DuraLabel (Portland, OR) has launched a new portable, fully-integrated label printing system called Toro, which combines a full-sized flip-down keyboard, tilting touchscreen, and OSHA-ANSI compliance software, and a thermal-transfer printer. According to the company, the Toro does not need IT support or connectivity to a computer.
The Stainless Steel Arbor Shims from Precision Brand Products, Inc. (Downers Grove, IL) are available in 18 thicknesses in 12 different I.D/O.D. combinations. The shims are corrosion-resistant and can be used for fast, accurate spacing of milling cutters, gang cutters, saws, slitting blades and grinding tools.
NKE (Clifton Park, NY) is introducing bearing solutions for industrial gearboxes with spherical roller and taper roller bearings, along with angular contact and deep groove ball bearings. The roller bearings are offered in more than 3,000 different designs and versions, suitable for high radial loads and moderate-to-high speeds.
The HV Switchgear Lubricant from CRC (Warminster, PA) is a one-step lubricant and corrosion inhibitor for metering distribution and substation-class switchgear contacts. The non-flammable formula penetrates to coat contacts and provides corrosion protection, while the PowerJet spray nozzle allows application from a greater distance.
CGW-Camel Grinding Wheels (Niles, IL) has introduced a line of diamond wheels engineered for demanding metal applications, with a high concentration of diamond grip, a solid steel body, and an advanced brazing process. The longer-lasting life spans allow for increased production times and lower cost ratios.
The AlumiSeal brush-on methacrylate compound, from IMPCO Inc. (East Providence, RI), is formulated for sealing porosity in aluminum parts and welds that will contain liquids or gases under pressure. The low dynamic viscosity enables it to wick deeply into pores and between close-fitting non-ferrous metal surfaces.
Northfield Precision Instrument Corporation (Island Park, NY) has introduced their Model DPH-600W chuck, which is a 6” diameter, 6-jaw diaphragm model that has special jaws and six “air detect” holes for part seating confirmation. The chuck is counter-balanced to maintain exact jaw for up to 6,500 rpm.
Metabo Corporation (West Chester, PA) now offers a 4” wet polisher that provides more power and speed, making it ideal for polishing and finishing natural stone, artificial stone, and concrete. The PWE11-100 includes VTC (Vario Tacho Constamatic) electronic speed stabilization for increased productivity under heavy operating conditions.
The OILMISER Vapor Guard from JLM Systems Limited (Richmond, BC, Canada) is designed for lubricated gearboxes and bearing housings that are venting to atmosphere. The guard traps the migrating oil mist from a turbine gearbox before it escapes, before it fouls the air breather, and before it contaminates the workspace.
Joining Technologies, Inc. (East Granby, CT) has announced plans to add new features and functionality to its Infinite Web all-in-one coil joiner. The system incorporates laser cutting and welding with a single head, and new features enable the splicing of Titanium coils, as well as splicing on a 15° bias as an alternative to forming perpendicular joints.
Binder-USA (Camarillo, CA) has announced the addition of a knurled- and hex-threaded locking ring nut to the M12 Series 763 and 766 overmolded connectors. This new feature allows the connectors to be tightened with a torque wrench to ensure proper mating in industrial network and sensor applications.
To help companies increase the life of their MIG guns, Tregaskiss (Windsor, Ontario, Canada) is offering its unique Double-Life MIG Gun System, which features identical connections on the front and back ends of the MIG gun. When the front end or cable becomes worn, welding operators can flip-flop the gun’s components for new components.
Precision Brand Products (Downers Grove, IL) has introduced its 12” x 24” type 321 Heat Treating Sheets, which the company says is a more economical alternative to the standard tool wrap rolls. The sheet design keeps handling to a minimum and can accommodate a majority of parts, which means less risk of being cut.
igus (East Providence, RI) now offers a “quick-release” nut for its DryLin lead screw tables. According to the company, this makes format adjustments easier and faster by reducing the number of revolutions required to position the carriage on a lead screw assembly with a small pitch.
