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  • AMETEK Land In-furnace Thermal Imaging Solution Wins Glass Focus Award for Innovation

    The award-winning collaborative project involved real-time, in-furnace thermal imaging using AMETEK Land’s Near Infrared Borescope (NIR-B) to optimise furnace operations at Encirc’s Elton site in Cheshire, UK.     “We are delighted to win this award. It is a testament to the three ...


    By AMETEK Land

  • Bulk Fuel Tank Monitoring with Remote Display

    Pulsar Process Measurement have supplied non-contacting ultrasonic volume measurement equipment with associated remote plant mimic software to help solve an issue for Northern Rail at three sites; their Newton Heath LMD (Light Maintenance Depot) near Manchester, Blackpool LMD and Barrow LMD, allowing them to control the ordering, delivery and usage of fuel more efficiently. Equipment used: ...

  • CWS Adds Par Sensor for Customer to Monitor New Fuel Process

    In collaboration with customer Joule Unlimited, Columbia Weather Systems has added a quantum sensor option to measure photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) – solar radiation in the spectral range 400-700 nm. The sensor can be added to any CWS weather station with a Weather MicroServer. The quantum sensor is useful for applications such as greenhouse ...

  • Understanding A Future Fuel

    Caterpillar Marine has announced the unveiling of the first LNG (liquefied natural gas) test bed for gas-fueled engines at its facility in Kiel, Germany. The LNG preparation unit consists of an LNG tank and a gas preparation unit, both in 40 ft. container size and both developed and supplied by Marine Service GmbH, Hamburg. ...

  • New vans more fuel efficient

    The average van sold in 2013 was around 4 % more efficient than the previous year, so the new vans fleet has already met the collective carbon emissions target ahead of the 2017 deadline, preliminary data shows. Similar findings were recently published for new cars, which have also met their target in advance. There were 1.2 million new vans registered in 2013, with average emissions of 173.3 g ...

  • Fuel Cell Market Research and Developments

    Fuel Cell Market Outlook 2017    Fuel cells are an extremely resourceful technology with systems ranging from single watts up to megawatts. This created demand for this technology in various application areas including military, electronic devices, transportation, traffic signaling, security and remote monitoring etc. In addition, declining prices for fuel cells and advanced research ...


  • Eaton`s Ground-Fueling Products Support Rapid Fuel-Distribution and Fuel-Storage Capabilities for U.S. Army

    Power management company Eaton has been selected by Isometrics, Inc., to supply ground-fueling products used in the production of tank rack modules for the U.S. Army. Isometrics, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of modular fuel systems designed to provide troops with rapid fuel-distribution and fuel-storage capabilities at any location, regardless of material-handling equipment availability. The ...


    By Eaton Corporation

  • Titan Cloud Software & Cybera Collaborate to Deliver Advanced Solutions for Fuel Monitoring and Compliance Management

    Titan Cloud Software and Cybera, Inc. announced today that they have teamed up to provide convenience fuel retailers with secure access to Titan’s advanced remote fuel monitoring and environmental compliance software through Cybera’s secure application platform, Cybera ONE. Convenience stores will realize tremendous benefits from the combined solution, including: Plug-and-play ...

  • SMART TESTSOLUTIONS releases new generation of cell voltage monitoring systems for fuel cells

    With the MCM-IntelliProbe German measuring technology specialist SMART TESTSOLUTIONS released a new generation of its cell voltage monitoring systems for fuel cell, battery and electrolysis applications. The new systems are addressing both laboratory and mobile use cases. The new system is characterized by a high withstand ...


    By Smart Testsolutions GmbH

  • Poulsbo, Wash. Gas station agrees to pay over $11,000 for failure to monitor underground fuel tanks

    Central Valley Grocery gas station in Poulsbo, Washington, has agreed to pay $11,356 for failing to properly monitor three underground storage tanks (USTs) for leaks for over a year. Owners and operators of USTs are required to test their tanks for leaks on a monthly basis. Failure to do so puts ground water at risk and is a violation of both state and federal law. According to Edward Kowalski, ...

