The first of your July issues of Industrial Technology EXTRA

Issue 14 of Industrial Technology EXTRA! - our interactive electronic supplement to the printed edition of Industrial Technology - is out today. You can view the PDF here, the flip-page magazine, or download the tablet version on the Industrial Technology app. Contents include:

  • Variable speed drives: Drives achieve an iFLY high
  • Food and beverage: Chain installed on ice cream palletisers is sweet success
  • Sensors: Sick SensorApps help people to keep their distance
  • Sensors: Vaisala heads to Mars onboard NASA's Perseverance rover
  • Fasteners: The dangers of 'internet specification' of threaded fasteners

With a mix of interesting case studies and thought provoking technology articles, Industrial Technology EXTRA! provides you with additional resources while you’re away from the regular workplace.

Optimised for viewing on screen, the magazine can be viewed in PDF format, on our flip-page magazine library, and is available via the Industrial Technology app. You can download the Industrial Technology app both from the Apple App Store (for iPad) and from Google Play (for Android devices).

As well as comprehensive links within each article, the various adverts are also zonally interactive, with links for web addresses, email links, location maps, social media content, and different product groups.

A new issue of Industrial Technology EXTRA! is published every Monday.

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