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Boulting greet Duke and Duchess at Wirral Youth Zone

Boulting greet Duke and Duchess at Wirral Youth Zone
Residents lined the streets of Birkenhead in January to catch a glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they officially opened The Hive Youth Zone, a £6m Youth Zone which supports the area’s 38,900 8-19 year olds. As a patron and supporter of the new facility, engineering solutions provider, Boulting had the privilege of meeting Harry and Meghan during one of the couple’s first official engagements of 2019.
8th February 2019

Visualising the future of plant maintenance

Visualising the future of plant maintenance
Virtual technology has been around for almost half a century, with industries such as entertainment, education and design all incorporating varying aspects. However, it has only been in the past five years where Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) have made their way into industrial environments. Here, Nick Boughton, digital lead at leading systems integrator Boulting Technology, explains how AR and VR are re-defining plant maintenance.
30th October 2018

Shedding light on electrical refurbs

Shedding light on electrical refurbs
  Boulting has released an infographic detailing ten top tips for engineers who are carrying out electrical refurbishments. The infographic highlights the most important aspects of the refurbishment process and educates plant managers about the importance of each stage.
13th September 2018


Benefitting from local knowledge

Benefitting from local knowledge
Language barriers, different cultural expectations and a whole new set of engineering standards — managing an international project can be daunting. Here, Dave Friar, operations director at engineering solutions provider, Boulting explained why working closely with local engineers when managing construction and commissioning of international facilities can lessen the headache.
24th August 2018

Retrospective digitalisation makes the most of legacy equipment

Retrospective digitalisation makes the most of legacy equipment
Four in five manufacturers believe that smart factory technologies will improve their supply chain relationships, according to the Annual Manufacturing Report, 2018. The proposed benefits of data collection from smart sensors are huge, but some manufacturers still feel that a smart factory is out of their reach. Here, Nick Boughton, digital lead at systems integrator Boulting Technology explains how plants with legacy equipment can retrospectively upgrade their facility to a smart factory.
16th August 2018

Managing director for systems integrator appointed

Managing director for systems integrator appointed
It has been announced that Boulting Technology, has appointed Robin Whitehead as its new managing director. Whitehead, who has been with Boulting for 25 years, will oversee the company’s range of services including systems integration, industrial network systems and pump centre optimisation across the country.
2nd August 2018

Plug and play in industrial plants

Plug and play in industrial plants
Contradictory to the common belief that technology necessary for Industry 4.0 is expensive, the Combine and Conquer report by Accenture found that combining technologies such as AR/VR, big data and machine learning can save large businesses an average of £60,000 per employee. Nick Boughton, sales manager at industrial systems integrator, Boulting Technology here explores the growing trend of plug and play technologies.
26th June 2018

It's a woman's world - considering a career in STEM

It's a woman's world - considering a career in STEM
  In a recently published report titled 'Why not physics? - a snapshot of girls’ uptake at A-level', Professor Dame Julia Higgins, claimed that “an ill-judged quip that girls ‘can’t’ do maths, or physics is ‘too hard’, can lead to girls making life-changing decisions that alter the subject they study or the career they pursue.”
14th June 2018

Preventative maintenance helps the clock keep ticking

Preventative maintenance helps the clock keep ticking
Did you know, the Beverly Clock has not been manually wound in more than 150 years? However the clever mechanism keeps it ticking with minimal problems. In spite of this, the clock has stopped working on a number of occasions. However by cleaning, maintenance and environmental changes the clock has been kept in operation.  To keep a Motor Control Centre (MCC) running, it’s important that maintenance is done proactively to prevent costly down-time. Here, Pat McLaughlin, operations director of Boulting Technology, explains why preventative maintenance is so important for MCCs.
23rd February 2018

To overcome a challenge you first need to recognise that it exists

To overcome a challenge you first need to recognise that it exists
Ian McWha, Key Account Manager at Boulting Technology, explores the importance of recognising and overcoming challenges when designing a switchboard. When plant managers look to install a new switchboard in their facility, they are often presented with a range of challenges that they must address. Identifying these challenges as soon as possible is imperative to the success of the installation and the functionality of the switchboard. If not addressed, these issues can have drastic consequences, causing production down-time or even damage to other systems and employees.
23rd October 2017

Protecting control systems from digital attacks

Protecting control systems from digital attacks
  Systems integrator expert, Boulting Technology, has released an infographic detailing histories top five industrial computer viruses. The infographic educates industries that rely on computer control systems on how the lack of preventative measures against viruses and hackers can lead to costly downtime due to lost or stolen data.
5th July 2017

Award-winning pump system carbon reduction

Award-winning pump system carbon reduction
The Water Industry Achievement Award for Carbon Reduction Initiative of the Year has been awarded to engineering solutions provider, Boulting Group for its collaborative work with Thames Water. The awards, which were held at the VOX Conference Centre, Birmingham on 23rd May 2017 celebrate innovation, best practice and stand-out projects from within the water industry.
15th June 2017

Lowering risk for low margin manufacturers

Lowering risk for low margin manufacturers
Celebrating the success of its 24-7 emergency support offering, Boulting Technology has launched a tailored service that focuses on cost effective management of risk. The service, which includes control system audits, preventative maintenance plans and recommended risk reduction techniques encourages improvements to all processes and quality assurance.
20th April 2017

What does system integration mean for Industry 4.0?

What does system integration mean for Industry 4.0?
The world is decreasing in size every day. Remote locations have never before been more accessible all thanks to communications technology, smartphones and the internet. Connected devices have infiltrated every aspect of our lives, including the most traditional industry sectors.
22nd November 2016

Q&A with a female process control engineer

Q&A with a female process control engineer
The UK currently has the lowest percentage of female engineering professionals in Europe, at less than 10%. When we consider Latvia, Bulgaria and Cyprus are leading the way with nearly 30%, it's time for the nation to up its game. National Women in Engineering Day (NWED) is celebrated every year on 23rd June to help raise the profile of women in engineering and focus on the array of career opportunities available in the industry.
21st June 2016

ABB and Boulting power ahead

ABB and Boulting power ahead
Boulting Technology, has traversed new ground with its 100kA low voltage (LV) switchboard. The product is the largest specification Boulting has developed to date and is specially designed for building services and industrial facilities with applications requiring high fault levels.
18th February 2015

Boulting Power Centre brings BS EN 61439 peace of mind

Boulting Power Centre brings BS EN 61439 peace of mind
Boulting Technology has launched a new range of low voltage (LV) switchboards. The new Boulting Power Centre (BPC) series offers users BS EN 61439 compliance - a mandatory requirement from 1 November 2014.
2nd December 2014


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