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

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02/09/2021 ChampionX’s developments toward net zero ChampionX has developed new remote working and other software products that help address the oil and gas industry’s drive toward net-zero emissions targets. » Read More

01/09/2021 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 for the new compressed air and vacuum technician apprenticeship, meaning employers can begin ... » Read More

31/08/2021 NSK self-lube bearing units save steel plant €292,136 One international steel plant was struggling with up to three bearing failures a year on a rotary coal valve used in its ore preparation process. In addition to the cost of replacement bearings, the failures had knock-on effects in terms ... » Read More

27/08/2021 Workplace fatality figures rise in 2020/21 Provisional data released last month shows that a total of 142 workers were killed at work in Great Britain in 2020/21, an increase of 29 from the previous year, though the number of deaths in 2019/20 (113) was low compared to other recent ... » Read More

26/08/2021 ABB’s technology in Singapore’s first dual-mode desalination plant helps tackle ... Singapore is using desalination as part of the solution to its water supply issues to provide enough clean drinking water for its ever-growing population of 5.5 million. Though surrounded by water, having enough drinking water has always ... » Read More

26/08/2021 Atlas Copco launches machine learning app for manufacturing Atlas Copco Tools and Industrial Assembly Solutions has launched a software application that harnesses artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to identify risks in production before they occur. » Read More

25/08/2021 PCE Scotland becomes Yokogawa UK channel partner PCE Scotland has become a Yokogawa UK channel partner for instrumentation. This agreement will give PCE Scotland full access to the instrumentation product portfolio of Yokogawa. » Read More

25/08/2021 Industry collaboration to turn power grid transformers into heat network ... SSE Energy Solutions and National Grid have today unveiled a project that could decarbonise heat networks, capturing waste heat from electricity transformers to generate hot water and space heating for homes and businesses. » Read More

24/08/2021 Demag's longest-ever crane to be installed for long-range Airbus jet production A record-breaking Demag process crane will literally play a supporting role in the assembly line of the new Airbus A321XLR in Hamburg. » Read More

24/08/2021 New remote connected service offers customers global support Global instrumentation and gas analysis firm Process Insights Inc. has enhanced its customer support with the launch of GO Remote Connected Service (GO). » Read More

23/08/2021 Ambitious apprentice in finals of BAME awards An Amazon apprentice studying at the Coventry-based Manufacturing Technology Centre has been shortlisted in the finals of the prestigious BAME Apprentice Awards. The 2021 Black and Minority Ethnic Apprentice Awards received a record number ... » Read More

19/08/2021 ECS Engineering Services wins award for support of military personnel Turnkey engineering project provider ECS Engineering Services has claimed an award for its support reintegrating military personnel into civilian careers. » Read More

18/08/2021 Atlas Copco introduces next generation of compressed air filters New filtration solutions from Atlas Copco have been launched on the market. » Read More

18/08/2021 Sulzer launches pump quiz Sulzer has developed a series of interactive online quizzes for pump engineers and operators to put their knowledge to the test. » Read More

18/08/2021 Schneider Electric supplies Thames Water for London water network control ... Schneider Electric, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has worked with Thames Water to upgrade and unify the complex computer system controlling London’s water supply. » Read More

17/08/2021 Schaeffler is in remote control with its virtual fitter service Schaeffler has launched "Virtual Fitter" – a quick and efficient rolling bearings mounting support service that operates remotely through the use of augmented reality. Available on a 24/7 basis, Virtual Fitter is available more quickly ... » Read More

16/08/2021 Siemens to build a two-pole electric motor Siemens Large Drives Applications has received an order from a Chinese customer to deliver a special machine with dual shaft extension. It can be used in motor operation with a power of 105 MW and as generator with up to 129 MVA in ... » Read More

16/08/2021 Building a better Cavendish laboratory at Cambridge A major construction project for a prestigious world-class physics department at the University of Cambridge, involving challenging criteria for temperature and humidity control, has been supplied with key equipment and advice by Wolseley ... » Read More

13/08/2021 Thick-section welding process validated for pressure vessel manufacture The ability to weld thick section efficiently is critical to drive widespread deployment of cost-effective solutions to meet low-carbon energy needs. Thick-section local vacuum electron beam welding is considered a key enabling technology ... » Read More

13/08/2021 HSE issues safety alert on marine loading arms after catastrophic failure Marine loading arms (MLAs) are commonly used throughout UK ports and jetties to load and unload liquids and compressed gas products from river barges, ships and tankers. Evidence obtained during an HSE investigation of a failed MLA ... » Read More

12/08/2021 VWT UK commissions Heathrow antifreeze treatment plant Veolia Water Technologies UK has recently completed a pioneering glycol removal plant at Heathrow Airport, the first of its kind to treat glycol in this application in the UK. » Read More

11/08/2021 Guide to Ecodesign regulations for electric motors Following updates to the Ecodesign Directive in July this year, which revised the regulations governing the energy efficiency requirements of new electric motors, the Association for Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) has published ... » Read More

10/08/2021 ZF condition monitoring system rolled out on Austrian trams Since the end of 2020, ZF's ‘connect@rail’ condition monitoring system has been used in regular operation with the Austrian transport network Graz Linien. » Read More

09/08/2021 HSE updates workplace ventilation advice Having good ventilation will help reduce COVID-19 transmission at work, according to the Health and Safety Executive. » Read More

06/08/2021 Siemens’ new natural extinguishing agents protect business continuity Siemens Smart Infrastructure introduces its new natural agent extinguishing portfolio, Sinorix NXN. Focusing on the protection of lives, assets and business continuity, the new fire extinguishing portfolio combines simplicity with advanced ... » Read More
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