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  • Torqueing Undersea Cables

    Fraser Hydraulic Power, a family owned company based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, have developed an interesting solution to overcome some of the problems associated with the laying of the latest generation of subsea Telecommunication cables.

  • Wireless Technology Applications

    Watch and listen to real-life examples of how wireless technology has improved safety, efficiency and accuracy cost effectively in industrial facilities around the world.

  • Vaisala Knowledge Reports

    Everything you need to know about industrial processes instrumentation and measurement practices.

  • Benefit from Using Documenting Calibrators

    Why calibrate? For process manufacturers, regular calibration of instruments across a manufacturing plant is common practice. In plant areas where instrument accuracy is critical to product quality or safety, calibration every six months – or even more frequently – is not unusual. However, the key final step in any calibration process – documentation – is often neglected or overlooked because of a lack of resources, time constraints or the pressure of everyday activities. Indeed, many manufacturers are now outsourcing all or some of their maintenance activities and so the contractor too is now under the same pressure to calibrate plant instruments quickly but accurately and to ensure that the results are then documented for quality assurance purposes and to provide full traceability. The purpose of calibration itself is to determine how accurate an instrument or sensor is. Although most instruments are very accurate these days, regulatory bodies often need to know just how inaccurate a particular instrument is and whether it drifts in and out of specified tolerance over time.

  • Energy Efficiency and Industrial Wireless

    Join Dr. Peter Fuhr, Apprion CTO, and Wayne Manges of the DOE for an informational webinar on wireless and energy efficiency for industrial plants.

  • Cutting Energy Consumption in the Tropics with NI LabVIEW and Compact FieldPoint

    For two decades, Thirumalaichelvam “Thiru” Subramaniam, chief technical officer of Chiller Energy Management System (CEMS) Engineering in Malaysia, has been pursuing his dream of energy conservation for the facilities he manages. In the last three years, he developed a breakthrough approach for improving the quality and energy efficiency of commercial air conditioning systems in the tropics including those located in office buildings, factories, and hospitals. He has saved his clients up to 30 percent of their air conditioning energy costs in tropical countries in which cooling costs typically consume 45 to 60 percent of building energy expenses.

    National Instruments
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