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The SebaKMT PD LOC system from Megger solves the problem of pinpointing for mixed cables (XLPE/PILC) and for partial discharge in joints of single-core cables.
A way of protecting aluminium cylinders is to plate the contact surfaces with Nikasil. After plating, the coating thickness is controlled using the Fischerscope MMS PC2.
A soy ingredient manufacturer experienced significant product loss and an explosion hazard before replacing ineffective gland seals with custom-designed split shaft seals from Meco.
Iemca’s Next 25 is an automation solution designed for multi-spindle lathes combining easy handling with high performance. This compact loader handles 3–25mm bars.
Heraeus Noblelight’s twin tubes, which can be produced in lengths of up to 6.3m, allow the cutting of large sheets of laminated glass in one step.
Murray City Power in Utah is using Omicron’s ADMO: a database software for central planning and management of all maintenance activities for protection systems.
Today’s successful automotive manufacturers and OEMs must design innovative, alluring vehicles — and bring them to market faster than their competitors. To drive consumer interest, they need to develop interiors and exteriors that are perfectly smooth, pleasing to the eye and pleasant to the touch. Leading automotive companies rely on Autodesk Alias Surface for technical surfacing tools to create these high-quality, accurate and precise surfaces.
Converting solar energy into electrical energy is easily done using Linear Technology’s LTC3105 boost converter with Maximum Power Point Control (MPPC). The MPPC feature allows the converter to extract the maximum power from a solar cell under varying sunlight conditions.
On stand F42 at the PPMA Show, ABB Robotics will showcase key features of its IRB 460 robot, said to be the ‘fastest palletising robot in the world’. The event runs from 30 September to 2 October at the NEC in Birmingham.
Latest Case Studies
Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) is using customised position sensors from Curtiss-Wright in its central-seat Mono road car. The contactless rotary position sensor is a customised version of the standard Penny + Giles SRH280P model and features a special connector cable and configured output range to match the specific shaft position.