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All-Purpose Proximity Sensing from SICK in one second flat

All-Purpose Proximity Sensing from SICK in one second flat

Achieving instantly reliable proximity sensing is simple with the single-click installation of the SICK IQG sensor. With its one-second mount and 40 x 40mm cubic construction, the IQG is an all-purpose and cost-effective inductive sensor that is easy-to-switch in countless automation, conveying and materials handling applications. The IQG delivers adaptable, …

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Chemical storage requires a reaction

New legislation controlling the way chemicals and hazardous substances are packaged has been introduced and workplace equipment supplier Slingsby is advising organisation across all industries, to be aware of the changes that cover a vast range of products. Under the Classification, Labelling and Packaging (CLP) of Substances and Mixtures Regulations, …

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Ocado logs onto Mercedes-Benz safety options

Ocado logs onto Mercedes-Benz safety options

Safety was at the top of its shopping list when online grocer Ocado ordered a new fleet of Mercedes-Benz trucks. The fast-growing retailer is now running another 20 Actros tractor units from its Customer Fulfilment Centres (CFCs) in Hatfield, and at Dordon, near Tamworth, and awaiting delivery of a further …

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Terex Construction launches pledge on machine safety

Terex Construction launches pledge on machine safety

Global equipment solutions provider, Terex Construction, has announced its growing commitment to safety in the product development process. Launched at last week’s BAUMA exhibition (8-14 April), the pledge commences a process to ensure the highest levels of safety in the design and build of all compact equipment. As part of …

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