Browsing: Materials

The emergence of high tensile, lightweight composites to compete with tried and tested stalwarts like concrete, timber and steel is a growth area for the engineering sector. In some cases engineering materials are combined for maximum flexibility. NZ Engineering News keeps readers up to date on the emerging use of different materials for engineering and the continued success and development of traditional materials. Steel and steel fabrication, plastics, metals and composites are examined and compared.

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Regulatory compliance and best maintenance practices are crucial in optimising the safety, performance, reliability and efficiency of overhead cranes vital to major manufacturing, materials handling, mining, food and beverage and other material handling applications, but when there are several different programmes across multiple sites, it can be difficult to see if anything is missing. Continue →
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A team of scientists are trying to determine the “fundamental behaviour of plasma-facing materials with the goal of better understanding degradation mechanisms so we can engineer robust, new materials,” says materials scientist Chad Parish of the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Continue →
All News Members of the field sales team (left to right): Leon de Waard, Gene Halden, Tony Castellino, Neil Thomson, John Wilson, Garry Handke and Matthew Cook NEWS
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Members of the field sales team (left to right): Leon de Waard, Gene Halden, Tony Castellino, Neil Thomson, John Wilson, Garry Handke and Matthew Cook NEWS Customers, staff, industry partners and supporters celebrated in style to mark Gates Australia’s 30 year anniversary on February 17. Continue →
Materials Safeguarding safety and hygiene is a priority for the food, beverage and agribusiness industries
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Safeguarding safety and hygiene is a priority for the food, beverage and agribusiness industries Higher safety demands faced by food, beverage and agribusiness processors and packagers are driving demand for advanced engineering plastics to withstand the demands of the latest cleaning and hygiene systems. Continue →
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