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Top 5 Plant Engineering articles, November 13-19: Industrial energy training, why electric motors overheat, mobile robot safety, and more

Articles about industrial energy training, why electric motors overheat, mobile robot safety, 2017... » more

Mobile Cabinets

The Vidmar® E-Series line of mobile cabinets features eight carts, ranging from light to heavy-duty.

Plant Engineering at 70

Taking a look back at the last 70 years of Plant Engineering. In retrospect, it is easy to see that... » more

Answering the big question: ‘What If?’

Over the past 30 years, Plant Engineering's Product of the Year award has highlighted the... » more

"What is your Torque worth?" webcast: Your questions answered

Baldor's Kyle Verploegen answers questions about motor efficiency that were not addressed during... » more

2017 Product of the Year Finalists: Vote now!

The official ballot is open for voting for Plant Engineering North American print and digital... » more

Four reasons why electric motors overheat

Increases in the temperature of an electric motor reduce its lifespan. By knowing the reason why... » more

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In-Vehicle Computer

The AIV-APL1V1FL is a new, fanless in-vehicle computer from Acrosser Technology. It is equipped with an Intel Apollo lake SoC chipset as well as WiFi, Bluetooth, CAN-BUS, and 3G/4G connectivity.

Mobile Cabinets

The Vidmar® E-Series line of mobile cabinets features eight carts, ranging from light to heavy-duty.

Fiber Optic Microswitch

The MR386 series Fiber Optic Microswitch is the world’s first fiber optic microswitch. » more

2017 Product of the Year Finalists: Vote now!

The official ballot is open for voting for Plant Engineering North American print and digital edition subscribers, for a limited time. Cast your vote using CFE Media's New Products for Engineers platform. » more

Admittance Point Level Switch

The SAL18 is an advanced RF admittance point level switch. » more

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Machine Safety Blog

Functional safety life cycle: 1) Perform risk assessment 2) Examine functional requirements 3) Design and verify mitigation 4) Install and validate 5) Manage, change, and improve. Courtesy: Control Engineering Machine Safety Blog, JB Titus & Associates

Machine Safety: Benefits of safety assessments, risk...

The need to evaluate hazards and apply corrective actions to reduce... » more

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Videos

Top 4 mistakes made when precision balancing

Tom Hoenig of GTI Predictive Technology discusses...

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The latest on issues affecting electrical systems and strategies for the modern plant floor.

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