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ABB to lower costs and increase value of capital projects with ABB Adaptive Execution offering

ABB Adaptive Execution integrates expert teams, new technologies, agile processes, shared learnings, and proven methodologies into a single, streamlined project execution experience for all stakeholders involved in major capital investment projects. 

Could recycling meet your water needs?

With the right choice of treatment technologies, and a careful cost-benefit analysis, reusing water can increase your industrial operation’s profits. Mark Bosley of SUEZ Water Purification Systems explains... 
Filtration & separation

How to carry out early defect detection

Defects in materials of vessels and tubings are not uncommon. However, it is vital to detect them at an early stage to prevent unplanned downtime or even compromised safety and availability of process plants. Using the case study of a column, TÜV SÜD shows how this can be easily achieved with the help of acoustic emission testing (AT), while saving costs. 
Sensors & instrumentation

OMRON appoints Reeco Automation as solution partner for collaborative robots

OMRON has appointed system integrator Reeco Automation as a specialist partner for collaborative robots, as the two companies look to work together to develop cobot solutions that address real industry needs. 

New Systems Director appointed at BOFA

BOFA International, a global leader in portable fume and dust extraction systems, has promoted Daniel Kench to the new position of Systems Director to support the continued growth of the company in the UK and around the world.  

Current run-to-fail attitudes could be detrimental to industry’s recovery

Gen-C restores EDL’s power at the height of the pandemic

Plant, process and production managers working across multiple industries have been warned against taking a ‘run to fail’ approach to heat exchanger maintenance following insight from a new industry whitepaper.  
When vandals damaged the CHP control panels at EDL’s Wellingborough landfill site, rendering the engines unusable, the timing could not have been worse. One week before Easter 2020, the coronavirus pandemic was sweeping the UK and the country had just been placed into an unprecedented nationwide lockdown. Site managers anticipated a significant period of downtime but thanks to a swift response from gas engine support specialist Gen-C, the upgraded engines were back up and running within just two weeks and are now performing better than ever. 

Did COVID-19 help reveal the path forward for industry?

Here, Sean Robinson, service leader at industrial automation provider Novotek UK and Ireland, explains why modern plant systems should be part of a competitive toolkit even when there is no pandemic. 
Process Automation & Control

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