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27 March 2020

Danlers' latest mid-range Microwave presence detection switches provide automatic control of lighting and ventilation.

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27 March 2020

Carlo Gavazzi has launched HDMS, a single phase motor starter that uses an innovative algorithm that can start a motor without a start capacitor.

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27 March 2020

Zumtobel Lighting has supplied more than 1000 Tecton luminaires during refurbishment of Clipper Logistics' warehouse near Northampton.

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16 March 2020

A new range of air motors from Chicago Pneumatic combines multiple configurations, compact design and excellent performance in harsh environments, helping OEMs and machine builders to improve the efficiency of their systems.

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16 March 2020

A burner upgrade project at a visitor attraction in Edinburgh involved replacing 25-year-old burners with Riello ultra-low nitrogen oxides (NOx) premix burners.

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18 February 2020

New to the i500 inverter range from Lenze is the i550 protec. This has been designed for decentralised drive tasks and comes with IP66 protection class, IO-Link connectivity and a power range to 75kW.

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11 March 2020

In response to increasing customer demand, Energy Technology and Control has launched the ETC6076, a 7-inch touch screen HMI for use on the ETC6000 series of burner controllers.

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12 February 2020

The Swedish Energy Agency has granted a project that will evaluate the potential of replacing gas-fired furnaces with electrically heated furnaces for material heating. The goal is to reduce CO2 emissions through better energy efficiency and reduced loss of material. Kanthal is part of the project.

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03 March 2020

PAROC, a manufacturer of energy efficient and fire safe insulation solutions, has announced a new building information modelling (BIM) tool.

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11 February 2020

As part of the £170m redevelopment of Glan Clwyd Hospital in North Wales, Waterloo Air Products provided a range of air terminal devices that meet the exacting hygiene standards of a healthcare facility, while ensuring the wellbeing and comfort of patients.

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11 February 2020

Powrmatic has supplied a TEG41 air rotation heater to a distribution warehouse in Bristol, to provide frost protection and protect the internal sprinkler system from freezing in colder months.

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11 February 2020

Lars Stormbom at Vaisala outlines how to avoid common pitfalls when installing HVAC outdoor sensors.

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12 February 2020

Cost-effective IP66-rated presence detection PIR switches have been launched by Danlers for the automatic control of lighting and ventilation. Products detect movement within the detection area and control the load accordingly.

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11 February 2020

The Environment Agency placed a contract with ECS Engineering Services to demolish and rebuild the front façade of the main hall of Short Ferry Water Pumping Station on the River Witham in Lincolnshire, and replace steel frame windows with aluminium ones that open and close automatically.

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06 February 2020

Aggreko has cemented its position as a green supplier of temporary power, heating and cooling solutions after being certified to the Carbon Trust Standard and achieving certification to ISO 50001:2018 international standard for energy management.

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06 February 2020

Woolworths Group supermarkets in Australia and New Zealand are benefiting from advanced carbon dioxide monitors as new natural refrigeration systems are installed in the fight against climate change.

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10 February 2020

Determined to take customer support to a whole new level, Thorite has introduced a new technical solutions team.

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12 February 2020

Allowing customers to easily gather data for energy and carbon analysis is critical if they are to have any chance of meeting their reduction or regulatory targets, explains Elcomponent.

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06 February 2020

A burner upgrade project at a prestigious visitor attraction in Edinburgh involved replacement of the site's 25-year-old burners with Riello ultra-low nitrogen oxides (NOx) premix burners.

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06 February 2020

Continuing demand for low GWP refrigerant in Europe has prompted Petra Engineering Industries to launch a series of Chilled Water Package Units using propane (R290) as the refrigerant.

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FEATURES

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05 March 2020

Arigna Fuels in County Roscommon in Ireland is an innovative company that converts biomass into a high energy, high density and greener fuel with the same burning characteristics as many existing fossil based fuels.  It developed its own pioneering processing system based around torrefaction (the process of heating biomass in the absence of oxygen) to achieve this. Chris Horsley, Director - Process Engineering Division, Babcock Wanso, explains more.

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28 November 2019

One of the oldest breweries in the world, Einbecker Brewery, has upgraded its existing compressed air units to the Ultima technology from leading compressor manufacturer CompAir, predicting to cut energy costs at the facility by up to 25 per cent.

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19 November 2019

Continuing to run equipment on recycled refrigerant, exempt from the imminent F-Gas ban on 1st January 2020, is an expensive risk to take due to expected supply and demand issues, warns Aggreko.

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21 November 2019

According to James Thompson, managing director of Gen-C, an independent CHP parts and service provider, the following five smart upgrades can transform any gas engine into a more efficient and profitable piece of kit

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10 March 2020

The ‘as-a-service’ business model has redefined the way we access information technology because it gives businesses better control over their IT. Now, the same model is delivering compelling benefits for energy, says Kimberly Littlefield of Enel X.

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05 November 2019

Loss of power or data can be catastrophic for industrial plants, affecting both operational efficiency and safety. It is therefore critical to specify cable protection correctly to ensure uninterrupted performance.

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07 December 2019

Veolia, is urging organisations to re-think their energy policies in light of recent power losses.

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05 November 2019

When insurance inspectors recommended that 10 heating and hot water boilers at a leading UK University be replaced due to substandard quality, it was discovered that the original supplier had not only switched production of its boilers without informing the university, but worse still, was itself no longer trading. Thankfully, expert assistance from renowned hot water and steam specialist, CFB Boilers, helped to solves the issue.

