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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...

RSS Industry News

  • Vodafone and AT&T get IoT on the road with car-to-car comms 26th March 2019
    Technologies to allow cars to more easily communicate with each other and the world around them will be developed as part of an alliance between AT&T and Vodafone Business. The companies have announced they will work together to accelerate the development and use of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity within the automotive industry. As part […]
  • A real step towards the virtual holodeck 26th March 2019
    Turkish physicists use fundamental maths to solve a long-standing conundrum in the development of holographic projection The Holodeck was a major feature of many episodes of Star Trek: the Next Generation. The 23rd century Starship Enterprise (NCC 1701D to its fans) had an entertainment feature that allowed its crew to enter fully convincing three dimensional […]
  • New sensor pinpoints imminent failure in electrical devices 25th March 2019
    A sensor developed at MIT monitors all electric devices in a given area to determine which ones are in use and whether they are set for imminent failure. In tests on board a ship, the system pinpointed a motor with burnt-out wiring that could have led to an onboard fire. The new sensor, whose readings […]
  • Low-cost ankle exoskeleton boosts leg strength discretely 25th March 2019
    Engineers at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, have devised an unpowered, low-cost ankle exoskeleton that can be worn under clothing, enhancing lower leg strength discretely. Weighing in under half a kilogram, the device consists of a friction clutch that sits under the sole of the foot, connected to an assistive spring and a soft shank […]
  • 4D printed metamaterials take shape for morphing wings 25th March 2019
    Engineers in the US have created 4D printed materials with potential applications in morphing aircraft wings, soft robotics and tiny implantable biomedical devices. 4D printing is based on additive manufacturing technology, but uses special materials and sophisticated designs to print objects that change shape with environmental conditions such as temperature acting as a trigger, said […]