Two-shift operation with a single battery / New synchronous reluctance motor / Lower energy consumption, thanks to intelligent lightweight design / Vibration damping system results in enhanced performance and safety on uneven floors
ESPRIT CAD/CAM SOFTWARE enters a new era with the launch of its new brand identity and corporate website, espritcam.com. The website showcases an elegant new 3D-style logo that updates yet honors the company’s original one.
Delta Group, a global leader in power and thermal management solutions, actively participated in the COP21 UN Climate Conference held in Paris. As international climate negotiations are drawing to a close, Delta hosted a UN side conference with the theme of energy conservation. Delta and its partners such as MIT, China Renewable Energy Society, India’s The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) and Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute joined together to remind the world to invest more resources in enhancing energy efficiency to control the CO2 in the atmosphere, so that the earth’s temperature rises by less than 2°C.
In 2016, NSK (Nippon Seiko Kabushiki-gaisha) will celebrate 100 years of providing the engineering market with optimised motion technologies. When Takehiko Yamaguchi founded NSK Ltd in 1916 with capital of ¥350,000 (€2655), the company became the first bearing manufacturer to be established in Japan. Today, the company has the biggest share of the bearings market in Japan and is one of the largest bearing suppliers in the world. NSK has also diversified successfully into markets such as automotive products, precision machinery and parts, and mechatronics products, all helping to generate net annual sales (for the year ended 31 March 2015) of ¥974.9 billion (€7.4 billion).
At the 2015 SPS IPC Drives, Eplan, Phoenix Contact and Rittal are presenting “Thermal Design Integra-tion” – new possibilities for the standardised design of energy-efficent control cabinets with climate control systems. This integrated virtual engineering means companies can avoid design errors with the climate control systems and prevent unnecessary downtimes and service calls, thereby reducing costs while increasing process quality.
Morgan Advanced Materials has made a further addition to its extensive product portfolio with the launch of a new range of high-temperature kiln furniture. Ideal for use at temperatures up to 1,700oC (3,092oF) under corrosive conditions, the launch of this new range in MgO-Spinel has been developed in response to the changing needs of the market.
The Composites and Defence Systems business of Morgan Advanced Materials has been awarded the Canadian CM735 Combat Helmet contract. The improved helmet features an innovative ultra-lightweight hybrid composite structure, the result of more than three years of materials research and development and achieves outstanding ballistic performance at an extraordinarily low weight. Morgan’s extensive capabilities have supplied over one million combat helmets as part of the company’s LASA (Lightweight Armored Soldier Architecture) line of products.