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Technology transfer spreads bearing efficiency to new sectors
Technology transfer from low torque automotive bearings is bringing energy efficiency and size savings to other industrial sectors, reports bearings specialist NSK
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Whole Life Costing — the case for CHP
Continuing increases in energy prices, together with ongoing legislation regarding carbon emissions, has put energy management on the boardroom agenda. These hikes in fuel costs and the need for clean, efficient and economic energy has put Combined Heat & Power (CHP) into the limelight with many managers and directors now considering it as a viable alternative to purchasing electricity from energy companies. Marcus Dodsworth, Technical Service Division Manager of shentongroup, explains
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Optimised drive systems a route to greater vehicle efficiency
Developing components, modules and systems that help to reduce vehicle fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are important areas of activity for the motor industry. Automotive sector components supplier Schaeffler outlines some new developments
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Synchronous motors save energy in high power applications
Synchronous motors are increasingly the motor of choice in high power, heavy load applications due to their ability to reduce electrical energy costs and improve energy efficiency by correcting power factor on the motor power supply. Because of the size and nature of the applications in which synchronous motors are used, the energy savings can be considerable, says Marek Lukaszczyk of WEG UK
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Using mechatronics to design in better energy efficiency
Mechatronic design tools and scalable control solutions can help manufacturers optimise energy efficiency and lower total cost of ownership, says Michael Cromheecke, marketing manager for Kinetix Motion Business at Rockwell Automation
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Controlling power through the digital revolution
Hold on to your electric vehicle seat — energy is going digital. Brian MacCleery, principal product manager for clean energy technology at National Instruments, looks at how graphical system design changes the way we manipulate, move and store energy
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Making the right connections for rainwater harvesting
An efficient and reliable water harvesting system can save businesses a considerable amount of money on their yearly water bill. To achieve this, says Hylec-APL's Terry Spriggs, OEMs and installers need to source tough electrical components that aren't phased by a little rain
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Biogas — has the RHI changed the game?
Rob Hill, principal energy and resource manager, Wardell Armstrong, looks at the future for biogas in the UK
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