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Magnetic Particle Separator

September 25, 2009 9:44 am

Bunting Magnetics Co. (Newton, KS) has recently added a redesigned RotoGrate Magnetic Separator to its product line. The RotoGrate is ideal for products with poor flow characteristics and features a powerful motorized grate magnet which will remove ferrous metals from powders and granular products.

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The Medusa Of Smoke Detectors

September 25, 2009 9:41 am

The Fireray 5000 optical beam smoke detector from Fire Fighting Enterprises (FFE, Corinth, TX) delivers a wide area coverage, ideal for large indoor spaces like manufacturing facilities. When utilizing the new Multi Head System, the Fireray 5000 becomes the first UL/ULC-listed, motorized, self-correcting beam smoke detector that allows up to four detectors installed into a single system.

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Professional Splicing Kit

September 25, 2009 9:40 am

PAPCO Industries (Northvale, NJ) is now offering an array of splicing products and tools for making emergency repairs on non-metallic expansion joints, which can be purchased individually or as a part of a professional kit. The professional splicing kit includes the following: splicing iron (P38), stapler, spray adhesive, PFA splice film, spare fuses, a splice rubbing block, and more.

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SCADA-Supporting Flow Meter

September 25, 2009 5:48 am

The Model ML04 Water Specialties Propeller Flow Meter from McCrometer (Hemet, CA) is now available with an optional transmitter that supports 4-20 mA output in support of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems. The ML04 is a steel-flanged end tube meter with a measurement accuracy of ±2 percent while measuring liquid flow from 40 to 35,000 gpm.

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Automatic Beam Drilling

September 25, 2009 5:46 am

Nitto Kohki (Hanover Park, IL) has introduced its Atra Ace Automatic Drill, a solution for medium-volume and irregularly-shaped beam drilling. The Atra Ace enables fabricators to drill holes in steel in applications unsuitable for a CNC beam drill line. The Atra Ace also allows operators to bring the drill to the beam, rather than the beam to the drilling line for processing.

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Thorough Fluid Analysis

September 25, 2009 3:54 am

caption Fluid Rx (Lincoln Gardens, NJ) has packaged its on-the-spot analysis technology into a easy to read kit designed to show the customer the extact conditions of their vehicle’s operating fluids. The Fluid Rx Underhood Fluid Evaluation pack provides service personnel with on-the-spot evaluation of brake, power steering, transmission, and transfer case fluids, and the results are shown on a single, convenient card.

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Customized, Durable Topcoats

September 23, 2009 3:11 am

Sherwin-Williams (Cleveland, OH) announces two breathable, low-odor, waterborne polyurethane floor topcoats containing less than 50 g/L of volatile organic compounds. The GP 4408/4409 topcoats can be used over concree or other existing coatins — anywhere a durable gloss or satin finish is desired.

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Oil-Resistant, High-Strength Epoxy

September 23, 2009 3:05 am IMPO

3M (St. Paul, MN) introduces its latest technology in structural adhesives, the 3M Scotch-Weld Toughened Epoxy Adhesive DP920, designed for metal-to-mtal bonding in a variety of applications. DP920 cuts through surface oil on surfaces, reducing the amount of cleaning necessary before application of adhesive, and cures at room temperature.

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High-Performance Doors

September 23, 2009 3:01 am

  Hörmann Flexon (Montgomery, IL) announces the release of a brochure for its line of high-performance facility doors. The two-page, at-a-glance brochure was designed to provide general information about the entire lineup from Hörmann Flexon. For more information, or to see the brochure for yourself, visit www.

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High-Grip Pull Caps

September 21, 2009 11:45 am IMPO

Caplugs (Buffalo, NY) introduces the new VFT series of vinyl pull-caps, with a textured finish at the top to enable better gripping to save time and effort in the field. According to the company, hands, gloves, and even automated machinery can grip the VFT series up to 80 percent better than traditional caps.

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Low Capacitance Cables

September 21, 2009 11:45 am

Belden (Richmond, IN) has expanded its line of low capacitance DataBus cables, which consists of PLTC/ITC-ER, PLTC, and TC-ER versions that are specifically designed to meet Fieldbus specification 61158.2. DataBus cables offer a robust electrical design and robust construction to ensure reliable performance, while providing flexibility in industrial environments, including outdoor installations.

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Inexpensive Thermal Imaging

September 21, 2009 11:44 am

FLIR Systems (Billerica, MA) has unveiled the FLIR i7 thermal imaging camera, which couples RESNET-compliant 120x120 pixel infrared resolution with 2 percent accuracy and 0.1°C sensitivity. Designed for electrical, HVAC, mechanical, and energy-audit problems, the FLIR i7 reveals abnormal temperature readings with crisp images on a 2.

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Versatile PLCs

September 21, 2009 11:43 am

The CLICK PLC from AutomationDirect (Cumming, GA) is the latest family of programmable controllers designed as stackable discrete modules for first-time PLC customers as well as experienced users. The product is engineered with a multitude of built-in and stackable I/O options.

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Don't Get Diverted

September 21, 2009 8:09 am

Vortex Valves (Salina, KS) has introduced its new Quantum Series 4-Way Wye Line Diverter, designed to handle dry bulk solids in pneumatic conveying systems with vacuum or positive pressures of to 15 psig. The Quantum is available in 2” to 6” pipe or tube, which can direct material from one source to four destinations, or converge four sources to one destination.

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Cycle Closing And Withstand Tested

September 21, 2009 8:08 am

The new RTS Series transfer switches from Russelectric (Hingham, MA) are listed for 30-cycle closing and withstand ratings based on testing per UL standard 1008. These switches simplify selective coordination of overcurrent/short circuit devices in emergency and backup power systems.

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Training For Welders

September 21, 2009 8:07 am IMPO

American Technical Publishers (Orland Park, IL) announces new training materials specifically designed for welders and students working with all types of welding processes. Now in its fourth edition, Welding Skills addresses all aspects of the latest welding technology, including the competencies recommended in the American Welding Society (AWS) guidelines.

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Clear Your Vision

September 21, 2009 8:06 am

Cognex (Natick, MA) has enhanced its VisionView operator interface with new features that enable more detailed visualization of parts and easier storage of failed images. The VisionView interface integrates with Cognex In-Sight vision systems, and version 1.2 of the interface adds panning and zooming capabilities.

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Energy Awareness

September 17, 2009 6:23 am IMPO

Coastal Training Technologies (Virginia Beach, VA) and DuPont Safety Resources have collaborated to produce a new training DVD, titled Energy Smart , which helps promote general energy awareness. A 7-day preview is free, and the video will soon be released in Coastal’s ClarityNet online courseware.

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Be In Sync

September 17, 2009 6:22 am

The TML_LIB_X20 motion control library from Technosoft (Cincinnati, OH) is a collection of high-level functions and blocks allowing the control of a Technosoft intelligent drive from a B&R PLC. With the TML_LIB functions, customers can control drives individually or grouped by sending commands for simple, complex, or synchronized moves.

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Score-less Pipe Cutting

September 17, 2009 6:22 am

The RIDGID (Elyria, OH) Press Snap soil pipe cutter expands the original RIDGID line of press tools by providing an easy way to cut cast iron soil pipe. The Press Snap eliminates the need for manual ratcheting when connected to a RIDGID press tool, and there is no need to score the pipe beforehand.

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