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September 14, 2009 5:25 am IMPO

La-Man (Port Orange, FL) has developed a series of Extractor/Dyers that are designed as a point-of-use filter to efficiently remove moisture and contaminants from compressed air systems. The Extractor/Dyer is a two-stage filter designed to operate most effectively within twenty-five feet of the point of use.

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Fume Venting, Anywhere

September 11, 2009 8:46 am IMPO

The Place-A-Vent Portable Fume Extractor (PFE) from Vent-A-Kiln (Buffalo, NY) is a continuation of the original wall-mounted Place-A-Vent fume extractor, and utilizes a high-pressure fan unit fabricated with 14-gage steel housing. A self-cleaning cast aluminum wheel keeps maintenance easy.

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E-Z Hooks And Picks

September 11, 2009 8:45 am

E-Z Red (Deposit on the Delaware, NY) offers the Universal Interchangeable 8-Piece hook and pick set, featuring an ergonomic chemical-resistant handle with quick-disconnect. The tools quickly and easily pull clips, rings, seals, cotter pins, washers, and other small parts.

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‘Best Practices’ For Plant Managers

September 11, 2009 8:45 am

Industrial Press (New York, NY) has released a book by Ramesh Gulati, titled “Maintenance and Reliability Best Practices,” designed to provide a thorough understanding of how plant managers can operate their machinery more reliably and at a lower cost. The easy-to-understand style allows readers of all kinds — from seasoned plant managers and product designers to students looking to break into the field — to follow and learn the information.

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XL Scrubber For Big Facilities

September 11, 2009 8:44 am

Advance US (Plymouth, MN) now offers the Condor XL, a 67-inch wide rider-scrubber with 100-gallon solution and recovery tanks. According to the company, the Condor XL can cover up to 100,000 square feet of open floor space on a single tank of solution, increasing productivity and reducing cleaning costs.

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Electronic Pressure Switch

September 10, 2009 7:39 am

WIKA (Lawrenceville, GA) has released the PSD-30, an electronic pressure switch with display, which can be used in machine-building, hydraulics, pneumatics, pumps, or compressors. The display is easily-readable and robust, and the PSD-30 features an intuitive setup. In addition, the switch is flexible for your particular application.

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The Eco-Friendly Mini-Heater

September 10, 2009 7:39 am

The Reznor (Memphis, TN) Model CAUA, a vertical gas-fired air handler is available with staged heating from 75 to 400MBH to provide the right amount of heat in non-extreme conditions. This system will save on energy usage particularly during the fall and spring, but also during mild winters.

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Safety That’s Cool

September 10, 2009 7:38 am

Gateway Safety (Cleveland, OH) has developed the Serpent Ventilated Safety Helmet, designed to offset the adverse effects of working in hot weather. According to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, workers in hot environments face the risk of heat stress, which can lower mental alertness and physical performance, particularly when wearing safety clothing.

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Strike A Chord

September 10, 2009 7:38 am

Martin Tool & Forge (Fort Worth, TX) has three styles of drop-forged, heavy-duty striking wrenches, including the offset 12 point, straight-pattern 12 point, and “roughneck” straight-pattern six point. All three styles are produced using alloy steel and are heat-treated for extended life, especially when used on difficult fasteners requiring large amounts of force.

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High-Heat Ceramic Sealant

September 8, 2009 5:29 am IMPO

Cotronics (Brooklyn, NY) has engineered the Thermeez 7030, a ceramic-based sealer that is ideal in high-temperature (up to 1,800°F) applications, notably exhaust systems, diesel engines, gas turbines, and heating plants. Unlike epoxy-based adhesives, the 7030 sealer provides high expansion even in the warmest environments.

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Ferret Out Your Ferrite

September 8, 2009 5:28 am

Gardco (Pompano Beach, FL) has developed the Feritscope, which measures the ferrite content in austenitic and duplex steel. Welds that must survive the rigors of processing plants, where heat, aggressive media, and pressure are all present, can crack if the ferrite content is too low, and become weak if the content is too high.

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Low-Volatile Adhesives

September 8, 2009 5:27 am IMPO

Royal Adhesives and Sealants LLC (South Bend, IN) announces the launch of its new line of Silaprene LVOC (low-volatile organic content) contact adhesives and cements. These new adhesives and cements are EPA-compliant and contain less than 250 grams per liter of VOCs compared to over 600 grams per liter of VOCs in traditional solvent-based contact adhesives and cements.

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Improved Gas Detection

September 8, 2009 5:25 am

Detcon (The Woodlands, TX) has reengineered its gas detection sensor, named the Series 200 UniTox, to included a significantly-improved mechanical assembly and a more economical price. The UniTox line incorporates a common Universal Transmitter Module with a wide range of Intelligent Sensor Modules (ISM) capable of monitoring more than 40 toxic gases.

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Print On Anything — Even Fruit

September 4, 2009 8:15 am

SATO (Charlotte, NC) has announced that SATO printers currently support the GS1 Composite Symbology — GS1 DataBar. The DataBar makes printing on small, hard-to-mark items like loose produce easy. The system can even provide barcode information, like weight, price, or data codes.

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Be ‘Explosion-Proof’

September 4, 2009 8:14 am

Nilfisk CFM (Malvern, PA) announces the launch of a new micro-site that specifically address the potentially-dangerous issue of combustible dust in the manufacturing industry. The website can be seen at www.explosionproof-vacuum.com . The website utilizes video, fact sheets, application photos, and links to sites like OSHA to provide manufacturers access to pertinent information regarding combustible dust.

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24 Volts — Just Right

September 4, 2009 8:14 am IMPO

LEWCO (Sandusky, OH) is offering a line of conveyors that utilize 24 volt DC technology, including a chain-drive live roller, belt-driven live roller, and a chain conveyor. With the 24 volt DC technology, zero-pressure zoned accumulation conveyors can be constructed without the typical limitations found with most O-ring drive conveyors.

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Modular, Upgradable Shower Systems

September 4, 2009 6:08 am IMPO

Kadant AES (Queensbury, NY) extends its line of cleaning and conditioning products with the release of its Genesis™ modular shower system. The base module includes a single tube shower pipe, along with spray nozzles, but the system can be upgraded with internal stainless steel brushes, oscillation, and a second tube for better performance.

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Roll Out The Cable

September 1, 2009 11:53 am

igus (East Providence, RI) has developed the Rol-E-Chain cable carriers, which have built-in wheels to facilitate travel over long distances, such as on a crane. The wheels are integrated into the cable carrier’s side links to reduce friction, which allows travels over 2,600 feet at speeds up to 32.

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Laser System Sensors

September 1, 2009 11:53 am

SICK (Minneapolis, MN) announces the LMS100 and LMS111 series of non-safety rated laser measurement system sensors. The LMS111 system is a non-contact sensor specifically designed for outdoor anti-collision environments, while the LMS100 is designed for indoor profiling.

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Powder-Coated and Impact-Resistant

September 1, 2009 11:52 am

Martin Tool & Forge (Fort Worth, TX) has added powder coated handles to its line of broached crank handles. The black epoxy powder coating offers an improved appearance over a basic mill finish, and is impact, abrasion, and chemical resistant. The 11 stock sizes are available with square bores from 1/2 to 1”.

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