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Forget Brute Force: Innerduct Slitting

December 8, 2009 5:04 am

The General Machine Products Company, Inc. (GMP, Trevose, PA) has announced the Cordless Power DuctSlitter, a battery-powered blade that offers a mechanized method for trimming and slitting innerduct utility conduit, providing an easy alternative to the brute force typically required when cutting innerduct by hand.

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Turbine Vibration For Cleanrooms

December 8, 2009 5:03 am

The Cleveland Vibrator Co. (Cleveland, OH) has expanded its line of acetal body (CVT-P-10 and stanless steel (CVT-S-10) miniature turbine vibrators with the new Turbomite CVT-P-22. Constructed with acetal plastic and stainless steel exterior parts with laser etching, the CVT-P-22 is ideal for cleanroom environments, and is FDA- and USDA-compliant.

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Knives Of Air

December 8, 2009 5:02 am IMPO

The new Long Super Air Knives from EXAIR (Cincinnati, OH) produce a laminar sheet of airflow to blowoff, dry, or cool surfaces up to 96”. The compact design minimizes compressed air use by combining 40 parts room air to one part compressed air, and is ideal for use on conveyors, according to the company.

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Reduce Hand Injuries With Beefy Gloves

December 7, 2009 6:05 am IMPO

West Chester Holdings, Inc. (Monroe, OH) introduces the New ProSeries R3 heavy-duty gloves for demanding industrial applications, designed with safety in mind in order to reduce recordable hand injuries. The R-series reduce hand fatigue while providing critical protection through a synthetic leather palm, which provides oil resistance, breathability, and comfort.

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Access Doors, Toughened Up

December 7, 2009 6:04 am

The Type J-AL aluminum access doors from The Bilco Company (New Haven, CT) are now available with stainless steel hardware, enhancing the corrosion-resistance of the product, according to the company. The Type J-AL doors provide access to underground areas, including water treatment facilities, with a single- or double-leaf design with reinforcement for 300 PSF or H-20 loading conditions.

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Automate Anything, Even Productivity

December 7, 2009 6:04 am

The Productivity3000 Programmable Automation Controller is the newest generation of industrial controllers from AutomationDirect (Cumming, GA), and consists of a modular, rack-based system of up to 116,000 I/O points with local, expansion, and remote I/O bases, along with a full lineup of discrete, analog, and specialty I/O modules.

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Heavy-Duty Die Grinders

December 7, 2009 6:03 am IMPO

Dynabrade, Inc. (Clarence, NY) has introduced a new series of air-powered Die Grinders, which feature high-quality steel housings ideal for heavy-duty applications. The grinders are available with either 0.5 or 0.7 hp air motors, and each tool features a rubber grip housing to insulate the operator from vibration and cold air transmission.

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Signage For Power Press Safety

December 4, 2009 10:49 am

Danray Products (Rockford, IL) has released a new safety sign for power presses, which addresses the main hazards created by moving slides and dies on power presses. It can be applied to mechanical, hydraulic, direct-drive (servo), and pneumatic power presses. The sign is a available in two sizes: 5” wide by 6” high and 8.

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Tubing For Any Angle

December 4, 2009 10:48 am

NewAge Industries (Southampton, PA) now offers custom-designed and produced tubing and hose that can be heat-formed into specific shapes, useful for applications that involve multiple sections of fittings and clamps. A formed piece of tubing that is custom-made for a specific use greatly reduces the risk of kinking and flow impediment of fluid or air.

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Simple, Predictive Hoist Maintenance

December 4, 2009 10:44 am

R&M Materials Handling, Inc. (Springfield, OH) has added the HoistMonitor to the option list of its RX and QX Quick Delivery offerings, which adds functionality to supervise and record key data that allows for more efficient planning and scheduling of predictive maintenance, inspections, and repairs.

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Medical-Grade, Tough Silicone

December 4, 2009 10:43 am

Master Bond (Hackensack, NJ) has created a two-component, room temperature-curing potting and encapsulation silicone, the MasterSil 151 Med, to withstand exposure to the vibration, impact, shock, and thermal cycling often required from medical devices. With a low viscosity of 1,500 cps, the 151 silicone is ideal for use in applications with complicated contours, according to the company.

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Build Anything With Flux-Cored Wire

December 4, 2009 3:25 am

Hobart Brothers (Chicago, IL) are offering their Fabshield XLR-8 self-shielded flux-cored wire, which excels in structural steel construction with high deposition rates and good impact strengths. The XLR-8 wire is formulated to have low diffusible hydrogen levels—less than 6.

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Plasma Cutter Lunchbox

December 4, 2009 3:24 am

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. (Appleton, WI) introduces the Spectrum 875, a compact plasma cutter in the 60-amp category, weighing in at just 52 lbs. and with dimensions of 13.75” by 8.5” by 18”, no more than a lunch box. Despite the compact size, the 875 offers a cut rating of 7/8” on mild steel at 10” per minute (ipm).

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Safe Lifting With Magnets

December 4, 2009 3:23 am

The SafeHold EPL Series Permanent Lifting Magnets from Eriez (Erie, PA) help lift and transfer steel or iron without slings, hooks, or cables, and without marring the surface. The lifting magnets require fewer operators and helpers, and when properly installed, provide greater safety than traditional material handling devices.

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Keep Your Welding Fingers

December 4, 2009 3:23 am IMPO

The MagTab from Strong Hand Tools (Pico Rivera, CA) is designed to hold tabs in place before tack welding. The magnetic, adjustable V-shaped base of the MagTab allows the tool to securely hold against round, square, or angled surfaces, allowing any small metal part to be held in place.

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Weld Anywhere

December 1, 2009 6:21 am IMPO

Goff’s Enterprises (Pewaukee, WI) have designed a portable Weld/Grind Cell that features Goff’s weld/spark resistant curtain material, made for demanding industrial environments. The cell is ideal for a welding or grinding process that has just been added to the production line, or when your welding needs must be portable.

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Marking Lasers Fit Old Workflows

December 1, 2009 6:20 am

The TruMark 5020, a new fiber laser marker from TRUMPF (Farmington, CT), is ideal for applications on metals and plastics with high speed and excellent edge quality requirements. The 5020’s dynamic scanner module is able to convert pulse frequencies of up to 1 MHz into a correspondingly high processing speed.

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Magnetic Drilling With Safety In Mind

December 1, 2009 6:19 am

Hougen Manufacturing (Flint, MI) has launched a new line of portable magnetic drills, upgrading the long-standing HMD914 with a lightweight body and an ergonomic handle. In addition, the HMD914S features a swivel base drill-to-magnet coupling that provides versatility and precise positioning, which makes it ideal for challenging fabrication or jobs involving horizontal or overhead drilling.

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Compact, Precise Rototic Welders

December 1, 2009 6:19 am IMPO

Motoman’s (Dayton, OH) new 6-axis MA1400 “Master Arc” welding robot significantly increases uptime by integrating the torch into the upper arm, and is available in floor-, wall-, or ceiling-mounted configurations. The MA1400 is ideal for high-density layouts with multiple robots working in close proximity due to its integrated cabling, which reduces interference and cable wear.

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Precision Waterjet Cutting

November 30, 2009 10:58 am IMPO

Koike Aronson/Ransome, Inc. (Arcade, NY) introduces the KOIKEJET waterjet cutting system, which features a precision ground ball screw drive for a smooth and accurate cutting motion, as well as laser alignment, initial height sensing, and adjustable water level control for improved cutting efficiency.

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