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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: http://shop.hle.co.uk/ 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...

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  • Lidar helps uncover secrets of ancient Mayan road 26th February 2020
    Archaeologists have used lidar to reveal new information about a 100km stone Mayan road that linked the ancient cities of Cobá and Yaxuná. Built towards the end of the seventh century, Sacbe 1 – or White Road 1 – is covered in white plaster and stretches across Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. It’s believed to have been […]
  • AI wearable provides early warning of heart failure 26th February 2020
    Researchers in the US have developed wearable AI-enabled sensor technology that they claim could be used by doctors to remotely monitor heart patients and provide early warning of potential heart failure.   The group, which includes researchers from the University of Utah Health and VA Salt Lake City Health Care System, claims that the system […]
  • Flexible coils enhance MRI patient experience  26th February 2020
    Engineers at Purdue University have developed flexible radio-frequency coils that could improve the comfort of medical imaging procedures like MRIs.    MRI tests can be uncomfortable as rigid radio-frequency (RF) coils are often used. The Purdue team used a conductive silver-coated thread that was zigzag stitched onto stretchable sportswear to create a single-loop receive RF coil. […]
  • Charging ahead: delivering on the EV dream 26th February 2020
    An expert panel discusses the charging infrastructure innovations required to support the growing popularity of EVs With car makers and government on a mission to bring low-carbon motoring to the masses, the number of electric vehicles on the roads is set to increase rapidly. But is current charging infrastructure fit for purpose? And how will […]
  • Poll: Facial recognition technology in the UK 25th February 2020
    Met police chief Cressida Dick this week defended the force’s use of facial recognition in London. We want to know what our readers think of the technology in its current state. Speaking at the Royal United Services Institute (Rusi), Dick sought to dispel what she perceives as several myths regarding the facial recognition techniques used […]