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Embracing motor efficiency regulations can bring cost savings
Introduction of IE3 regulations and the anticipated arrival of IE4 presents an opportunity for businesses to embrace the latest in electric motor technology and also appreciate the cost savings that can be made. Philip Crowe, Marketing Manager of Bauer Gear Motor, says that manufacturers have developed new designs that will go beyond the required efficiency levels and enable operators to achieve significant savings in running costs
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Efficient AD plant design can maximise RHI payments
Martin Grant, Marketing and Sales Manager of Lipp UK, looks at ways of maximising Renewable Heat Incentive payments through efficient anaerobic digestion plant design
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Exploring the wide range of uses for side channel air blowers
Side channel blowers are a popular and effective way to produce large volumes of clean, dry compressed air — and they can also be used to generate a partial vacuum, says Adrienne Houston of EuroVacuum Products
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Gearboxes: TCO the key to maximising long-term savings
What constitutes value for money when buying an industrial gearbox? It would be a mistake to judge a product by its purchase price alone, says Dave Brown, UK Sales Manager of transmission and fluid power manufacturer Brevini
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Boosting reliability and productivity by process valve design
Angled seat process control valves form an integral part of process engineering in many applications and getting the right specification can boost reliability and productivity. Ian Webster, Hygienic Segment Manager for UK & Ireland at Bürkert Fluid Control Systems, looks at the impact that temperature has on valve design and how to achieve the most cost-effective solution
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Energy efficiency — a journey, not a destination
The UK Government has for many years used a carrot and stick approach to promote energy efficiency in companies and other organisations by introducing legislation and offering tax breaks or other incentives. Here Jeremy Shinton, Product Manager of Business Solutions at Mitsubishi Electric, looks at some of the current initiatives
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Technology brings changes to Europe's energy consumption habits
Technology’s integration allows companies to streamline processes, says Simon Hobday, POWER-GEN Europe Advisory Board Member and Energy Partner, Osborne Clarke. But, it’s also changing the model of how consumers use energy, and how companies provide it
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Saving energy through correct process valve selection
Many industries use steam and compressed air as sources of heat and motive power and need to be managed properly in order to be used efficiently. Neil Saunders, General Manager, Bürkert Fluid Control Systems, says that by assessing an existing process control structure and looking at alternatives, it is almost always possible to identify areas for improvement and start a program of worthwhile energy saving initiatives
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