News

December 1st, 2017

ComAp have released their latest list of obsoleted products that comes into effect January 2018. Please see the list below: Product: Order Code: Replacement: IGL-RA15 (order code: IGL-RA15) IGL-RA15…

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November 29th, 2017

The Black Country Chamber of Commerce awards, held at Dunstall Park on November 17th celebrated the best businesses that the Black Country has to offer. IPU are extremely proud to announce that we…

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November 21st, 2017

Bill Shaw joins IPU as Business Development for the Engine Starting Division, to be based in Aberdeen. Bill has almost 4 decades of experience in this challenging industry and so has built up a…

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ComAp WebSupervisor
October 19th, 2017

There are important changes coming to ComAp’s cloud-based software, WebSupervisor (WSV). As you may have seen, ComAp have recently released WebSupervisor 4.0. ComAp will therefore be…

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August 14th, 2017

Pole slip is a phenomenon caused by low excitation, a faulty regulator or abrupt changes of load within the mains. For a quick explanation, watch the short animation from ComAp below. It can cause…

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oillife
August 4th, 2017

We sat down with IPU’s Oil Conditioning Divisional Director and asked him our most frequently asked questions about our OilLife (OL) technology. How does OilLife work? Contaminated oil, with…

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G59/3.1 updates
July 31st, 2017

G59/3.1 updates require that RoCoF protection is now set to 1.0Hz/s with a measurement period of 3 cycles and a time delay of 500ms. This update prohibits the previous practice of setting the time…

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Wax in Diesel
July 26th, 2017

All modern diesel contains wax because of its high cetane value. However, watch what happens when we put a sample of fuel in cold water...

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July 24th, 2017

IPU Group has acquired the Fuel Conditioning division of Nottingham-based Filtertechnik Ltd. Click here for full details...

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Ask the Experts: worst fuel
July 19th, 2017

We ask one of our fuel experts: “What’s the dirtiest fuel you’ve come across?” Find out the answer here.

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