The Series CU hose reels from Reelcraft (Columbia City, IN) are designed for lighter-duty applications that require longer lengths of low-pressure air/water hose. The reels are hand cranked with a balanced brass swivel and inlet. The four available models come with the ability to handle up to 100’ of 3/8” or 1/2” I.
Kinetic Technologies, Inc. (Wickliffe, OH) has introduced a double 48” x 96” flat deck cart for towing up to 4,000 pounds. The four-wheel steering improves tracking of carts in long trains, which helps cornering or maneuvering in tight aisles. The one-piece, 7-gage deck is laser cut and rides 15” off the ground.
The XE-3 from Chemineer (Dayton, OH) is a high-efficiency axial flow impeller for heat transfer, blending, and solids suspension applications. The XE-3 impeller is as much as 10 percent more efficient than the HE-3 model in turbulent mixing, which can reduce energy costs in both new and retrofit applications.
The E-Z Tec DSP Metal Detector Standard Conveyor Systems from Eriez (Erie, PA) provides users with protection against ferrous and nonferrous metal contamination. The standard conveyor system includes a continuously-welded 304 stainless steel frame, wash-down drive, variable speed control, UHMW slider bed, and more.
The AquaPruf 7400 Ultimate Series from Dorner (Hartland, WI) has been certified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as the only modular conveyor approved for the meat and poultry industry. The 7400 Ultimate comes with several advanced design benefits, such as: The ability to go from fully assembled to completely disassembled in less than two minutes, without tools, for fast and effective sanitation.
Bushman AvonTec (Milwaukee, WI) has developed a coil grab, which easily handles densely-packed slit coils. The adjustable coil lifter has flexible lifting legs that fit between the coils and rotate into the I.D. for a safe lift. The hooks are adjustable in two-inch increments to permit handling coils of varying thicknesses.
JLG Industries, Inc. (McConnellsburg, PA) has announced that it is re-launching its vertical mast lift, the T26E. The mast boom lift features a vertical telescopic mast with a jib that enables operators to reach above and around obstacles. The lift is ideal for plant maintenance applications, heating, HVAC, and workers in automotive plants, according to the company.
Linde Material Handling—North America Corporation (Summerville, SC) has introduced its new RX60 series of electric counterbalanced sit-down lift trucks. The eight models in the series have capacities ranging from 5,000 to 10,000 pounds, and are ideal for any manufacturing businesses with a need for emission-free, high-performance trucks.
The OHAUS VN Series Floor Scales and Platforms from OHAUS Corporation (Pine Brook, NJ) offer a high-quality construction to minimize distortion under heavy loads, thereby ensuring years of dependable use, according to the company. The VN Series makes use of welded steel ribs and a thick top plate design to provide structural stiffness, while the cross-hatch surface pattern increases slip resistance.
TKF, Inc . (Cincinnati, OH) now offers overhead monorail and power and free conveyor systems, which are ideal for small manufacturing plants, according to the company. The systems can accommodate products weighing up to 6,000 pounds. In addition, they can reduce material handling between sequential processes while accommodating static work station operations.
MISUMI USA, Inc. (Schaumburg, IL) has recently added two new styles to its family of miniature conveyors. The compact motorized systems are designed to perform precise, automated short-run conveying in machine building, as well as in testing and inspection applications. The new models include: The CVSMA — Flat Belt Single Track Mini Conveyor (70mm) — with a built-in motor drive between frames.
Akro-Mils (Akron, OH) has introduced a smaller-sized bin and new rack design for its Easy Flow Gravity Hopper system. The smaller and lighter 31620BLUE hopper has a six-gallon holding capacity. According to the company, the other features of the system includes: A large, angled top opening that allows for easy filling.
The ZE series of 600 bar electric pumps from Enerpac (Milwaukee, WI) have been engineered to save power and increase reliability by reducing the number of moving parts it incorporates, according to the company. The enclosed, fan-cooled electric motor supplies extended life and stands up to harsh industrial environments.
