Effectiveness, safety, customization, profitability – the diverse and complex requirements in drive and damping technology are constantly increasing and changing. How do development engineers approach them? What specific solutions do they create for different industrial and technological sectors? How are pioneering innovations successfully achieved that provide real added value? We discuss this and much more in our The Engineer's Blog.
HVLS (high-volume, low-speed) fans are generally ceiling-mounted and are less often of the wall-mounted type. They are more than 7ft (2.1 m) in diameter. Their functional principle relies on size and not on speed to move a large amount of air. Though HVLS fans are used in a wide variety of applications, they are predominantly used in the agriculture industry and in food storehouses, thus controlling temperature and reducing the spoilage of perishables goods. Other important application areas are manufacturing shop floors and warehouses where they efficiently control the temperature and increase the comfort of employees. This in turn increases the productivity of the workers in those spaces. There is yet another important advantage of using HVLS fans in manufacturing environments. By virtue of their function HVLS fans have the ability to reduce condensation and high humidity. As a result, rusting of machines and metal parts that are stored in manufacturing settings is effectively reduced. This doubles the benefit to business owners by making their employees happy and also protecting their goods. In the end, this means reduced costs.
A key part of reliability is maintenance. Reliability of an elevator is an important factor in determining the overall success and profitability of a facility. As we all know "Elevator System" is highly specialized machinery that requires technicians that have a wider array of knowledge in maintaining the system to be safe and reliable. So the company is always on the lookout for design enhancements that will keep its elevators moving with the least amount of maintenance.
Of the wide variety of equipment used by the pharmaceutical industry, vacuum pumps are predominant. They are used in research labs and large-scale production units of bulk drugs, active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) and by intermediates manufacturers. Various pharmaceutical processes, including degassing, vacuum distillation, crystallization, drying, freeze drying and sterilization utilize vacuum pumps. These vacuum pumps ensure high efficiency and low cost of operation by minimizing wear and leakage. The high demands made on vacuum pumps can be optimally fulfilled with the help of RINGFEDER® Locking Assemblies. Read this article to learn how!