The OPK-341 Industrial Leak Detection Kit from Spectronics Corporation (Westbury, NY) is an efficient way to pinpoint the source of fluid leaks in hydraulic equipment, compressors, engines, gearboxes, fuel, and other synthetic industrial systems. The core of the kit is the OPTIMAX 3000, a cordless, rechargeable, blue-light LED inspection flashlight.
Zebra Skimmers Corporation (Chagrin Falls, OH) has expanded its Muscle Coalescer line to include new model for servicing air compressor condensate. According to the company, the Muscle Coalescer line has been solid for many years for separation and removal of contaminate oil from water-based fluids.
The Abtex Corporation (Victor, NY) has introduced a compact, wet Tri-Ten planetary head deburring system in a return-to-operator (RTO) configuration. The system deburrs both sides of flat parts, up to 4.5” in diameter, in a single pass while drenching the workpiece in coolant to keep parts clean and extend brush life.
The NewAir I.B. Express system from Sealed Air (Saddle Brook, NJ) is an inflatable cushioning system that quickly creates patented Barrier Bubble material that can be used for cushioning, or blocking and bracing applications. The NewAir allows operators to create cushions with widths of 12” and 24”, and includes options for film strength to accommodate a variety of applications.
VIC Leak Detection (Ronkonkoma, NY) announces its new series of hydrogen gas leak detectors. The portable, battery-operated hydrogen leak detector uses a safe 5 percent hydrogen gas mixture and can test wet parts without being affected by humidity. Additional features include: A minimal amount of required maintenance, with no chamber evacuation vacuum pumps, evacuation valves, and manifolding.
The EcoPolyBlend spill control pallets from Justrite Mfg. (Des Plaines, IL) are an eco-friendly solution that protects against groundwater contamination to meet EPA standards. In addition, the pallets are made of 100 percent recycled polyethylene, so they support other green initiatives as well.
Deacom, Inc. (Wayne, PA) has released a new version of the DEACOM ERP Software System, which incorporates design changes to the main menu and enhancements to specific functionality. The new menu contains all the functional areas that are managed in the single system, such as purchasing, sales, inventory control, and production.
Toshiba Teli America, Inc. (Irvine, CA) has launched the CSDS60CM3, the company’s first high-definition color camera to target the industrial vision marketplace. With high picture quality and smearless imaging, the camera is ideal for industrial facilities requiring machine vision.
A new line of BIU Utility Fans from Continental Fan (Buffalo, NY) are offered in thirteen sizes, ranging from 10” to 36”. The Utility Fans feature heavy gauge, rugged welded steel construction in either Class I or II construction. They come with either backward inclined or B1 airfoil wheels, depending on size selected.
Infrared Industries Inc. (Hayward, CA) announces the new Automated Programmable Calibration tool that reduces the service, maintenance, and labor costs for CEMS gas monitoring. The calibration is offered on the Model IR8400D, an explosion-proof NEMA7 IR gas analyzer that is approved for hazardous areas.
Reid Supply (Muskegon, MI) has added the Dickies family clothing line, in addition to other safety products, to its online offerings at www.reidsupply.com . Reid offers a selection of work pants and shirts, in addition to garments such as denim jeans, bib overalls, shorts, high-visibility apparel, jackets, and insulated apparel in a variety of colors.
Sun Technologies (Blomfield Hills, MI) has developed the Mini Floor & Pallet, which is a 2’ x 4’ x 2’ Polypropylene riser platform. The pallet holds up to 1,000 pounds, yet weighs only 8.5 pounds. In addition, the sections can be connected by the length or the width with clips, which are included.
The Tel-Tru Manufacturing Company (Rochester, NY) has expanded its Silicon Glass Fused Sensor Series of pressure transmitters. The P621 sanitary model features a single-piece 316L stainless steel sensing element with a high-output silicon glass fused strain gauge. This combination maximizes cycle life even in the presence of pressure spikes, vibration, and aggressive fluid media.
Gorbel Inc. (Fishers, NY) has expanded its line of G-Force Intelligent Lifting Devices to include the new G-Jib, a redesign of an enclosed track workstation jib crane. The G-Jib utilizes an industrial processor-controlled servo drive system to deliver unmatched lifting precision and speed.
From Detcon (The Woodlands, TX) comes the Model 700 gas detection sensors, which now include wireless technology as an integration option, in addition to standard 4-20mA analog and Modbus RS-485 outputs. The Model 700 is designed to work with the Model RXT-300 wireless gas detection system, which is a wireless Modbus replacement and links one master to one or more slaves.
Omron (Fremont, CA) introduces the G9SX-LM Low-speed Safety Monitoring Unit, which consists of two proximity sensors and a G9SX safety controller with fault diagnostics, to monitor motor rotation speed and facilitate safe machine maintenance. The G9SX-LM allows an operator to access the machine for maintenance work while it is running at a safe, maximum threshold of 10 Hz.
EXAIR’s (Cincinnati, OH) new Large Super Air Nozzle has been engineered to maximize entrained airflow and force while reducing compressed air use and noise. The design directs air to a single point of convergence, delivering 23 pounds of blowing force when mounted 12” from the target.
The Hybrid Systems from Shure (Washington, MO) can be customized to numerous configurations according to customer specification, with increased under-bench storage, making them ideal for an existing facility in need of remodeling. The workbench systems are offered in 4’, 5’, 6’, 8’, and 10’ lengths to accommodate different configurations.
Blackmer (Grand Rapids, MI) announces that its XLW Series of sliding vane pumps have been designed to handle liquids with suspended particles up to 250 microns and 25 percent concentrations, such as oxide primers, inks, paints, and adhesives. With hardened ductile iron materials, the XLW pumps can easily handle a variety of abrasive fluids when outfitted with O-rings, mechanical seals, relief valves, springs, and rotors.
The HurtSpot magnetic body-diagram whiteboard from Magnatag (Macedon, NY) shows the places of common injuries and provides a visual representation of the number of injuries better than regular reports, according to the company. By identifying the parts of the body where injuries occur, along with the number of occurrences, the HurtSpot can call attention to accident patterns, making workers more aware and careful.