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New Online Shop Launch

We are proud to announce the launch of the new Harrison Lubrication Engineering Online Shop (previously known as the Nipple Shop). To view the new shop please click HERE or visit: If you are looking to purchase any type of oil or grease lubrication product such as grease nipples, grease pumps, transfer equipment, oil pumps, nipple covers, gauges, tubing, adaptors or fittings then simply view our online shop and buy today. We have a huge stock lubrication products and we are one Read More...

New Website Launch

We are proud to announce the launch of the new Harrison Lubrication Engineering website. Please let us know what you think? If you are looking for centralised lubrication services or looking to purchase lubrication engineering equipment such as grease nipples, grease pumps, grease guns and tubing, simply give us a quick phone call, view our online shop or fill in our contact form. Read More...

RSS Industry News

  • Scifi Eye: The disturbing future of autonomous weapons 19th September 2017
    Scifi novelist Jon Wallace explores the unnerving future of warfare What exactly is it that we find so unnerving about the proliferation of autonomous weapon systems? Reporting on the 2017 International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, The Engineer quotes one robotics developer’s fears that “unlike other potential manifestations of AI [that] remain the realm of […]
  • This week’s poll: Are large electric vehicles practical? 19th September 2017
    The past seven days have thrown up some interesting developments for large electric vehicles, with the Tesla Semi truck getting its reveal date, as well as plans for a 45-ton electric dump truck announced. In this week’s poll, we’re asking our readers what they think about these early moves to electrify commercial vehicles, and if […]
  • Paper patch promises non-invasive monitoring for exercising diabetics 19th September 2017
    Researchers at the State University of New York in Binghamton, US have developed a self-powered paper patch that could enable diabetics to monitor their glucose levels during exercise. The disposable patch, which is able to measure glucose levels in a wearer’s sweat, offers potential advantages over existing invasive blood testing methods which are impractical to […]
  • Last week’s poll: Is biomass really renewable energy? 19th September 2017
    Engineer readers differ on whether biomass can be considered a renewable energy resource Last week’s poll proved inconclusive overall, with a wide spread of opinion and close results. Of the 577 readers responding to the poll, the largest group, 30 per cent, thought that the CO2 emitted from burning biomass took so long to be […]
  • Promoted content: Connected compressors and Industry 4.0 – from then to now 19th September 2017
    The term Internet of Things (IoT) has become ubiquitous in recent years and is now seemingly being applied to any instance in which a device is connected, communicative and data-driven; whether it is a smartphone, fridge freezer or car. However, it is arguably the manufacturing sector that stands to benefit the most, with the Industrial […]