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Pump upgrade helps improve major sewerage scheme
Part of the Thames Water Tideway Scheme includes the refurbishment of eight pumps at the historic Abbey Mills A pumping station, a task that was contracted to Sulzer. Chris Powles, MD for Sulzer's Rotating Equipment Services, explains
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Monitoring system warns of potential pump failure
Increased noise and vibration levels on two centrifugal pumps at the Perlenbach water treatment plant in Germany were causing bearing defects which could have led to pump failure and a threat to water supplies. Perlenbach changed from regular patrol pump monitoring to a continuous online system from Schaeffler which detects any signs of wear or damage to the bearings early before the pumps fail
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System platform aids drinks company's energy performance
Soft drinks company Lucozade Ribena Suntory has partnered with Human Machine Interface specialist Wonderware to monitor and improve its energy performance
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Packaged chiller systems aid data centre energy efficiency
Packaged chilled water plant rooms supplied by Armstrong Fluid Technology are contributing to improved energy efficiency at a Digital Realty data centre facility in south east Asia. The plant rooms incorporate latest generation chilled water control technology which optimises Power Usage Effectiveness, ensuring excellence in environmental performance
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Compressed air system upgrade brings energy savings
Heritage Trade Frames, a fabricator of domestic and commercial windows, doors and conservatories, has realised annual energy savings of at least £10,000 and pushed up productivity after opting for a compressed air systems upgrade from Atlas Copco
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Efficient condensing boilers provide college heating solution
Pembroke College, Cambridge, has upgraded its heating system with a reliable, energy-efficient solution — installation of four Remeha condensing boilers — that meets its modern day requirements
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Driving the water business into a smarter future
Working with Schneider Electric, Anglian Water embarked on two initiatives —replacement of its ARTS2000 UHF Telemetry System for an Integrated Remote Intelligence Service, and the development of an Integrated Leakage and Pressure Management system. Overall this has led to a ten per cent increase in operational efficiency
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CNC machine improves panel builder's production efficiency
Seeking ways to lower both overheads and operational costs, and looking at ways to improve efficiency and offer better production consistency, Peterborough-based panel builder Pneumatechnique turned to Rittal and its automation systems for switchgear construction
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Insulated panel design boosts cold store energy efficiency
A new super energy-efficient cold storage warehouse extension for temperature controlled storage and distribution company Turners (Soham), is to feature an insulated single envelope designed and installed by composite panel specialist ISD Solutions
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Compressed air system cuts plastics plant's energy costs
A UK plastics company has cut its energy costs by £75,000 a year with new BOGE compressors and control system. The integrated compressed air system replaces 12 compressors with two, and the investment pays back in less than a year
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Roller door save energy, lets the light in but keeps rodents out
A high-speed industrial roller shutter door, newly installed at Brita Water Filter’s busy manufacturing and logistics centre in Bicester, has been shown to reduce energy losses, improve safety through higher natural light levels — and keep rodents out
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Endeco Technologies guides foundry to FFR scheme revenue
A foundry producing up to 45,000 tonnes of continuous cast iron bar annually, is benefitting from the adoption of Firm Frequency Response (FFR), a revenue generating scheme that forms part of the National Grid’s broad Demand-Side Response portfolio. The move was facilitated by Endeco Technologies an aggregator of smart grid optimisation solutions
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