspace protection product to protect high traffic walkways in a wide variety of industrial environments, including warehouses and manufacturing premises. » Read More


17/09/2021 Train being converted to hydrogen power by Arcola Energy Arcola Energy is converting a former ScotRail Class 314 electric train to hydrogen fuel cell technology as part of a programme to demonstrate the role hydrogen-powered trains can play in decarbonising Scottish railways by 2035. The ... » Read More


17/09/2021 MHM illuminates UK’s second largest lorry port amidst export boom Sales and hire equipment firm MHM Group has worked in partnership with its customer Illumin8, to provide an eco-friendly lighting solution for Anglesey’s Holyhead truck park. » Read More


16/09/2021 MA Business to produce Additive International AM Summit MA Business, part of the Mark Allen Group, and publishing partner of Operations Engineer, has partnered with the Centre for Additive Manufacturing (CfAM) at the University of Nottingham and Added Scientific Ltd to produce their Additive ... » Read More


16/09/2021 ORR publishes interim report on Hitachi train cracks The government regulator the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) reports in an interim review that Hitachi’s Class 800 and 385 series trains were affected by stress corrosion and fatigue cracks. These resulted in a significant number of Class ... » Read More


16/09/2021 Sika concrete repair system combination restores structural integrity of ... Sika has supplied a carbon fibre reinforced polymer (CFRP) plate system to enhance the load carrying capacity of a bridge to ensure its suitability to transport exceptionally heavy materials being used to construct a nearby wind farm. ... » Read More


15/09/2021 New compressed air and vacuum technician apprenticeship ready to receive first ... The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) reports that EAL, part of the Enginuity group, has been selected as the end point assessor organisation (EPAO) for the new compressed air and vacuum technician apprenticeship, meaning employers can ... » Read More


15/09/2021 FIS launches free guide to servicing operable walls To ensure operable walls are regularly maintained, serviced and repaired, the Finishes and Interiors Sector (FIS) has published a best practice guide, Servicing Operable Walls. » Read More


14/09/2021 TenneT TSO solves radio communication turbulence at Rotterdam airport In January 2021, the Dutch Radio Communications Agency informed European electricity transmission system operator TenneT that interference coming from one of the substations it managed and maintained was causing a communication problem ... » Read More


14/09/2021 Yokogawa enhances plant safety with IEC 61511-compliant Exaquantum safety ... Yokogawa Electric Corporation has launched a major upgrade to its Exaquantum Safety Function Monitoring (SFM) software, an OpreX asset operations and optimisation solution that helps identify whether actual operating performance meets ... » Read More


13/09/2021 World’s first hands-free jet pack prototype unveiled Maverick Aviation’s prototype promises to transform the way challenging maintenance, inspections and rescues are carried out worldwide. » Read More


13/09/2021 Celeros Flow Technology offers pipelines constant protection from surge events Surge events in liquid pipelines can cause severe infrastructure damage, loss of product and environmental harm, as well as a significant threat to personnel safety. Through its M&J Valve brand, Celeros Flow Technology has developed a ... » Read More


09/09/2021 First UK trial of hydrogen-blended gas hailed a success HyDeploy, the first project in the UK to blend hydrogen into a natural gas network, was hailed a success in a report that has been published. » Read More


09/09/2021 Devonport Royal Dockyard improvement notice extended The Office for Nuclear Regulation has agreed to extend an improvement notice served on Devonport Royal Dockyard in September 2020, recognising the progress made so far. » Read More


08/09/2021 Spider excavators used for West Coast main line bank stabilisation Work is now complete to protect the West Coast main line from landslips to provide more reliable journeys for rail passengers between Wolverhampton and Stafford; a £5m investment by Network Rail has seen engineers move thousands of tonnes ... » Read More


08/09/2021 KEB Automation appoints new managing director KEB Automation has appointed Mark Checkley as managing director of KEB (UK) Ltd. He takes over the reins from Tom Skelton, who has retired after serving more than 27 years with KEB, with 15 years as managing director. » Read More


07/09/2021 ICS Cool Energy provides temporary cooling to continue production during outage Temperature control solutions provider ICS Cool Energy helped Dutch mattress manufacturer Vita Talalay keep its operations running with a bespoke temporary Very Low Temperature (VLT) process cooling system. » Read More


07/09/2021 Stromag clutches ensure reliable torque transmission for marine gearbox in ... When a major Chinese manufacturer of marine propulsion systems needed a robust clutch to integrate into a roll-on-roll-off ferry gearbox, it turned to Stromag for a solution. » Read More


06/09/2021 Stratasys wins US Navy contract In August, the US Navy issued Stratasys a $20 million contract to purchase up to 25 Stratasys F900 3D printers over the next five years, with delivery of the first eight expected before the end of 2021. In addition to the printers, the ... » Read More
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