TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION
orld-renowned gas measurement and control experts Chell Instruments have updated their already impressive nanoDAQ- LTR range with the nanoDAQ-LTR-64 channel.
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Carlo Gavazzi’s smart factory solutions
Automation specialist, Carlo Gavazzi will be returning to this year’s PPMA Total show at the NEC, Birmingham on 1st-3rd October - the UK's leading event for Processing and
of IO-Link Sensors; illustrating i discuss the latest technologica This year, the Carlo Gavazzi Packaging Machinery.
standardized wiring, remote co as well as, simple device replac
ncreased availability of data, l innovations and advantages team will be on hand to
ement. Also, on show will be nfiguration and monitoring
the latest wireless handheld IO-Link smart configurator which makes a laborious task quick and easy.
Martin Wyatt, Carlo Gavazzi’s Business Development Manager explains: “We can show how advances in
technology and the revolutionization of the manufacturing industry can aid operational excellence by providing insight into systems .
Carl Carlo Gavazzi UK td 01276 854110
Gavazzi UK Ltd www.carlogavazzi.co.uk
Jacobacob (UK) K) Ltd
on showat PPMA Total Show ollowing the success of last year, Controls and
Chell upgrades thei r impressive nanoDAQ Range W
new nanoDAQ-LTR-64 has 64 channels and is a low-cost within Chell’s miniature smart pressure scanner range. By g the latest technology in digital transducers, Chell have cre- ated a slim-line version of the nanoDAQ featuring a configurable manifold mount.
“Our new improved pressure scanner is not only affordable but its size and construction also means it’s ideal for many new appli- cations” states Nick Broadley, Managing Director at Chell. “It’s also fully configurable and will output pressure data in engineering units over Ethernet and CAN.”
With the new improved upgrade users can select a number of operating parameters using the embedded web server. Its miniature dimensions also mean it ca n be used in harsh environments.
CHELL NSTRUMENTS HELL INSTRUMENTS LTD 01692 500555 www.chell.co.uk
Jacob (UK) Ltd announce the promotion of Kim Jordan, to the position ofManaging Director
acob (UK) has enjoyed a fruitful start to 2019, heralded by the internal promotion of Kim. Particularly focused on exemplary customer care, she has already demonstrated her drive to grow the business by strengthening the UK team.
Major investments by the Parent company offer this Shropshire-based company the support and service to ensure that their superior pipework system is available for fast turnaround at highly competitive prices.
"I am thrilled to be heading up the UK division and would like to thank the Team for their enthusiasm" says Kim.
"Our focus will remain on offering a complete pipework solution to our customers, supported by a proactive approach to their service requirements". For a fully priced technical catalogue, please email s email@example.com
01694 722 841 Diamond Processing Industry Goes Digital: T
Coborn and Relayr to equip diamond grindingmachines with digital technology to guarantee perfoformance, increase productivity and provide predictivemaintenance hanks to a partnership with Relayr, Coborn is adding new digital services to their diamond grind-
for the customer.
ing machines which will improve product performance and therefore increase asset utilisation The long-term strategic alliance will also add an innovative pay per use model which will make
financing Coborn grinding machines easier for UK and European customer Romford based Coborn Engineering Company Limited, a global provide
r of engineered solutions s.
for the diamond industry, and Berlin located Relayr, a specialist for industrial solutions in the field of Internet of Things (IoT), have formed a strategic alliance. The purpose of this long-term partner- ship is to develop Coborn’s diamond grinding machines into smart equip ment by installing digital services in their products.
Thanks to anomaly detection through Relayr’s AI-based analytics, data machines will allow them to determine and resolve failures in advance. De
livering pre-emptive serv- collected from Coborn’s
ice to each diamond customer will enable Coborn to offer machines with guaranteed performance and availability targets. Each machine will also come with an insurance po guarantees.
As an additional feature, Coborn will be offering a pay per use busines also known as an Equipment as a Service (EaaS) model. EaaS is an innovat which Coborn‘s diamond grinding machines are not sold but made availab will remain responsible for maintenance, service, repairs and spare parts.
s model for its equipment, licy to support these
This model makes Coborn's le for a usage fee. Coborn ive business model in
products easier to finance for companies in the diamond industry, especially in emerging markets. Partnering with Relayr will enable Coborn to deliver business solutions to their customers through a unique blend of technology, finance, and insurance offerings. This unrivaled approach will provide a distinct level of tailo red customer support and services whilst guaranteeing the uptime of Coborn’s Intelligent Machines. In turn, Coborn customers will be able to increase their productivity and receive exactly the services they need.
For Coborn, cooperation with Relayr is decisive for the further expansion of the company: "Coborn is the only global company that is totally focused on grinding and polishing all types of diamonds. Our company is a vital part of the diamond industries value chain ".
Re ayellayr Ltd td +49 162 258 86 93 www.relayr.io/coborn/
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