Grundfos claims using electric motor efficiency to sell wastewater pumps is wrong.
The £17 million butter plant located in Shropshire will initially manufacture 10kg and 25kg blocks of salted, unsalted and lactic butter.
£2.2bn coal-fired carbon capture plant gains funding for Front End Engineering and Design study.
Engineering bodies welcome Chancellor’s Autumn Statement but have urged for the continued support of the skills sector.
Leeds based Siemens Mechanical Drives has achieved zero landfill of all its non-hazardous waste within the last month, making it the second UK manufacturing site within Siemens Industry to do so.
The Tinytag range of data loggers includes devices with a rugged, waterproof and dustproof design that are ideal for temperature monitoring in process applications.
Whether it’s electrical, mechanical or instrumentation, the approach is the same. Best practice taught by industrial experts in a safe environment.
All children are born with an innate love of science, so why are so many switched off from STEM subjects by the time they reach 16?
Spending on UK oil and gas is hitting record levels. Statoil’s Ingolf Søreide, the man in charge of the North Sea’s biggest project for a decade, tells John McKenna why he needs the supply chain to ensure its success.
Many of the process industries are experiencing strong growth, spurring investment in plant upgrades and new facilities. John McKenna looks at the sectors and projects helping to drive UK recovery.
Companies that employ outdated technologies and inefficient risk management tactics are at a higher risk of costly cyber-attacks, according to security analysts. Robert Smith reports