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igus designs e-skin flat single pods for cleanrooms

igus designs e-skin flat single pods for cleanrooms
igus has developed the world’s first ‘e-skin flat’ single pod - designed specifically to guide cables in compact and particle-free cleanrooms. To ensure quick and easy installation customers can use the e-skin flat to select and combine chambers and then insert the cables in seconds. There is also the option of a new support chain, which strengthens the e-skin flat. This new energy supply system was first unveiled by igus last year at the Hannover show, the technology exhibition for innovation and emerging trends.
1st December 2020

M&E installation completed at battery industrialisation centre

M&E installation completed at battery industrialisation centre
NG Bailey has completed a fast-paced installation of mechanical and electrical services installation at the UK’s prestigious and pioneering new battery development facility, the £130m UK Battery Industrialisation Centre (UKBIC). Acting as Principal Contractor, NG Bailey completed the £14.6m installation in just eight months.
25th November 2020

Power stanchion copes with harsh environments

Power stanchion copes with harsh environments
The new Power Dynamics (PDI) watertight Power Stanchion series designed for harsh environments and rugged applications is in stock at New Yorker Electronics.
20th November 2020


igus joins global automation body PROFIBUS & PROFINET International

igus joins global automation body PROFIBUS & PROFINET International
igus has joined the world’s largest automation membership body to advance the research of Profinet technology in dynamic applications. The focus for PROFIBUS & PROFINET International (PI), which has more than 1,700 members worldwide, is the continuous development of Profibus and Profinet technology, the two most important enabling technologies in automation today.
10th November 2020

Flipping the switch: monitoring electrical equipment

Flipping the switch: monitoring electrical equipment
The Natref petrol refinery, located in the industrial region of Sasolburg, was commissioned in 1971 and is one of South Africa’s oldest inland refineries. Historically, engineers at the refinery have had difficulties monitoring the operations of circuit breakers at the refinery’s substations, leading to increased maintenance costs and unplanned down-time. Here, Ian Loudon, International Sales and Marketing Manager at Omniflex, discusses how alarm annunciators and sequence of events recording came to the aid of plant operational managers at the refinery.
10th November 2020

New range of ultra-compact harmonic filters launched

New range of ultra-compact harmonic filters launched
CP Automation has announced its new range of small-footprint Revcon harmonic filters and regen units. To ensure equipment longevity and efficient energy consumption across oil and gas, water treatment and data centre sectors, the extended product offering includes the Revcon RLD regen unit, Revcon Harmonic Filter RHF-5Pand Revcon RHF-Active.
3rd November 2020

Addressing the threat of interference

Addressing the threat of interference
Whether for condition monitoring or positioning control, fieldbus communication is crucial for connectivity in most modern manufacturing and process environments. Often, however, fieldbus systems are susceptible to ElectroMagnetic Interference (EMI) caused by switching in power supplies, motors and HVAC systems in a plant. Here, Steve Hughes, Managing Director of REO UK, explores the impact of EMI on communications and how this can be mitigated.
12th October 2020

Project ‘reinvents the wheel’ with flat-pack hydro-energy solutions

Project ‘reinvents the wheel’ with flat-pack hydro-energy solutions
Carruthers Renewables has teamed up with the University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC), part of the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS), to explore manufacturing methods for a patented water wheel capable of combating electricity scarcity in developing countries.
6th October 2020

HD inspection camera scans inaccessible areas

HD inspection camera scans inaccessible areas
HellermannTyton has launched Cable Scout Cam, a professional miniature HD inspection camera for viewing electrical installations in inaccessible areas such as suspended ceilings, conduits or stud walls.
2nd October 2020

3 ways Autonomous Machine Vision benefits plastic injection moulding

3 ways Autonomous Machine Vision benefits plastic injection moulding
Traditionally, plastic injection moulding is a difficult application for machine vision. The highly reflective surface of plastics is hard to illuminate correctly, and the fact that the same production line can create items of different colours and shapes is problematic for traditional solutions, only capable of inspecting one product at a time. Here, Zohar Kantor, VP Sales of Inspekto, explains how Autonomous Machine Vision (AMV) has overcome these challenges.
29th September 2020


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