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  • Reduction of Aircraft engine blade damage case study

    Problem Beginning in 1991, the B-1B Lancer's F101 engine began experiencing failures of titanium turbine blades due to foreign object damage (FOD) caused by ice and hard objects ingested into the engine. Chunks of blades that broke loose, in some cases, did irreparable damage to the rest of the engine. To avoid grounding the B-1 fleet, the Air Force required a manual inspection of all the ...


    By LSP Technologies, Inc.

  • Talking Point: Geothermal systems and the value of maintenance programmes

    Mike Deed, Managing Director of Geoquip Water Solutions, is the author of Talking Point in the October issue of Groundwater Engineering. He focuses on the huge benefits of installing a geothermal system and the importance ...


    By Geoquip Water Solutions

  • Market-Proven Energy-Saving Systems (ESS) move to mainstream

    Now that Energy-saving Systems (ESS) such as DESMI’s OptiSave™, a pump control solution that feeds pumps with just the right amount of energy, have been thoroughly proven, shipowners finally have a cost-effective, simple solution to meet IMO emissions regulations. And everyone is getting on board. The case for compliance “It’s the first time we can ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • Natural Gas Compressor

    Reciprocating engines come in all sizes, from a tiny, 10cc piston engine that powers a model airplane, to the massive Wartsila RTA 96-C, with each of its 14 cylinders displacing 1,820,000 cc. While our borescopes won’t be much help on the model airplane engine, if you work on any medium or large size reciprocating engine, the chances are good that we have a video borescope that can make ...


    By RF System Lab.

  • Hurricane HR Cyclones to capture fine fly ash particulate enabling the use of wood waste fired thermal oil heater for Sonae Indústria - Case Study

    The company was forced to use a natural gas fired hot gas generator for drying fibre despite having the necessary amount of thermal energy available in the exhaust stream of a wood waste fired thermal oil heater. The problem of using the biomass thermal oil heater laid on the emission of fine burnt and unburnt particulate which were carried over with the dried fibre and finally deposited on the ...

  • Best Solar Panel Companies Entrust Work To Qualified Supervisors

    The companies that install solar panels have increased in recent times. Homeowners can get information on everything they need to know about their home electricity consumption. The professional experts from solar power companies specialized in providing guidelines for making home with clean solar energy reliant. The professional companies of repute have experienced engineers to ...


    By Solarpanelsxpert

  • How developing your energy management skills can help develop your career

    Late April saw Ireland host the very first and highly successful “ISO 50001 Ireland” conference. Over 100 delegates from industries such as telecoms, energy, pharmaceutical, food & drink and even construction grouped together to discuss their experiences with ISO 50001 certification in the Aviva stadium on the 24th of April. Many of the engineers from these business sectors were ...


    By Certification Europe

  • District Heating – hot water serves up a successful recipe for Rotork - Case Study

    Overview The Metropolitan Copenhagen Heating Transmission Company (CTR) operates the largest district heating system in Denmark. Seven combined heat and power (CHP) and two waste incineration power plants, supported by 14 peak load power plants, supply heat to the CTR transmission system, consisting of over 100 kilometres of mostly underground pipelines with diameters up to 800 mm. Water is ...


    By Rotork

  • Watt Are You Waiting For?

    SAN DIEGO – Alltech Solar has been in business since 1995.  Owner and President Fred Carmody said he saw an opportunity to help the environment.  He also saw a chance to put some people back to work in a touch economy by starting a solar division in the company, and the rest is history. Not only is Carmody dedicated to hiring people affected by the recession, he also helps ...


    By Alltech Solar, Inc.

  • Thermal energy international’s gem traps provide 9.4% energy savings at Servizi Ospedalieri, Italy

    Leading industrial laundry, Servizi Ospedalieri, is fulfilling its environmental pledge of reducing energy usage by installing the award winning GEM venturi orifice traps from Thermal Energy International.   Trialled through Thermal Energy International’s Italian agent, Nuova Folati, at Servizi Ospedalieri’s plant in Porto Garibaldi, the laundry’s independent, ...

  • Diageo installs gem steam traps

    Diageo’s 18-acre Runcorn facility is making savings in energy, replacement costs and maintenance of its steam traps following the installation of Thermal Energy International’s Venturi Orifice GEM traps.  Thermal Energy International (TEI) has installed a total of 71 steam traps through the plant, which has provided Diageo with a payback in less than 12-months. The Diageo Runcorn ...

  • Are inverters PV’s Achilles Heel?

    The organizers of the Utility Scale PV Yield Optimization Conference & Expo, gained exclusive access with Michael Levi, Senior Director Worldwide Marketing from Satcon to talk about the inverter market for utility solar projects, how they are positioning themselves in a competitive market and how reliable are these key components. Q1:  What segment of the solar market are you ...


    By FCBI Energy

  • Saving waste in the boiler house

    Burner technology has improved greatly in recent years. Older Burners had a series of cams and levers that were calibrated to provide specific amounts of air for a particular rate of firing. Being mechanical items, these wore and sometimes required calibration. They, therefore, had to be regularly serviced and calibrated. Generally, new burners use frequency controlled motors and cams to open air ...


    By EBE Engineering Ltd.

  • Controlling Energy Costs - How an energy assessment can help you get started

    The U.S. Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Program states that “commercial buildings share a large and growing appetite for energy. They account for 18 percent of total U.S. energy consumption. In a typical office building, energy use accounts for 30 percent of operating costs, the largest single category of controllable costs.” Let’s look at some typical concerns describing the ...


    By The EI Group, Inc.

  • Methods of oil/fuel analysis

    PC GlobeCore can propose you to make a reclaiming test of yours example of fuel (oil) to verify the possibility of clean it. If the oil is contaminated and not suitable for use, filtration can be recommended. Or, you can also make this test by yourself using our laboratory/test-bench transformer oil vacuum regeneration system UVR. The regenerated samples exceeded yours expectations. Average ...


    By GlobeCore GmbH

  • Copper Dragon Brewery case study

    At Byworth Boilers we have a fantastically varied mix of customers with some really interesting businesses and stories to tell. In our new feature ‘Customer Catch ups’ we are going to tell the stories behind some of these businesses, and of our working relationships with them. We  will begin by interviewing the MD of Skipton based brewery Copper Dragon, Steve ...


    By Byworth Boilers

  • Mechanical Steam Trap Failure

    Condensate traps are commonly employed to remove condensed water from steam utilising plant and equipment.  In this context they are normally referred to as steam traps. There are many different designs of steam traps to suit a variety of circumstances. The majority of traps involve a self-actuating mechanism which detects the presence of condensate in the ...


    By EBE Engineering Ltd.

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