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Sweep Up With Magnets

February 16, 2010 6:26 am

Master Magnetics, Inc. (Castle Rock, CO) has introduced a few additions to their line of magnetic sweepers. The permanent magnet assemblies range from 12” to 96” in width, making them ideal for quick removal of hazardous scrap metal debris from warehouses, loading docks, and manufacturing areas.

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Safety Needs A Backup

February 12, 2010 7:16 am

SIS-TECH (Houston, TX) announces the DIAMOND-SIS automated independent backup (AIB), a standalone safety instrumented system that backs up current process control trip logic and meets the requirements of IEC 61511. The AIB is available in single, dual, and triplicated channel configurations with on-line diagnostics, testing, and maintenance capabilities.

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You Hold The Power

February 12, 2010 7:15 am

The Edison power distribution line from AutomationDirect (Cumming, GA) now includes the HPB-series open-style power distribution blocks as a convenient way to manage power distribution needs. The distribution blocks are manufactured with tin-plated aluminum connectors suitable for copper conductions, helping maintain a high SCCR rating of 200kA.

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Get The Nastiest Of Drain Clogs

February 12, 2010 7:15 am

RIDGID (Elyria, OH) introduces the Auto-Clean drain cleaning machine for cleaning drain blockages in pipes from ¾” to 1½” in diameter. The machine features a dual-direction AUTOFEED technology, which advances and retrieves the drain-cleaning cable with the push of a lever.

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Industrial Vacuuming With A Pulse

February 12, 2010 7:13 am IMPO

Camfil Farr Air Pollution Control (APC, Jonesboro, AR) has introduced a new pulse-cleaned industrial vacuum that reduces clogs to prevent problems that result from a loss of suction during cleaning. The FarrVac operates without compressed air and may be used for everyday cleanup.

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Pick Wisely

February 12, 2010 6:50 am

TRI-TRONICS, Inc. (Tampa, FL) has introduced the SMARTEYE ColorWise Sensor that solves most difficult color applications at higher speeds than color cameras or other sensors. The ColorWise is ideal for intricate color sorting or inspection problems, such as high-speed packaging and production lines.

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A Fluid Pump That's A Bit Eccentric

February 11, 2010 8:22 am

The EnvironGear Sealless Gear Pumps, made by PeopleFlo, are now avilable through Springer Pumps (Telford, PA). The pumps are designed to handle a wide range of fluids, with features like high-strength spindlers, one fluid chamber, and an internally adjustable integral relief valve.

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Xenon-Besting LED Stroboscope

February 11, 2010 8:21 am

Gardco (Pompano Beach, FL) is offering the DT-329, an LED-based stroboscope that delivers a crisp image while operating at all flash rates with high brightness. Even at repeats up to 120,000 FPM, the service life of the DT-329 is five times greater than traditional xenon flash tube-based stroboscopes, according to the company.

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Hop Aboard The Cleanroom Trolley

February 11, 2010 8:19 am

The David Round Company (Solon, OH) offers a new series of stainless steel trolley products for clean room use, designed to meet the needs of food processors, pharmaceutical manufacturers, and electronics producers. Manual, hand-geared, and motorized stainless steel trolley products are available to position chain, strap, or wire rope hoist products in the plants.

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Light-Duty, Not Light-Featured

February 11, 2010 8:18 am

The Revvo Caster Company, Inc. (West Seneca, NY) introduces its new range of Flexello brand D Series light-duty swivel casters for a variety of applications, such as carts, dollies, work cabinets, and tool boxes. The casters are offered in four sizes (2”, 3”, 4”, and 5”) with load capacities ranging from 110 to 220 lbs.

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Stoody Ordering, Simplified

February 10, 2010 7:03 am

Stoody (St. Louis, MO) announces a new system that eliminates the need to place separate purchase orders for Stoody and other Thermadyne products. The new system will enable customers to order all Thermadyne-branded products on a single order, with the total order being applied to free freight minimums.

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The Pressure Of Ultrasonic Welding

February 10, 2010 7:03 am IMPO

Sensor Products (Madison, NJ) is now offering Pressurex pressure-indicating sensor film, which can be used during ultrasonic welding to ensure that the horn and anvil are precisely aligned during setup. Pressurex reveals the distribution and magnitude of pressure between any two contacting surfaces, and when placed between the horn and anvil or the ultrasonic bonder, the film instantaneously and permanently changes color proportional to the pressure applied.

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Breathe Easy In The Sewers

February 10, 2010 7:02 am

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.

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Full Range Control

February 10, 2010 7:01 am

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.

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Drum Lifting And Sealing

February 9, 2010 6:36 am

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.

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Unattended Laser Cutting

February 9, 2010 6:35 am

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.

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Not Your Regular Stickers

February 9, 2010 6:35 am IMPO

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.

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Liquid Magnetics

February 9, 2010 6:34 am

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.

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Painting Upside-Down

February 8, 2010 7:56 am IMPO

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.

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Transporting Electronics, Safely

February 8, 2010 7:54 am

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.

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