Located in NSW’s Griffith region, Farm 8a Benerembah is a 165 ha property, producing a wide range of grape...
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Pumps are arguably the most common machine in power and process industry, and major consumers of energy, yet relatively little information is available on the application of predictive maintenance/condition monitoring to them. When deterioration in performance of a centrifugal pump causes a drop in plant production, overhaul is readily justified, as its cost is usually small in proportion.
Pumping applications for irrigation water supply, recreational turf, building services or domestic supply needs can achieve improved efficiencies and...
Electricity use in the City of Sydney’s buildings has dropped significantly with new figures revealing savings of as much...
By Malcolm Robertson, Managing Director, Robertson Technology Pty Ltd, Joondalup, WA Many organisations are attempting to improve the energy...
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What to look for when purchasing positive displacement pumps October 19, 2021
When it comes to choosing the right positive displacement pump for an applicatio...
Efficient priming and anti-spit technology: AllightSykes’ recipe to the smart pump October 18, 2021
It is widely known that priming a dewatering pump is crucial, both for its abili...
ESCO flexible gear couplings with Multicrown tooth form for longer life from Drive Systems October 15, 2021
The ESCO gear couplings is a torsionally rigid, grease-filled coupling consistin...
Perkins® My Engine App: taking service and capability to a new level October 6, 2021
With Perkins recognised as one of the world’s leading diesel engine manufactur...
Flexidrag® – the premium drag hose for your broad acreage irrigation October 5, 2021
Australian-made Flexidrag® irrigation hose, the new force in irrigation, is enj...
Billy Lights Point has been selected as a preferred location for a desalination plant in the Eyre Peninsula area of South Australia, which will provide clean drinking water for around 35,000 SA Water customers in the region.
CSIRO is looking for industry partners and councils interested in trialling water banking technology, a method of storing water underground that can provide increased water security and drought resilience.
Clifon’s new reverse osmosis (RO) water treatment plant and Great Artesian Basin (GAB) bore are progressing rapidly, with the design and construction underway, and equipment purchased including building water storage tanks and connection pipes.
Incitec Pivot and Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) have committed to a joint feasibility study into the construction of a new water electrolysis facility at Gibson Island, which would produce renewable hydrogen for conversion into green ammonia.
Karl Metcalfe, technical support at the Association of Electrical & Mechanical Trades (AEMT), has provided advice on the correct management and regular servicing required to store electric motors.
January 31, 2022 - February 2, 2022