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Measure Your Pressure

November 17, 2009 11:16 am

Automation Products Group, Inc. (APG, Logan, UT) has released the PG7 Digital Pressure Gauge, which has been engineered for outdoor conditions. The PG7 is available with ranges from vacuum up to 500 psi, and from 0 up to 10,000 psi, at ±0.25 percent accuracy of full scale.

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Easily Deployed Vacuums

November 17, 2009 11:15 am IMPO

The PIAB (Täby, Sweden) Modular Automation Tooling system allows users to construct vacuum-end effector tools to meet their exact needs with minimal design time. The PMAT is lightweight and easy to assemble on-site without welding or use of special tools, and features a swivel arm assembly with a choice of various functional attachments, including a PIAB vacuum pump.

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OnLine Programming Ups Versatility

November 17, 2009 11:14 am

GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms (Charlottesville, VA) has announced the release of its latest VersaMax Micro Plus controller firmware revision 4.0. The new OnLine Programming feature enables the user to edit and download logic to the PLC without stopping it, which saves significant downtime and potential expense for lost productivity and scrap.

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Pulling Is A One-Man Job

November 16, 2009 10:03 am

The Industrial Pulley Puller (Marion, IA) is the portable, one-man hydraulic tool that removes any object from a shaft in minutes without torches, hammers, or crowbars. According to the company, the Hydraulic Industrial Pulley Puller makes the entire process an easy job for just one person.

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Tough Cyanoacrylate

November 16, 2009 10:02 am

Permabond’s (Somerset, NJ) 791 adhesive is a surface insensitive cyanoacrylate, ideal for applications involving close-fitting components, and meets the specifications for Commercial Standard A-A-3098 Type II Class I. Permabond 791 has a high tensile strength and a very high shear strength, lending it to applications that previously required a slower-curing structural adhesive.

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Big, But Quiet, Generators

November 16, 2009 10:00 am

The QAS 600 generator from Atlas Copco (Commerce City, CO) is the largest in the range, rated at 575 kVA at 60 Hz and powered by a Volvo TAD 1641 GE diesel engine coupled to a 239-gallon standard fuel tank. The QAS 600 is housed in zinc-plated steel with a powder coat finish, which provides protection against corrosion.

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Squeaky-Clean Doors

November 16, 2009 9:58 am

The new FasTrax Clean high-performance door from Rite-Hite Doors, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI) has been designed to withstand the rigors of harsh washdown environments while allowing users to maintain the highest levels of cleanliness. The door’s design minimizes areas where unwanted materials can be trapped, making it USDA- and FDA-compliant.

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Durable Electronic Cutters

November 16, 2009 6:18 am

Techni-Tool (Worcester, PA) announces the Tec-Cut Infinity Elite fine electronics pliers and cutters. The six new micro-cutter models can cut electronic wires from 18 to 20 AWG, and have a micro-sized head for fitting into tight spaces. Cutter heads are available in oval and tapered styles, with a choice of semi-flush, flush, and full-flush cuts.

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Get The Green Light On Alignment

November 16, 2009 6:17 am IMPO

Seiffert Industrial (Richardson, TX) now offers the RollCheck Green , a visual tool used to speed up parallel roll alignment checks using the latest in green laser technology. Reflected beam technology provides an accurate, fast, and simple way to measure and correct vertical angle (pitch) and horizontal angle (parallelism) between the rolls.

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Safe Chemical Dispensing

November 16, 2009 6:17 am IMPO

The 100 percent metal-free DrumQuik PUR chemical dispensing system from Colder Products Company (St. Paul, MN) provides safe and economic extraction of high-purity chemicals from drums, jerry cans, and intermediate bulk containers. The system is composed of two components: a PVDF coupler and a HDPE drum insert assembly, which contains a bung closure and dip-tube.

