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29 March 2021

CLEAR PRESSURE tanks from SR-TEK help reduce research and development time by allowing engineers and scientists to observe reactions and make changes in real-time.

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29 March 2021

THE LATEST mobile products from Uniflex include hydraulic crimpers, that provide a high degree of precision, and a battery-driven hose-cutting machine.

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13 November 2020

TAKING PLACE on Tuesday 17 November, the inaugural IP&E Live online seminar will feature a packed programme of presentations aimed at anyone with an interest in industrial maintenance and reliability. You can gain on-demand access the presentations after the event by registering.

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30 July 2020

Laser cladding can be used to mitigate the impact of environmental and operational factors on the performance of many heavy vehicles and machinery components, explains TLM Laser.

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10 June 2020

Thorite has introduced a completely new concept to its after-sales customer care, resulting in a comprehensive aftermarket solutions package that gives customers greater added value and a more focused service.

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03 April 2020

Developed to link two high power busbars, a new double fork connector from Stäubli Electrical Connectors has a simplified, cost-effective design that helps cut maintenance and replacement costs.

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27 April 2020

Brady's Lockout/Tagout programmes are designed to enable safer machine interventions.

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03 March 2020

Lanes Group have used a new Picote mini cleaner and an electro-mechanical cutter to clear drain blockages in one of the two reactor halls at Heysham power station, Lancashire.

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18 February 2020

Following the success of its range of premium storage toolcases, C.K Magma is launching its Technician’s PRO Wheeled Case (MA2652).

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14 February 2020

Engineering adhesives manufacturer, Henkel, whose brands include LOCTITE, TEROSON and BONDERITE, has introduced new packaging to thwart those who seek to imitate its products.

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14 February 2020

The new VUCAM XO-D is a competitively priced, high performance, portable industrial video borescope system.

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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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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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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

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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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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10 October 2019

The Safety Knife Company will be demonstrating a wide range of products at Maintec 2019.

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10 October 2019

The VUCAM D portable industrial video borescope combines new imaging technologies with field proven industrial video endoscope manufacturing.

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FEATURES

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03 December 2020

With lockdown and social distancing measures still impacting industrial sites and the need to be competitive in an increasingly global market becoming ever more vital, one thing that businesses cannot afford to have is unnecessary downtime. The recent IP&E Live conference on Industrial Maintenance, sponsored by Omicron and Megger, took an in-depth look at reliability best practices

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03 April 2020

While it can be argued that all maintenance is critical, nobody can argue that there is an application area more critical than a hospital. This is a zero-downtime environment - where availability of equipment, services and a tranquil atmosphere are symbiotically tied to patient recovery. Maintenance contractors to hospitals must offer the fastest reaction and the optimum solution. For a hospital in Devon, the expertise of Rotamec, an electro-mechanical engineering service provider, has helped to guarantee patient comfort.

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14 January 2020

IDEAL Networks is urging electricians to master new skills and equipment now to cope with the growing use of PoE (Power over Ethernet) in intelligent lighting applications.  In particular, PoE testers can help electricians to conduct quick, accurate PoE validation, eliminating guesswork and getting the job done faster. 

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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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13 September 2018

Water quality plays a considerable role in plant efficiency but what should we be measuring, where and how? Armand Uchtmann, commercial business manager water quality EMEA of HORIBA, offers guidance on monitoring the quality of water used for heating and cooling purposes.

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28 August 2018

Rapidly evolving technology is set to dramatically impact the indirect procurement supply chain, according to Peter Malpas, managing director - RS Northern Europe

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22 August 2018

Whether it is safety tests for your electrical switchgear, efficiency tests for your boiler or upkeep for plant parts and equipment, the need for ongoing maintenance is vital. However, when completing international projects, where management of a facility is transferred to a local team, how can maintenance of the site and its components be preserved? Dave Friar of Boulting considers what you should do when preparing to hand over maintenance control

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28 November 2017

A joint research project conducted at the University of Nottingham found that energy efficient motors remained within ±0.5% of their original efficiency after being repaired by a good service centre. This is within the specification tolerances of the label and efficiency banding. Tim Marks of the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) reviews the project and its findings.

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14 March 2017

ExxonMobil offers tips to help gas engine operators optimise engine performance by taking a best practice approach to lubrication and highlights the benefits a gas engine operator in Poland has seen since it started to analyse used oil on a regular basis

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07 September 2015

Timely maintenance and protection can help to extend the useful working life of a manufacturing facility and the machines within it, explains Phil Burge, country communication manager at SKF

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20 August 2015

It’s never pleasant when everyday technology of any sort fails, but when equipment breaks down in an industrial production environment, results can be ruinous. Here, Leroy Spence, European Automation’s sales development manager, explains how to limit the damages of a breakdown by rapidly sourcing the right component

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17 August 2015

Industrial vending takes technology previously used for consumer goods and applies it to Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) product supply, as this article – adapted from a white paper by Ian Ritchie, MD of Brammer UK, explains

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12 February 2015

Steel mills, food manufacturing facilities and pulp and paper plants are just a few of the industries that have high-temperature operating environments. As a result, operators require lubricants, including greases, that are designed to ensure consistent performance and longevity in tough conditions. Umut Urkun, Industrial Marketing, EAME at ExxonMobil Lubricants & Specialties comments

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23 January 2015

When a machine in the Cold Mill at Tata’s Port Talbot works failed, Quartzelec worked 24/7 to get it operational.

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16 December 2014

With engineering skills becoming an increasingly scarce resource it is important that an engineer’s time is spent on core tasks. Unfortunately, too many are still spending valuable time sourcing spares, according to Paul Bermingham, contract development manager Eriks Integrated Solutions Ireland

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13 November 2014

When the three-phase control resistors for the 2700kW main motor on Ketton Cement's rock crusher failed, Cressall Resistors came to the rescue, as Martin Nicholls, sales director explains

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24 September 2014

Every day, the Queen Mary Reservoir holds 910,000,000L of water. This is drawn in from an intake channel fed from the Thames. After almost a century of activity, and following several refurbishments to machinery and equipment throughout the years, the centrifugal pumping system was ready for a major upgrade

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01 September 2014

The traditional cure for an inefficient belt drive has been to simply replace the worn belt with a new one. However, Mark Maher, technical manager at ERIKS UK, argues that the repair or replacement of a pulley is a more effective way to resolve the problem.

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07 May 2014

The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) is often asked about what requirements there are in law in relation to spare parts for compressed air equipment, especially with regards to availability, and also what rights people have in terms of a warranty. In this article, Greg Bordiak, BCAS technical officer, looks at the most frequently asked questions relating to spare parts and the law.*

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11 February 2014

Since being awarded the MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) contract for Baileys, a key brand within Diageo, Brammer Ireland has helped the company to reduce its suppplier base, cut its costs and enabled sustainable benefits to be achieved. Val Kealey visited the site to find out more

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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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25 January 2018

The special requirements around maintaining plant and equipment on an NDC (National Distribution Centre) revolve around the key area of making sure the plant, conveyors, cranes and the like, are running at the maximum efficiency for the maximum length of time, thereby ensuring that the clients products are sent out on time, be they pet food, groceries, computer parts or D.I.Y items.

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