COE Press Equipment (Sterling Heights, MI) has upgraded its ServoMaster Series Roll Feeds with the new ServoMaster 3 Controller based on an integrated Yaskawa MP940 servo drive and motion control package. Other benefits of the ServoMaster 3 include a 500-job memory function, S-curve acceleration for improved accuracy, and 24 I/O ports.
Balluff (Florence, KY) is now offering its mid-sized block style photoelectric sensor, the BOS 23K, which features the conventional sensing modes of diffuse, retro-reflective, and thru-beam. In addition, the BOS 23K also includes background suppression sensors. Other features include: Long sensing ranges for extended sensing ability.
Advance Lifts, Inc. (Winnebago, IL) announces the Instant Dock 6568 as the newest addition to its complete line of dock lifts. The new system uses all tubular legs for maximum rigidity, and also offers stainless steel, galvanized, FDA epoxy, and enamel finishes to fit the customer’s needs.
The Saflex 3000 from NLB Corp. (Wixom, MI) is a semi-automated water jet system that cleans tube bundles more productively than manual methods and has wireless remote controls that let the operator stand clear of the action. The system can clean three tubes at once, on both the in and out stroke.
Herkules Equipment Corporation (Walled Lake, MI) has designed and built a new Scissor lift Table that tilts and rotates, which was requested for an application that raises, spins, and tilts large containers during the production process to improve ergonomic conditions for workers.
Henkel Corporation (Rocky Hill, CT) has introduced two new Loctite threadlockers formulated to withstand consistent operating temperatures up to 360°F. The new products tolerate the oils and lubricants typically found on “as received” threaded fasteners, and will also cure on plated, aluminum, stainless, and chromated fasteners without primers.
Van Air Systems (Lake City, PA) now offers the Prep40, a complete package in portable compressed air drying. All Prep40 models are designed for applications needing mobility and dew points down to -40 or -100°F. Typical applications include pipeline drying or critical sandblast and painting operations.
The Bondhus Corporation (Monticello, MN) introduces a full line of high quality insulated tools through its German marketing partner, FELO. The screwdrivers, bit drivers, and pliers are tested and certified to comply with all critical safety standards, including insulation safety testing at 10,000 volts.
The Baghouse controller from FilterSense (Beverly, MA) features DeviceNet communications for integration with Allen-Bradley PLCs. The B-PAC series of Baghouse analyzers and controllers feature advanced intelligence, such as the ability to instantly detect and locate failed solenoids and filter leaks.
TURCK (Minneapolis, MN) introduces the new LI-Q25 series linear position sensors, which replace magnetostrictive and potentiometer devices to deliver precise measurements in metal processors, rolling mills, or injection molding machines. The LI-Q25 sensors do not require a magnetic positioning device, so they are unaffected by metal debris.
RIDGID (Orlando, FL) has launched RIDGIDConnect, an online business tool designed for service professionals to securely share and store job site information via a computer, laptop, or smart phone. The online suite can store job site photos or videos, job reports, maintenance records, customer lists, and other files needed for recordkeeping.
LORD Corporation (Cary, NC) has produced a new aqueous primer and covercoat adhesive for bonding during vulcanization to metal, the Chemlok 8212, which is designed for use with the Chemlok 8008 Primer. The primer increases environmental resistance for the bonded assembly and adhesion to the substrate—LORD’s bonding solution works on cold rolled steel, phosphatized steel, and aluminum.
The ED210 TIME CLOCK from Computerwise, Inc. (Olathe, KS) is a large format, wall-mounted digital time display with 4” high digits. The self-contained time-of-day clock can be periodically synchronized with a designated SNTP time server located on your local network.
RIDG-U-RAK (North East, PA) introduces a turnkey rack repair solution for damaged frames and columns, which are designed to fit any manufacturer’s rack system. The repair kits are available in straight leg, slant back, and set-back designs. Features of the repair kits include: Heavy-duty horizontal and diagonal bracing, with a full length heavy-gauge rear channel, offering complete and rigid engagement with the rear column.
Fabco-Air (Gainsville, FL) now offers 3 new styles of cylinders with all exposed surfaces made of stainless steel. The new styles include: The Pancake, a round, compact cylinder that has a uni-body construction and a smooth outside surface that doesn't trap wash down solution or allow bacteria growth.
The SZ Acoustic Curtain Walls from Zoneworks (Milwaukee, WI) can make reducing excessive noise within an industrial facility easy and affordable. The walls reduce noise levels inside buildings by up to 22-25 decibels, making a space approximately four times quieter than it would be without them.
Soy Technologies (Nicholasville, KY) introduces the SoyGreen MultiPack, a specially-packed case of cleaning products designed for cleaning the varied surfaces of industrial facilities. The soy-based products are environmentally-safe, VOC-compliant, and contain no alcohol or other petrochemicals.
Stanley Proto (Conyers, GA) has expanded its lineup of Dial Electronic Wrenches with seven new SKU’s, bringing the total to nine sizes to choose from. The wrenches have torque ranges from 7.5 in-lbs. to 2000 ft-lbs., so there is a solution regardless of the maintenance issue.
The HygroLog NL-HT data logger from Rotronic USA (Hauppauge, NY) uses HygroClip2 sensors and the AirChip3000 to record many different physical parameters while meeting all requirements for FDA, CFR Part 11, and GAMP compliance. The HydroLog is ideal for applications in which long-term recording of humidity and temperature is critical, according to the company, such as pharmaceutical, food, and electronics manufacturers.
The HEPC Series of emergency power controls from High-Lites (Wallingford, CT) adapt locally switched lighting fixtures for operation during power interruptions, with a design that bypasses the local switch. HEPC power controls also save energy by eliminate the need for night-light circuits.