Thursday 23/5/2019

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22/05/2019 See Brüel & Kjær’s latest sound level meter at inter.noise 2019
22/05/2019 Government calls on students to design the future of transport
22/05/2019 Renishaw shares insights at new industrial AM event
22/05/2019 Ralf Bühler is named as the new Head of Conrad’s B2B Team
22/05/2019 SCADA synchronises production on opposite sides of the Atlantic
22/05/2019 Integrating renewable sources into a reliable power ecosystem
21/05/2019 King Post role for new Whites Concrete panels
21/05/2019 OMRON Appoints Seigo Kinugawa as CEO of the Industrial Automation Business in Europe
21/05/2019 Engineers in the Making find a home in two new engineering institutions for children
21/05/2019 Terminology confusion could cause equipment failure — bearing distributor warns










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 Case Studies  
 
ILAPAK BAGS MULTIPLE LINE PROJECT DEAL WITH FOX’S
Fox’s Biscuits, part of the 2 Sisters Food Group, has made a seven figure investment in new flow wrapping, bagging and weighing equipment for its Rocky and Party Rings biscuits, as part of a strategy to drive efficiency by replacing legacy equipment. The project, which includes six Vegatronic 6000 baggers, six Weightronic multi-head weighers, two Eagle flow wrappers and a Delta over-wrapper, consolidates ILAPAK and 2 Sisters’ strategic partnership. 
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Back stage engineering keeps Shakespeare’s magic ever-enthralling
The actors of the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) are rightfully celebrated around the world. However, the engineers, artists and craftsmen who build the stunning stage sets deserve just as much recognition. Alan Bartlett, Head of Technical Design at RSC, explains how his team are able to build visual wonders with the help of component parts suppliers like WDS Component Parts Ltd.
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Scientists take next step in developing a ‘Second Sun’
The world’s largest fusion machine / device, ITER, located in the south of France is being designed with help from Assystem’s engineers in Sunderland
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DOUGHNUT MAKER OPTS FOR FORTRESS FAILSAFE PROTECTION
Investment in four Stealth Metal Detectors from Fortress Technology has underpinned an aggressive expansion program for North American bakery company, Doughnut Peddler. The presence of reliable, industry-leading metal detectors has enabled the dynamic doughnut producer to elevate its lines to top food safety standards, meeting Good Manufacturing Practice requirements and winning the confidence of new retail customers.
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New sludge digester retrofit by Landia for Scottish Water
Landia has won an important new order with Scottish Water to retrofit two sludge digesters with its acclaimed GasMix mixing systems.
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Why use corrugated tubes in heat exchangers?
There are a variety of tubular heat exchangers on the market, but for many applications corrugated tubes continue to be preferred over smooth ones. Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director of HRS Heat Exchangers, explains why…
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