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09 August 2017

EcoCooling direct evaporative cooling can be used as an alternative to air conditioning in most industrial buildings and server rooms, and is said to provide 90% energy savings at a fraction of the capital cost of a traditional air conditioning or ventilation system.

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09 August 2017

Joining Carlo Gavazzi's energy management range, the WM20 smart modular power analyser offers faster communications for building automation networks using Modbus, BACnet over RS 485 or TCP/IP and Profibus, along with functions such as load monitoring measurement and alarm management – all in a compact plug-and–play modular format that streamlines installation and simplifies inventory management. 

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09 August 2017

Two gas catalytic ovens from Heraeus Noblelight have been installed at Life Fitness in Illinois, USA, where they are helping to double production and save costs in the manufacture of high quality gym equipment.

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08 August 2017

Throughout 2107, Fluke is running a series of free, scheduled, CPD-accredited webinars.

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04 August 2017

Rotronic has introduced a smart air velocity handheld device for making spot-checks quickly in HVAC systems.

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07 August 2017

Nord Drivesystems has expanded its range of high-efficiency smooth-surface motors.

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02 August 2017

The new adsorption dryer Ultrapac Smart from Donaldson is operated with a sophisticated silencer that reduces noise production to a level equivalent to a normal conversation.

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02 August 2017

Finning UK & Ireland (Finning), distributor of Caterpillar engines in the UK, has published a guide demonstrating how manufacturing plant and factory owners can increase efficiency and reduce energy bills by adopting combined heat and power (CHP) technology.

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26 July 2017

Riello has introduced low NOx (<80mg/kWh) ‘blue flame' versions to all sizes of its RS range of burners. This is achieved through the use of a low NOx combustion head to ensure emissions conforming to EN 676 Class 3 in capacities from 3600 to 6250kW.

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27 July 2017

When top flight steak restaurant Porter & Rye opened in Glasgow an influx of cold air every time the door opened was definitely not on the menu. Airbloc was called in to provide a HVAC solution that would keep draughts at bay and ensure a comfortable environment for diners.

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27 July 2017

MeterWeb 2 from Elcomonent is a browser-based M&T software package that's designed to be there when users need it, and works the way they do. Its multi-level approach allows users to configure dashboard presentations for 'at a glance' display of key messages and performance data, but also provides a fully configurable and very comprehensive data analysis and reporting package.

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20 July 2017

Industrial plants face many challenges when it comes to indoor air quality, specifically when considering fresh air volume, temperature, humidity and particle concentration.

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18 July 2017

Trend Control Systems has announced the availability of its IQ®VISION monitoring and management solution.

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18 July 2017

The BRE (Building Research Establishment) has added a category for pipe insulation materials to its Green Guide to Specification, with nitrile rubber insulation products such as Armaflex flexible elastomeric foams (FEFs), receiving an A rating.

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18 July 2017

The OM-DVCV is a self-contained, precision instrument for recording true RMS AC current and AC voltage up to 600V and 300A. It measures RMS signals up to the 25th harmonic at 50Hz. The OM-DVCV can store up to 21,672 points when recording both voltage and current or 43,344 samples when recording only voltage or only current.

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20 July 2017

Here Vanda Jones, executive director for the British Compressed Air Society, examines the role of the trade association in modern industry, particularly in the light of the ongoing Brexit negotiations and the positive influence such organisations can have on securing our industrial future

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18 July 2017

A new range of high bay PIR occupancy switches from Danlers can be used for energy saving lighting control in areas such as factories, storage aisles, sports halls and entrance halls. 

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18 July 2017

Samuel Taylor, manufacturer of bimetallic strips, has improved the reliability of its production line by retrofitting two applications with ABB variable speed drives (VSDs).

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10 July 2017

Nord Drivesystems will showcase industry-specific drive solutions at the drinktec exhibition in Munich.

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10 July 2017

Grundfos Pumps has introduced its new IE5-rated MGE motor range.

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FEATURES

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11 August 2017

To achieve process reliability, machine availability and to boost the service life of pneumatic systems, it is important to optimise air preparation. Here, Kai Feller, product manager process automation, at Festo offers a few tips

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02 August 2017

The latest news from BCAS (British Compressed Air Society) concerns its best practice guide for food and beverage processors, the announcement of a new vice president, and details of its nominated charity

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26 July 2017

Oil-free compressed air is a standard requirement for industries that need to comply with high standards of cleanliness and hygiene, but traditionally it has come at a price. BOGE says it has achieved a significant step forward in compressor technology that not only delivers truly oil-free compressed air, but also a 30% reduction in total cost of ownership (TCO). BOGE’s Mark Whitmore reports

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24 July 2017

Stef Lievens, business line manager for compressor technique service operations at Atlas Copco Compressors UK and Ireland, looks at the history and application of internet connectivity and data science in the compressed air industry and examines how it may influence both the initial design of the equipment and the way it is monitored and managed in working environments

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24 July 2017

Instrument calibration is important both to determine the accuracy of the instrument and to ensure that its readings are consistent with other measurements. Matthew Harrison, UK sales manager of Beko Technologies, explains more

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24 July 2017

Annually, UK industry uses over 20TWh of electricity to compress air, equivalent to the output of four power stations and over 8.1 million tonnes of CO2 emissions. As a result, high-quality energy and performance at a cost-effective price continues to be a key consideration for businesses. Keith Findlay, compressed air audit manager at Gardner Denver, outlines the benefits of energy audits, discussing the improved efficiencies that they can help realise.

