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SmartBobbing For Apples

November 5, 2009 4:07 am

BinMaster (Lincoln, NE) announces the SmartBob-SS sensor, which is designed to measure solids submersed under water. The sensor is a solution for brine interface applications, such as measuring the level of settled salt under water. The SmartBob-SS drops a weighted bob through the liquid, and when the bob comes in contact with solid settled material, it retracts and sends a measurement to a PC loaded with eBob software.

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Counting, Made Easy

November 5, 2009 4:07 am

Mettler Toledo (Columbus, OH) introduces the BBA449 counting scale that allows molding machine operators to more effectively supervise their machines. The colorWeight display alerts operators if boxes are full with a visible display—useful for operators responsible for multiple machines.

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SuperStar Of Filters

November 5, 2009 4:06 am IMPO

The SuperStar .01 Micro Filters from LA-MAN Corporation (Port Orange, FL) are designed to be installed at the point of use to remove moisture and contaminants from air lines to improve the life cycle of tools and equipment. The four-stage design operates most efficienty within 25 feet of the point of use, and has a flow range of 50, 75, or 100 SCFM with pressure ratings of 250 psi.

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Linear Bearings That Won't Break

November 5, 2009 4:05 am IMPO

Thomson (Wood Dale, IL) introduces the RW64-V RoundWay Linear Roller Bearing, a 4” version with a dynamic load capacity of 70,000 lbf (310,800 N), more than 20 times the load capacity of a conventional linear ball bearing. The RoundWay can carry that load even at operating temperatures up to 500°F and speeds up to 100 ft/s (68mph).

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TFT Panels For Your Interfaces

November 3, 2009 9:45 am

AutomationDirect’s (Cumming, GA) line of C-more operator interfaces now includes two new 6” TFT color panels with LED backlights. Both panels are NEMA 4/4Z, IP65 compliant when mounted correctly for indoor use. Individual features of the two models include: EA7-T6CL-R: 320x240 resolution QVGA display supporting 65,536 colors.

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Dust-Eliminating Conveyor

November 3, 2009 9:43 am IMPO

The new MARTIN Carryback Capture System from Martin Engineering (Neponset, IL) is a scavenger conveyor system that transfers belt cleaning residue back into the material stream, avoiding cleanup labor and injuries. The design helps prevent material accumulation that can impede conveyor components and increase system downtime.

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Catalogs In The Third Dimension

November 3, 2009 9:43 am

PARTsolutions (Milford, OH) has expanded its partnership with Hamilton Caster to supply and embed its 3D cataloguing software directly to the Hamilton website. When Hamilton wanted to make CAD a more integral part of its customers’ product selection, PARTsolutions offered their software, which can help automate the process of creating, migrating, and translating 3D content.

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Labeling Is OK

November 3, 2009 9:40 am IMPO

Brady Worldwide, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI) is releasing its new 5S Marking Supplies, designed to help lean manufacturers organize their workplace, control space usage, and manage inventory. According to the company, its marking tools can help a company improve workflow and reduce downtime by giving every tool a clearly designated location.

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Keep Collisions At Bay

November 3, 2009 5:05 am

Aptos Industries Inc. (Aptos, CA) is introducing a new model of the Rolls Up Door Guard to supplement the RUDG1, which fits doors with minimum dimensions of 10’ x 14’. The new model—the RUDG2—fit smaller doors, down to a height of only eight feet.

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Map Out Your Failures

November 2, 2009 7:44 am

A new book from Industrial Press titled Failure Mapping , offers techniques on how to enhance company effectiveness through failure maps that describe past failures accurately and succinctly. The book has been written specifically for professionals working in all levels of maintenance, including managers, engineers, and consultants.

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High-Pressure Pipe Cleaners

November 2, 2009 7:43 am

Two new Typhoon 10 rotating water jet nozzles from NLB Corp. clean pipes as small as 5/8” in diameter. The 24-10 is ideal for applications requiring water pressure of up to 24,000 psi, while the Typhoon 15-10 is for pressures up to 15,000 psi. These self-propelling nozzles rotate at up to 7,000 rpm with a maximum flow of 10 gpm.

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Truly Mobile Cleaning

November 2, 2009 7:41 am

Hosty (Camas, WA) introduces the Trail Blazer mobile cleaning trailer for on-site or in the field cleaning. The Trail Blazer is a rugged single axle trailer unit with a 200-gallon water tank. Users can select from over 10 gas-powered pressure washers, ranging from 3 to 5.

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Harness The Power Of Water

November 2, 2009 7:40 am

Guardair Corporation (Chicopee, MA) have announced the addition of two new sizes to their HydroForce Power Wash Gun family: 1/2” and 3/8”. The HydroForce combines compressed air and water, resulting in an air/water jet stream perfect for heavy-duty cleaning. The power washer is designed to operate on compressed air supplied by either an in-plant or 185 tow-behind compressor, and standard municipal utility water.

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Be A Video Historian

November 2, 2009 3:17 am

Longwatch, Inc. (Norwood, MA), developer of the Video Historian for Video MES applications, has announced support of the Wonderware ActiveFactory trend chart object. This allows users to link plant video directly Wonderware’s graphical data trends charts automatically.

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Get Coupled

November 2, 2009 3:16 am

The new EZ-Lock Spindle Coupling Kits from Brookfield Engineering (Middleboro, MA) are now available for the Helipath Stand, DIN Adapter, Thermosel, and the Vane Spindle Set. The Spindle Coupling allows technicians to easily attach and detach spindles, and features of the individual kits include: A UL Adapter for low viscosity materials.

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Flexible Safety

November 2, 2009 3:15 am

Gamewell-FCI (Northford, CT), a subsidiary of Honeywell, has expanded its Flex Series with two fire alarm releasing panels designed to offer flexible control of single- and dual-hazard agent-based suppression or deluge systems. Both panels are listed to Ul/ANSI-864 Ninth Edition standards for supplemental fire protection.

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Look Cool While Welding

November 2, 2009 3:02 am IMPO

Kimberly-Clark Professional (Roswell, GA) has added four new graphic designs to its Jackson-brand Halo X welding helmets. Welders can select the helmet design, auto darkening filter, and graphics to meet their specific needs and preferences. According to the company, individualized choices can help improve compliance, helping to ensure worker safety, maximizing performance, and enabling workers to exhibit a personal style on the job.

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Keeping An Eye On Things

October 29, 2009 7:52 am

Invensys Operations Management (Plano, TX) announces the availability of its Avantis PRO 5.0 enterprise asset management (EAM) software that allows users to organize, track, and manage maintenance activity and costs over time. The new version of the EAM solution includes customizable screen views and improvements in data-type awareness, multi-column list controls, and maintenance entity value optimization.

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Get A Networkout

October 29, 2009 7:50 am

Opto 22 (Temecula, CA) has partnered with N-TRON Corporation to sell the company’s line of industrial Ethernet switches and wireless access points.  The N-TRON switches can operate in temperatures from -40 to 85°C, in addition to increased shock and vibration resistance.

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Designed To Be Struck

October 29, 2009 7:50 am

Snap-On Industrial (Kenosha, WI) has expanded its lines of heavy-duty striking wrenches and 1” Drive Flank Drive impact sockets. The striking wrenches range from 13/16” to 4-5/8” and feature the company’s Flank Drive design. A dense, rectangular beam helps maintain rigidity and transfers more power.

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