Lenox Instrument Company (Trevose, PA) announces the Portable Videoscope System that combines video technology, cordless operation, compact portability, and rugged durability. The system is well-suited for inspection of turbines, airframes, process tanks and vessels, tubing, heat exchanges, hydraulic cylinders, and more.
The AMI Motorized Axial Fans from Continental Fan (Buffalo, NY) are suited to applications where space is limited due to the coupling of the motor and impeller, which also provides for vibration-free operation. The AMI fans are speed controllable, and both the motor and impeller are located directly in the air stream, where the impeller acts as a rotating “heat sink.
The In-Sight 5605 from Cognex Corporation (Natick, MA) is a high-resolution self-contained vision system that can see very small defects, even in a large field of view. The In-Sight 5605 offers a full 5 megapixel resolution, support for Gigabit Ethernet communications, and an IP67 rating to withstand dust and washdown environments.
Kadant Solutions (Auburn, MA) has extended its doctoring product line to include drum flaking applications with its new ProFlake doctor blade line. The blade uses a bi-metal technology for longer blade life, reduced operating costs, and improved flaker performance. In addition, they’re available in a variety of widths, thicknesses, and bevel configurations.
Omega Engineering (Stamford, CT) has developed the OM-CP-PHTEMP2000 series data logger, which is a battery-powered standalone pH and temperature data logger. A large LCD display is also standard. The logger collects data in real-time and features programmable engineering units, programmable start-times, and automatic temperature compensation.
STOKO Skin Care (Greensboro, NC) offers a variety of ethanol-based hand sanitizers for use when typical hand-and-soap washing is not possible or feasible, such as in industrial environments. The Gel Instant Hand Sanitizer provides rapid germ-killing activity when hand-washing facilities are not readily available.
A magnetic liquid level indicator from the Clark-Reliance Corporation (Strongsville, OH) has a unique design that addresses two serious problems that can be encountered with standard level indicators: boiling fluids and flashing vapors. The Jerguson Magnicator II FlashProof gages ensure an optimized magnetic field in close proximity to the indicator, transmitter, or switches.
Grote Industries (Madison, IN) has developed a new version of its Trilliant 36 LED WhiteLight Conversion Bulb, which is designed to operate in adverse conditions where sodium chloride, high humidity, and other corrosive elements wreak havoc on most PAR 36 incandescent work lamps.
Tel-Tru Manufacturing Company (Rochester, NY) expands its Silicon Glass Fused Sensor Series of pressure transmitters, which are designed to operate safely in hazardous areas. The Tel-Tru P612 and P622 are intrinsically safe certified to Class I, Div. 1, Groups A, B, C, and D when used with approved zener barrier systems.
WEG Electric Corp. (Atlanta, GA) adds two new energy-efficient motors to its line: the Quattro and W22 Super Premium. The Quattro is a line-start permanent magnet motor that is more efficient than NEMA Premium efficiency induction motors. The motor operates at synchronous speed regardless of the load, and has the same frame size as an induction motor.
Professional Systems Associates (Panama City, FL) has developed the Process Workflow Engine (PWE) for its CMPRO software suite, which makes it easier to bring a company’s processes into the workflow of its product lifecycle management (PLM) activities. The new PWE can use conditional logic to control the workflow between steps and processes.
The TECAFORM AH ID polyoxymethylene copolymer from Ensinger (Washington, PA) contains an additive that makes it easily and quickly detected by metal detectors if broken pieces from machinery contaminate the product during processing. The TECAFORM AH ID provides security against contamination, and its resistance to chemicals and cleaning agents makes it ideal for use in food production of all kinds.
Conant Controls, Inc. (Medford, MA) introduces custom manufactured pneumatic selector (diverter) stack valves that can handle multiple flows, in multiple directions, with multiple media. According to the company, Conant Custom Selector Valves can be manufactured to specification from a variety of materials such as aluminum, brass, and 316 stainless steel; with O-rings and sleeve materials to handle various media.
Assured Automation (Clark, NJ) announces the FireBag, a new line of thermally actuated gas shut-off valves used to control the flow of natural, propane, or butane gases. According to the company, many existing emergency gas shut-off devices require manual manipulation– a poor solution in emergency fire situations.
According to Graphite Metallizing Corp . (Yonkers, NY), its GRAPHALLOY® Type 1017 Self-lubricating Split Bushings are ideal for screw conveyor applications. GRAPHALLOY®, a graphite/metal alloy formed from molten metal, graphite, and carbon, is insoluble in most industrial liquids and is not affected by submersion in most acids, alkalies, hydrocarbons, or liquid gases.
Jenny Products, Inc. (Somerset, PA) offers a line of electric two-stage, vertical-tank stationary air compressors. According to the company, the two-stage models provide 175 psi and displace between 9.1 and 43.6 cfm. Each of the line’s 16 models encompass a smaller footprint than their horizontal-tank counterpart.
W.W. Grainger, Inc. (Lake Forest, IL) is now a distributor for pneumatic presses from Dayton, built for assembling, drawing, and punching operations. The presses feature dual safety controls, a timer for an automatic cycle, a workpiece counter, an adjustable depth stop nut, and head elevating screw.
The RW64-V RoundWay Linear Roller Bearing from Thomson (Wood Dale, IL) is a 4” version boasting a dynamic load capacity of 70,000 lbf — more than twenty times the load capacity of a conventional linear ball bearing, even at extreme operating temperatures up to 500°F.
Allegro Industries (Garden Grove, CA) offers new products in ergonomic protection, including back and wrist supports, kneepads, and elbow supports for specific jobs. The wrist supports, including the Dual-Flex and Maxrist offerings, feature the all-around comfort and support of Neoprene.
Misumi USA, Inc. (Schaumburg, IL) has expanded its family of Suction Cups, which are suitable for use in a host of automated processes within industrial environments, including assembly, conveying, testing, and inspection. The Suction Cups have fittings made of brass with Electroless nickel plating.