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Taking an intelligent control route to efficient food production
General trends in the efficient automation of food processing have been heading towards more precise control and more information being gathered at device level. It is important for process engineers to appreciate which control structure would be most appropriate for their particular application, says Neil Saunders, General Manager of B├╝rkert Fluid Control Systems
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Time for energy managers to buckle down to an EM strategy
It’s time to put your New Year’s resolution to the test. Spencer Rigler, VP Energy Management at Elster EnergyICT, explains why 2015 is the year for energy managers to buckle down and make Energy Management structure their priority
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Taking steps to mind the UK's energy capacity gap
‘Mind the gap’ is a phrase that will be wearily familiar to many UK rail passengers. However, the few inches between the train and the platform aren’t the most dangerous gap this winter, says Tim Emrich, CEO of UK Power Reserve
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Preparing for the smart meter shake-up
With smart meters becoming a game changer for the utility industry, it is imperative for all entrants in the race to prepare their IT systems for the switch over and ensure that the customer always comes first in the race to the finish line. Angus Panton, Director of Power and Communications at software quality specialist SQS, outlines some of the challenges
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Motors ready to meet latest EU rating legislation
From January 1st 2015 the latest efficiency regulations for electric motors come into force in Europe whereby any new installation using a motor between 7.5kW and 375kW must use either an IE3 rated motor or an IE2 motor installed with a variable frequency drive (VFD). Philip Crowe, Marketing Manager of Bauer Gear Motor, explains
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Sustainability trends for 2015
The Carbon Trust has uncovered key trends in some of the areas of environmental sustainability where large companies are focusing their efforts or setting out new ambitions. In this Viewpoint article, Hugh Jones, the Trust's Director for Business Advice, looks at five trends expected to rise up the corporate sustainability agenda in the coming year
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Learning life lessons for industrial electric motor efficiency
Improving the efficiency of electrical conversion and new methods of thermal management may mean that in future motors run far cooler than they do today. But until then, heat dissipation remains a major consideration for designers of motor-driven systems. Bill Bertram, of motor maker Marathon Electric, looks at the state of the art and casts one eye into his crystal ball
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Improving bearing design for better electric motor performance
As development of more efficient electric motors continues to keep pace with upcoming regulations, it is important to ensure that all the components are engineered to the latest specifications, including the bearings. Tony Synnott, UK Engineering Manager for NSK Europe, explains how bearing design is affecting electric motor performance and reliability
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