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When ‘Frames Per Second’ Aren’t Enough

November 16, 2009 6:16 am

Olympus (Waltham, MA) introduces the new i -SPEED LT, i -SPEED TR, and i -SPEED FS high-speed video cameras. The FS model is designed with a highly accurate IRIG-B time synchronization (sub 5 microseconds) and time stamping, a global shutter speed to 0.2 microseconds, and a top frame speed of 1,000,000 frames per second.

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Nano Manometer

November 13, 2009 5:56 am

The MP100 from E-Instruments (Langhorne, PA) is a compact and rugged manometer for the HVAC professional. The meter includes leak test procedures and air velocity with density compensation. A large backlit LCD display helps readability in either light or dark environments.

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The UPS With Smarts

November 13, 2009 5:56 am

Tripp Lite (Chicago, IL) has a new high-wattage 2200VA SmartPro UPS system, which protects mission-critical equipment. The system provides 2200VA/1920W capacity for loads in just 2U of rack space and offers high-efficiency operation. Additional features include: Eight outlets with three separately breakered, individually-controllable load banks to support remote reboot or automated load shedding.

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Jetting With Precision

November 13, 2009 5:55 am

Nordson ASYMTEK (Carlsbad, CA) introduces the CPJ+ (Calibrated Process Jetting Plus), which reduces process variability to maintain a constant Takt time by ensuring consistent flow rates. Using the proprietary Fluidmove software for Windows XP, the CPJ+ automatically compensates for fluid viscosity changes over time and batch-to-batch variations.

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Keep The Cold Air Movin'

November 13, 2009 5:55 am

MovinCool (Long Beach, CA) now offers the CM25 self-contained, ceiling-mounted air conditioner with a total capacity of 25,000 Btu/h. The compact CM25 was designed for server rooms with its 20” height, build-in mounting bracket, and vibration isolators. A variable-speed inverter compressor and inverter fan motor gives the CM25 a 14 SEER (seasonal energy efficiency ratio).

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Oxygen-Safe Sealing

November 12, 2009 6:14 am IMPO

The MH052 pipe sealant from Permabond Engineering Adhesives (Somerset, NJ) has BAM approval for use in oxygen-rich environments (up to 145 psi and 140°F) due to its unique, stable formation. Normally, anaerobic sealants cannot be used in oxygen-rich environments due to instability, which could cause fire or explosions.

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Slow Starts Save Money

November 12, 2009 6:13 am

Carlo Gavazzi (Buffalo Grove, IL) has launched the RSBS Series Single-phase Plug-and-Play Soft Start, which reduces the amperage demand when starting heat pumps. By maintaining the starting current below fixed limits, the RSBS avoids high energy tariffs and reduces heat dissipation, allowing for a 60 percent reduction in current.

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Steady, Stable Gas Delivery

November 12, 2009 6:13 am

Kin-Tek Laboratories, Inc. (Marque, TX) announces the 491M-PB Module, which is used with 491M Modular Gas Standards Generators to maintain steady gas pressures within the unit and balance backpressure to the delivery system pressure. At trace concentrations (PPM, PPB, and PPT) of reactive gases, surface absorption within the transport system can significantly affect the actual mixture delivered.

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As Clear As Grease

November 12, 2009 6:12 am

Lubrication Engineers, Inc. (Fort Worth, TX) adds to its growing arsenal of reliability solutions with its new Clear Grease Guns, a simple, cost-effective solution for avoiding costly grease cross-contamination errors. Clear Grease Guns ensure 100 percent visual grease identification.

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Kanban Made Easy

November 10, 2009 10:59 am

Magnatag (Macedon, NY) offers the CardView Kanban boards to coordinate inventories and lean workflows. The kits come in five formats: Next-Job, Build-Board, Job-Load, To-Do, and On-Hand. Each comes ready to use in six size capacities, including kanban cards in 17 colors, card printing templates, color pocket tapes, and press-on FlashSpot so customers can tailor the board to their needs.

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