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VOLAR adds Colour to the RIDI Range Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 10:52

RIDI Lighting has released the latest version of its popular pendant luminaire, VOLAR. Available in a range of options, including single or three lamp long-life T5 tubes and LED versions, the new models offer the quality that RIDI is renowned for, alongside some customisable features that can complement an interior design scheme or corporate identity.

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A Breath Of Fresh Air – Fastner Exhibition In Harrogate Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 09:10

The advent of FAST & IASE exhibitions in Harrogate this April 26th offers a fresh new opportunity for design and production engineers in the North to meet the UK’s top experts in fastening and assembly with mechanical fastening on show at the FAST Exhibition and adhesives including engineering and industrial bonding and sealing at the IASE Exhibition.

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System Integrator Problem Solved with all Mitsubishi Electric Solution Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 07:46

A process that defied automation has finally been brought into the 21st century by systems integrator Clint Johnson of the wonderfully named Control Freaks Ltd, who has developed an all-Mitsubishi Electric solution.

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FANUC UK in Control at MACH 2012 Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 07:04

FANUC UK will present a consolidated demonstration of products from its three automation businesses at this year’s MACH 2012.  Products from FANUC FA, FANUC Robotics and FANUC Robomachine share the same core control platform providing intelligent, fast and straight-forward communications across the range.

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RiCell Flex Fuel Cell System - The Alternative Emergency Power Supply Print E-mail
Monday, 20 February 2012 17:55

Rittal RiCell SystemIn the past, conventional fuel cells for stationary applications had seldom been economically viable, because of the high costs compared to conventional technologies. Worries about energy consumption and efficiency, a complex structure in conjunction with expensive maintenance and service costs, as well as the inability to expand, stood in the way of fuel cell technology making a breakthrough.

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Scottish Electrical Industry Makes Two New Appointments to Further Enhance Quality and Service Print E-mail
Monday, 20 February 2012 17:34

Two significant new appointments will help the drive to provide the best possible quality of services for Scotland’s electrical industry. Anne Galbraith has been appointed as chief executive of the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT), the non-profit making organisation that is concerned with the training of apprentices within the SJIB Apprenticeship Scheme.

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Hylec-APL Launches IP67 Enclosures for the Electrical Market Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 07:59

Leading manufacturer and supply specialist of electrical components to industry, Hylec-APL, has launched a new series of enclosures to complement its existing range of connectors, terminal blocks and junction boxes.

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Mitsubishi Electric C-Connector Provides Shop Floor toTop Floor Connectivity Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 07:15

Mitsubishi Electric has introduced C-Connector, a PLC module that cuts through the layers of a plant-wide automation system to deliver real time data directly to a users SAP® system.

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FANUC Rolls Out Consolidated UK Support Framework Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 February 2012 06:31

Factory automation business FANUC has consolidated its UK support operations to provide a clearer route for product sales and after sales support.  FANUC will now provide a central customer contact point for its three UK core businesses, FANUC FA, FANUC Robotics and FANUC Robomachine.

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Automated Britain Attracts Significant Cross-party Political Support Print E-mail
Monday, 20 February 2012 17:49

Policy makers in government and industry and politicians from all parties are supporting the Automated Britain conference reports Steve Brambley, deputy director of GAMBICA.

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NICEIC Contractor Nominated for Prestigious Prize Print E-mail
Monday, 20 February 2012 17:08

eleanor bellEleanor Bell who runs her own sculpture and lighting design consultancy in Falmouth, Cornwall has been shortlisted in the south west region of the Lloyds TSB National Enterprise Awards  - an awards programme set up to recognise the achievements of graduates who have started up their own business.

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