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WNM Wireless Network Module
Editorial
11/05/16 - The WNM Wireless Network Module from Moore Industries has been redesigned with a new, sleeker housing and now incorporates both Serial and Ethernet
New multi-use portable compressors
Editorial
08/05/16 - Atlas Copco is launching two multi-use portable compressors featuring a breakthrough PACE system (Pressure Adjusted through Cognitive Electronics)
Red Lion launches first rugged I/O platform
Supplier news
14/04/16 - Now available from Control Logic is Red Lion's new rugged E3 I/O module platform, a high-density I/O system with hardened metal enclosures.
Shade Cloth
Editorial
05/04/16 - Signet’s range of shade cloths are a versatile material that can be used in a number of different industries.
Bulk fluid transfer
Editorial
20/03/16 - Operators will no longer have to travel along the API envelope of the vehicle in order to operate the system.
Wine Solutions from Spray Nozzle Engineering
Editorial
07/02/16 - Spray Nozzle Engineering, a leading Australian spraying solutions company, has a long history of providing solutions to wine and beer processing.
How to become a mining supplier
Editorial
11/12/13 - Tightening market conditions means Australia’s burgeoning equipment, services and supplier sector is having to up the ante to secure mining contracts.
Woodside Energy implements site-wide communications system at Karratha Gas Plant
Editorial
05/11/13 - SwitchplusIP allows KGP site workers and control room operators to seamlessly communicate using a variety of technologies.
Waste equals energy: The biomass equation
Supplier news
29/10/13 - Biomass and waste-to-energy boiler systems have an important role to play in the world. The selection of boiler technology and technology supplier is critical for a successful project.
A Wood Group PSN operator works on a North Sea platform owned by TAQA Bratani. (Image courtesy www.woodgroup.com)
Editorial
09/10/13 - Wood Group PSN Australia has acquired Wagners Oil & Gas’s 45% shareholding in the joint venture company Wood Group Wagners.
Cougar fined over leak of carcinogenic chemical at Kingaroy
Editorial
25/09/13 - Cougar Energy has been fined $75,000 for leaking benzene into groundwater at its underground coal gasification project at Kingaroy in Queensland.
MIPAC is currently working on a major oil and gas plant's vapour recovery unit, grease plant and base oil operation, and is involved in an LPG remediation project.
Supplier news
16/09/13 - Work on the vapour recovery unit is designed to reduce the site’s environmental impact and to make the operation as cost-efficient as possible.

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