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INDUSTRY UPDATE


Innovation Prevents Typecasting for ‘Barrier Company’


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cCue, global leaders in industrial protection products, were once generally known as the ‘barrier


company’. Their flexible, ultra-strong safety barriers are known and used the world over to separate workers from moving vehicles, to organise facilities and make workplaces safer. Except the ‘barrier company’ has for a long time been


so much more than just the barrier company. McCue make bollards, rack protection, column guards, hand rails, wall protectors and more – and there’s a whole range of specialist retail protection products such as bumpers, trolley parks, signage and floor rails. In fact, McCue’s armoury of protection products can


now fully protect a facility from the shop floor to the sales floor. Factories and warehouses can be organised and made safe with an array of highly specialised and cost-saving products, while office spaces and retail sites can be kept preserved and pristine with everything from door and wall protectors to instore bumper protection.


McCue  01908 365 511  www.mccue.com/uk


Kingdom and Ireland, with units extending from 3 kW up to several megawatts. Hire drives can be delivered the same day, and installed and commissioned within a matter of hours by engineers from one of twelve ABB authori-sed value providers. There are four scenarios where hiring a drive can


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deliver customer benefits: Emergency or unexpected failure: Hiring a drive can be a


quick, low cost way of keeping critical processes running in the event of a breakdown. It reduces the cost of downtime whilst providing time to repair the failed equipment or to source and allocate capital for a permanent replacement. Temporary capacity: Hire drives can be used for short- term, semi-permanent or seasonal applications, allo-wing


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ABB launches UK-wide variable speed drives hire fleet


BB has invested significantly in the rollout of a variable speed drive hire fleet across the United


companies to ramp process capacity up or down with ease, while eliminating storage and maintenance costs. Prove predicted energy savings: If a variable speed


application has not previously used a drive, or if an existing drive is due for upgrade, hiring can be a low cost way to prove predicted energy savings before purchase and in a real environment. Equipment testing: Testing houses may be called upon


to test variable speed applications, but may not have a suitable drive with which to pair it in-house. Hiring a drive can allow testing to get underway at short no-tice and low cost.


ABB  0333 005 7001  www.new.abb.com


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Servo Components offer a comprehensive range of Servo Drives and Servo Motors


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