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Articles from Plant & Works Engineering (February 1, 2019)

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Title Author Type Words
3-Phase SSRs. 147
BCAS appoints new Board members. 301
Bridging the loading gap. 130
Build your foundations before commissioning new equipment. 531
Compressed air systems show Industry 4.0 in action: If Industry 4.0 has so much to offer manufacturers, why are so few of them rushing to implement it? Plant & Works Engineering spoke to Carl Sharpe, UK & Ireland sales manager of compressed air specialist BOGE who has some practical, real-life examples to show how its benefits can easily be gained right now. 1132
Construction partnership for door specialist. 146
Cooling curve monitoring. 125
Corrugated curver investment. 129
Cost-effective energy metering. 135
Cutting system supplied. 128
DipCAM qualification. 130
Don't take your eye off the ball. 358
Educational seminars. 136
Energy efficient burners. 130
Energy, the Environment & Water A new approach? PWE spoke to Fulton's Carl Knight about the company's new VSRT. 517
Escape and rescue equipment. 145
EURIS calls for extension to Article 50. 184
Ex-proof flow controller. 134
Full blade tests. 143
Game-changing energy innovation developed AT MTC. 346
Global gasket strategy. 134
Heritage Award recognition for former Spitfire factory. Cover story 347
High efficiencies and low emissions. 231
Infra-red print dryer. 127
Intelligent pump control. 131
Laser machining centre. 152
LEGO engineers of the future celebrated at Parliament. 466
Managed switches provide full network control. 136
Management and control system. 123
Mitigating standby generation failure: Companies have become increasingly reliant on the security and continuity of their power supply. Simone Bruckner, managing director of power resistor and load bank manufacturer Cressall Resistors, explains why regular load bank testing should be a crucial part of any company's standby strategy. 531
New courses for 2019. 127
New KDS-FB cable entry. 143
New MD takes control. 130
New piston compressors. 135
New precision products. 106
New tilt sensor. 138
No vessel is too small for thermal imaging inspection: An application at Cambridge Beer Festival demonstrates that no vessel is too small for thermal imaging inspection. Baker, Andrew 594
Oil lubricated compressor. 135
Pipe crossing protected. 131
Pipes, tubing and permeability. 134
Polish team strengthened. 125
Pulp mill ensures availability of drying machine with online monitoring for Industry 4.0. 374
Pump passes acid test. 125
Rapid response prevents pumping station running dry. 257
Rapid steam generators. 131
Replacement drives panel solution. 422
Safe and reliable lifting. 241
Scholarship in honour of group chairman. 137
Self-regulating burners. 136
Six-figure sum invested. 256
Smart CM protects production process: Muntons Malt, one of the UK's largest producers of malted barley has chosen the Smart Condition Monitoring (SCM) system from Mitsubishi Electric to protect fans and motors vital to its large-scale and sensitive production process. 686
Smart production solution. 144
Solving the warehouse automation challenge: Warehouse operators need expert help if they are to implement the most appropriate automation solution for their operations. Therefore choosing the correct partner is critical, Neil Beaumont at Lenze explains. 1065
Surge protection in a modular connector. 149
Team expanded. 123
The manufacturers' organisation. Phipson, Stephen Survey 364
The path to smart automation. 137
Vacuum measurement technology. 129
Water well flow measurements. 140
Welding and cutting catalogue. 133
Wide-ranging safety solutions. 125

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