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COVER STORY p10-11


WMFTG pumps minimise downtime in water and wastewater treatment


FILTRATION


Many operators of cooling towers and cooling systems believe they have an effective and safe water system in place, but how safe are they really?


INDUSTRY 4.0 7


For those manufacturers who are starting to shape their Industry 4.0 digital connectivity strategy, sensors are a sensible starting point


PUMPS & VALVES


Running machinery at higher speeds helps raise performance, but can cause component failure, which is why bearings are 17 being redesigned to cope


33 NEWS Minimise downtime and cut chemical use


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04. Survey reveals the impact of digital twinning 05. See the light in food product assembly


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FEATURES Filtration & separation... 07. Uncover the hidden truth 08. Find your way through the FOG


Industry 4.0... 13.Make a more intelligent choice 14. Predicting great things


Food & beverage... 20. Choc full of food industry features


Packaging... 29. Plastic plays a role in the circular economy


Pumps, valves & actuators... 33. Look at speed from a new angle


Tanks & vessels/process safety... 37. A collective voice


Test & maintenance... 39. The true spirit of accuracy


INDUSTRY FOCUS


The statements and opinions expressed in connectingindustry/ processcontrol magazine are not those of the editor or Datateam Business Media Ltd unless described as such


EDITOR Michelle Lea Tel: 01622 687031 


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Water & waste treatment... 23. Balancing the scales to reduce the gap 24. Three steps to dealing with hazardous waste


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THROTTLE FUNCTION


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