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IChemE offers expert support to government in response to the coronavirus

The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) has written to the UK government to volunteer the profession's support during the COVID-19 emergency.

Call for ideas and expertise to help tackle novel coronavirus

Engineering sector sees salary growth

NEW DATES - Plant & Asset Management Exhibition and co-located shows rescheduled

Accurate modelling widens the use of hybrid bearings

A new modelling approach for hybrid bearings gives a more accurate picture of their performance and helps engineers justify their use in the correct application, writes Guillermo Morales-Espejel, Principal Scientist at SKF Research and Technology Development.

Auditable chain of accountability with CMMS

E & JW Glendinning, a leading supplier of concrete, asphalt and aggregate products, has selected Spidex’s Mainsaver CMMS to support improvements in the auditability of its engineering operations.

The benefits of investing in smart drive technology

PWE takes a look at the top five ways to improve ROI on industrial drive technology.

How to avoid contaminated breathing air in the workplace

Andy Lill, business development manager for quality air at Atlas Copco, highlights the hazards of contaminated workplace breathing air, the role of compressed air purification as a safe alternative, and the need for employers’ compliance with a wide range of standards and regulations.

Bridging the gap with combined heat and power

Craig Akers, sector team leader for manufacturing at Aggreko, explores the benefits of temporary combined heat and power (CHP) solutions, and how by mitigating the impact of these rising costs, they can make UK companies more competitive worldwide.