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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

  • Electrolysis advance points to hydrogen storage 27th May 2020
    Hydrogen’s role as a storage medium for excess renewable energy could move a step closer with materials that improve the efficiency and affordability of electrolysis, claim a team at Duke University. Ben Wiley, a professor of chemistry at Duke University, North Carolina and his team recently tested three new materials that might be used as […]
  • EDF submits Sizewell C planning application 27th May 2020
    EDF has submitted its application to build Sizewell C nuclear power station on the north east coast of Suffolk. If built, the power station’s two reactors would help to generate seven per cent of the UK’s electricity. EDF begins public consultation for new Sizewell nuclear plant Sizewell C managing director Humphrey Cadoux-Hudson CBE said the […]
  • Butterfly landmines mapped by drones and machine learning 27th May 2020
    IEDs and so-called butterfly landmines could be detected over wide areas using drones and advanced machine learning, according to research from Binghamton University, State University at New York. The team had previously developed a method that allowed for the accurate detection of butterfly landmines using low-cost commercial drones equipped with infrared cameras. EPSRC-funded project takes dual […]
  • Graduate apprentice trains mountain rescue dogs during lockdown 27th May 2020
    Covid-19 has has put Edinburgh into lockdown but that hasn’t stopped graduate apprentice Ross Pringle from finding a way to make a contribution by training mountain rescue dogs in his spare time. Ross decided to pursue a graduate apprenticeship at Leonardo after learning that the company supplies radars for search and rescue missions to customers […]
  • McLaren announce 1,200 redundancies 26th May 2020
    Around 1,200 positions are being made redundant at McLaren due to the ongoing impact of Covid-19 and the new Formula 1 cost cap to be introduced in 2021. The proposed restructuring will see positions go across the McLaren Group’s Applied, Automotive, and Racing businesses, as well as support and back office functions. READ MORE ABOUT […]