Cat mining truck now meets US EPA Tier 4

Next on the agenda is Stage V certification for Europe

Camera scans large areas remotely

FLIR camera helps oil and gas producer reduce emissions and saves money

Reducing CO2 emissions in the chemicals industry

Will the proposed EU emissions trading scheme changes be a burden or a blessing? By Joep van Steen

Thermal imaging provides offshore preventative maintenance tool

The use of optical gas imaging cameras has already become a standard practice in many oil and gas companies

CO2 emissions: the economic incentive

As new CO2 European emissions guidelines come into force in 2020, state-of-the-art technology provides a strong economic incentive to ensure implementation. Femke Schaefer reports

Energy efficient balancer shaft leads to engine fuel savings

Schaeffler starts volume production of INA lightweight balancer shaft and rolling bearing assembly for the new Mercedes-Benz OM 651

Future success: co-operation and collaboration is imperative

Mohammed S Madi, Regional Vice President Saudi Petroleum Limited-Beijing, argues that for ongoing success, the petrochemical industry needs to develop and enhance its critical relationships with all stakeholders, regardless of their size and location

Intelligent actuation allows better system control at solar power plan

Novel actuator technologies are giving the level of fine control required to ensure that industrial activities reach new levels of efficiency and cost effectiveness

HVDC cable sets standard for transmission projects

The Netherlands and Norway are now linked, thanks to an underwater cable using high voltage direct current (HVDC) technology. Based on this success, the same solution could also be used to join the Netherlands and Denmark. Sean Ottewell reports

The Advantages Of Mig Brazing

Paul Stevens reports on how Mig brazing is growing in popularity for automotive repairs and other applications.

Preventing localised hydrogen cyanide gas emissions

Catalyst to ensure environmental emission limits for hydrogen cyanide gas are dealt with efficiently, says AirProtekt

Sulphur in auto oils and fuels: monitoring to global standards

Taco van der Maten outlines a new technology that is making it easier to ensure compliance with the relevant standards for sulphur in automotive fuels

A multitude of means to improve fuel efficiency and cut emissions

Paul Stevens reviews some of the numerous technologies that are helping automotive manufactures to deliver vehicles that consume less fuel and produce fewer harmful emissions, but without sacrificing performance or comfort

Torque sensor helps to reduce engine friction

Measures radio frequency waves generated by surface acoustic wave devices fixed to a rotating shaft and converts them to a torque measurement

Reciprocating diaphragm pumps for sour gas re-injection

Lewa’s diaphragm pumps are suitable for fluids endangering the environment, toxic, sensitive, highly viscous or abrasive fluids

Gas turbines for liquefied natural gas

University is collaborating with Royal Dutch Shell in a project which looks at equipment selection for a liquefied natural gas plant

Chiller cuts cooling energy costs by up to 50 per cent

Machine requires 30 per cent less refrigerant than comparable conventional chillers, reducing servicing costs and potential environmental damage from large-scale leakage

Pocket conveyor belts are flexible and environmentally friendly

A conveyor belt is in continuous use transporting flue-gas-desulphurisation (FGD) gypsum at a coal-fired power station. Mario Töpfer reports

Modular steam boiler

The steam boiler development Universal Modular Boiler (U-MB) is an innovative shell boiler; steam output ranging from 200kg/h to 2t/h





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