Press Releases

Blueair Globe Magazine Takes To The Workplaces & Streets of Chicago, USA, & Delhi, India

Jul 05, 2015 11:45 GMT Blueair AB The new edition of the quarterly Blueair Globe magazine is now available in print and online bringing readers Blueair news and updates on indoor and outdoor air pollution issues touching health and wellness from around the world. The latest issue includes how one Chicago company has boosted workplace productivity by harnessing Blueair air purifiers to enable staff to breathe cleaner air.

Toshiba to Carry Out Five Year Demonstration Project to Establish Low-Carbon Hydrogen Supply Chain in Kushiro, Hokkaido— Project adopted by Ministry of the Environment, Japan,Low-Carbon Hydrogen Supply Chain Demonstration Project —

Jul 03, 2015 08:38 GMT Toshiba Corporation Toshiba Corporation will take the lead in a demonstration project in Hokkaido that will establish the viability of a locally-based supply chain to support low-carbon, hydrogen power systems for small communities. This project will cover the generation, storage, transportation and use of hydrogen in power and heat generation for five years from 2015 to 2019.

The Industry’s First AC/DC Converter Control IC for SiC Drive -- Enables SiC MOSFET drive to achieve greater energy savings and miniaturization in industrial applications

Jul 02, 2015 14:00 GMT ROHM Co., Ltd. ROHM announced the development of an AC/DC converter control IC designed specifically for SiC MOSFET drive. In recent years there has been an increasing trend to conserve energy in all areas. SiC power semiconductors are expected to gain ground over silicon solutions due to their higher voltage capability, greater energy savings, and more compact form factor.

Small Robot Developed to Investigate Interior of Primary Containment Vessel of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Unit 2

Jun 30, 2015 06:06 GMT Toshiba Corporation Toshiba Corporation today announced that the company and the International Research Institute for Nuclear Decommissioning (IRID) have developed a small robot to investigate the interior of the primary containment vessel (PCV) of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station Unit 2. Training of robot operators will begin in July, with the aim of deployment on site by the end of August .

Tapflo introduces FTA Filter units to offer complete range of Galvanic & Surface Treatment industry solutions.

Jun 29, 2015 12:50 GMT Tapflo Group Standard FTA Filter is delivered with Tapflo Centrifugal Magdrive CTM series pump, that provides safe and leakage free operation. Depending on the unit size FTA filters are available with 1, 3 or 7 twenty inch (20”) polypropylene filter cartridges available in standard porosities of 50, 20, 10 and 1 μm.

New Centrifugal magnetic drive pump for handling of hazardous fluids from Tapflo.

Jun 25, 2015 12:49 GMT Tapflo Group Tapflo CTM horizontal centrifugal pumps are pumps of centrifugal type where the power from the motor is transmitted to the centrifugal impeller by means of a magnetic coupling. CTM pumps are designed and manufactured for chemical transfer and circulation surface treatment industries. Now Tapflo introduces the biggest CTM pump in range

Jun 23, 2015 16:10 GMT PEMA - Port Equipment Manufacturers Association New members bring expertise in container spreaders and lifting frames to international port equipment and technology association

Jun 23, 2015 07:27 GMT Toshiba Corporation Toshiba Group member and world leader in smart metering Landis+Gyr has won a major order to supply a megawatt-class battery energy storage system to Helen Ltd., a major energy utility operating in the capital of Finland. The BESS, the first in any Nordic country, will start operation in Helsinki in spring 2016.

Jun 22, 2015 15:06 GMT PEMA - Port Equipment Manufacturers Association Students from the University of Hamburg were crowned champions of the 3rd PEMA Student Challenge, held by the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association on 10 June at TOC Europe 2015 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Commencement of Verification Testing of Quantum Cryptographic Communication System that Theoretically Cannot be Tapped

Jun 18, 2015 05:08 GMT Toshiba Corporation Toshiba will start verification testing of the transmission of genome analysis data using quantum cryptography that is theoretically completely secure from tapping. Testing will start on August 31 and will be the first use of quantum cryptographic communication system using actual data in Japan.