Energy chain specialist igus UK has developed the cost effective E4.80 universal energy chain for highly dynamic applications. Designed especially for very high speeds, long travels and high fill weights, it safely and reliably carries energy cables and hoses, increasing their lifespan
Day: April 5, 2013
International Innovative Technologies (IIT) is building on its strong links with university research departments with the design, development and installation of a multi-panel electronic control system for the University of Leeds.
Marco supplied a series of specialist products to contractors at work on London’s historic Olympic event in 2012. Marco’s steel wire cable tray was used by the M&E team at the White Water Centre in Lee Valley, located 30 kilometers north of
Protecting data centre power distribution systems against risks ranging from reduced service life and increased energy consumption through to system failure and fire in cabling is a priority for data centres where system downtime carries heavy consequences.
For optimum efficiency Rittal’s range of wall-mounted air/water heat exchangers will now be supplied with the following features. For quick and easy installation the air/water heat exchangers can now be mounted and removed completely from outside the enclosure without having to
Based on customer requirements new cost saving innovations and improvements have been implemented into the manufacture of Rittal’s TS 8 enclosures.
This week saw energy regulator Ofgem fine energy supplier SSE £10.5m for mis-selling gas and electricity – the largest fine ever imposed on a supplier by Ofgem. The mis-selling took place over the telephone, in-store and through the much criticised practice of
ABB has been appointed the main electrical contractor (MEC) for a new semi-submersible central processing facility (CPF) at the Ichthys oil and gas field in the Timor Sea off Western Australia. The order is valued at $15m. ABB was awarded the MEC
Government grants go untouched as construction firms are slow to innovate and diversify new research finds
Government grants available to help construction companies innovate and diversify are not being applied for, according to new research published by Constructionline and Capita Symonds today. More than 80% of construction firms are unaware grants are available to support innovation and only
Following DECC’s announcement of further delays to the domestic Renewable Heat Incentive, Beama has called on Greg Barker, minister for climate change, to urgently provide certainty to potential renewable heat customers.