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Bearings help bring reduced costs to iron and steel sector
With the iron and steel industry facing the ever-increasing overhead of maintenance compounded by pressure to reduce operating costs, bearings manufacturer NSK outlines several areas for potential savings in this industry and demonstrates how these savings can be achieved
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Capacitance modules boost energy efficiency
Andrew Davies of Bosch Rexroth explains how capacitance modules can be an easy and cost-effective way to improve the energy efficiency of machines.
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Flat-pack racking can cut installation time and carbon footprint
Alan Lewis, Business Development Manager for Retex UK, explains how flat packed 19-inch racks can reduce the carbon footprint of your data centre — and reduce costs at the point of installation
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Effective sensor management can reduce process costs
Analysis by Volker Erbe, Sensors Product Manager at process control specialist B├╝rkert Fluid Control Systems investigated the whole life costs associated with field devices such as sensors, transducers and the control platform they are connected to — and showed that far larger savings could be achieved by making changes to product selection at the initial stage of a project
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Making the most of data to improve efficiency
The water industry's need to adopt Whole Life Asset Management as the best way to ensure overall efficiency, keep prices down and quality up has created a need, not for more data but for better information. So the recent 'Driving Innovations in the Water Industry Conference' hosted by Mitsubishi Electric Europe's UK Branch looked at how some companies are embracing the new regime
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Bearings designed to improve thermal and kinetic energy recovery
In automotive and industrial applications, super precision bearings are playing a key role in both thermal and kinetic energy recovery systems (KERS), helping OEMs develop more energy efficient systems, says Chris Mitchell, Project Manager at The Barden Corporation
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Tailored bearings a key factor in machinery efficiency
There is a growing focus on the energy efficiency of electrically-powered machinery and equipment. As the chosen bearings also affect energy consumption, it may prove worthwhile for machine manufacturers and operators to draw on domestic appliance producers' and carmakers' experience of using reduced-friction bearings. Bearings company NSK maintains that tailoring bearings individually to the specific application is the only way to achieve optimum efficiency
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Electric motors: making the right choice
The myriad motor technologies all have partially overlapping functionalities, so how does an engineer choose the right type of motor for a given application? Jerry Hodek, Technical and Operations Director at Regal, offers a guide for applications requiring precisely metered torque, speed or positioning
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