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Wear protection vital for energy-from-sludge efficiency
Wear protection is key to continuous production and optimised whole life costs in energy-from-sludge waste plants, says industrial wear solutions company Kingfisher Industrial
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Adhesives go to greater lengths to aid wind turbine development
Sebastien Lichtle, of Huntsman Advanced Materials Technical Support Adhesives, Composites and Tooling, explains why adhesives continue to offer a competitive advantage in the wind energy industry
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Maintaining the balance of power
Organisations cannot meet year-on-year energy reduction targets without understanding and identifying the key areas of consumption — such as the data centre. Real time and accurate power metering and monitoring is now essential. But with traditional metering technology requiring downtime, data centre managers have simply been unable to achieve the in-depth insight required, often opting instead for temporary or 'best guess' solutions. However, as Mark King, Director of data centre innovator 2bm explains, data centre power monitoring can now be implemented without a complete re-fit and whilst allowing normal, uninterrupted operation, enabling a fast-track route to CRC compliance
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Reaping an energy harvest from shock absorbers
Setting out to ignore the 'Surrey with the fringe on top' approach with today's electric vehicles, the IDTechEx Future of Electric Vehicles conference in San Jose, California, on December 7th and 8th, is attracting Best-in-Class speakers to look at ways of harvesting energy from vehicle shock absorbers. IDTechEx Chairman Dr Peter Harrop explains
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New test brings greater efficiency to compressed air dryers
The days of estimated and approximate values will soon be over as far as desiccant management in compressed air processing is concerned — new test method will soon be ready to substitute the previously more reactive proceedings regarding the maintenance of large adsorption dryers. Horst Singer of BEKO Technologies explains
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The ideal couple improves drive efficiency
Maximising pump/drive motor efficiencies relies on selecting the correct drive coupling, says David Brooksbank, Director of Marketing at power transmission specialist Altra Industrial Motion
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How to benefit from the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme
IMServ believes that the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme has the potential to be a good business opportunity, but only if approached in the right way.
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Clean coal technology: taking a holistic approach
When clean coal technology is discussed, it sometimes seems that creating modern or 'ultra super critical' coal-fired power stations is presented as the main or even the only answer. Dr Phil Shelton, mining specialist and technical director of consultants Wardell Armstrong, argues here for a more holistic approach
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