October 2023

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SICK Develops Non-Contact Linear Encoders Around Flexible Product Platform

SICK has expanded its proven, non-contact magnetostrictive linear encoder portfolio with the launch of a versatile product family for wide-ranging industrial applications. The DAX® linear encoders precisely determine the absolute position of pistons in hydraulic cylinders, as well as reliably monitoring linear motion in many common industrial machines.

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SEEPEX 4.0 Technology at Anglian Water’s Pump Station

Anglian Water has revolutionised its Brockley pump station operations by integrating SEEPEX Pump Monitoring and Connected Services. This cutting-edge technology enables remote monitoring, providing Anglian Water with numerous benefits. It helps with compliance and consent flows, avoids pipework rupture caused by excessive pressure, and will support Anglian Water to efficiently implement planned maintenance work.

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ODU Connectors at DSEI 2023

Once again, ODU exhibited at DSEI, so as to show-off their latest developments in military connector technology. But if you missed the exhibition, here’s a summary:

The ODU-AMC® T-Series Connector – Beyond 38999.

The ‘T’ stands for Three-on-One as three locking variants of plug [push-pull, break-away or screw-lock] can fit the same receptacle, in shell-sizes that give space-envelope savings over comparable density MIL-DTL-38999M connectors, but with the same, or improved, technical performance.


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Titan Enterprises’ Most Versatile Ultrasonic Flowmeter now with ASCII Flow Streaming

As a specialist liquid flow meter manufacturer, Titan’s patented ultrasonic technology has led to an expanding line of ultrasonic flowmeters and patents ranging from signal processing methodology to novel mechanical design.

Titan’s most versatile Atrato® line of ultrasonic inline flowmeters now has ASCII flow streaming capability via USB and is reverse flow enabled, enhancing its capacity to be optimised for the user’s application, in addition to its datalogging and diagnostic features.

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Celebrating excellence in training with an award of quality and distinction: another impressive year for the engineering sector!

In August of this year, the recipients of the prestigious Princess Royal Training Awards 2023 were announced. In a remarkable year for both applications and Award recipients, 145 applications were received and 53 organisations successfully achieved the Award. These inspiring figures – the highest since the Awards were established in 2016 – indicate both an increasing dedication to learning and development (L&D) and a growing awareness of the gold stamp of approval that these Awards provide.

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Why are vapour degreasing solvents so good at cleaning?

Vapour degreasing solvents are typically chosen for their excellent solvency properties. They have the ability to dissolve and disperse a wide range of contaminants, including dirt, oil, grease, wax, and other contaminants. The cleaning action of solvents is primarily attributed to their unique molecular properties and interactions with the materials they contact.   Here’s why solvents are so good at cleaning:

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