16 February, 2019

Schaeffler engineers bearing solution for vertical lift bridge

18 January, 2019

Schaeffler has engineered and supplied 67 cylindrical roller bearings for one of the busiest and geographically important bridges in The Netherlands.


Apprentice engineer finds his career calling

11 January, 2019

Aged just 18, apprentice engineer Miguel Mari is pursuing his dream job as an inventor and problem solver with Rotech, the designer of feeding and coding systems.


The Mosaic Company enhances decision-making capabilities with modern DCS

19 December, 2018

Our world will have nearly 10 billion mouths to feed by 2050. With this burgeoning population, the agriculture industry has some critical work to do. One way to grow more food and increase the effectiveness of every acre is through fertilisers that can help provide essential nutrients for optimum growth.


Gardner Denver seals the deal with Proseal

23 November, 2018

Gardner Denver has supplied a leading food packaging machine manufacturer with an innovative solution to help ensure it meets required hygiene and safety standards.


The first step towards compressed air efficiency takes just 10 minutes

24 October, 2018

One barrier to energy savings is the perception that assessing the efficiency of an air compressor network is disruptive and time consuming. In this article Stef Lievens, business line manager for Industrial Air at Atlas Copco Compressors UK, argues that, when approached correctly, the process can be efficient, fast and hassle-free.


Monsanto case reaffirms that robotics will shape the future of agrochemicals

11 October, 2018

By Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, research director, IDTechEx.


HepcoMotion creates a series of animations to highlight key product benefits

04 October, 2018

After 20 years, HepcoMotion’s flagship GV3 range is continuing to serve a diverse range of linear and automation applications. With the introduction of new components to the range, and a new product category, Hepco has produced a series of six animations highlighting the major benefits of V Guide technology against ball rail systems.


Cobotics: the future of work is a blended mix of the human and the bot

26 September, 2018

The requirement for improved artificial intelligence in the world of human management is more likely to be ‘decision support’ rather than ‘decision replacement, according to ActiveOps.


Superior sponsors ‘Young Apprentice Ambassador Award’

11 September, 2018

Superior, a Dorset-based manufacturer of high integrity o-rings and seals, is sponsoring the ‘Young Apprentice Ambassador Award’ at the Dorset Business Awards 2018.


The Secondary Engineer ‘Fluid Power Challenge’ to be extended to Cambridgeshire Schools

06 September, 2018

The successful national programme, The Secondary Engineer Fluid Power Challenge, which aims to attract secondary school pupils into engineering, is being launched into schools in Cambridgeshire and East Anglia.


Improving railway reliability

04 September, 2018

Condition monitoring and cloud-based data acquisition platforms are set to revolutionise the way railway operators address their asset management obligations. With this in mind, SKF and Siemens have signed a partnership agreement that will focus on improving train operators’ asset management efficiencies.


Condition monitoring: a key part of Industry 4.0 and the ‘Dark Factory’

29 August, 2018

While condition monitoring (CM) systems are continuing to prove their value in industrial applications, many companies are still unsure how CM should fit into their Industry 4.0 strategy and the automated ‘lights-out’ factory, writes Ian Pledger, service engineer at Schaeffler UK.


SKF is the right pick for hydraulic cylinder manufacturer

16 August, 2018

SKF recently came to the aid of a manufacturer of hydraulic cylinders for mobile applications who had been experiencing problems with leaking seals on a cherry picker application.


Training online comes of age

10 August, 2018

By Gary Molton, owner, Engineering Adventures.


RJT Excavations buys three new Doosan DA30 ADTs

08 August, 2018

RJT Excavations Ltd. (RJT), based at Jedburgh in Scotland, has purchased three new Doosan DA30 articulated dump trucks (ADTs) from James Gordon Ltd (Gordons), the local Authorised Dealer for the Doosan construction equipment range.


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