lubrication

Multi point automation for food grade lubrication

Lubrication is the lifeblood of industrial manufacturing environments. Without high-grade, reliable lubricant products, components like chains and bearings have significantly reduced wear resistance, and end up costing businesses far more in the long run. According to John Knight, Lubrication Systems product manager at Alemlube, premature component failure can almost always be put down to poor lubrication practices. Read more

grade

Aussie made, Aussie grade

When operating on agricultural land, it is important to prioritise services and supply designed for our unique and often unpredictable landscapes. So often, Australian farmers are left disappointed with the quality of imported consumables such as tractor lubricants. This was the case for Peter Vicary in the 1980s, when he and his sons, Ben and Andrew, founded Gulf Western Oil. Read more

machines

Company given boost by new servo machine

Select Equip, the exclusive Australian distributor for Keymac Packaging Systems, reports that industry demand for preglued sleeves is at an all-time high within the readymeal, meat and snacking on the go industry sector. With this demand comes the need for higher speed machines with the introduction of the Keymac K101-S (up to 75 packs per minute). Read more

automation

Benefits of full automation, digitalisation and IoT connectivity with Rittal

Rittal’s innovative hygienic design solutions are engineered for high hygiene zones, but they are part of a larger industrial automation ecosystem that food and beverage manufacturers can leverage. By streamlining the panel building and switchgear system engineering process using industry-leading software, EPLAN, and implementing Edge data centres to store their own data as close to the source as possible, Rittal customers are enjoying the benefits of full automation, digitalisation, and IoT connectivity.  Read more

JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER

JOIN OUR NEWSLETTER
Close