  • EPA radiation monitoring audit, OSHA citations, fossil fuel subsidies and more on EHS This Week

    This week Kristy and I discuss OSHA citation's, EPA fines, calls for an end to fossil fuel subsidies, electrical safety month and more on EHS This Week. In addition we touch on a huge EPA audit of radiation monitoring sites across the U.S., as well as an EPA chemist reinstated after a whistleblower suit went before the federal Merit Systems Protection Board. Don't forget to write us with your ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • Naval Base Kitsap fails to properly monitor fuel tanks near Puget Sound for leaks

    Naval Base Kitsap Bangor failed to properly monitor pipes and underground fuel storage tanks for leaks on its property in Silverdale, Washington in violation of federal laws that protect groundwater, according to a settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The Navy will pay nearly $161,000 in fines. “EPA is working hard to restore Puget Sound and fuel leaks near the ...

  • Envirologger chosen for PetroSense oil and fuel detection

    The PetroSense range of sensors from FCI Environmental is now supported by Envirologger. The probes can detect minute traces of hydrocarbons in soil or water and the data is transmitted instantaneously to a central server and relayed to the client on a web site, by email, SMS, file transfer protocol or via site manager software. Applications include process water, wastewater, oil field ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • HyFive pioneers hydrogen fuel cell technology

    Preparing for the future. BMW, Daimler, Honda, Hyundai and Toyota, PE INTERNATIONAL, the London Mayor’s Office, hydrogen fueling companies, and others launched a $51.6 million project to develop hydrogen fuel cell-powered electric cars and refueling stations. PE will not only provide the award winning SoFi software for monitoring but will also assess Environmental and Economic aspects of ...


    By thinkstep

  • Fast and accurate (bio-)fuel analysis with Grabner IROX

    Refineries and regulatory agencies worldwide prefer the GRABNER INSTRUMENTS IROX FTIR-fuel analyzers for fully automatic, fast, reliable and portable fuel testing. IROX measures the entire mid-IR spectrum and provides comprehensive and highly accurate information about fuel composition. More than 30 different components as well as important parameters such as octane and cetane numbers, RVP, ...

  • Statistical press release - fuel poverty statistics 2010

    The latest Annual Report on Fuel Poverty Statistics 2010 is published today (Thursday 14 October) at 9.30am by the Department of Energy and Climate Change – headline figures refer to fuel poverty levels in the UK and England in 2008. This report includes the following highlights: In 2008, there were around 4.5m fuel poor households in the UK, up from 4.0m in 2007. In ...

  • SPRUCE: Waste Gas Abatement without Fuel Gas

    The new system developed by DAS Environmental Expert GmbH safely and reliably abates dangerous waste gases from semiconductor manufacturing processes Dresden, March 20, 2012. Starting today, DAS Environmental Expert GmbH is offering customers a new system for waste gas abatement: SPRUCE is a waste gas abatement system that operates entirely without fuel gas. “The new system closes a gap in ...

  • Biowaste briquettes fuel drive to save trees

    Banana stems, maize and other crop waste will be turned into charcoal briquettes in Uganda in an effort to reduce the number of trees chopped down for cooking fires. The project, funded by the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), will train 600 farmers across the country to make briquettes using portable metal kilns that can be moved between farms, according to Maxwell Onapa, deputy executive ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Fuel Poverty, England 2012: Statistical press release

    Through the Energy Act 2013, the Government has laid the ground for a new legal framework to monitor fuel poverty in England using the Low Income High Costs Indicator (LIHC). The Fuel poverty statistics report published today, 12th June 2014, is based on this LIHC definition and presents a comprehensive view of the latest statistical trends and analysis relating to 2012. Headline Statistics In ...

  • Multigas analyser supports liquid fuel research

    Two advanced FTIR analysers are being employed to monitor multiple gas concentrations simultaneously in laboratory scale reactors at Sasol’s Research and Technology Centre in South Africa. The monitors, which were supplied by Gasmet Technologies (Finland), are being used to study changes in gas composition during the preparation of Fisher Tropsch catalysts which are used in gas-to-liquids ...


    By Gasmet Technologies Oy

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