Ilum-a-lite Light Eco LED Floodlight range27 February, 2014
With a brilliant white wide beam ensuring a consistent and clear light source, the Light Eco LED Floodlight range is a suitable choice for security applications, car parks, building facades and sport fields.
Energy-efficient printing at Adelaide legal practice26 February, 2014
Wallmans Lawyers is an Adelaide legal practice with particular expertise in commercial law. It was initially looking to reduce its printing costs as the current fleet was becoming expensive and the older devices were unable to take recycled or special paper stocks.
Four tips for saving on compressed air energy17 January, 2014
Energy consumption and energy efficiency are of primary concern to many compressor users. There are many well-known methods for keeping on top of energy consumption; however, there are some less famous yet clever ways to cut your bills down further.
Thermal imaging cameras optimise aluminium production11 December, 2013
Thermal imaging cameras are a welcome technology in the aluminium production industry. India's JNARDDC institute is using thermal imagers to help aluminium production companies across the country save energy and find faults at a very early stage.
Hurll Nu-Way SkyBlade HVLS fans27 November, 2013
Hurll Nu-Ways' SkyBlade HVLS (high-velocity, low-speed) fans use aircraft STOL technology. The fans deliver efficiency to heating and cooling systems by reducing run time and cycles and improving overall comfort.
Strahman Valves M-5000TG Low Flow Series Mixing Unit-Hose Station01 November, 2013
The M-5000TG Low Flow Series mixing unit produces hot water instantly from a steady supply of steam and cold water. The range is claimed to help users achieve savings in water, sewage and energy costs.
LED lighting initiative for Laminex NZ24 September, 2013
As part of the Fletcher Building Group (FBU), the Laminex New Zealand plant in Hamilton is committed to improving energy efficiency and reducing CO2 emissions by 10% by 2020. But finding and implementing improvements in a busy 24/7 manufacturing operation has its challenges.
Schneider Electric Vijeo Design'Air Plus application21 September, 2013
Energy management specialist Schneider Electric has announced its Vijeo Design'Air Plus feature in its existing Vijeo designer application for Android and iOS tablets and smartphones. The product enables users to create a tablet/smartphone project specifically for the tablet/smartphone display size.
Schneider Electric Magelis Optimise GTO human machine interface panel20 September, 2013
Schneider Electric has announced its Magelis GTO human machine interface panel (HMI), helping users to build machines and systems that improve operator efficiency while saving time and effort.
Nippon Gas invests in smart energy company COzero20 September, 2013
Japan's Nippon Gas has invested into Australian smart energy company COzero Holdings. COzero provides energy management solutions to help commercial businesses and industries save money on energy.
Schneider Electric's new energy-smart Melbourne office27 August, 2013
Today was the official opening of Schneider Electric's new energy-smart office space in Melbourne. The company has relocated to a facility at Ferntree Business Park, situated at Notting Hill, where it occupies three levels covering 5465 m2 of office space and 400 m2 in warehousing.
Bioline SU780 UltraLow Freezer09 August, 2013
The SU780 UltraLow Freezer is claimed to slash energy costs by up to 50% or more. Bioline Global has announced that the results of real-life testing in Australian research institutes have shown energy savings of more than 60%.
Schneider Electric Compact NSX moulded-case circuit breakers with extended breaking capacity08 August, 2013
Schneider Electric has released an extended breaking capacity for its range of Compact NSX moulded-case circuit breakers (MCCBs), suitable for low-voltage applications spanning 100 to 630 A.
Air measurement survey reveals energy saving for manufacturing plant08 August, 2013
When Orica, provider of commercial explosives and blasting systems, wanted to reduce operating costs and improve efficiencies at its manufacturing plant in Helidon, Queensland, the company went to Atlas Copco to seek advice.
Philips to phase out its incandescent bulbs in New Zealand08 August, 2013
Royal Philips will soon be the first lighting company in New Zealand to phase out its trade range of incandescent bulbs. The company’s supply of Softone bulbs to electrical wholesalers will be phased out from 1 October.