An international leader in load testing solutions with a global network of sales and rental offices, Crestchic is attending the annual Power China International Power & Generating Sets Exhibition in Shanghai on 8-10 April 2013 (Stand 4, D10-11, Hall E4).


Kennametal launches UltraFlex for Outstanding Wear Resistance on Critical and Complex Components

UltraFlex™, a new portfolio of wear-resistant surface treatments from Kennametal, brings industry-leading wear performance to components with complex geometries in power generation, oil and gas, and many other industries. Combining Kennametal’s expertise with tungsten carbide-based materials with super alloy-based technologies from Kennametal Stellite™, UltraFlex provides metallurgical-bonded, void-free cladding that provides longer and more predictable service life for critical components in the most demanding environments.

De Dietrich Process Systems

PolyAluminium Chloride (PAC): Effective technology for water purification De Dietrich® offers a complete range of advanced and dedicated solutions for PAC Producers South East Asia

Polyaluminium Chloride, usually called PAC, is a fast growing coagulant used in water treatment. PAC is highly-efficient for the treatment of drinking water, swimming pool water, sewage and industrial effluents, as well as for paper processing. PAC offers numerous advantages in comparison to other mineral coagulants, including lower dosage requirement, less flocculent needed, reduction of sludge and sulfate concentration, effective at low temperatures, and a wide range of PH.


RATP* and Verlinde: a robust partnership!

The millions of passengers who use the Parisian and suburban public transport system daily will tell you that electricity is the driving force behind the system, but nearly everyone is unaware of the technical challenge of ensuring the continued supply of power to the network 24 hours a day, every day of the year. According to RATP* records there has never been a general power cut in the Paris Metro. The large 1960's RATP*building houses one of four high voltage stations that, through a network system with seven other stations, provides the electrical power not only for the Metro, RER and tram systems but also for RATP*offices and workshops. As one of RATP's basic rules is to provide a secure energy supply, two EDF supplies of 63,000 V are fed to the High Voltage circuit breakers at the Lamarck station. Both inputs supply a transformer to reduce the voltage to 15000V which, after being routed through the rectifiers, supply 1500V DC to feed the RER network and 750V DC for the tram and Metro networks. The two transformers, the circuit breakers and rectifiers have strategic roles to play in running the RER, tram and Metro networks. To back up this power supply system, a 1,500 kW electricity generator is ready to start at any time. This power supply ensures current is fed to safety equipment, escalators and lighting in the event of large-scale power failures. The electricity generator, an important backup power system, must be frequently started up to ensure its serviceability.


Small, high-performance sensors for tight spaces

Pushing the limits of physical possibility is the greatest challenge facing technology. In addition to technical excellence, the economic aspect is taking on an increasingly important role. The machine construction market is continuously aiming for more compact, faster machines with higher capacity. Special packaging machines or machines for manufacturing PCBs are being constantly optimized to enhance their overall power density. In addition to mechanical components, electronic components that control the systems must also be consistently adapted. There is an increasing demand for smaller sensors that offer the performance, speed, and precision of larger sensors. In addition to functionality, it should also be possible to integrate these sensors discretely into the machine.


RFID - new, compact, and robust UHF read/write head from Pepperl+Fuchs

UHF read/write heads offer a higher range than LF and HF read/write systems, since the UHF technology communicates in the far field using "detached" waves and the LF/HF systems work in the near field. The range can be varied by changing the antenna design and the transmitted power. In addition to the existing F117 UHF antenna with a range of up to 6 m, Pepperl+Fuchs now offer a very compact solution, the new F190 UHF, specifically tailored to applications in production technology and intralogistics where the read distance of the LF and HF systems is not sufficient.


Solutions for Process Interfaces

The complex topic of explosion protection for process production plants requires profound knowledge and experience. Pepperl+Fuchs offers all this, along with reliable, high-class technology products and close support of individual projects, from first evaluation up to delivery of the final solution to the plant, ready for operation.

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