Friday 30/1/2015(0)

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 Daily News 
 
30/01/2015 WORKPLACES ADVISED TO STOCK UP ON SALT WITH WINTER WEATHER APPROACHING
30/01/2015 CERN and NI Collaborate to Define the Future of LabVIEW Support for Linux 64-Bit
30/01/2015 £1 million available to help UK manufacturing firms develop skills to maximise value of innovation
30/01/2015 New guide eases manufacturers into ESOS
30/01/2015 British Safety Council’s Manchester morning event – keep up with the latest health, safety and environmental matters
29/01/2015 Mixing Downtime outpaced by Chemineer’s new Express service
29/01/2015 Simon Dear of Cynergy3 Components provides an overview of five common level sensing technologies
29/01/2015 Cable announces partners in the Alan Turing Institute
29/01/2015 Come hell or highly waterproof connectors: Bulgin and Electroustic join forces
29/01/2015 LITRE METER LAUNCHES LAST IN SERIES OF OIL AND GAS SAFETY SURVEYS






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 Case Studies  
 
Digester mixing on track as Biogas Energy bring Landia’s GasMix to North State Rendering
Biogas Energy have built an anaerobic digestion (AD) facility at North State Rendering in Oroville, California that is already paying dividends, with uninterrupted biogas generating electricity, fuelling trucks and running boilers. The economics seriously stack up – not to mention the massive reduction in carbon footprint.
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New Archimedes screw pumps double capacity for Bangor site
As part of a £3 million investment, Northern Ireland Water is upgrading the equipment at Luke's Point pumping station with the installation of two new Archimedes screw pumps, supplied by ECS Engineering Services. Installed in the same footprint as the original equipment, the new pumps will double the capacity of the site, reducing the risk of flooding and helping to meet Northern Ireland Environment Agency standards for water quality.
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Dosing pumps essential to maintaining Chinese Semi – Conductor manufacturing growth
China, one the world's largest manufacturer of electronics and the largest consumer of semi-conductor products, accounts for about 40% of global consumption. The wastewater produced during semiconductor fabrication process, must be carefully handled to avoid harm to the environment. Verderflex® hose pumps are predominately used in the dosing process to treat wastewater.
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Custom Veroshield 19-inch rack case helps the BBC improve codec
BBC Research and Development is at the forefront of the global broadcast industry’s mission to improve programmes’ quality of both video and audio. Their recent research into further improvements in the performance of the widely-used NICAM Codec has been supported by a customised EMC –screened 3U 19-inch rack cases from Verotec.
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Eaton’s Smart Solutions Help Advetec Keep Waste Digestion Under Control
Power management company Eaton is now the exclusive supplier of all key automation components used by Advetec Advanced Environmental Technologies, a world leader in the development and manufacture of bio-thermic waste disposal technology. Integrating Eaton solutions has allowed Advetec to devise control systems that are fast to build, intuitive in operation and, crucially, easy to maintain, with spare parts readily available in every part of the world.
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 Editor's Comment 
 

Editor writes:

Do PLe applications need two interlocks?
There is a lot of interest in whether redundancy is required when it comes to interlock actuators. This debate has been going on for many years but really gained momentum in 2012 by the inclusion of a note in table D8 in 13849-2-2012:
Rob Lewis, Managing Director of Fortress Interlocks, looks at interlock redundancy.


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