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Valve control can reduce food production energy costs and waste
Improved process valve control and enhanced monitoring are vital to energy and waste reduction in food and beverage plants, says Burkert Fluid Control Systems
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Hannover Messe puts energy high on the agenda
Last week marked the completion of the world's largest automation trade fair, Hannover Messe. True to its reputation for dealing with broader and high-impact themes related to industrial automation, Hannover this year placed great emphasis on the current hot topics of energy efficiency, productivity and sustainability, reports consultancy Frost & Sullivan
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Chain systems cut the cost of transporting energy and data
Energy chain systems can not only transport energy, data and media to machines and systems, says manufacturer igus UK. They can also influence their energy consumption costs
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The unreliability of power
Tony Hooper of Scorpions Power Systems considers the issue of power reliability
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Energy harvesting set for a 'tsunami wave of new technologies'
Dr Peter Harrop, Chairman of IDTechEx, considers new possibilities for energy harvesting (EH) or scavenging — the use of ambient energy to provide electrical power for small electronic and electrical devices
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Regulations drive energy-efficienct pump demand
Government incentives are driving the energy-efficient pump market in Europe, says Syed Tauseef Ahmad, Research Analyst Industrial Automation and Process Control – Europe, at growth partnership provider Frost & Sullivan
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Wind turbines cope with Antarctic conditions
A Scottish company has supplied eight wind turbines for use on a base in Antarctica where they must withstand temperatures of -60degC and winds of over 90m/s
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Careful pump selection pays off with energy savings
Pumps tend to be seen by many in the heating sector as small, insignificant components, and it doesn’t really matter which one you use as part of a system — they’ll all do the job. "How wrong can you be?" asks pump manufacturer Wilo
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