Engineers Australia has announced the appointment of Jane MacMaster to the newly-created role of Chief Engineer. CEO Dr Bronwyn Evans said the chief engineer will lead Engineers Australia’s engagement and policy discussion with industry, government, academia and other key stakeholders. “The Chief Engineer will play an important part in delivering the organisation’s strategic vision and … Continue reading Jane MacMaster new chief engineer at Engineers Australia
The ST80, ST100 and MT100 Thermal Mass Flow Meters from Fluid Components International (FCI) offer accuracy, repeatability, ease of operation, installation and low maintenance to enhance plant performance while driving costs down in in waste-to-energy incineration plants. Waste Incineration Plants (WIP) applying waste-to-energy (WTE) technologies provide an economical and decreased waste footprint alternative to conventional … Continue reading Thermal flow meters optimise waste-to-energy plant boiler Intake air flow
Deakin’s commitment to sustainable Victorian communities and mitigating the impacts of climate change, is bolstered by its official membership of the Melbourne Renewable Energy Project 2 (MREP2). As a sustainability leader the University will from 1 July 2020, start procuring 14 gigawatt hours of renewable electricity per year through the Yaloak South Wind Farm at … Continue reading Deakin has sustainable future with MREP2 wind farm project
The finalists for Australia’s most prestigious manufacturing awards have been announced. The Endeavour Awards 2019 saw a high calibre of entrants representing Australia in an international capacity with innovative ideas, new technologies and the best in supply chain strategies. This year’s finalists showcase what Australia has to offer the world in manufacturing. To celebrate the … Continue reading Endeavour Awards 2019 finalists announced
The innovative PLICSCOM display and adjustment module is mounted directly on the sensor for measured value indication, adjustment and diagnostics. This new optional Bluetooth feature allows any transmitter to be adjusted wirelessly from a distance of approximately 25 metres.