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13 December 2019

A new leak detector with camera from CS Instruments shows the leakage rate and costs

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10 December 2019

Using a special applicator, a new chain lubrication application (CLA) system from iwis permanently delivers lubricant to the chain drive and other components to help ensure a long chain service life economically, cleanly and with precision.

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11 December 2019

Brammer Buck & Hickman, supplier of industrial maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) products and services, has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with Camozzi Automation, completing its pneumatic automation brand portfolio.

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09 December 2019

Presented by PROFIBUS and PROFINET International, an event at the National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham, will address practical issues arising from the use of digital communications technologies in automated manufacturing and process industry applications – with particular attention to Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

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05 December 2019

With the VUCAM D video borescope, users can remove the video screen module from the handset, increasing the unit's flexibility.

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28 November 2019

In predictive maintenance the possibility to detect ultrasounds resulting from malfunctions can help to anticipate breakdowns and accidents and make energy savings.

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05 December 2019

Corroserve, has repaired and provided corrosion protection for a 36in inlet flow valve which has been in service at Ladybower Reservoir in Derbyshire for more than 60 years.

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05 December 2019

DT-12x integrated displacement transmitters provide accurate radial and axial shaft displacement and vibration monitoring of industrial machines at a fraction of the cost of a normal displacement sensor, according to Brüel & Kjaer.

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05 December 2019

Vibration levels can indicate the health of a system, so a simple means of keeping an eye on vibration is a boon to any operator. Available to help with this are sensors and systems from ifm electronic.

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17 October 2019

The Brady Inspection Timer clearly highlights when the next planned maintenance intervention is due.

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10 October 2019

Svendborg Brakes has introduced a new style of yaw brake service tool to aid wind turbine brake maintenance.

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10 October 2019

Jaama reports that its Maintenance Exchange platform is attracting a high level of interest from plant hire companies.

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10 October 2019

The new ImageIR 9500 expands InfraTec's range of thermography systems and is suitable for tests in the mid infrared range.

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10 October 2019

Industry’s growing desire for non-hazardous products that offer the same performance is driving the introduction of a major product update by a leading manufacturer of professional cleaning and maintenance chemicals.

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10 October 2019

While it is important to understand the benefits of fresh oil, Miller Oils explains that it is also important to understand how it interacts with the machinery it lubricates, and what the oil looks like days, weeks, months and even years down the line.

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10 October 2019

ECS Engineering Services has released a video on how to safely install stoplogs into a watercourse, a key method for isolating water control equipment for installation and refurbishment work.

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10 October 2019

IMRANDD's Advanced Inspection Data Analytics (AIDA) tool is said to have the potential to save companies upwards of 20% a year in asset inspection costs, as well as cutting the cost of unplanned outages.

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10 October 2019

Determining whether a fastener will be attacked by corrosion can be a primary factor in achieving cost efficiency for long-term maintenance.

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10 October 2019

CARL Software has developed a prototype of an augmented reality headset that facilitates maintenance work.

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15 October 2019

It has been an exciting year for TCET & TMP and it has new developments to share with visitors to Maintec 2019.

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FEATURES

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14 November 2019

John Saysell, head of business development and training at MCP Consulting Group, explains how investing in training is helping the Lucozade plant meet the manufacturing challenges of the future.

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06 November 2019

In a world of smart devices, connectivity and artificial intelligence, it’s easy to lose focus on the things that really matter in industrial digitalisation says Gavin Coull, service sales manager at SKF.

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15 October 2019

​ When using an IR thermography camera for electrical inspection and data capture, accuracy is key. Whether the camera-operator is an experienced thermographer, or new to the technology, an important acronym to remember is ‘FORD’ – FOcus, Range and Distance, explains Andrew Baker, sales director North Europe, FLIR Systems.

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05 November 2019

Sophie Hand, UK country manager industrial parts supplier EU Automation, discusses how augmented reality can benefit manufacturers and how it can be applied to maintenance.

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26 September 2019

Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based predictive analytics can be used to support robot predictive maintenance. Barry Weller, product manager at Mitsubishi Electric, explains more

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03 July 2019

Rolls-Royce and Qatar Airways have been using Virtual Reality (VR) to train engineers, in a first for the two companies.

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03 July 2019

The Combustion Engineering Association (CEA) has developed a library of guidance documents to share members' many years of experience on steam and hot water systems with the wider industrial population who need to work on and manage this equipment. David Kilpatrick, director CEA, provides an overview

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03 July 2019

Four months out from the 2019 Maintec Exhibition and Conference, the conference programme is rapidly taking shape, with around 80% of the speaking slots now committed. Andy Pye updates us.

