Available from specialist distributor Switchtec, Kyland’s Opal series industrial Ethernet switches meet the growing demand for smaller, smarter control panels that need to communicate with external devices and systems in the industrial environment.
Recent research suggests that energy use for cooling will overtake the demand for heating by 2050.
Hamilton Litestat has further expanded its sales team with the appointment of Sarah Hayes as Northern Business Manager.
The United States is the largest medical device market in the world. Despite this, there are still issues that can make it difficult for design engineers to choose the right battery for their portable medical devices.
The journey from tree to power station can be treacherous for the humble wood pellet, but there is a lo
EucoLight, the European WEEE lighting trade association, is hosting a half day workshop on 17 Oct in Brussels to discuss the scale of the online non-compliance problem.
Digitisation drives train stations for the better
Shields Energy is on track to digitise the railway sector with its IoT solution, CODA, providing accurate data benefits and significant cost savings to over 200 UK railway stations.
Worried construction sector bosses are being offered bespoke advice by specialists in Britain’s first ever Brexit Insurance consultations.
Award winning engineering solutions provider, Boulting, has released an infographic detailing ten top tips for engineers who are carrying out electrical refurbishments. The infographic highlights the most important aspects of the refurbishment process and educates plant managers about the importa
The forerunner of the University of Surrey, the Battersea Polytechnic Institute was founded in 1891, but by the beginning of the 1960s, the College had outgrown its main building and in 1962 it was decided to move to Guildford.
Recolight, the UK’s leading lighting WEEE compliance scheme has announced a major milestone having funded the recycling of 300 million fluorescent & LED lamps and luminaires since the WEEE regulations were implemented in 2007. This is enough waste to fill the Royal Albert Hall ten times.