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Buildings, equipment and other resources used in engineering, manufacturing and processing. Includes equipment related to electrical supplies, air treatment, packaging and finishing, conveyors, storage and handling, weighing and measuring, and health and safety.
According to RIDDOR, falls from height were the most common cause of fatalities from 2013/2014, accounting for nearly three in ten (29%) fatal injuries to workers than any other injury kind. The importance of safety working at heights and the use of top quality fall protection equipment is clear to see from the figures above.
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The use of Carbon infrared heating systems from Heraeus Noblelight has been shown to reduce the formation of mould on baked bread, prior to packing, significantly extending bread shelf life. Typically, when subjected to carbon medium wave infrared (IR) radiation for four seconds, shelf life has been increased by three to four days.
In 2010, in an effort to reduce carbon emissions and improve sustainability, UHSM’s Wythenshawe Hospital replaced a 4.2MW gas boiler with two 2.2MW capacity biomass boilers. The boilers burn 20 tonnes of wood chip a day, all sustainably sourced from within a 60-mile radius of the hospital. Utilising biomass allowed the hospital to reduce its carbon emissions in line with the Carbon Reduction Commitment ...
This white paper outlines the five things an engineer should know before choosing a data acquisition device for embedding into equipment.
Understanding the root cause of unreadable barcodes and using technology appropriately to prepare for or resolve these issues is simple to do and it can mean the difference between success and failure in automation.
When discussing the lifting industry, we need to consider devices for lifting products weighing just a few kilograms through to those capable of lifting loads weighing hundreds of tons, the scope of products is vast and most importantly this ensures a large selection of specialist devices for many uses.