Tag Archives: energy efficiency

Industrial Robots
Sixth in a series of articles describing NFPA’s actions focused on the development of a program within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that can fund and focus on energy efficiency improvements using fluid power technology. The envisioned program would be partly research-focused, helping to develop new energy efficient fluid power technologies, and partly education-focused,...

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Energy Efficient Hydraulics
Fifth in a series of articles describing NFPA’s actions focused on the development of a program within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that can fund and focus on energy efficiency improvements using fluid power technology. The envisioned program would be partly research-focused, helping to develop new energy efficient fluid power technologies, and partly education-focused,...

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Fourth in a series of articles describing NFPA’s actions focused on the development of a program within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that can fund and focus on energy efficiency improvements using fluid power technology. The envisioned program would be partly research-focused, helping to develop new energy efficient fluid power technologies, and partly education-focused,...

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CCEFP Annual Meeting
The NSF Center for Compact and Efficient Power (CCEFP) and Vanderbilt University will host the most innovative minds in fluid power at its upcoming Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tennessee, October 13- 15, 2014. Join the CCEFP to learn the latest in creative solutions to overcome both hydraulic and pneumatic technical challenges. Meet one-on-one with fluid...

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Innovation Awards
The NFPA Innovation Awards were developed by the NFPA Marketing Committee as an industry-wide promotion to recognize “new, emerging or interesting applications of fluid power that demonstrate fluid power’s competitive advantages.” The goal of the program continues to be to increase the visibility of fluid power. In 2014 we are opening up the award nomination process to the...

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Harvester
Third in a series of articles describing NFPA’s actions focused on the development of a program within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that can fund and focus on energy efficiency improvements using fluid power technology. The envisioned program would be partly research-focused, helping to develop new energy efficient fluid power technologies, and partly education-focused,...

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by Eric Lanke, CEO Second in a series of articles describing NFPA’s actions focused on the development of a program within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that can fund and focus on energy efficiency improvements using fluid power technology. The envisioned program would be partly research-focused, helping to develop new energy efficient fluid power...

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by Eric Lanke, CEO Did you know that NFPA has been engaging in a dialogue with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE)? You didn't? Well, I'm not surprised. After all, I haven't been writing very much about it. What's it all about, you ask? Well, at the highest level, it’s very simple. We would like...

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