LPS Laboratories (Tucker, GA) introduces the G-49 Orange Degreaser with a low volatile organic compound (VOC) content. G-49 conforms to the VOC regulations of CARB, OTC< and LADCO. G-49 is ideal for cleaning equipment, whether it is afflicted with grease, grime, or oil, and is an excellent alternative to methyl ethyl ketone.
Wilcoxon (Germantown, MD) had added three new accelerometers with M12 connectors to its product line of vibration sensors and sensor networks. The M12 connector is an established protocol throughout the world, and several M12-compatible assemblies are now available.
Tingue, Brown & Co. (Saddle Brooke, NJ) introduces a new line of casters for carts, trucks, and containers, offered as replacements for failed OEM components. The line provides up to 675 pounds of weight-bearing capacity per caster — ideal for facilities where casters often fail under heavy loads with carts remain intact.
Vent-A-Kiln (Buffalo, NY) has developed the Portable Fume Exhauster (Model PFE), an efficient solution for removing and ventilating fumes produced by welding, brazing, soldering, and plasma cutting. The Model PFE is a mobile version of the wall-mounted Model FE, and yet is a complete, self-contained unit which can be wheeled into any location.
Cleaver-Books (Milwaukee, WI) introduces SysteMAX, a microprocessor-based wireless control for boiler rooms. SysteMAX uses 64 I/O points for controlling multiple boilers, pumps, and dampers while matching system load. Also, the control can adjust boiler sequencing and firing rate based on real-time variances from outdoor temperature, supply/return temperatures, and flow.
Binmaster (Lincoln, NE) has developed its SmartBob C-50 Analog Expansion Console, which enables monitoring of multiple bins equipped with SmartBob2 or SmartBob-TS1 sensors from a single C-100 console. The C-50 is the latest addition to Binmaster’s cable-based inventory tracking system, which is designed to measure the level of powders, ganules, pellets, and dry bulk solids, in addition to liquids.
Balluff (Florence, KY) has developed a new direct metal-mount RFID system, which allows the tag to be mounted directly on any alloy or metal surface without the typical interference. This RFID system uses non-contract, ISO 15693 compliant passive data carrier technology.