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29 October 2019

There are many variables to consider when specifying cable protection, such as the choice of material, new or retrofitted options or even whether to opt for bespoke-designed cable protection. Flexible conduit manufacturer, Flexicon, explores the options available to ensure the specification suits the application.

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24 October 2019

A common question in the compressed air industry is choosing between a rotary vane and reciprocating (piston) compressor. Steve Downes, Hydrovane Sales and Product Manager at Gardner Denver, looks to settle this debate, outlining why rotary vane technology is often more suitable for those seeking a long-term compressed air solution.

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08 October 2019

Manufacturers and installers of energy efficient lighting solutions Ecolighting has recently installed new LED lighting at the Butcher’s Pet Care warehouse facility in Crick to upgrade the company’s previous systems. 

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24 September 2019

Following recent energy shortages across Ireland, companies are being urged to adopt alternative energy solutions. Aggreko says its bridging gap service can help Irish industry start the process of implementing a decentralised energy solution.

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26 March 2019

A report into the global air compressor market has found that oil-free air compressors are expected to increase their share of the market. However, oil-free compressors can come at a higher price than oil-lubricated equivalents, can be less energy efficient, cost more to maintain and still require downstream filtration to ensure ‘oil-free’ air. So are they the most appropriate option? Andy Jones, managing director at Mattei, explains why he thinks oil-free compressors aren’t as infallible, or ne

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13 March 2019

Martin Cooke, technical director for Baltur in the UK, discusses the considerations to bear in mind when selecting a replacement industrial heating system.

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29 November 2018

In this issue of IP&E, the news from the British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) is that it has welcomed its new president, Jason Morgan, and said a well-deserved congratulations to the winner of this year’s Primary Engineer Rogers Knight award

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23 November 2018

Free cooling is a fast, effective and economical way for industrial end-users to reduce process cooling energy costs, in some cases by up to 80%. Get the specification right and the system can pay for itself within 18 months; get it wrong and the investment may fail to live up to expectations. Richard Metcalfe, director – UK & Ireland Sales & Service at ICS Cool Energy looks at the pros and cons of two of the most popular types of free cooling systems. 

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20 November 2018

A consistent supply of clean, dry compressed air is essential to many sectors, but it can require a considerable amount of energy to produce. Here, Andrew Power, country manager at Gardner Denver, details some simple steps that operators can take to improve energy efficiency and bottom line profitability

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16 November 2018

When making the choice between a vane or screw compressor, there are a number of different areas for consideration. Amongst these, the most important are the long-term factors, as these will paint the most accurate picture of which technology is likely to offer the greatest benefits. Andy Jones, managing director at Mattei, examines four key areas to take into account when making a compressor selection

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15 November 2018

Fluid Heater installations are generally at the simpler end of the spectrum when compared to a complex steam plant, so it came as something of a surprise to Babcock Wanson UK when it was approached by a company asking if it could create a 1MW fluid heater to operate at 275 bar pressure and reach a temperature 490°. Chris Horsley, managing director, explains more

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16 November 2018

Power grids are becoming digital jungles. Internet of Things (IoT) sensors, smart meters and integrated cloud services are bringing new considerations for organisations in relation to hackers, cyber security and data protection. Here, Martyn Williams, managing director of energy software expert Copa-Data UK, explains how software is playing an important role in securing networks of information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) in the energy industry.

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COMPANIES

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30 March 2016

For reliable, removal of water/oil condensate from a compressed air system. Available in: 12v, 24v, 110v and 240v. Inner/Outer Port Sizes: 1/2"e; and 3/8"e; General Information: Small Compact design, Fully Automatic - No maintenance, One model for all duties and simple to install.

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25 November 2016

Reach heights between 15.45m - 47.70m

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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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25 November 2016

Lift heights between 4.03m – 16.7m

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25 January 2013

Mike Nankivell, marketing director of Daikin distributor, Space Airconditioning, chairs the HEVAC Air Conditioning Plenary Committee and is Vice President of the Heat Pump Association. He is closely involved with industry regulation and legislation. Here he explains what legal requirements are likely to impact our readers in 2011

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28 April 2016

The Fulton VMP (vertical multiport boiler) incorporate a series of heavy-walled large-diameter schedule 80 flue pipes welded to the top and bottom heads in the pressure vessel; these pipes are surrounded by water.

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31 July 2019

FLIR Thermal Studio is a thermal image analysis and reporting software designed to manage large sets of thermal images and videos.

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19 December 2016

The maintenance management system of choice for maintenance professionals:

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19 November 2018

The all new FFHT32 are a powerful industrial electric fan heaters capable of ducting long distances and delivering high volume airflows with a delta & of 75C, or even holding a room at 60C.

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25 November 2016

Reach heights between 13.00m - 23.00m

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26 November 2015

Platinous The Platinous series lets you can select from a variety of sizes, ranges, and options to meet your specific environmental testing requirements. ESPEC Platinous series include features for quality and reliable operation:

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26 November 2015

Criterion Temperature & Humidity Benchtop

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26 June 2015

The ideal replacement for HID, halogen or fluorescent industrial lighting – LUMiLife high bays are designed for use in warehouses, airports, shopping centres, cold storage, manufacturing plants and fulfilment operations.

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26 November 2015

150 litre to 500 litre capacity -40 to +80c with humidity option if required

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23 November 2016

The Ceramic and EXSEV Bearings are designed for applications operating in extreme special environments where conventional bearings are not suitable for.

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