Sunday 30/4/2017

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26/04/2017 - Heason Technology designs and builds custom motion systems for beamline physics
As part of its custom motion system design and build capability Heason Technology is an active supplier for research related projects at synchrotron source facilities worldwide. Successful systems installed at prestigious beamline sites include Diamond Light Source - UK, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory - UK, Brookhaven National Laboratory - USA, PTB - Hamburg, and Synchrotron Soleil in France.
25/04/2017 - Parker reduces lead times on main air driven liquid pumps ranges
Parker Autoclave Engineers, part of Parker Hannifin, the global leader in motion and control technology, is now able to offer customers a significant reduction in lead times for its most widely specified air driven liquid pump products. This has been made possible as Parker Autoclave Engineers’ air driven liquid pumps will now be manufactured in Wexford in Ireland at one of the company’s Instrumentation Products Division Europe (IPDE) locations.
24/04/2017 - Spirit cap moulders fight the fakes
Counterfeiting in the drinks industry is a multi-million pound industry. But, thanks to new security measures, drink companies are fighting back against the illicit bootleggers. Kevin Heap, packaging expert at Sumitomo (SHI) Demag UK explains how specialist closure moulders are using the latest injection moulding precision techniques to keep one step ahead of the creative counterfeiters to protect trademarked brand integrity.
24/04/2017 - BOGE compressor excels in hospital PET project
A new BOGE compressor at the 1,000-bed University Hospital of Wales (UHW) in Cardiff is helping to protect the health of patients in an energy efficient and cost effective way. Two compressors – one duty, the other on standby – create pressure to move some of the heavy parts of the auxiliary equipment on a cyclotron (small particle accelerator) at the hospital. The cyclotron creates the radioactive ‘tracer’ isotopes needed for PET scanner to produce detailed three-dimensional images of the inside of the body which are used to diagnose and stage cancer.
24/04/2017 - Siemens LOGO technology solution provides micro-brewery with low-cost and flexible access to automated control system efficiencies
Dave Bailey, founder of the Hardknott micro-brewery in Cumbria, is a prime example of someone with an entrepreneurial spirit who believes in developing the very best product he can so that others can enjoy premium ales such as ‘Azimuth‘ and ‘Intergalactic Space Hopper’ lovingly crafted by his brewery. Since establishing Hardknott in 2005, Dave and his small team have continued to develop, invest, innovate and drive forward their goal of producing stunning craft beers. Now, with the help of Siemens technology, he is tackling a vital part of the brewing process – control of the fermentation process – so that it is more efficient and reliable going forward.
24/04/2017 - SKF bearings ensure solid performance for offshore vessel
Engineering expertise from SKF has helped to streamline the performance of offshore pipe-laying equipment, while cutting maintenance costs and boosting efficiency. SKF bearings with Solid Oil have helped an offshore engineering company to cut the cost of maintenance on specialist pipe-laying equipment.
24/04/2017 - Atlas Copco VSD+ compressor reduces sealing specialist's annual energy consumption by 62 per cent
Trelleborg Sealing Solutions UK facility reports that over £11,000 savings in annual energy costs have been achieved from its new Atlas Copco GA45VSD+FF compressor installation.
We all know the situation: meetings where individuals‘ performance drops sharply. In most cases, this is a direct result of the poor quality of the air in the room. Uncomfortable situations like this need not arise. CO2 displays by Rotronic make it easy to measure air quality, and the results can be used to initiate the appropriate measures.
19/04/2017 - Quality is the number 1 key to success
The Bavarian dairy products and fruit juice producer Gropper is committed to quality – not only of the products that they produce and bottle themselves.
When selecting their partners and suppliers the company also sets high quality requirements. They rely on Leuze electronic for the secure monitoring of dangerous processes.
18/04/2017 - Drive Lines enable handling of giant motor and pump parts for lean manufacture
Drive Lines Ltd is a company that provides components used in the construction of portable workstations, also known as Crusers® at Hayward Tyler, which are patent pending. The Crusers® were named after the late Rob Cruse, who empowered Oliver Buhlinger, a young graduate to invent these solutions. The Crusers® were developed by continuous improvement engineer Oliver with the aim of increasing the mobility of the movement of products weighing up to 40 tonnes to improve work flow efficiency and safety. Drive Lines Ltd was initially a provider of screw jacks. Currently Drive Lines supply Hayward Tyler with couplings, gearboxes, cardan shafts, special combined bearings and profile rails used in the manufacture of the Crusers®.
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