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Oil Jets Installed on a Waukesha

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Dreaded downtime

Dreaded downtime

Downtime is pretty much most engineers’ nightmare, and one of the things we work most tirelessly to prevent. So much of the content we produce is dedicated to reducing downtime for our contacts, & a couple of years back, after lots of calls for it from our clients, we made the decision to create a specific programme designed to help in a more formal way. We called it our Diesel Engine Uptime Programme (DEUP). Essentially, the DEUP is a...

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Focus on the future

Focus on the future

This week I’m in Hamburg, at the largest European marine expo, SMM. Many big engine manufacturers are exhibiting, but for me, there’s one striking thing missing on most stands, showing a consistent trend affecting all operators. Previously, there’ve been lots of shiny new engines on show. Not this time. It seems like most manufacturers are using the expo to showcase different types of technology. The Rolls Royce/MTU stand is a good...

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UK Trade Mission, Lessons from Brazil

UK Trade Mission, Lessons from Brazil

Last week, I was part of a UK Trade Mission in Brazil, in temperatures up to 40°C.   And as I write this, I’m in distinctly damp, colder, Essex.   Oh well!   I was in Rio, and as part of the UK trade mission, reviewed some opportunities for engine support for this expanding market.   As you’d expect, there were plenty of presentations and meetings, lots of people to see and business cards swapped.   But in amongst it...

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Over To You

Over To You

As someone who knows the importance of diesel engine uptime, we’d like to ask you one question. You’ll probably know, the main aim of our emails and posts is to provide technical insights to improve the safety, reliability and performance of diesel engines, based on our actual experience of engine maintenance and improvements across your sector. We wanted to reach out to you and see if there were any recurring problems or...

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Hammers and non-destructive engine and component testing?

The other day I was talking to one of my friends about non-destructive engine and component testing, and he told me about the tests they used to do in the locomotive industry. It was certainly a surprise. The conversation had been sparked by an email I sent about our shift to fluorescent MPI testing from the standard ultra-violet process (if you didn’t see that one, click here and read it), but Alan had experience of an earlier version known as...

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