Hoffmann-Krippner has announced the availability of the EHEDG (European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group) certified hygienic mounting kit for PiL’s P53 Steel Head ultrasonic sensors. This new, off-the-shelf, hygienic sensor solution has been designed for the chemical, pharmaceutical and food and beverage industries – suitable for any manufacturing/assembly/bottling/packaging system that requires a clean and hygienic … Continue reading Sensor for chemical and pharmaceutical industries
Researchers from Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have developed an inexpensive method for 3D printing bacteria into shapes and patterns, which could lead to revolutionary new materials. According to the researchers, the method could see applications ranging from mother-of-pearl fake teeth to powerful new microlenses that increase the effectiveness of solar panels and … Continue reading 3D printing bacteria promises new materials for manufacturing
A strong manufacturing sector remains central to any first world economy as a result of its contribution to overall productivity, its input to R&D and innovation, its contribution to exports and its multiplier effects on growth.
Orica has seen an ammonia spill at its Kooragang Island plant this morning after a leaking gasket was discovered.
Electricity and the carbon price have dominated our national policy debate in the past three years, but in the first 100 days of the next government’s life, there’ll be a new energy problem to tackle: natural gas.