Atlas Copco Power and Flow has completed its portfolio of WEDA electric submersible dewatering pumps. They have achieved this comprehensive coverage by completing the ranges for drainage and sludge applications and adding a completely new range for slurry applications. Selection from the entire, expanded range is simplified as all models are classified by application and type of fluid that they handle.
Harringtons Builders Plc, a well-established groundworks contractor company focusing on commercial, industrial and residential projects in the UK, have been measuring the vibration levels of their tools, including TEX 09 PE pneumatic hammers recently purchased from Atlas Copco, using technology from REACTEC called HAVWEAR. The device measures and records hand-arm vibration levels, alerting the user to overexposure, and as a result preventing against the possibility of White Finger. Atlas Copco tools are designed with a focus in reducing the vibration levels, making the equipment safer for the end user.
The leadership team of the Atlas Copco Power Technique business area has presented a strategic vision outlining how mega-trends such as digitalisation and the construction of smart cities will be powered by cleaner and more connected energy source technologies.
At Pump Centre Conference, on May 3rd, we are sharing details about the forthcoming launch of a game-changing rotary screw low pressure blower concept that has the potential to revolutionise the UK water and wastewater treatment industry. Find out what you can expect
The flooding and mudslides caused by ‘Fenonemo del Nino’ on the Peruvian coast resulted in a devastating scenario. The emergency situation called for a quick response, and Atlas Copco answered with technology, technical knowledge and enthusiastic solidarity from their workers.
Every autumn thousands of people visit the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir (Neasden temple) in London to celebrate Diwali, the Hindu ‘Festival of Light’. This year the festival organisers chose Atlas Copco’s LED HiLight towers to light up the walkways, pavements and areas around the temple.