Paul Trevitt, Operations and Engineering Manager, for Bürkert Fluid Control Systems, looks at the advantages of this evolving concept and how it can be implemented in process control scenarios.
A water treatment facility in the U.S. recently turned to the Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) when a new pump was needed to feed sodium hypochlorite under high pressure into its post-chlorination cycle.
Energy generation from the anaerobic digestion of sewage sludge has reached 888GWh, according to figures from the 2016 Digest of UK Energy Statistics – an increase of over 25 percent since 2011.
Vert Rotors, the Scottish innovative compressor firm is manufacturing powerful micro compressors designed to improve satellite propulsion systems, as the company targets Scotland’s space industry.
In October last year, the BLOODHOUND SSC project made history with its first ever test runs, during which the supersonic combined jet engine and rocket powered car achieved speeds of up to 200mph on the runway at Newquay Airport in Cornwall.
Compressed air systems are energy intensive but it is possible to reduce a compressor’s energy consumption – and boost its productivity at the same time - by applying sensible control measures. BOGE’s Mark Whitmore explains.
In this article Ronald Molijn of Eaton Hydraulics looks at some common problems associated with traditional hydraulic couplings and explores why Flat Face couplings could offer solutions.
With the increase in the need for high pressure, high stiffness and quick response systems, the demand for hydraulic equipment started increasing, globally. The hydraulic system usage in aerospace and automobile industries is observed to increase by a CAGR of 5 percent in 2020.
Thanks to some very specific functions, counterbalance valves play an integral role in safely controlling an actuator which may be holding a load or a person in the air.