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    Piab provides smart solutions for the automated world, helping thousands of end users and machine producers in e-commerce logistics, food, pharma, automotive and other manufacturing industries to...
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    Hansford Sensors is a global market leader in vibration monitoring Lead by Managing Director Chris Hansford, who has over 35 years’ experience of vibration and condition monitoring, Hansford...
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    Atlas Copco USA is an industry leader in compressed air technology and service. Nowhere is this more evident than in our extensive range of compressed air products and service plans. From oil-free...
  • News - 10 Apr 2017
    Trees and other plants, from towering redwoods to diminutive daisies, are nature's hydraulic pumps. They are constantly pulling water up from their roots to the topmost leaves, and pumping sugars...
  • News - 21 Mar 2017
    Trees and other plants, from towering redwoods to diminutive daisies, are nature’s hydraulic pumps. They are constantly pulling water up from their roots to the topmost leaves, and pumping...
  • News - 27 Nov 2019
    Innovation creates improvement - Atlas Copco's engineers have developed an app under this heading that allows vacuum pumps to be controlled and monitored in real time from a smartphone. Pumps can...
  • News - 27 Nov 2019
    The robust pump increases productivity in conveying, clamping, drying processes or environmental applications thanks to its low energy consumption and space requirement as well as its handling of...
  • News - 16 Sep 2019
    Image credit: pathdoc / Shutterstock.com From energy efficiency in the smart home, enhancing entire healthcare systems, to state-of-the art farming techniques in agriculture and even advances...
  • News - 19 Aug 2019
    EPFL scientists have created an innovative, tiny pump that is believed to play a major role in the development of smart clothing, lightweight exoskeletons, and autonomous soft robots. The pump...
  • News - 4 Jul 2019
    EPFL scientists have devised a new technique that involves using artificial intelligence to develop next-generation heat-pump compressors. The technique can reduce the power requirement of the pumps...