(Words: The Darcy Group) Listen very carefully and you can hear a quiet revolution taking place on roads across the UK, led by a growing...
Robin Guy from OTT HydroMet believes that the worst effects of extreme weather can be mitigated by effective monitoring and alarm technologies.
Since its formation OBW Technologies has rapidly grown to become a leading supplier of gas detection equipment. The firm provides calibration and services in Ireland and the UK, and is now the largest re-seller of Honeywell portable and fixed gas detection units in Ireland.
With the world’s appetite for data growing faster than ever thanks to the pandemic, the carbon footprint of the planet’s data centres is steadily increasing.
Thanks to developments such as Industry 4.0, digitisation, and the cloud, together with improvements in process control and communication technology, it is easier than ever for equipment manufacturers to offer remote assistance and monitoring.
GDS Technologies says it offers a diverse and bespoke range of gas detection solutions, underpinned by market-leading innovation.
Anua Clean Air is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of odour control and biogas cleaning units.
Te-Tech has introduced a new generation of pulsed airlift units, and says its clients are seeing the benefits of the technology over conventional progressive cavity pumps for transferring primary and secondary sewage sludges.
Asbestos-related diseases take the lives of 20 tradespeople every week. Despite being banned in the UK, asbestos can still be found widely, posing a threat to anyone who disturbs the dangerous material.
T-T Pumps was enlisted to design, supply and install the equipment to meet the demands of the Lowestoft flood risk management project.
The Eastways project in Witham, Essex, was an existing industrial unit that was being upgraded to include the construction of a new food production facility with internal offices, a new site entrance, and a new vehicle turning area. This project needed a drainage strategy suitable for an industrial site, to control surface water runoff and remove pollution.
A new leadership team at Lanes Group's East Anglian depot combines fresh outlooks and operational experience to impress customers and win new contracts.
Postponed due to the pandemic, the long-established Pump Industry Awards ceremony will take place in late September, celebrating its 20th anniversary.
For closed loop heating and cooling systems BSRIA BG 29/2021 recommends that side stream filtration units should be controlled, with at least 5% circulating water being diverted through the side streaam filter. They should be easily maintained and fitted with a pressure differential monitor - with BMS connectivity where possible.
Fentex Limited has spent a number of years developing an environmentally friendly alternative to Spill Control products often required by Pollution Prevention Guidelines, ISO standards and other regulations.
With a nutrient neutral approach to new property developments expected to become more widespread across England, increasing numbers of developers are giving closer consideration to wastewater treatment, writes Andrew Baird, technical director at water recycling specialist WPL.
Company secures 4th UK water authority as customer A supplier of gas detection and connected safety solutions, Blackline Safety has closed a £1.3M contract...
When it comes to minimising both dust and noise, monitoring can play an important role, as instrumentation firm Svantek explains. The firm introduces a...
In recent years, connected technology has grown in popularity in the consumer space, from tracking a delivery on our phones to monitoring our heart rate on our wrists.
Logistics specialist Suttons Tankers has taken delivery of 14 new Volvo FMXs, the first rigids to join its fleet, after seemingly being impressed by...