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Using AD trials to increase biogas performance
When it comes to anaerobic digestion, trials can range from making minor changes with the feedstock mix or dwell time, to assessing the effects of major equipment upgrades such as new CHP units or digestate processing equipment. Matt Hale, International Sales Manager of HRS Heat Exchangers, explains
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Graphical programming for monitoring and decentralised control
Industry 4.0 is a new industrial era in which industrial processes are implemented digitally in every respect. Bürkert is supporting this development with the Efficient Device Integration Platform (EDIP), which enables intelligent networking down to the sensor and actuator level — the I/O modules now make it possible to integrate all sensors and actuators in EDIP networks
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Maintaining older pumps: the balancing act
Pumping applications account for more than 20 per cent of global electric motor energy consumption and conscientious plant owners have been trying to maximise the efficiency of this equipment for many years. This task is made more difficult for older equipment for which the full specification data is no longer available or has been reappropriated for a new task. Jerry Ruc, field engineer with Sulzer, looks at some common causes of poor performance and suggests methods of improving efficiency
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Monitoring Government schemes for fuelling the future
David Cowburn, MD of NAPIT Certification, discusses the recent consultation on the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) and how this could affect those living in fuel poverty in the future
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Consider the whole package when assessing drive train efficiency
Fuelled by the introduction of more stringent IE efficiency classes, manufacturers are chasing headline efficiency figures which could only have been dreamed of just ten years ago. There’s no denying that this is a positive thing for industry — but is motor efficiency just the tip of the iceberg, asks Phillip Crowe, Marketing Manager of Bauer Gear Motor
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Water sector supply chain facing up to the AMP6 'rollercoaster'
Glen Henderson, Mitsubishi Electric’s Water Industry Sales Manager, discusses the implications to the supply chain of the 'rollercoaster' ride that is AMP6, the water sector's latest asset management programme investment period
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Maintaining productivity with a modular approach to automation
The food and beverage industry has embraced automation, says Neil Saunders, General Manager, Bürkert Fluid Control Systems. By taking a modular approach to automation, plant owners can gradually introduce new technologies and expand the number of automated processes, in order to maintain productivity and keep up with the latest safety legislation
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Making the correct choice for cost-effective HV coil replacement
For industries operating and maintaining high voltage (HV) motors and generators, a cost effective and planned repair schedule is crucial to maintaining productivity. Central to this regime is the use of high quality, precision manufactured stator coils, available through a local and trusted partner that can deliver long term reliability, improved performance and minimal downtime. Danny Fox, Coil Shop Manager at Sulzer’s Birmingham Service Center, looks at the key aspects of replacing coils in HV equipment
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