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Articles from Plant & Works Engineering (February 1, 2020)

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2020 must be year of automation for UK manufacturing to reclaim lost ground. 348
2020/2021 catalogue launched. 151
ARC wins 2019 Rogers Knight Award. 334
Five key pointers on short-term forklift rental: Businesses are under increasing pressure to respond flexibly and efficiently. But how can materials handling operations provide the agility needed, with minimum exposure to risk? Alan Clark, asset manager at Doosan Industrial Vehicle UK, provides a five-point guide to flexing your assets. 1111
Flexible shafts in industrial drain cleaning: David W. Neville, S.S. White Technologies, Inc, takes a look at the benefits of flexible shafts in industrial drain cleaning. 1022
Guidance on safer plant isolation launched. 208
igus invests in automation to reduce lead times. 268
Machine learning & predictive analytics: Reshaping manufacturing: Vivek Shah, Syncron, takes a look at how machine learning and predictive analytics are reshaping manufacturing. 821
MAKE uk - the manufacturers' organisation monthly news comment. Phipson, Stephen 384
More doors for Sunderland plant. 180
New lease of life for boiler feed pumps: Boiler feed pumps are essential pieces of equipment for power generation plants. High energy requirements mean they need to be efficient as well as reliable. For one liquified natural gas (LNG) plant in South East Asia, nine boiler feed pumps needed urgent attention and Sulzer was called in to deliver the most effective solution. PWE reports. 739
Plant & Asset Management Expo set to return to NEC in April. 291
Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (PSSR 2000): a training overview: BCAS' Pressure Systems Safety Regulations (PSSR 2000) compliance courses cover everything people need to know about this key piece of legislation for the compressed air industry. To understand your obligations, BCAS training and development officer, Roy Brooks, has put together an overview of the legislation and the top ten reasons to keep up to speed. 552
RAF Museum Spitfire receives Engineering Heritage Award. 345
Robots or cobots--which to choose? Jonathan Wilkins, director of industrial automation parts supplier, EU Automation, discusses what manufacturers should consider when choosing which type of robot to invest in. 839
The basis for investment. 355
Trouble Shooter: The answer to this month's problem solver is supplied by James Morgan, Eaton Electrical. 307
Which assessment is the right one? 236

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