Farr Air Pollution Control (APC, Jonesboro, AR) introduces an updated portable dust and fume collector that combines three-stage filtration with versatility. The Zephyr® III collector comes with a choice of three main filters, and is ideal for welding fumes, grinding dusts, or soldering fumes.
The FL3100H UV/IR and FL3101H UV Flame Detectors from General Monitors (Lake Forest, CA) are now compatible with the HART communication protocol. The flame detectors are designed to detect fires over a wide field of view and provide alarm outputs directly. The FL3100H uses both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges, making it resistant to false alarms caused by lightning or arc welding.
MTU Onsite Energy (Mankato, MN) has developed a new MTU diesel-powered generator set, covering a range of 250 to 3,250 kW. The Series 1600 engine is new for MTU, and is the smallest the company produces, yet it combines reliability, high power density, and fuel efficiency.
The Traceable Light Meter Pen from Control Company (Friendswood, TX) reads from 0 to 1,860 foot-candles with a resolution of .01, and from 0 to 20,000 Lux with a resolution of 1. Tough ABS plastic housing, an O-ring seal, and membrane keypad help keep dirt and dust out, which makes the product ideal in harsh plant environments.
Flamesafe Workwear (Caulfield, Victoria, Australia) has released the Flamesafe Maxisoft FR Cotton apparel range, which includes undergarments, polo shirts, T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoods, gloves, jackets, and more. All products meet and exceed international safety performance standards, according to the company.
ProSoft Technology (Bakersfield, CA) has announced the release of the RadioLinx Intelligent Cellular solution, designed to provide global wireless connectivity for industrial devices. The RadioLinx gateways utilize the existing cellular infrastructure to connect devices across geographically diverse locations, and can connect devices through the Internet.
The Style 177 QuickVic Flexible Coupling from Victaulic (Easton, PA) offers a flame-free pipe joining solution that reduces installation time and cost. The new coupling is an extension of the patented installation-ready line, and with no loose parts and no requirement to disassemble before installation, this line provides a competitive edge.
The B-Series Belt Skimmer line from Zebra Skimmers Corp. (Cleveland, OH) has been expanded to include a wider belt for heavier oil load applications for customers with large surface area sumps or central tank applications. Additional features include: A rugged, heavy-duty steel construction.
Athena Controls, Inc. (Plymouth Meeting, PA) has announced the availability of their new line of Foundation series of customizable modular control products. The Foundation series offers virtually limitless heat and/or cool control possibilities in a small package. The basic control board can handle everything from simple multi-loop PID control to more complex custom “state machine” control using a large flash code and RAM memory.
Master Bond (Hackensack, NJ) has developed the EP46HT-1, which extends the limits of epoxy adhesive/sealant formulations, according to the company. It can operate in temperatures from -100°F to 550°F and intermittent exposures up to 600°F. In addition, the epoxy has been designed to withstand repeated thermal cycling.
The Newton line of precision balances from Gardco (Pompano Beach, FL) feature ten different capacities over a broad range of applications: 120g, 210g, 310g, 410g, 610g, 1500g, 2100g, 3100g, 4100g, and 6100g, all with 0.1g resolution. The 16mm LCD display has an amber backlight for easy viewing.
Rollprint Packaging Products Inc. (Addison, IL) announces the launch of a high-performance, 100 percent polyester lidding alternative for medical, pharmaceutical, and food processing applications. The SteamOne uses are much as 50 percent less material and helps companies meet recycling objectives.
The Instapak TempGuard Cold Chain Packaging system from Sealed Air (Danbury, CT) has been designed to keep temperature-sensitive products safe during shipment. The Instapak polyurethane foam performs better than expanded polystyrene, according to the company, allowing customers to choose more cost-effective solutions than overnight priority shipping.
Label-Aire (Fullerton, CA) has launched the Inline Series 5100 Vacuum Wrap Front/Back label system, which was designed to accurately apply both front and back labels to round bottles without the need for a second applicator. The 5100 labeler features a vacuumized wrap transport belt using a single Label-Aire 3015-ND Wipe-ON label applicator.
The new SVI Vertical Bagger from Bosch Packaging Technology (Waiblingen, Germany) is ideal for a wide range of food and non-food application due to its versatile operation. The SVI machines can produce bags with a corner seal and doy style bags with optional zippers, with simple additions and changes.
Tripp Lite (Chicago, IL) has developed its latest line of SmartOnline 3-Phase UPS systems incorporate an economy mode function, which yields an efficiency rating of up to 97 percent, according to the company. The economy mode reduces operating costs through lower heat output and lessens cooling requirements.
The new NF600 self-priming diaphragm pump from KNF (Trenton, NJ) has been designed for dosing or transferring liquids and incorporates a four-diaphragm technology to promote smoother and continuous flow, quiet-running performance, and maximized efficiency, according to the company.
The NITRA line of pneumatics from AutomationDirect (Cumming, GA) now includes the CPS series of pneumatic position switches to offer a robust interface between acutators and electrical control systems. The solid-state switches are available in 3-wire DC PNP, NPN normally open, or PNP normally closed configurations.
Master Appliance Corp. (Racine, WI) introduces its now UL-certified Model PH-1400 Proheat LCD Dial-In Heat Gun, featuring controls for digitally displayed temperatures from 130°F to 1000°F in 10°F increments. The heat gun is compact and ergonomically designed for balance and grip with top-mounted, dial-in controls for easy temperature and air flow adjustment.
The FMA-4100/4300 series flow rate meter from Omega Engineering (Stamford, CT) can display 23 different volumetric flow or mass flow engineering units, including a user-specific selection. The flowmeters support a programmable flow totalizer in addition to high- and low-flow alarms.