2000 Series reels are equipped with manual and power rewind options, including a chain-drive crank or chain and sprocket powered by an electric, hydraulic, or compressed air motor.
This 4 foot long, 2 lamp fixture is UL listed Class 1 Division 2 Groups A, B, C, and D and is constructed with a non sparking aluminum housing for durability and light weight.
The four new meters—PRC10, 15, 20 and 30—offer plant and electrical technicians simplified controls to monitor and calibrate process systems easily for optimized operation, says the company.
The treads are available 12-inch deep in standard sizes up to 72 inches wide, in black with a raised diamond pattern.
This collection of relays was launched to better serve consumers application needs through ease of use, quality, price, and prompt availability, says the company.
The Dixie Industries Sixth Wheel Ratchet can permit the operator to use an ergonomically correct posture, utilizing body weight while reducing muscle exertion to reduce the risk of injuries.
LUDECA Inc. has announced the launch of a new company logo, slogan, and mission statement backed by the same fundamental values on which the company was built, ‘Keep It Running.’
Scissor Deck industrial maintenance platforms are connectable spring assisted manual lift platforms which connect into continuous platforms with safe work zone access up to 7.5 feet deck height.
The new split universal mounting kit version (“Split uKIT”) of the AEGIS® SGR Bearing Protection Ring protects the bearings of VFD-driven motors from electrical damage, according to the company.
Toyota Motor Corp. has settled with family members of two people killed in a sudden-acceleration crash in Utah as part of a lawsuit that was to go to court next month and serve as a test case for a group of hundreds more that are pending. Paul Van Alfen and Charlene Jones Lloyd were killed when their Camry slammed into a wall in 2010.
The troubles with Boeing's 787 Dreamliner are drawing an unwelcome spotlight for the Japanese maker of the powerful lithium-ion batteries that have become the focus of investigations into onboard fire risks. Kyoto, Japan-based GS Yuasa Corp. said it began working Thursday with investigators probing the cause of recent problems with the 787.
Researchers from the University of Michigan, Michigan State University and Wayne State University have been showing how their combined efforts have contributed to some of the technological advances on display at this week's Detroit auto show.
China's economy is finally rebounding from its deepest slump since the 2008 global crisis but the shaky recovery could be vulnerable to a new downturn in global trade. Growth rose to 7.9 percent in the three months ending in December, up from the previous quarter's 7.4 percent data showed Friday.
Sony Corp., the struggling Japanese electronics and entertainment company, is headed in the right direction although its comeback is not yet complete, its chief executive said Thursday. Kazuo Hirai told reporters that Sony is now more nimble and focused under his leadership which began nine months ago.
A Delaware firm best known for manufacturing NASA spacesuits is relocating a recently acquired subsidiary's manufacturing operations to Sussex County, with plans to bring 115 new jobs to Delaware. Gov. Jack Markell announced Thursday that ILC Dover will bring the manufacturing operations of Grayling Industries to a new plant near Seaford later this year.
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November U.S. manufacturing technology orders totaled $421.83 million according to AMT - The Association For Manufacturing Technology. This total, as reported by companies participating in the USMTO program, was down 11.0 percent from October and down 8.5 percent when compared with the total of $460.86 million reported for November 2011. With a year-to-date total of $5,212.17 million, 2012 was up 4.8 percent compared with 2011.
Airbus said it was confident it would not run into the same problems afflicting Boeing Co.'s Dreamliner, related to a type of battery both companies use, but lost the crown as the world's largest plane maker to its archrival despite record deliveries.
General Motors says it will invest $1.5 billion in its North American factories this year. North American President Mark Reuss (ROY-sss) announced the figure in a speech Wednesday night but gave no details. The company says specific plans and job numbers will come later.
Maybe it was the brand new, bright red Chevrolet Corvette gleaming in one corner, or the elegant BMW coupe in the other. But car companies were positively giddy this week as the North American International Auto Show opened in Detroit. They have reason to be. U.S. new car and truck sales reached a five-year high of 14.5M in 2012, and many analysts think they'll climb to 15.5M this year.