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Liebherr to exhibit new L 538 P wheel loader at RWM — July 19, 2016
Liebherr-Great Britain is exhibiting at RWM, and will be showcasing its new L 538 P wheel loader and the LH 22 M materials handler.
When faced with an array of options for your processing equipment, how do you know which one to pick — July 12, 2016
Attend this 2 day short course to clarify the pros and cons of each type of hardware and help you to make an informed selection; bookings now being taken.
Custom lump breaker for pharmaceutical manufacture — July 12, 2016
Ajax Equipment has developed a custom powder sifter for pharmaceutical applications.
Two new key appointments at British Rema — July 12, 2016
Powder processing specialist British Rema has announced two new appointments which will further strengthen the company’s service to customers.
Eclipse provides high performance separation — July 12, 2016
Auto-Shuttle Magnetic separator from Eclipse Magnetics upgraded for high volume applications.
Bumper attendance at Hillhead 2016 — July 07, 2016
Hillhead 2016 recorded a record number of exhibitors and an increase in visitor numbers from the 2014 show.
Piab acquires Kenos and grips new market — July 05, 2016
Acquisition enables Piab to enter the large-area vacuum gripper market at full speed.
2 Poles or 1 Pole Is The Overband Magnet Question — July 05, 2016
Why would an Overband Magnet with 2 poles instead of 1 enable better and cleaner separation?