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  • Tank Cleaning Robot | See it First at ACE17

    As the Deep Trekker team gets ready to exhibit at the AWWA Annual Conference and Expo (ACE) in Philadelphia (be sure to come and visit us at stand 3136!), our focus turns towards municipalities and contractors. With an increasing demand for cost-effective and reliable alternatives, let’s look at how ...


    By Deep Trekker Inc.

  • Subsea robot dives into nuclear clean-up

    A robotic arm used in underwater environments in the oil and gas industry will be helping Dounreay workers clean out radioactive cells. The manipulator will segregate and package up low and intermediate level waste removed from inside concrete cells as the clean-up of the materials test reactor reprocessing plant gathers pace. The cells contained tanks and pipework which became contaminated ...

  • Even robots need clean air - Elmia welding fair

    The biennial Elmia Welding and Joining Technology fair was held from 10th to 13th of May in Jönköping, Sweden. Genano Solutions took part in this huge event for the Nordic welding industry. This year the fair had a record high participation rate with 1700-2000 participants every day during the four-day event. The theme this year was automation and digitalisation of the welding industry. ...


    By Genano Solutions

  • Robotics In the Service of Indoor Air Quality Professionals

    When performing professional duct cleaning in hospitals, schools, and government institutions, the quality of cleaning is a primary priority. Robotics Design’s patented ANAT™ technology allows you to excel in jobs where robustness, job length and obstacle avoidance are critical factors. The ANATROLLER mobile robot family, composed of the ANATROLLER ARI-100 and ARI-50 guarantee that ou ...


    By Robotics Design Inc.

  • Cleaning up Buenos Aires

    With new technology and a fleet of 64 Scania trucks, refuse collection company Cliba in Buenos Aires has set a new standard for urban waste handling in Latin America. “Robust vehicles and a superior service network provide us with the lowest total cost,” says Guillermo Virano, Contract Manager for Cliba in Buenos Aires, praising the solution from Scania. With an area of 202 ...


    By Scania AB

  • Kiwi flies high in Europe with state-of-the-art robotic tech

    Invert Robotics provides non-destructive inspection services using mobile climbing robots. The proprietary robotic platform can be used for the inspection of mission and business critical assets in the dairy, food and beverage, aviation, petrochemical and industrial chemical markets. The robotic inspection solution allows clients to manage and minimise their exposure to risk, be it risk of harm ...


    By Invert Robotics

  • RoboVent Introduces Space-Saving Dust Collector for Robotic Welding

    Robotic welding facilities can now meet air quality regulations without losing too much floor space. RoboVent, the leading manufacturer of clean air technologies, created RoboVent Spire® to address the needs of robotic welding operations where space is at a ...


    By RoboVent

  • Weda keeps things clean in Germany’s tropical waters

    The ideal conditions for any pool-cleaning machine is a square-sided pool that is closed for the night. Tropical Island in Germany is exactly the opposite: a recreation centre that is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and a pool with soft shorelines and even some islands! But Weda’s machines have been working hard there every day of the past five years, and they have been doing a great ...


    By Weda AB

  • Ocean floor to be cleaned as part of Tasman Bay biosecurity operation

    MAF Biosecurity New Zealand (MAFBNZ) is arranging to dredge an area of seabed in Tasman Bay early next week to reduce the risk posed by marine organisms that fell on the ocean floor during the cleaning of an oil rig there late last year. The rig, the Ocean Patriot, had been directed to remove biofouling species that had been listed as potential pests (including New Zealand's green shell mussel) ...


    By New Zealand Government

  • Clean-up removes 29 `significant` particles from seabed

    More than a hundred fragments of spent nuclear fuel were removed from the seabed in the latest phase of work to clean up and shut down the former nuclear research site at Dounreay. The particles were detected and retrieved by a remotely-operated vehicle that systematically scanned an area of seabed equivalent in size to more than 10 football pitches. ...

  • A ‘MODULAR’ APPROACH TO CLEAN AIR - A PRIORITY THAT AFFECTS THE BOTTOM LINE

    Smoke, dust, oil mist and other production pollutants are more efficiently collected and cleaned through a unique modular air filtration system that can also suppress fires, noise and odors – while enhancing the bottom line. Until recently, most plants considered clean air to be a secondary issue, or a design consideration for new facilities. Yet, the focus on clean air should be on the ...


    By Clean Air America Inc.

  • World`s deepest clean-up job wins fourth top award

    The world's deepest nuclear clean-up job has won another top award for engineering excellence. Judges in this year’s Scottish Saltire Awards named the shaft isolation project at Dounreay as one of the country’s best examples of civil engineering. It was second only to the construction of a new road bridge across the River Forth at Kincardine. And it takes to four the number of top awards won by ...

  • World`s deepest clean-up job wins fourth top award

    The world's deepest nuclear clean-up job has won another top award for engineering excellence. Judges in this year’s Scottish Saltire Awards named the shaft isolation project at Dounreay as one of the country’s best examples of civil engineering. It was second ...

  • Coca-Cola announces long-term partnership with DEKA R&D to help bring clean water to communities in need

    To further advance The Coca-Cola Company’s goal to replenish 100 percent of the water used in its beverages and their production by 2020 and support sustainable communities, the Company announced a long-term global clean water partnership with DEKA R&D to bring DEKA President Dean Kamen’s “Slingshot” technology to communities where potable water access is limited. The ...

  • IceTech presents In-Press Mold Cleaner at the Tire Technology Expo 2015

    From 10-12 of February 2015 IceTech presented the automatic cleaning robot at Tire Technology Expo 2015, the leading international exhibition for tire design and production. The three-day show in Cologne, Germany, featured more than 220 exhibitors and a record number of visitors. In Hall 11.1, the international IceTech team from Denmark, Germany, the US and IceTech distributors from Slovakia, ...

  • January issue of performance report published

    Dounreay's performance report for January 2010 has been published. This issue features the third of the dump tanks to be lifted from the Prototype Fast Reactor. The publication also highlights a robotic manipulator used in the oil and gas industry which will be helping Dounreay workers clean out radioactive cells. Also provided are at-a-glance statistics across a range of safety and performance ...

  • Plymovent sponsors MX3D to print a 3D steel bridge

    Plymovent contributes its clean air and filtration expertise to the first bridge project of its kind in the world! Designed by Dutch designer and artist Joris Laarman, MX3D will 3D print the construction of a metal bridge to be placed in the center of Amsterdam. MX3D, a highly innovative Dutch start-up company, invented an ...


    By Plymovent Group BV

  • Cyclone Power Technologies Performs Combustion Tests of Gulf Crude Oil

    POMPANO BEACH, Fla - Cyclone Power Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: CYPW) has successfully performed combustion acceptability tests of crude oil recovered from the Gulf of Mexico with its award-winning, heat-regenerative external combustion engine. During the tests, Cyclone ignited a small amount of crude oil spilled from the Deepwater Horizon accident through its combustion chamber fuel ...

  • Obama’s Actions to Promote American Entrepreneurship Include Supporting Nanotechnology Industry

    On November 30, 2016, the White House published a blog item, “President Obama’s Top Ten Actions to Accelerate American Entrepreneurship,” and posted a ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Dürr receives major order from Renault in Morocco

    Dürr Group is supporting the automotive manufacturer Renault in building a new plant for good value medium-sized cars. Dürr is to deliver the majority of the required paint systems to the site in Tangiers, Morocco by the end of 2011. The order was placed by Renault at the end of July 2009 Renault is establishing its largest African production site in Tangiers. The site is to initially manufacture ...

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