Allegro (Garden Grove, CA) has manufactured the Manhole Ventilation Passthru (MVP), which is designed to maintain and redirect air flow, with minimal restrictions, into manholes, sewers, and tanks. The MVP combines three components—a low-profile air vent, 90° elbow, and built-in mounting—all in one unit.
Mokon (Buffalo, NY) introduces a Full Range process temperature control system, which offers a combination heating/chilling system in one package. According to the company, the system integrates a Mokon circulating water system with an Iceman chiller to provide heating and chilling from a single, compact, self-supporting unit for optimal performance.
Material Transfer and Storage (Allegan, MI) now offers the hydraulic Lift & Seal System, which is an explosion-proof drum discharging and feeding system. The system seals the drum outlet to a dust-tight pour cone for a clean working environment. The Control Link Rotation System provides 180° drum rotation for a maximum product discharge, and a docking transition module supports a rotary valve feeder and a tool-free flexible connection to the screener inlet.
The Cincinnati (Harrison, OH) Modular Material Handling System (MMHS) boosts the productivity of its CL-800 series of dual-pallet laser cutting systems, reducing cost-per-part and allowing unattended operation for up to three shifts via an automated load/unload of raw materials and finished parts.
Brady Worldwide, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI) introduces a new series of temperature indicating labels that permanently document the temperature levels for a piece of equipment during operation. When the labeled equipment reaches a certain temperature, the white area of the label will turn irreversibly black, which provides clear evidence of the highest temperature attained for that piece of equipment.
Bunting Magnetics Co. (Newton, KS) has launched a new Tapered-Step design model in the plate-style series of their Magnetic Liquid Trap product line. The new style is structured to hold ferrous debris against its solid tapered step to prevent wipe-off of tramp iron, even in high-density applications.
Gasoila Chemicals (Cleveland, OH) has released a new line of FAS-MARK Cap and Cover Paint, an acrylic, upside-down spray paint, which can be used to mark and identify manholes or tank cover valves. The specially-designed cap enables fast, upside-down application with little or no over spray, and the paint can be applied directly to metal and other clean, dry surfaces.
A new transit rack case, the E-TR, for the safe and reliable transport of electronic systems, is now available from Optima EPS (Fremont, CA). The E-TR cases are available in 4U and 12U heights. Optima’s transit rack cases are compliant to MIL-STD 810F and rated to IP65, along with being stable in temperatures from -40°F to +158°F.
Kinetic Technologies, Inc. (Wickliffe, OH) introduces the ProFlow TrakSteer series of 4-wheel-steer industrial carts for towing loads up to 2,000 lbs. The steering improves tracking of carts in long trains and is helpful for cornering or maneuvering in tight aisles. The carts have a one-piece formed flat steel deck with welded stiffeners, an 11” deck height, and a quiet operation.
Eaton Corporation (Cleveland, OH) has announced the availability of its new Flowline II Single Bag Filter Vessel. The vessel includes a one-piece body design to eliminate the multiple welds typically used to fabricate bag vessel bodies. The Flowline II series also feature the standard “no tools required” four-bolt cover closure, and the concave displacement cover prevents spills.
Roura Material Handling (Clinton Twp., MI) has developed MHR (Mechanical Hopper Release) system, which helps to prevent a forklift operator from having to get off the lift in order to dump a self-dumping hopper. According to the company, the MHR is a new solution for safely handling bulk material and waste.
Thybar Corporation (Addison, IL) now offers the Retro-Curb, an insulated roof curb that allows for unrestricted positioning on standing seam roof systems. The curb has a flat, pre-punched base flange that can be cut out to allow perfect alignment with the seams on the roof, and they are custom designed to accommodate any roof slope.
The Real Time Solutions order fulfillment system from Intelligrated (Cincinnati, OH) has been re-launched, and now features pick-to-light, pick-to-voice, and pick-to-cart. Features of the system include: Pick-to-Light Bright lights, LED displays, and flashing indicators to provide direction to the correct pick locations and pick quantities.
Pinpoint Laser Systems (Peabody, MA) introduces two bore alignment accessories for the Laser Microgage line. These new mounts can accommodate bore diameters as large as 3’, and as small as 2 ½”. The Laser Microgage projects a visible reference beam that extends out to 180 feet and is accurate within 0.
Cooper Lighting (Peachtree City, GA) offers the HBI High-Bay Industrial Fluorescent Series, which features an optic that has been optimized to provide maximum performance from T8 lamps. The high lumen package allows the benefits of fluorescent to be applied at high mounting heights that were traditionally exclusive to HID lamps.
Veto Pro Pac (Norwalk, CT) has introduced the Model LT-XL tool bag, which is designed to store and organize hand tools with two large zippered storage compartments and two padded storage slots. The LT-XL is built from a PVC-impregnated body fabric, which is then riveted to a 3mm injection-molded polypropylene base.
The Titan industrial FTIR systems from MIDAC (Costa Mesa, CA) provide real-time, multi-component extractive gas phase analysis for various applications, including industrial hygiene, CEM, and process optimization. Cell pathlengths range from 1cm to 60 meters, and thermal isolation from the spectrometer allows operation from ambient temperatures to 240°C, allowing moist sample streams to be analyzed without condensation.
Kadant Solutions (Auburn, MA) has launched the AngleSet angle gauge tool for doctor blade and scraper installations. The new gauge is used to set the proper angle for improved doctoring performance and longer blade life. The AngleSet tool provides an accurate reading of the blade angle, and its compact design allows for flexibility in various applications, including creping, coating, drum flaking, and converting.
Stanley Vidmar (Allentown, PA) has relaunched its vertical lift product, now called the Vidmar Vertical. The automated storage and retrieval system that can manage up to 132,000 lbs of material from the convenience of one computer console. According to the company, use of vertical space is a simple way to save up to 75 percent of a facility’s floor space.
Iwis Drive Systems (Indianapolis, IN) now offers the Elite product range of chains and complete drive solutions for systems that are exposed to harsh conditions, such as dust, dirt, extreme temperatures, and water. The chains feature Iwis' proven design, in addition to special materials and coatings, to withstand extreme environmental conditions.