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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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Plastic bearings aid small turbine development
Only a few years ago, small wind turbines were manufactured using simple mechanical design and control technology. Today this has evolved into increasingly high-tech products which compare well with larger systems — and now plastic bearings from igus are helping to make the most of the technology
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Monitoring for efficiency
Effective condition monitoring can be a key aspect of achieving efficient energy use in rotating plant and equipment. Here we look at thrust monitoring solutions offered by Sensonics in critical pump applications
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How green is your gearmotor?
Time to focus on improving and replacing fractional-horsepower devices, says John Morehead of Bison Gear & Engineering
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Reducing the carbon footprint of lift truck power
John Lawton, Marketing Director of Enersys Motive Power Europe, comments on the reduction of energy used by the latest lift truck battery charging and fleet management technology
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Save energy, save money: simple credit crunch proof economics
In the prevailing climate of financial uncertainty within commerce and industry, and fluctuating fuel prices, it is essential for manufacturing and process industries to contain and control their consumables and energy costs. Here John Forman of Atlas Copco Compressors examines the issues
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Keeping cool in the workplace
Companies are now realising that high temperatures in the workplace are affecting staff moral and productivity, says Mike Sullivan, MD of CoSaf Environments. They are now faced with the conundrum of how to reduce summer temperatures cost-effectively without increasing their carbon footprint
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Moving towards the carbon neutral factory
So how can a simple item like a flexible shaft coupling reduce energy consumption for manufacturers?
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