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SKF launches new bearing temperature monitoring system for railway vehicles

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SKF launches new bearing temperature monitoring system for railway vehicles

SKF has launched the SKF Axletronic bearing temperature monitoring system, an easy to install, on-board solution for electric and diesel locomotives and multiple units as well as mass transit vehicles. In addition to advanced condition monitoring systems that includes many functions of the bogie, this system is used as a safety support system for bearing temperature control. The system has been designed for new vehicles as well as for retrofitting.

The SKF Axletronic temperature monitoring system transmits from a ...

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Citizen CT-S601 increases productivity for Lithuanian Post

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Citizen CT-S601 increases productivity for Lithuanian Post

The Citizen CT-S601 printer has been rolled out by the hundred to secure greater productivity for Lietuvos Paštas (Lithuanian Post), the country’s largest postal services company.

As the provider of postal, courier and logistics services to more than 800,000 customers per month, Lithuanian Post needs to work with fast, modern and reliable equipment.  To ensure provision of the best possible service, the company recently decided to invest in an equipment modernization programme.  This meant upgrading or replacing equipment at 735 stationary post offices and ...

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Ormiston Wire turbulators boost heat exchange efficiency

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Ormiston Wire turbulators boost heat exchange efficiency

Ormiston Wire has launched a range of wire turbulators for heat exchanger tubes that significantly cut the cost and size of exchangers while also improving performance.  These benefits are achieved through the specialist looped-spiral design devised by Ormiston Wire, which has a depth of expertise in heat exchange technology and has manufactured wire turbulators since 1968.

The key to these enhancements is the density of the wire turbulators, which can be varied to suit the flow of liquid or gas.  Because optimising the ...

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