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Actuate Higher Reliability

April 15, 2010 6:55 am

Hayward Flow Control Systems (Clemmons, NC) offers a new line of CE- and CSA-Approved reversing, quarter-turn actuators, designed for use with all ball and butterfly valves up to 24” in size and torque outputs from 300-13,500 in. lbs. The EPM actuators include a modular design that utilize US-manufactured modular PC boards to eliminate 90 percent of internal wiring for higher quality, reliability, and easier maintenance.

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Clean Up With Dry Ice

April 13, 2010 5:59 am

The IceBlast KG50 from Ice Tech (West Chester, OH) is an industrial-strength dry ice blaster, which can be used to clean manufacturing equipment faster than traditional methods. According to the company, dry ice blasting allows for reduced maintenance downtime and fewer environmentally-damaging products in your facility.

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A Labyrinth On Your Roof

April 13, 2010 5:59 am

Moffitt Corporation (Jacksonville Beach, FL) has developed the Labyrinth ventilation system, which is a natural ventilator that removes heat and allows light in without allowing rain or snow inside as well. According to the company, the Labyrinth system is a cost-effective and energy efficient product, and is ideal for aluminum, steel, glass, and process industries.

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Railing Safety Comes Cheap

April 13, 2010 5:58 am

Cubic Designs (New Berlin, WI) introduces the Cubic Barrier Rail, and industrial safety rail for facilities where a physical barrier is required but cost is a concern. A Barrier Rail can delineate high-traffic areas within a facility and provide personnel with protection around loading docks.

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Pressure-Sensitive Labels Go Anywhere

April 12, 2010 7:12 am IMPO

Tyco Electronics (Harrisburg, PA) introduces the new EET G4 woven nylon, Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive (PSA) acrylic labels for thermal transfer printers. The labels are suitable for wire, harness, and cable identification labeling as well as applications with irregular contours.

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Conveyor Belts Go Stainless Steel

April 12, 2010 7:11 am IMPO

Belt Technologies (Agawam, MA) now offers a line of stainless steel indexing belts to pair with the high-speed conveyors used to assemble multi-component assemblies. The steel belts resist stretching, provide good repeatability, and allow for the exact positioning of tools and parts.

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Get Cutting

April 12, 2010 7:10 am

A line of circular knives and blades, along with hand knives designed for cutting hose and tube materials, are available from Hyde Industrial Blade Solutions (IBS, Southbridge, MA). The blades and knives are engineered to cut the strongest materials, including tough wire-reinforced hydraulic hose.

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An Electric Pick-Me-Up

April 12, 2010 6:19 am

The Hyster Company (Greenville, NC) has introduced the E30-40HSD2 series of electric stand-up lift trucks. The three-wheeled truck delivers lifting capacities of 3,000 to 4,000 lbs. and anti-fatigue mats that absorb and reduce the transmission of vibration and shock to the operator by 25 percent.

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Like Lightning

April 9, 2010 6:53 am

Tanis Technologies (Holland, MI) offers the Lightning Cool system as a permanent solution to Fadal machining center maintenance issues. Now a factory option for Fadal machines, this system is designed to put an end to replacing spindle drive belts, drawbar components, rubber motor mounts, through spindle coolant seals, and more.

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Afraid Of The Dark?

April 9, 2010 6:52 am

Bossco International (San Diego, CA) announces its newest product, a battery-operated lighted wrench set. According to the company, the new self -supported battery operated wrenches use replaceable CR 2032 lithium batteries, which allow users to take the wrenches with them.

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Bubble Wrap Goes 'Green'

April 9, 2010 6:50 am

The Bubble Wrap brand from Sealed Air (Saddle Brook, NJ) now offers recycled-grade cushioning with a minimum of 50 percent pre-consumer recycled content, the highest in the market. The material combines the recycled content with Barrier Bubble technology, which helps the cushioning retain air longer and promote reusability, according to Sealed Air.

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When The Lights Go Out

April 9, 2010 6:48 am

The Electric Portable Power unit from Schumacher Electric (Mount Prospect, IL) has a 22 amp hour rechargeable lead-acid battery that can provide limited light and power, which allows you to show down your workstation in the case of a power outage. The Portable Power unit can provide light up to 66 hours using the included light, or a 4-watt fluorescent work light can be used for up to 68 hours.

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Get An Edge On Inventory

April 8, 2010 6:29 am

The Edge 5000 Series from Apex Industrial Technology (Loveland, OH) is a rugged and easy-to-use Internet Appliance that tracks, manages, and controls critical tools or supplies. The Edge is designed to deliver in harsh factory environments with a heavy-duty construction, including an option steel front door.

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Keep A Rat-Free Facility

April 8, 2010 6:27 am

The Bug Blocker security screen door from Rasco Industries, Inc. (Loretto, MN) keeps out birds, pests, and rodents while providing accessibility to your employees. The aluminum extrusion frame is strong, corrosion-resistant, and the screen material is a tough stainless steel wire mesh.

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Reclaim Your Floor Space

April 8, 2010 6:27 am

FastPic Systems (Westbrook, ME) has developed the FastPic inventory management software, which allows manufacturers to manage and control inventory while processing transactions in real-time. When additional parts are needed, an operator can select the order to process in the FastPic software, and seamless integration of Shuttle VLMs allows the units to begin retrieving the required parts immediately.

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LEGO-Like Crane Kits

April 8, 2010 6:26 am

Demag Cranes & Components (Cleveland, OH) offers pre-engineered single girder crane kits in either top running or under running configurations that allow installers to do their own on-site assembly. The kits are shipped with all necessary components except the steel beams.

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Show Off Your Data

April 7, 2010 5:20 am

The DXAdvanced R4 data acquisition and display station from Yokogawa (Newnan, GA) now features standard high capacity memory and a new option for pharmaceutical applications. The Advanced Security option delivers full compliance with FDA regulation 21 CFR Part 11, and is completmented with a multi-batch option.

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The Arm Strength You Always Wanted

April 6, 2010 10:01 am

The Positech Corporation (Laurens, IA) has redesigned its ReactionArm industrial manipulator under the Positech brand name. The ReactionArm is a pneumatic torque reaction arm that absorbs shock, torsional forces, and impact forces from power tools — this helps reduce carpal tunnel injury and cumulative trauma disorders.

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Get Bent — It's A Good Thing

April 6, 2010 10:00 am

The Compact Spiral hose from Parker Hannifin Corporation (Wickliffe, OH) offers 5,000 and 6,000 psi performance in a compact design. The hoses are available in a variety of sizes. The inner tube within the hoses allows for ½ the bend radius and a 30 percent smaller O.

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A Plant With No Wires

April 6, 2010 9:59 am

SKF (San Diego, CA) offers its Multilog On-Line System WMx, which is a battery-powered, eight-channel monitoring device that communicates acceleration, displacement, temperature, and bearing condition data using industry standard 802.11b/g wireless networking. The WMx automatically uploads data for viewing, alarm evaluation, and analysis to the SKF @ptitude software.

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