- Lens reaction time critical for welding helmets
WITH light travelling at around 299,792 kilometres a second, the reaction speed of the lens in a welder’s helmet is critical when a welding arc is struck.
- Using safety monitoring filters with cartridge dust collectors
Many cartridge dust collectors today are equipped with a bank of filters installed downstream of the clean air discharge. These systems are known by a variety of names – safety monitoring filter, secondary filter, after-filter and safety filter being the most common terms.
- Quick action saves XXXX brewery millions in flood damage
If Queenslanders knew the real story of the Brisbane floods they would erect a statue to SEW-Eurodrive in place of that of Wally Lewis. Wally only played a bit of footy, SEW-Eurodrive got XXXX beer back into production, along the way saving Lion Nathan millions of dollars.
- Automating automatic orbital welding
Finding skilled welders is becoming difficult and will only become more difficult in the near future. According to the Welding Technology Institute of Australia, “the need for professionally qualified welding personnel has been widely recognised on a global basis.”
- Using lean thinking and digital data to innovate a fast future
Business is about people, process and precision. Precision of process in all business functions at “Six Sigma” tightness of control, creates a strong competitive advantage.