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31 March 2021

ENTERPRISE ASSET management software company, Ultimo, and Internet of Things (IoT) system integrator Axians, have announced a technology partnership that will meet the increased data needs of their customers and the needs of the next generation of asset management.

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19 March 2021

LEADING PROVIDER of data-driven reliability and integrity programmes, Pinnacle, has introduced an improved approach to reliability modeling called Quantitative Reliability Optimization (QRO). This new approach streamlines current reliability methodologies into a single, comprehensive analysis, empowering leaders in processing industries to make smarter decisions at a lower cost, reports the company.

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10 March 2021

OVER IN the US, the Air Force has awarded unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) specialist, Black Swift Technologies, a contract for the development of software capable of predicting UAS system failures before they happen.

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05 March 2021

WITH THE early impact of the coronavirus pandemic restricting most of industry’s maintenance activities in 2020, leading engineering company, Alfa Laval is warning of a potential breakdown backlog if routine repairs and servicing are not prioritised.

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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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29 September 2020

For a fixed price (including travel to and from site) injection moulders can now have every Sumitomo (SHI) Demag NC5 machine in their fleet thoroughly checked and certified to ISO 9001 and VDA 6.4 standards, increasing reliability and enhancing production performance.

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FEATURES

22 March 2021

MICHAEL POVEY looks at the three main locations of steam leaks and how they can be prevented

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12 March 2021

Cleaning of railway components plays an important role for fast and smooth processing of repairs, crack testing, maintenance and service

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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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23 September 2020

Many applications rely on back-up power to kick in in an emergency and performing maintenance will make sure that power 'plan B' is a success. Keith Brown explains how businesses can maintain reliable power sources

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27 July 2020

Fugro, the world’s leading geo-data specialist, has worked with Bosch Rexroth for over a decade to ensure it has the best hydraulic systems and software solutions on board its geotechnical drilling vessel, the Fugro Synergy. Now, they are working together again in order to better prepare for the future

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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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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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02 October 2018

The Reliability Dialogue theatre forms part of the educational content of Maintec 2018. Here, Andy Pye, the event's senior editorial consultant, reviews the aims of the theatre and reveals the objectives of a behind-closed-doors round table discussion

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22 August 2018

Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) has an outstanding track record in civil aviation, nuclear power and defence industries, however it is not widely encountered in the manufacturing and process industries. Pete Hibbs and Michael Dixey of GGR explain how derivatives of RCM can make it easier to put into practice

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16 July 2018

More than 90% of the companies EMS Cognito comes across have a reliability strategy based simply on servicing the components of the machine. Here, the company explains why it believes a paradigm shift in thinking is required

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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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