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Articles from Plant & Works Engineering (August 1, 2011)

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'New' ATEX advice: still confused by the 'new' ATEX directives of 2006? David Almond, head of sales and marketing at Pressure Vacuum Level Ltd offers some advice. Almond, David 1038
0% Finance scheme launched. 497
Apprentice favours heavy engineering. 111
ATEX cleaning systems. 127
Automated plasma cutting. 131
Automatic weather monitors. 133
BCAS' monthly column for the compressed air user. Column 236
British Safety Council meets with Professor Ragnar Lofstedt. 349
Catalogue describes solid wires for welding. 137
Cleaners combat caterpillars. 149
Custom springs. 131
Deeply bemused. Blutstein, Aaron Editorial 454
Descaling chemical. 127
Diaphragm AODD pumps. 120
Dodge tapered roller. 124
Driver training. Brief article 113
Early aerospace success. Brief article 134
Efficiency improved. 127
Electronic access control product. 110
Energy savings. 124
Failsafe function. 168
Flexible data cables. 118
Flexible hire agreement. 136
Foundation level welder skills. 124
Free posters feature welding processes. 118
Gaskets from stock with next day delivery. Brief article 110
Getting a sense of proportion: PWE takes a look at putting load handling safety into proportion. 595
Global event for a global market: Offshore Europe 2011, held between the 6-8th September 2011 is set to focus on the latest oil industry trends. PWE reports. Industry overview 1168
Improved online condition monitoring system. 181
Inflatable dock seals. 131
Latest in recycling technology. 126
Limescale prevention. 115
Low voltage switchgear requirements. 110
Machine safety ensured. 118
Monthly survey highlights recovery steady in manufacturing technologies. 303
More data, more manufacturers, more functions. 124
New hazardous area HMIs. 122
New instrument calibration & maintenance software. 370
New joining module. Brief article 123
New manufacturing plant. Brief article 138
New platform lift. 137
Non contact voltage testers. 153
Optimise energy usage with heat recovery. Brief article 203
Optimised insulation: a recent optimised insulation study shows energy savings with impressive ecological & economic benefits. PWE reports. 570
Pallet performance. 126
Pipeline integrity tester. 119
Plate heat exchangers. 115
Poultry power. 132
Process burners maximise performance. 125
Productivity improved. 122
Protecting against slips, trips and falls. 358
PWE 30th Anniversary news flashback. 366
Ready when called upon. Ashton, Kevin 692
Reman' or retrofit? Reliable operation of automation equipment nearing the end of its operational life is a very high risk strategy. Reducing productivity and increasing production costs are classic symptoms of this mode of operation for the end-user. What are the answers? Paul Hickman of Bosch Rexroth offers a solution. Hickman, Paul 790
Reward and recognition for motion and control excellence. 480
Roof safety systems. 109
Round-the-clock operation. Brief article 113
Safety specs. 116
Save time and money by outsourcing. 123
Sights set on offshore success. 241
Site consideration is key: investing in a new, modern compressor can result in huge energy and carbon savings-but the efficiency of any machine is largely dependent on the way it's installed, and where it's sited. Andy Jones, general manager at Mattei, explains. Jones, Andy 1136
Steps to eradicate falls from height. Brief article 305
Storage tank vent dryers. 143
Strong backing for 'See Inside Manufacturing' campaign: industry has welcomed the launch of the government's 'See Inside Manufacturing' initiative. Brief article 295
Surface roughness tester. Brief article 127
The 16 billion [pounds sterling] profit pot: Rod Ellsworth, vice president for Global Asset Sustainability at Infor, looks at some of the biggest culprits of energy waste in manufacturing plants, and highlights the colossal opportunity to turn waste into profit. Ellsworth, Rod 1122
The answer to this month's troubleshooter is provided by SKF. Brief article 236
The evolution of barcoding and labelling solutions. Lang, Brian 870
The manufacturers' organization. Scuoler, Terry Column 361
The science of thermal imaging: Jon Willis, Flir training manager, ITC North EMEA, looks at the science of thermal imaging. Willis, Jon 1098
Three-year maintenance contract. 114
Time and cost-saving benefits. Brief article 128
Top honours at awards. Brief article 121
Total solution. 118
Traction battery rental solution. 118
Tread covers used at Royal Wedding. 128
UK 'brain drain'? A recent survey highlights how the UK risks a 'brain drain' if it fails to invest more in a new generation of engineers. PWE reports. 633
Waterjet processes. 121
Welding solutions: PWE visited advanced welding and cutting solutions provider, ESAB's number one process centre in Gothenburg, Sweden. 1219
Why use genuine spare parts? Colin Mander, president of the British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) discusses some of the issues and potential pitfalls with the use of lower-cost compressor spare parts. Mander, Colin 1046
Wiper Q&A: PWE asks Michel le Borgne, EMEA category manager, Wipers, Kimberly-Clark Professional, some key questions concerning wipers. Interview 438

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