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Fjord Shipping AS also relies on GEA BallastMaster marineX

More and more shipping companies are relying on UV irradiation for the treatment of ballast water. With the BallastMaster marineX, GEA offers a corresponding solution.


Latest NSK bearings suit lean lubrication conditions in EVs

NSK has developed a new tapered roller bearing for use in electric vehicles (including hybrid, fuel cell and battery electric variants) that offers long life even under severely lean lubrication conditions. The bearings dramatically boost seizure resistance under lean lubrication, in turn improving transmission reliability and efficiency, and enabling the use of smaller lubrication systems and more compact gearbox designs.


All online: Webcasts, training and consulting

Working at home is something many people are doing right now. That is why Eplan is now offering a number of online services, including webcasts that provide users with specific practical support. The possibility for remote consulting and meeting with consultants via video conference is another new service that Eplan is offering companies – augmented by helpful online training courses from the Eplan Training Academy.


Component carrier now replacing flexible PCBs

Flexible circuit boards offer numerous advantages. However, the mechanical fixation of these circuit boards is highly complex. HARTING has developed a new solution based on 3D-MID technology that is capable of replacing flexible circuit boards. Thanks to component carriers, cost savings of up to two-thirds can be achieved.


Fjord Shipping AS also relies on GEA BallastMaster marineX

The GEA BallastMaster marineX has been approved by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) with Type Approval G8 and has the recognition of the Alternate Management System (AMS) of the USCG for all water qualities: fresh water, brackish water and seawater.

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N95 Masks: Now Made in Rhode Island

Next stop – the Strategic National Stockpile to help combat the spread of Covid-19.

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