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Submersible vibration sensors help protect pumps.

submersible vibration sensorsHansford Sensors Ltd. now offer a range of submersible vibration sensors, which has been specifically designed for operation in partial or complete immersion in water, making them ideal for the monitoring of pumps in a maintenance role.

Pumps perform important tasks across many industries, some operating continuously and others triggered into action to move liquids at specific times or as a result of leakage.

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IN THE RIGHT PLACE AT THE RIGHT TIME

Vibration SensorAndy Anthony, Operations Director with Monitran, discusses the importance of vibration sensor selection, placement and use for condition-based predictive maintenance.

In the December issue of Engineering Maintenance Solutions Donald Lyon, MD of Monitran, explained how cost-effective condition-based predictive maintenance (PM) strategies can be formed around the intelligence gathered from vibration monitoring and analysis. 

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Air shut-off valve protects larger engines in hazardous areas

MTU EngineAMOT solved a problem for engine manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen by answering the German company

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Efficiency drive and world concerns aid innovation

New direct-acting solenoid improves flow with low powerEnergy and fuel conservation has been one of the worlds most talked about topics for a number of years. Whether it be the need to conserve fuel and increase the MPG from your car, or simply turning off the lights and appliances when you go to bed to save energy, companies, organisations and governments the world over are all pushing efficiency initiatives and their green credentials. This drive has stimulated the growth of innovations for UK based manufacturer Midland-ACS.

Utilising research into the marketplace and assessments of client demands their new 70 series valve has been engineered to provide customers with higher flow rates, while at the same time consuming less power than both traditional solenoids and competitor valves alike.

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Hazardous Area Equipment Protects Workers from Harmful Dust

Dust BoothA range of hazardous area equipment, including fluorescent emergency lighting units, stop-start pushbut-tons, connectors and terminal boxes manufactured by Cooper Crouse-Hinds, is being used on dust containment booths destined for the pharmaceuticals, chemicals and biotech markets.

Based in Huddersfield, Extract Technology designs and manufactures a range of

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