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Surge protectors join Mouser's global linecard

Surge protectors join Mouser's global linecard
Mouser Electronics and CITEL, a France-based company, have signed a global distribution agreement.
17th June 2021

Wiring and connectivity line added to RS PRO portfolio

Wiring and connectivity line added to RS PRO portfolio
RS Components (RS) has launched the RS PRO Wiring and Connectivity portfolio, comprising high-quality and price-competitive connection products for industrial and networking applications across myriad market sectors.
3rd June 2021

Givaudan: leading safety in the fragrance industry

Givaudan: leading safety in the fragrance industry
Once the artistic work of creating a fragrance is complete and the formula has been signed off, the process of extracting the raw materials and blending begins. Safety and compliance are a priority during the manufacturing process and so, when flavours and fragrances giant Givaudan wanted to strengthen its safety critical alarm systems at its Kent facility, it partnered with Omniflex to upgrade its fleet of annunciators.
17th May 2021


Clamp meters support safer electrical testing

Clamp meters support safer electrical testing
A family of clamp meters that make electrical measurements much safer for servicing and maintenance technicians has been introduced by Fluke.
12th May 2021

Industrial resistors aren’t just for the factory floor

Industrial resistors aren’t just for the factory floor
Resistors are commonplace power components in industrial buildings - but their use is not limited to the factory floor. In many industries, resistors play a vital role in the power management of electrical equipment. Here, Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of Cressall, explores the applications of resistors beyond the four walls of industrial buildings.
5th May 2021

Quiet, strong, easy to fill: E2.1 e-chains tick all the boxes

Quiet, strong, easy to fill: E2.1 e-chains tick all the boxes
Energy supply using polymer e-chains are virtually unlimited, whether the application is linear, vertical or rotational. And new polymer materials, improved designs and customer-specific requirements are continually expanding the product range, exemplified by the E2.1, the new e-chain standard for the small and medium load range.
4th May 2021

Extended electrical choke capabilities on show

Extended electrical choke capabilities on show
REO UK is set to showcase its range of chokes and transformers at the virtual EMC and Compliance International (EMC&CI) event, taking place on 19th and 20th May, 2021. This follows REO UK having further expanded its choke manufacturing capabilities to produce electrical components that are more lightweight, thermally efficient and that provide lower losses.
27th April 2021

Screw compressor range for workshops and small businesses

Screw compressor range for workshops and small businesses
Atlas Copco’s latest G2-7 models are now the smallest, oil-injected rotary screw compressors in the company’s professional portfolio. Designed to replace the current GX2-7 range, boost productivity and lower operational costs, they are an unrivalled low-cost solution for small companies, workshops and operations with an infrequent air demand that are looking to expand their compressed air applications.
19th April 2021

Supplier brings wide range of linear actuators to the UK

Supplier brings wide range of linear actuators to the UK
Electro Mechanical Systems (EMS) Ltd remains a distributor of advanced linear actuators and motion products, designed and manufactured by Ewellix. Formerly known as SKF Motion Technologies, Ewellix manufactures components for a wide range of applications including medical equipment, factory automation and automotive manufacturing, and their extensive product line is available in the UK from EMS.
14th April 2021

Improving surge protection

Improving surge protection
While the most destructive forms of transient surges are typically lightning and utility load switching, these two events are thought to account for just 20% of all transient surge activity. The remaining 80% occur in the supposed safety of the factory walls. So how can plant managers protect their equipment from its own production line? Here Simone Bruckner, Managing Director of Cressall, investigates.
7th April 2021


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