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Switchgear manufacturer undergoes digital transformationsteute Technologies is known as an expert for safe switchgear in complex and demanding applications. But over the last few years the company has also grown to become a systems provider. Today's customers can profit from complete solutions which range from sensors via Gateways to integration in ERP systems. In an interview, Stefan Schmersal, Acting Partner at steute, gives insights into the market, his own solutions and business strategies, as well as the challenges steute will face in the future.
Source: open automation (05/2019)
One fits allA new series of emergency pull wire switches demonstrates the benefits of modular construction in electromechanical switchgear. This switchgear series can withstand extreme ambient conditions, can be used universally and is highly versatile with regard to installation, mounting and integration in existing equipment.
Source: Der Konstrukteur (7-8/2019)
Position monitoring on loading systems - Switchgear for extreme applicationsPetrol, natural gas and liquid gas are typical products handled using loading systems manufactured by Emco Wheaton. These loading systems are frequently to be found at the end of a process chain, at production sites or logistics stations like fuel depots or, in "ship to shore" applications, at ports.
Source: Chemietechnik (6/2019)
Emergency pull-wire switches - Machine safety in extreme environmentsAt its Neuhof-Ellers site near Fulda, the company K+S Kali mines raw potash and magnesium salts at depths of down to 800 metres. The atmosphere in the flotation plants which separate the potassium chloride from the rock salt and other mineral salt constituent parts is extremely corrosive. Trust is therefore placed in "Extreme" emergency pull-wire switches which have been thoroughly tested and which allow the plants to be switched off very fast should a dangerous situation occur.
Source: Schüttgut (4/2019)
When material flow management goes mobileAutomated guided vehicles (AGV) which are resting can be woken up by remote control and then sent back to sleep when they are no longer needed. This is made possible by a low-energy wireless system including a "deep sleep" mode which is already used by several renowned AGV manufacturers and which is also responsible for communication between the vehicles and their control centre.
Source: materialfluss (06/2019)