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Articles from Plant & Works Engineering (July 1, 2013)

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"Industry first" seeks to address cyber security skills gap. 405
[pounds sterling]1.25m investment programme. 157
Academy president presses the case for investment in research. 559
Additions to portfolio. 123
Advanced batteries. 145
Advanced LED lighting controls. 107
Alternative filter elements. 256
BCAS' monthly column for the compressed air user. Brief article 208
Bright future ahead: Dr John Coultate, product marketing manager at Romax Technology Ltd, takes a look at how predictive maintenance can drive value for the wind industry. 821
Certification of seals. 254
Climate control requirements. 136
Compact valve positioner. 154
Dedicated French website. Website overview 147
Designing busbar systems. 142
Dust containment. 132
ECA approval. 161
Efficiency improved in recycling industries. 135
Electric boiler provides a cure. 145
Energy efficient installation. 133
Enhanced tank cleaning. 155
Enhanced valves improve quality. 114
Fire-Proof handwheel interlock. 136
Fluid injection injuries, what they are, what to do and how to avoid them. 516
Free-standing enclosure. 135
Getting the most from CHP: the environmental and cost benefits derived from combined heat and power (CHP) are dependent on the way the plant is run. * Colin Porter of Cofely explains why operation and maintenance contracts need to go beyond just ensuring reliability. Porter, Colin 1108
Global cast parts procurement. 122
Half mask powered respirator. 140
Hex head slotted screws. 144
Improved prospects for British manufacturers. 700
Increased reliability, quality and output. 243
Integrated electronics. 107
LED lighting for hazardous areas: when it comes to specifying lighting for use in hazardous offshore oil and gas environments, users should consider the technical and cost advantages of installing the latest LED lamps over the more traditional fluorescent alternatives, says Willi Steckel, product line manager lighting at Cooper Crouse-Hinds. Steckel, Willi 1039
Light crane system. 150
Lord Green opens design & manufacturing facility. 162
Low pressure flow meters. 149
Lubricants help Russian steel plants increase productivity. 366
Machine vision introduced. 110
Meeting engineering demand. Blutstein, Aaron 564
Motor Driven Systems Conference hits the road in 2013. 302
New CHP system supplied. 141
New drives go with the flow. 145
New router series. 141
New software suites. 237
New TIG torches. 147
New UK head. 145
Optical encoders for hazardous areas. 112
Outsourcing: an opportunity for new thinking? Bruce, Guy 1170
Photo etched solutions. 140
Pneumatic components. 129
Pressure jet burner specification. 142
Pumping low viscosity liquids. 145
Record business boost. Brief article 131
Reducing welding gas usage. 154
Reference projects. 130
Rugged laptop computers. 173
Safety approval received. 139
Safety information service. 162
Single axis accelerometer. 150
Sludge transfer problem. 145
Specifying centrifugal pumps: Kevin Lacey of Brammer, examines key criteria in centrifugal pump selection and options available for creating an energy-efficient, low maintenance, pumping solution. Lacey, Kevin 980
Steam generators. 160
Steam trap management saves AB World Foods. Brief article 139
Storing up savings: a poorly-managed storeroom will almost certainly hinder production, limit efficiency and waste resources. In contrast, an optimised store will not only maximise efficiency but become a profit centre in its own right. Julia Mullar, business unit manager of Eriks, explains how better planning, organisation and inventory control can achieve the best possible results. Mullar, Julia 898
Switchgear weather cover. 146
Taking control of burner performance: modern pressure jet burners may incorporate a number of features that will help to optimise energy efficiency and minimise emissions. Bernard Dawson discusses some of the most important areas to consider. Dawson, Bernard 1444
Technology now for the future. Horsley, Chris 948
The answer to this month's troubleshooter is provided by Schaeffler. Brief article 233
The manufacturers' organisation. Scuoler, Terry 488
Tools range expanded. 149
Tough work boot. 148
Training facilities expanded. 335
Unthreaded fastener. 114
Vibration monitoring for cooling towers: cooling towers face a multitude of challenges and pressure is on operators to maintain uptime and productivity. Help is at hand in the form of vibration monitoring and here Chris Hansford, managing director of Hansford Sensors, explains why investment in this technology delivers such a significant return. Hansford, Chris 562
What's the secret of precision wet blasting? Brief article 238
Work-related skin disease. 278

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