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Get In Your Bunker

June 7, 2010 7:22 am IMPO

Balluff (Florence, KY) has developed the BunderProx, a rugged, “self-bunkering” M18 inductive proximity sensor designed to survive longer in welding applications without external protection. The BunkerProx has a strong, thick housing that boosts the ability to withstand repeated mechanical impact, and also acts as an intermittent heat sink to shield the electronics from intense heat.

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Gas Goes Wireless

June 7, 2010 7:22 am

The Model DM-100 SmartWireless gas detection sensors from Detcon (The Woodlands, TX) are low-power devices designed to detect and continuously monitor a wide range of toxic gases. All sensors provide a 2-wire loop powered 4-20 milliamp current signal equivalent to the range of the detected concentration of gas.

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21st Century Filtration

June 3, 2010 9:36 am

Custom Service & Design, Inc. (Auburn Mills, MI) offers a line of filtration products and solutions through its standard vessel line, which includes standard bags, pleated bags, stainless steel strainers, baskets, and elements. The OEM/07A Bag Vessel design is unique to the company, and offers good fluid flow and low velocities, not to mention a basket seat that ensures a proper fit for virtually any industry-standard filter bag.

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Lower Your Energy Bills

June 3, 2010 9:35 am IMPO

The SmartBanks from Maysteel (Menomonee Falls, WI) for Low Voltage Power Factor Correction provide energy efficiency and savings by eliminating KVA and KVAR peaks that drive up energy bills. They can be used near motors, transformers, inductive heating, and arc welding generators.

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No Humidity Here

June 3, 2010 9:34 am

The AMD-035 SuperStar Membrane Dryer from LA-MAN Corporation (Mazeppa, MN) provides clean and dry compressed air designed with the automotive industry in mind, but can be used wherever refrigerated dryers may be too large. The dryer lowers the dew point by continuously removing water vapor, with drops up to 20°F, making it ideal for spray booth applications.

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Laptops 'See' Into Drains

June 3, 2010 9:33 am

RIDGID (Elyria, OH) introduces the SeeSnake LT1000 laptop interface, which provides a flexible way to digitally record, monitor, and manage drain footage when paired with a RIDGID SeeSnake reel and the SeeSnake HQ software suite. The laptop interface allows users to complete tasks without transferring data between field devices and a PC, which reduces the overall time spent on the task.

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The Slower, The Better

June 3, 2010 7:00 am

The High Volume Low Speed (HVLS) fans from Kelley Company (Carrollton, TX) can move a large column of air slowly, creating a horizontal floor jet that consistently circulates air in large spaces. This allows facilities to raise thermostats in the summer without sacrificing worker comfort, and can help contribute to LEED Certification credits.

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Concrete-Tough, Temperature-Resistant

June 3, 2010 6:59 am

CASS Polymers (Oklahoma City, OK) offer the PolyMax Industrial Plant Floor Systems, which are able to withstand extreme temperature changes and thermal shock, with a similar coefficient of expansion compared to concrete. The system is available in slip-resistant profile for wet environments, and is installed in 3/16” or greater thicknesses.

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A Guide To Metal Bumping

June 3, 2010 6:59 am

A new edition of “The Key to Metal Bumping” is now available from Martin Tool & Forge (Fort Worth, TX). The book has been used since its first edition, published in 1939, as a work of reference in technical schools and professional shops. By maintaining close relationships with professionals in the field, Martin Tool & Forge has developed new technologies and updates to its long-running publication.

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Get Partitioned

June 3, 2010 6:58 am IMPO

Wireway Husky Corp. (Denver, NC) has developed a modular, welded wire partition system that is easy to install in a wide range of storage and machinery applications. The EZ-Matrix Wire Partition System features an 8-gauge 2” square welded wire mesh modular construction.

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Emergency? Take A Shower

June 1, 2010 7:16 am IMPO

HEMCO (Independence, MO) now offers the Emergency Shower Booth for compliance with OSHA requirements. The unit is capable of immediately drenching personnel that have been exposed to hazardous chemicals, and is ideal for industrial environments. The unit is equipped with a pull rod activated shower and push handle eye/face wash for quick rinsing of the eyes, face, and body.

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Count On Your Wrenches

June 1, 2010 7:16 am

The KeyDisc Holder from Count On Tools, Inc. (Gainesville, GA)  keeps key L-wrenches readily available for every situation. With a new design, the KeyDisc holder can be rotated around to lock the tools in place for transporting the tool set. To use the tools, simply rotate the disc clockwise as far as it will go, and remove the keys by twisting the L-wrench forward.

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Fasteners Ready For Anything

June 1, 2010 7:14 am

Misumi USA, Inc. (Schaumburg, IL) introduces a new product family of 316 stainless steel screws, nuts, and washers. The fastening products are manufactured to precise specifications to be used with machinery and automated systems in settings where sanitation standards are stringent and frequent washdowns are required — such as the food, beverage, chemical, medical, and pharmaceutical industries.

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Crimping Made Easy

June 1, 2010 7:14 am

Thomas & Betts (Memphis, TN) has announced the Color-Keyed HEX-FLEX crimping dies to provide an inspectable, high-performance crimp on flex-conductor cables. The dies create a hex-style crimp on the top of the connector, and an indent crimp in the bottom for superior pull-out resistance.

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Manipulate Anything

May 28, 2010 10:08 am

The Mobulator AC from Advanced Manipulator Specialists, Inc. (Hoffman, MN) uses a clean, energy-efficient AC motor and control technology, making your material handling more flexible, according to the company. The elimination of tracking, rails, and floor-mounted bases frees floor space and allows one machine to replace multiple material handling stations.

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Portable Light On Your Cuff

May 28, 2010 10:07 am IMPO

Bossco International (San Diego, CA) has made their HI:BEAM Cuff Lite portable light available in a number of new colors, bringing the full range to options in gray/gray, light gray/gray, camo/gray, blue/gray, black/gray, and red/gray. The light features elastic loops to pull over work gloves, making them ideal for mechanics and other industrial technicians.

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Industrial-Sized Fans

May 28, 2010 10:06 am

The LS Industrial Fans from AIRLANCO (Falls City, NE) can handle heavy-duty dust loads or coarse materials safely and efficiently with convenient service access. The fans can serve as components in dust collection or cyclone systems, and range from 1,000 to 100,000 cfm.

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Be A Material Handling Pilot

May 28, 2010 10:06 am

Konecranes, Inc. (Springfield, OH) introduces the DynAPilot sway control system, which is designed to improve load control for all makes and models of overhead lifting equipment. The DynAPilot can be integrated into the bridge or trolley inverter of a crane to provide controlled operation for loads of all types and sizes.

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Where The Wind Blows

May 27, 2010 7:24 am

Degree Controls, Inc. (Milford, NH) has developed the AccuSense F333 air velocity sensor for embedded applications. The sensor is manufactured with a RoHS-compliant, rugged construction, and is aimed at ducting applications, fume hoods, and more. The F333 provides air velocity measurements within the range of 0.

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Get Custom Plastic

May 27, 2010 7:23 am

Custom-engineered plastic components that can be machined and drilled to customer specification are now available from Interstate Specialty Products, Inc. (Sutton, MA). The components can be made from a wide range of materials, including rubber and virtually all thermoplastics, between 0.

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