MISUMI USA, Inc. (Schaumburg, IL) has introduced a total of 19 new products to its Sanitary Pipes, Vacuum Piping Parts, and Tanks product category. They are suitable for use in liquid pumping and vacuum defoaming applications across a wide range of industries. The Pressure Tanks are designed to handle operating pressure ranges of 0.
Rotor Clip Company, Inc. (Somerset, NJ) has introduced its newest line of spiral retaining springs specifically designed to withstand the rigors and functional stresses of the wind power industry. A machined lughole — specially-designed to accommodate Rotor Clip’s V-Orbis tool — makes installation and removal easier than traditionally-designed spiral rings, which cannot be easily removed without damage to either the ring or application.
The CleanAC kit, from Controlled Release Technologies, Inc. (CRT; Shelby, NC), is an annual, four-step allocation process that rids HVAC handler units of build-up and accumulation by cleaning, sanitizing, and protecting both the evaporator coil and the condensate pan. By using the CleanAC kit, users can help buildings maintain positive indoor air quality and avoid odor problems originating in the HVAC system.
Lincoln Electric (Cleveland, OH) has updated their Outback 145 portable welding machine with a Kohler 9.5 HP Model CH395 OHC (overhead cam) gasoline engine. The Kohler engine features a cast iron cylinder liner for a long engine life, as well as automatic shutdown on low oil levels. According to the company, it delivers 145 amps of DC output welding for use with up to 1/8” stick electrodes on steel, stainless steel, cast iron, and hardfacing projects.
Markal (Elk Grove Village, IL) has developed the PRO-LINE WP, and industrial-grade liquid paint marker that can be used on wet surfaces. The marker is made with a permanent, fast-drying, and low-VOC formula, which helps it resist spreading when in contact with water or water-based liquids. The formula is safe for use on stainless steel and other super alloys, plus carbon steels, aluminum, powder coating, PVC plastics, coding alloys, textiles, and even rubber.
CGW-Camel Grinding Wheels (Niles, IL) now offers a full line of USA-made carbide burs for metal working in three main styles of cuts: single, double, and aluminum. The single-cut burs are good for general purpose work and provide good material removal, according to the company, while double-cut burs produce smaller chips for greater operator control on applications such as stainless steels and ferrous materials.
Weldcraft (Appleton, WI) is offering the WP-17 Series of air-cooled TIG torches, which include six different styles, including those with gas valves and flex necks. They provide 150-amp DC and 115-amp AC welding capabilities at a 60 percent duty cycle. According to the company, the torches feature the company’s exclusive Diamond Grip torch body, which promotes a secure grip and greater control, no matter the welding position.
The DryLin R linear plain bearings, from igus (East Providence, RI), can be used to replace PTFE-lined bearings in a variety of industries, according to the company. They have been optimized for aggressive environments thanks to patented dirt channels, which are grooved inlays on the bearing’s liner that prevent buildup.
ITW Dymon (Olathe, KS) has developed the SCRUBS Green Cleaning Wipes for hard surface cleaning with environmental advantages, according to the company. The 6 by 10.5” wipes are saturated with a non-toxic, biodegradable, and non-flammable formula. They contain no dyes, disperse in water, and are flushable.
Master Bond (Hackensack, NJ) has developed the EP30LTE-LO, which uses a special blend of polymeric and inorganic materials. The two-component epoxy combines outstanding performance with a low thermal expansion coefficient. According to the company, it is serviceable over the wide range of -60 to 250°F, and cures at room temperature, with 85 percent of its maximum strength developed within 48 hours.
General Machine Products Company, Inc. (GMP; Trevose, PA) has added new cable lashers to its line of aerial utility tools and equipment. The Apollo Lasher, the C2 Lasher, the J2 Lasher, and the G Lasher are designed for the placement of new cables and lashing previously-installed cables. Each come with dual wire magazines for housing stainless steel lashing wire, a 6’ towing bridle, and a storage chest.