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11 June 2019

Bonded shrink fit assemblies not only enhance the service life of an assembly but pave the way for new design concepts and cost savings explains Bob Orme, Senior Technology Specialist at Henkel (Industrial Adhesives Division).

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03 July 2019

An effective predictive maintenance strategy demands an efficient response to the most urgent issues in the plant. Digital solutions are helping by increasing visibility into plant health through widespread condition monitoring, greater analysis-based maintenance activities, and better dissemination and access to the most important equipment health information to enhance decision-making.

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03 July 2019

The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT) discusses the progress of the non-destructive testing (NDT) apprenticeship standard and how it has paved the way for new apprenticeships.

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16 June 2019

Insight from ERIKS, the industrial services partner, estimates that incorrectly installing and maintaining belt drives accounts for 98 per cent of premature failures, leading to downtime and lost production. With this in mind, Gary Price, Power Transmission Regional Product Group Manager, at ERIKS highlights some tips that can extend the life of belt drives and pulleys, increasing their reliability, reducing their total cost of ownership, and minimising the chances of downtime.

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24 May 2019

Taking a proactive approach to maintenance is key to maximising uptime – something which can be supported by digital solutions in today’s Industry 4.0 landscape, explains Richard Chamberlain of Bosch Rexroth

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03 April 2019

Today’s plant automation systems provide transparent monitoring of system status, plus tools such as condition monitoring or predictive maintenance – all help to reduce unscheduled downtime. Hartmut Pütz, President Factory Automation EMEA at Mitsubishi, considers how to address brownfield installations with legacy equipment.

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14 March 2019

Following the successful re-launch of Maintec in November 2018, IP&E contributing editor, Andy Pye looks forward to the next event (NEC, 30-31 October 2019) and how it is building on what was achieved then.

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31 January 2019

IP&E consultant editor, Andy Pye, takes a look at some of the findings of Banner Engineering's latest white paper.

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18 February 2019

How can typical rolling bearing damage in wind turbines, particularly in wind turbine rotor bearing supports, be identified early and even prevented altogether? Schaeffler has a solution to this complex challenge: a combination of sensors that are capable of monitoring the critical influencing variables for this type of damage

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13 November 2018

Here, Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at obsolete parts supplier EU Automation explains how plant engineers can make the most of process data and ensure their maintenance schedule benefits their plant. 

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13 November 2018

If you work in manufacturing, you will be used to hearing about Industry 4.0, the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution, and its vision of a brave new world for automation, just around the corner. It’s an exciting prospect. Yet, in reality, Industry 4.0 is much less about revolution, than it is about winning through steady, incremental progress, according to Seb Strutt, senior product manager for SICK UK

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08 November 2018

John Saysell, head of training at MCP Consulting Group, suggests, ten ways in which staff development and motivation can be improved and, as a result, output increased

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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01 March 2013

MAT is a trolley that fits directly onto the distribution line HBS 50

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21 February 2017

The Verderflex® Peristaltic Cased Tube Pump range are ideal for benchtop, laboratory and process environments. Tube pumps are perfect for lower flow rates, are fully programmable, with the option of multiple heads. These types of pump provide accurate dosing and repeatability and are capable of handling viscous and chemically aggressive liquids as well as shear sensitive products.

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25 November 2016

Reach heights between 13.00m - 23.00m

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19 December 2016

The Idhammar WCM suite of functions provides World Class Manufacturing sites with a fast and efficient means of supporting all major pillars in the WCM methodology.

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30 March 2016

We supply alternative Oil Water Separator Kits for the following manufacturers and many more...

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13 May 2015

1 & 2 Day Introductory courses outlining the basics of Infrared Thermography

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29 July 2013

EC61 stand alone gas detector A high sensitivity sensor for the detection of gas concentration. The stand alone gas detector is available in two models. EC61 for use on natural gas detection and the EC62 used for LPG and cylinder liquid gas.

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26 November 2015

TSE Small Thermal Shock  Simple to install and operate!

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12 May 2015

We supply a wide variety of hygienic valves, including butterfly valves, lug style, wafer style, actuated valves.

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14 May 2015

4 Day ATT Courses based in Liverpool and Ireland (IRE)

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25 November 2016

Lift heights between 4.03m – 16.7m

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12 May 2015

Couplings and fittings suitable for the proper safe use with air applications including

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19 July 2013

KING’S BOILER HIRE are the UK’s largest providers of temporary industrial boiler plant.

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05 March 2013

The Problem Boiler tube bundles that are heavily fouled will compromise your generating capacity due to poor heat exchange and/or high pressure drop. With extreme fouling, your plant may need to be taken offline.

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23 November 2016

Available as Single, Double or Four Row.

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