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Gearbox design delivers savings for wastewater applications

Jim Norton, Technical Manager at Brevini, looks at the requirements of a modern gearbox when operating in the wastewater industry.

Gearboxes are used throughout the wastewater industry; in ...

Vapour permeability measurement improves mechanical performance

One of the main barriers to mechanical performance is the complex task of preventing water or hydrocarbons seeping into the wrong places. Although well known for their ubiquitous ability to seep ...

On-site technical training for process industry

BÜRKERT FLUID CONTROL Systems has announced that it will offer more bespoke on-site training courses for those in the process control industry, to help

reduce the need for delegates to travel long ...

Recent ‘Saharan dust’ issue highlights the need for air quality monitoring

Recently, the Prime Minister’s car was covered by a thin layer of Saharan dust and air quality was suddenly a lead item in the national news. The dust itself does not pose a serious hazard to health ...

Bringing reality to virtual reality

Graham Tootell a Senior Technology Consultant at Plextek Consulting looks at how a virtual reality gaming headset could make immersive telepresence a reality.

Guides go for ‘second life’ truck option

At its warehouse in Altrincham, Girlguiding relies on a mixture of Jungheinrich reach and counterbalance trucks to ensure that incoming and outgoing loads are moved safely, efficiently and cost ...

Siemens launches new apprentices and skills partnership


Siemens and Trafford College have partnered to launch a skills and apprenticeship partnership in order to help tackle the region’s engineering skills shortage. The partnership will see students from across the North West train at the new Centre for Science and Technology...

WDS supports the Bloodhound Project in its bid to set a 1,000mph land speed record

VIDEO: The Bloodhound Project is the latest team aiming to break the land speed record, with a stated aim of reaching over 1,000mph. Since it was first set in 1898, the Land Speed Record has been one ...

Competition: Win £60 worth of Molex products

A robust and reliable project requires high quality connections between its parts. Ensuring the power and signal paths work properly not only makes the unit stand up to sustained use but also gives ...

Adaptaflex flexible conduit systems are given Lloyd's Regsiter Type approval for marine applications

Adaptaflex, a flexible conduit systems brand, has achieved Lloyd’s Register Type Approval for a wide range of products for marine applications.

Lloyd’s Register Type Approval is the impartial ...

Latest power supplies from Powersolve featuring programmable output voltage and current

A new series of AC/DC, single output power supplies has been designed by Powersolve, providing up to 1500W. The company advises that are seven models in its PAE1500 series all of which feature a 90-...

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