General Technologies (Delta, BC, Canada) has designed the ThermoSounder feature on the LTX12 Infrared Thermometer to provide users with audio feedback of both cold and hot spots. The audio feature prevents users from having to interpret digital readouts. The LTX12 has a wide temperature range—20° to 1,200°F—and a 10:1 distance to measurement spot ratio.
MovinCool (Long Beach, CA) has released a new video that presents the features of its CM12 and CM25 celing-mounted commercial spot air conditioners. The CM12 and CM25 are designed to fit in the cramped ceiling space above equipment closets or server roomers, and built-in mounting brackets allow for a quick installation.
Cornell Iron Works, Inc. (Mountain Top, PA) announces that it will distribute the line of industrial rubber doors from TNR Industrial Doors, Inc. The Extreme Performance Doors have been designed for applications with extreme dirt or corrosive factors, such as torrential rain, blizzard snow, scorching heat, or frigid cold.
The Eco-GradeT line of products from Sprayon (Cleveland, OH) offer extreme pressure lubricants and fast-acting cleaners or degreasers, which help preserve and protect your equipment, facility, and workforce. All Sprayon Eco-GradeT products offer formulas that are made with renewable, biodegradable resources, and are VOC-compliance in all 50 states.
Kaeser Compressors, Inc. (Fredericksburg, Va.) unveiled its wall-mounted desiccant dryer, which provides capacities from 7-50 scfm at 100 psig. The dryer deliver dewpoints as low 100 ºF, is designed for easy installation, features a solid state timer, and is based on a counterflow design — resulting in the driest desiccant always at the top of the bed and the air leaving the on-stream tower at a low dewpoint.
NACCO Materials Handling Corporation (Greenville, NC) has launched a new series of electric stand-up lift trucks — the ESC030-040AC series — which provide dependable performance for lifting capacities of 3,000 to 4,000 pounds. Each truck features precision load positioning that allows operators control the truck's position while working on an incline, such as on a dock or in a trailer, minimizing the likelihood of product damage from unintended load contact.
Krohne, Inc. (Peabody, MA) introduces the Tantalum OPTIMASS 7000, a single straight tube Coriolis mass flowmeter, for use in the chemical industry. The first single straight tube meter available with Tantalum wetted-flange material construction, the Tantalum OPTIMASS 7000 is able to measure highly aggressive and corrosive fluids, and it aims to provide safe and reliable measurement of fluids that require glass-lined piping or glass-lined process vessels.
Quality Transmission Components (Garden City Park, NY) unveiled its new series of metric worm gears and worm wheels, which provide a solution to many power transmission design applications. The wormed gears are stocked in 4140 alloy steel for the worms and CAC702 aluminum bronze for the worm wheels.
The LK-G5000 Laser Displacement Sensor from KEYENCE (Woodcliff Lake, NJ) now features a RS-CMOS sensor and provides a 392 kHz sampling rate that is eight times faster than previous models, with a 0.01µm repeatability. The sensor is now more compact than previous models, making it easy to mount in tight production environments.
Metabo Corporation (West Chester, PA) now offers the 5” W11-125 Quick Compact Class Angle Grinder, which features a quick wheel change system that makes changing discs both safe and easy, without the use of tools. The W11-125 is ideal for cutting and grinding applications with a Vibratech side handle that reduces vibration up to 60 percent, lowering the risk of white finger syndrome, according to the company.
Konecranes (Springfield, OH) has developed RopeQ, a reliable system that evaluates the working condition of wire ropes using a proprietary Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) method. The RopeQ uses electromagnetic technology to assess the inner and outer wires and strands of a rope, which ensures accurate and repetitive inspection results.
The VoltageVision Power Warning Alerts from Grace Engineered Products (Davenport, IA) provide electricians with electrical safe information while working on de-energized systems. The system is now available in a solid-on model type, which features LEDs to illuminate the presence of voltage.
Danray Products LLC (Rockford, IL) introduces its new fan guard safety scale, which checks the openings in fan guards for compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.212(a)(5). The OSHA regulation states that fan blades must be covered with a guard, which may not have openings more than ½”.
A line of AISI 1018 steel shaft collars from Stafford Manufacturing Corp. (Wilmington, MA) can be machined to facilitate the welding of components such as brackets, cams, lever arms, mounts, pins, and rods. The collars come in one- and two-piece styles that can be further machined to make fixturing easier when creating welded assemblies.
Blackmer (Grand Rapids, MI) announces its SMVP Series Sliding Vane Pump, which combines the energy-efficiency of sliding-vane technology with a seal-less magnetic coupling. The SMVP offers zero shaft leakage when dealing with hard-to-seal surfactants, fatty acids and oils, glycerin, additives, and more.
Cleveland Gear Company, Inc. (Cleveland, OH) is broadening its product offerings to a new line of shaft mount reducers and accessories (tapered bushing kits, belt guards, torque arms, motor mounts, and backstop assemblies). The gears are available in eight CGSM sizes (2-9), input horsepower from 1/3 to 125, and output rpm from 4-6 up to 118-125.
Wilden (Grand Terrace, CA) released its of Pro-Flo X™ HS (hygienic series) stainless steel pumps for sanitary applications in the beverage-manufacturing industry. The pump allows the user to control flow rate and efficiency, and it satisfies a wealth of application requirements.
Casella USA (Amherst, NH) offers a Ulta-Flow sampling pump, designed to collect and count airborne asbestos fibers. Able to collect 6-20 liters of free air per minute for up to five hours, the pump features an asbestos head that holds a gridded membrane for asbestos clearance sampling measurements or personal sampling.
Omega Engineering Inc. (Stamford, CT) released its new DFG41 high accuracy digital force gauge, designed for basic and complex automotive, lab, R&D, and testing applications, as well as handheld or test stand usage. The product features user-selectable units of measure and selectable display languages, and it may be equipped with integral load cells or smart remote sensors for load or torque measurement.
Hytrol (Jonesboro, AR) unveiled its E24™ timing belt transfer, a conveyor accessory that features E24-powered timing belt strands and a pneumatic lift. The timing belt transfer has a modular design, which helps allow for simple system configurations. Its neoprene timing belts are coated with urethane to ensure positive grips when transferring the product, and the drive sheaves come standard with ABEC-1 bearings.