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Articles from Plant & Works Engineering (September 1, 2017)

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24/7 Variable speed drive cover. Brief article 265
A 'Diamond' installation: The bio-engineering department at the University of Sheffield's Diamond building, reguired a source of low and high-pressure steam and, having looked at numerous solutions and manufacturers from the UK and Europe, approached Fulton for advice and a solution. PWE reports. 871
Air dryers offer benefits. 231
Automatic lubrication system prevents: PWE takes a look at how an automatic lubrication system from Schaeffler is preventing unplanned downtime of a large ventilation fan at BMW Regensburg. 702
Backlash-free shaft coupling. 109
BCAS' monthly column for the compressed air user. Column 239
BDP ATEX pump range. 135
Beyond certifications: Jonathan Walker, engineering manager at Oilgear, explores the innate features and processes that can ensure hydraulic pump performance is not simply defined by basic certification, but offers further benefits to the application that reduce the risks of downtime. 888
Breathing safety. Brief article 140
BSI Certification achieved. 136
Change begins within: PWE looks at how smarter energy management could make a real difference to your Industry 4.0 journey. 667
Climate control in the food industry. 121
Climate control in the food industry: Climate control of enclosures using water cooling is highly efficient, especially if there is already a central cold water supply available in the production plant. The new Hygienic Design air/water heat exchangers from Rittal are ideally suited to the food industry, where hygiene standards are exceptionally stringent. 531
Complacency--our worst enemy: We should be positive that UK Manufacturing has enough entrepreneurial spirit and technical innovation to take advantage of the opportunities and face head-on the challenges. But what we mustn't be however is complacent--this would be our worst enemy. Blutstein, Aaron 374
CPD-accredited webinars. 136
Designing for low NOx: With the tightening of NOx regulations there are clear advantages to utilising the latest technologies to reduce emissions. Bernard Dawson of Riello Burners considers options such as flue gas recirculation in pressure jet burners. 954
Discounted training. Brief article 129
Drive for baggage handling systems. 124
EEF appoints new chief executive. 375
ErP - what it means. 136
Expanding PPE offerings. 134
Faster image processing. 137
From Strain to Lifetime. 119
Health check. 129
High-precision distance measurement. 125
Higher flow rates. 150
HP and IP workshop announced. 134
Ideal control systems. 1259
IE4 smooth-surface motors. 135
Industrial automation protocol options. 140
Infra-red gas catalytic ovens. 123
J-Energy collection catalogue. 123
Long-lasting seal. Brief article 122
Low NOx versions introduced. 129
Manufacturing benchmark. 122
MAS officially launched as online help desk. Brief article 142
Mass flow controllers. 119
Maximising savings with LED lighting: Upgrading to LED lighting for industrial/logistics lighting applications has the potential to deliver many benefits. To fully realise these benefits, it's important to understand some key characteristics of LED lighting, says Simon Miles, sales director of Carbon8lighting. 1174
More pixels, more frames. 124
New 18V LXT tools. 135
New boilers added to fleet. 123
New production manager. Brief article 135
New software centre for condition monitoring launched. Brief article 109
New TS twin-screw pump. 137
Outdoor collection. 129
Outstanding TCO. 264
Plant & Asset Management Exhibition 2018 to showcase future of maintenance solutions. 371
Pumps for de-scaling. 139
Ready for the summer? 132
Rubber sheeting & flooring. 119
Sealing cable entries. 129
Seeing clearly--specifying new safety eyewear. 598
Sensors & Instrumentation 2017 seminars to address key industry issues. 391
Smarter energy management: a case study. Case study 288
Standalone ALPR systems. 108
The answer to this month's trouble shooter is provided by MISTRAS Group Limited. 259
The future of maintenance engineering: Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at obsolete equipment supplier EU Automation, discusses how Industry 4.0 is changing the way businesses approach maintenance, and what is the role of the maintenance engineer in the factory of the future? 471
The manufacturers' organisation. Scuoler, Terry 353
Three-phase monitoring. 131
Thruster brakes added to range. 132
Triple award finalist. 165
Upgrade to maintenance facilities. 267
Vibration meter bundle. 109
Vision of the future. 470
Water quality sensors. 102

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