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Spelsberg working hard to ensure UK stock throughout 2020

Today’s upheaval and uncertainties in supply chains all over the world are putting many businesses under enormous pressure. With a large UK-based warehouse facility strategically stocked with thousands of enclosures of different sizes and designs, Spelsberg UK will be holding stock throughout 2020. The company will further support electrical design …

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Schaeffler donates one million Euro to Red Cross for the fight against COVID-19

Schaeffler AG and the Schaeffler family are jointly donating one million euros to the Red Cross to help in the fight against COVID-19. “We have the greatest respect for all people who maintain our infrastructure with extraordinary commitment in this exceptional situation. With our donation we want to express our gratitude …

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Hanwell joins the fight against COVID-19

Hanwell Solutions has contributed its expertise to the national collaboration between the UK’s leading manufacturers, to ensure that testing laboratories get the viable samples they need in the battle to prevent the spread of COVID-19. As the nation pulls together to tackle the coronavirus epidemic, the UK’s leading manufacturer of …

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TE Connectivity and TE Connectivity Foundation support global fight against COVID-19

TE Connectivity, a world leader in connectivity and sensors, and the TE Connectivity Foundation, a private charitable foundation funded entirely by TE, have donated more than $1 million to organisations supporting the fight against COVID-19. The TE Foundation approved a $1 million emergency grant to Global Impact, a philanthropic partner across the private, nonprofit and …

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Powelectrics introduce EGE IGEX20Pa-type proximity switches for temperatures down to -60°C

Powelectrics offer 30 years’ sensor experience and supply sensors from over 100 reputable manufacturers. For that whole period, Powelectrics have been UK distributor for EGE high quality flow controllers, infrared, opto and ultrasonic sensors, capacitive proximity switches, light barriers and inductive proximity switches. Always at the forefront to technology, EGE …

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Analog Devices takes action to support customers during COVID-19 pandemic

Analog Devices has announced a series of actions to support the global response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic by expediting production of its healthcare technologies that can help fight COVID-19. These include critical measurement and control technologies that are used in medical equipment essential for diagnostics and treatment for COVID-19 …

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Element lends its support to UK ventilator initiative with free EMC and safety testing

Element Materials Technology is lending its support to the national drive to increase ventilator production in response to the NHS’ urgent demand to treat coronavirus patients in the UK. Element has developed a testing regime to cover the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) and basic safety requirements for a Rapidly Manufactured Ventilator …

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Large wind-power plant with Yokogawa control system comes online in Japan

Yokogawa Solution Service Corporation has installed a Yokogawa control system for one of Japan’s largest wind-power plants, Wind Farm Tsugaru, which has now come online. This plant was built by Green Power Tsugaru GK, a limited liability company that belongs to Green Power Investment Corporation. Wind Farm Tsugaru is located …

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Sensors keep Britain’s seaports running

Contrinex’s rugged Inductive sensors keep Britain’s seaports running smoothly around the clock by providing reliability switching on container-handling cranes. Britain’s busy seaports rely upon Container-handling cranes and hence Contrinex’s rugged inductive sensors to operate around the clock. The sensors which are fitted on each hoist carriage, verify its position with …

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Wastewater test could provide early warning of COVID-19

Researchers at Cranfield University are working on a new test to detect SARS-CoV-2 in the wastewater of communities infected with the virus. The wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) approach could provide an effective and rapid way to predict the potential spread of novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19) by picking up on biomarkers in …

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