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20 July 2017

The last 12 months have seen huge changes in the political and economic landscape. In this report for AirUser, Vanda Jones, executive director of BCAS considers what has happened over the last year, shares her thoughts on what needs to happen moving forwards, and outlines the crucial role that a trade association plays in providing industry with a platform to voice its opinions

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20 July 2017

The compressed air industry has had an excellent record of minimising energy consumption through design and servicing, but now it is time for a step change as the EU commission pushes industry towards resource efficiency and the circular economy.  Marion Beaver, Technical Officer at BCAS takes a look at what it means moving forwards.

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24 July 2017

Those looking to invest in an air compressor often rely on zero hour data sheets verified by the Compressed Air and Gas Institute (CAGI)* to predict lifetime performance, as this is the only source of independently verified performance data on air compressors. However, Andy Jones, MD at Mattei, says efficiency levels change over the life cycle of a unit and whilst two compressors may have the same zero-hour performance,  the reality is that life cycle costs may vary considerably

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18 July 2017

Here, Andy Jones, managing director at Mattei, shares his top tips for specifying, installing and operating an air compressor

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24 July 2017

Training is a vital ingredient for modern businesses with a host of benefits, ranging from employee motivation and retention, to demonstrating competence to implementing safe working practices. Here’s an overview of some of the latest courses available from the British Compressed Air Society (BCAS)

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20 July 2017

BCAS works directly on behalf of the compressed air and vacuum industry to advise on, shape and, at times, challenge the creation of EU and UK legislation, directives and standards. Here, the Society provides a round-up of some of the latest work that Pneurop – the European committee of manufactures of compressors, vacuum pumps and pneumatic tools – is undertaking

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24 July 2017

The correct installation and commissioning of compressed air piping is vital for an ongoing safe and efficient compressed air system.  Here Marion Beaver, technical officer for BCAS outlines best practice

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24 July 2017

AirUser asked the British Compressed Air Society to answer some of the questions it is most frequently asked. Three of these are detailed below

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12 July 2017

Alongside significant cost savings, rethinking energy usage could unlock value from existing on-site assets, creating a new revenue stream for your business, as Ashley Phillips, sales and marketing director, DONG Energy Sales (UK), explains

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09 June 2017

There is frequent confusion over what constitutes a ‘Competent Person’ in the context of the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000. It is important to understand this term correctly in order to comply with the law states Marion Beaver, Technical Officer for BCAS

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30 May 2017

The Combustion Engineering Association has introduced 'I-GAS', a new qualification for maintenance and gas fitters working in industry. David Kilpatrick, director of the CEA, explains more

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31 May 2017

Marchwood Power Station, a combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) site has operated efficiently since its commercial operations began in December 2009. When its three main water cooling pump systems started having reliability issues, Siemens provided a solution

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30 March 2017

Industrial boilers can be an expensive item of machinery, and of course, fundamental to keeping plants operational. Given these facts, it’s clear that ensuring that their lifespan is extended as much as possible and that unplanned outages are minimised is essential. It real is a case of 'prevention is better than cure', according to Neil Ford, aftermarket manager at Green’s

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16 March 2017

Natural Stone Surfaces, one of the UK’s leading quartz and granite worktop manufacturers, chose Atlas Copco to upgrade its essential compressed air supply and has improved its productivity and saved more than £4750 in annual energy costs as a result

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COMPANIES

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26 November 2015

TSE Small Thermal Shock  Simple to install and operate!

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29 June 2015

LUMiLife downlight fittings are the best on the market, complying with parts B, C and E of UK building regulations, and are sufficient in size to house LEDHut’s entire LUMiLife range of GU10 or MR16 LED lamps.

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04 May 2016

Electropack is Fulton’s versatile seven-model range designed for steam loads between 29 and 160kg/h.

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28 April 2016

Fulton’s FB range can be configured for gas, oil or dual-fuel installations and for either steam or hot water applications.

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23 November 2016

These types of bearings are self-aligning and feature a large load rating capacity.

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28 April 2016

Developed in response to customer demand for higher capacities than the 1565 kg/h maximum for its vertical range, the nine-model RB/RBC range (with outputs ranging from 957 to 4787 kg/h) can be specified with matched multi-stage oil, modulating gas or dual-fuel burners as standard, with other burners available on request.

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26 November 2015

These are picture of a Custom built Walk-in Room for UCL Warwick, for Bio medical research

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08 January 2016

Fronius UK Ltd run a number of training courses based at the training center located at their Head Office in Milton Keynes.

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25 November 2016

Reach heights between 13.00m - 23.00m

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26 November 2015

Criterion Temperature & Humidity Benchtop

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19 December 2016

The maintenance management system of choice for maintenance professionals:

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25 November 2016

Reach heights between 10.00m - 43.15m

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29 June 2015

Designed to replace metal halide or SON lamps – and offering a whole host of money- and energy-saving benefits – LUMiLife low bays are ideal for industrial use, from warehouses to car parks.

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28 October 2016

A Mobile Yard Ramp is the best solution for safe and efficient loading and unloading of containers and trailers by forklift truck when no dedicated loading bay is available

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11 June 2013

Fronius offer solar solutions that last. For decades of sunrises to come.

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