The LS Barge pump, built by Ruhrpumpen (Tulsa, OK) is a vertical, self-contained pump with a primary self-priming first-stage impeller capable of handling products for efficient stripping. The vertical unit requires minimal space and handles a large variety of petroleum distillates and other materials.
Dorner (Hartland, WI) has developed the new 3200 Series iDrive belt conveyor, which offers faster speeds, increased weight capacity, and indexing capabilities, according to the company. The iDrive Series integrates the motor, gearbox, and motor controller all within the frame of the conveyor, which allows the design to fit into tight spaces without worry.
Grieve (Round Lake, IL) has developed the No. 961, which is an electrically-heated, 350°F vertical conveyor, which can be used for preheating baskets of steel parts. The unit has 4” insulated walls and an aluminized steel interior and exterior, and comes with a removeable top-mounted heat chamber, plus a motor-operated vertical lift door.
The universal dolly, designed to carry both pad- and pole-mounted transformers, from Tiiger, Inc. (Mt. Juliet, TN) uses a unique three-wheel design to provide a stable load platform that can be easily repositioned for loading and unloading. The high-yield steel construction and low-pressure turf tires allow the system to carry transformers up to 1,000 pounds.
Columbus McKinnon Corporation (CMCO — Amherst, NY) announces the launch of a new line of wire rope hoists in capacities from 25 to 50 tons. The core of the Yale Global Max HC is a double-girder style, which contains numerous features that set it apart from other hoists. The external hoist motor helps optimize cooling by preventing heat transfer in either direction, and allows for easy maintenance.
Southworth Products (Portland, ME) has redesigned its Dandy Lift line of lifter/transporters for a higher level of convenience and comfort to make work faster and safer. The hydraulic systems offer infinite height adjustment, with a 20:1 mechanical advantage. Seven models are available with a range of capacities (330 to 1,760 pounds), lifting heights (29” to 49.
Moyno, Inc. (Springfield, OH) has developed the Moyno L-Frame Progressing Cavity Pump for handling clean, thin, shear-sensitive products to viscous, corrosive, abrasive slurries, and sludges. According to the company, they are built for dependable performance and maximum operating efficiency.
The new and improved Super Power Pusher from NuStar, Inc. (Shakopee, MN) is a pedestrian-operated, battery-powered pusher that has the ability to push, pull, and maneuver industrial loads up to 150,000 pounds. The system eliminates forklifts or other more expensive ride-on equipment, increasing productivity and creating a safer work environment by keeping the load under control.
The Revvo Caster Company, Inc. (West Seneca, NY) has announced its upgraded Flexello TLCH Series floor locks, designed to provide a means of instantly securing a truck or other mobile equipment without raising it. The new TLCH features a longer and wider engagement pedal so the unit is safer and easier to lock into position.
igus (East Providence, RI) has developed a compact cable carrier system that can turn through 3,000 degrees in a minimal space: the TwisterBand TB30. The system guides energy, data, and media with little wear, and at high rotating speeds, the carrier stays close to the axis. According to igus, the carrier is designed for one and a half complete rotations, coupled with high dynamics.
A fully powered C-frame style vacuum upender 180° flipper from Anver Corp. (Hudson, MA) lets one person lift, inspect, and reposition wood, plastic, and composite sheets. The Upender allows operators to place sheets and panels in jigs for assembly or secondary operations with eight double spring-loaded vacuum suction pads to assure even loading and stress-free handling.
Southworth Products (Portland, ME) has designed its Dandy Lift line of lifter/transporters for more convenience and comfort to make work faster, safer, and easier. The hydraulic systems in the Dandy Lifts offer infinite height adjustment (within range) and a 20:1 mechanical advantage. In addition, they are available in seven models with a wide range of capacities (330 to 1,760 pounds) and lifting heights (29” to 49.