The AMI Motorized Axial Fans from Continental Fan (Buffalo, NY) are suited to applications where space is limited due to the coupling of the motor and impeller, which also provides for vibration-free operation. The AMI fans are speed controllable, and both the motor and impeller are located directly in the air stream, where the impeller acts as a rotating “heat sink.
STOKO Skin Care (Greensboro, NC) offers a variety of ethanol-based hand sanitizers for use when typical hand-and-soap washing is not possible or feasible, such as in industrial environments. The Gel Instant Hand Sanitizer provides rapid germ-killing activity when hand-washing facilities are not readily available.
Allegro Industries (Garden Grove, CA) offers new products in ergonomic protection, including back and wrist supports, kneepads, and elbow supports for specific jobs. The wrist supports, including the Dual-Flex and Maxrist offerings, feature the all-around comfort and support of Neoprene.
Wildeck, Inc. (Waukesha, WI) has added two Laddergard Safety Swing Gates that protect personnel at potentially dangerous openings, including loading dock ladders, mezzanine ladders, rooftop access ladders, and more. The safety swing gates are self-closing and meet OSHA 1910.
The Workman Personal Fall Limiter from MSA (Pittsburgh, PA) is made from a lightweight yet durable thermoplastic housing, plus rugged, impact-absorbing protective bumpers. A choice of cable or web lifelines are available, not to mention a multitude of connector choices. The Workman PFL is made to be durable and easy to use, according to the manufacturer, and has a 400-pound working capacity, no annual recertification requirement, and an integral load indicator.
The new Elevation Station adjustable-height workstation from Southworth Products Corp. (Portland, ME) allows the user to raise or lower the tabletop, reducing fatigue and back strain. The unit features a foot pedal at each end of the base to initiate a smooth, precise transition to any height between 24” to 40”.
Thybar (Addison, IL) introduces the Retro-mate, a cost-effective method of replacing rooftop HVACs. The old unit is removed, and then the Retro-mate is installed on top of the existing curb to adapt it to the new rooftop unit. Existing ductwork can be utilized for even more savings, according to the manufacturer.
Custom Service & Design, Inc. (Auburn Mills, MI) offers a line of filtration products and solutions through its standard vessel line, which includes standard bags, pleated bags, stainless steel strainers, baskets, and elements. The OEM/07A Bag Vessel design is unique to the company, and offers good fluid flow and low velocities, not to mention a basket seat that ensures a proper fit for virtually any industry-standard filter bag.
The High Volume Low Speed (HVLS) fans from Kelley Company (Carrollton, TX) can move a large column of air slowly, creating a horizontal floor jet that consistently circulates air in large spaces. This allows facilities to raise thermostats in the summer without sacrificing worker comfort, and can help contribute to LEED Certification credits.
CASS Polymers (Oklahoma City, OK) offer the PolyMax Industrial Plant Floor Systems, which are able to withstand extreme temperature changes and thermal shock, with a similar coefficient of expansion compared to concrete. The system is available in slip-resistant profile for wet environments, and is installed in 3/16” or greater thicknesses.
Wireway Husky Corp. (Denver, NC) has developed a modular, welded wire partition system that is easy to install in a wide range of storage and machinery applications. The EZ-Matrix Wire Partition System features an 8-gauge 2” square welded wire mesh modular construction.
HEMCO (Independence, MO) now offers the Emergency Shower Booth for compliance with OSHA requirements. The unit is capable of immediately drenching personnel that have been exposed to hazardous chemicals, and is ideal for industrial environments. The unit is equipped with a pull rod activated shower and push handle eye/face wash for quick rinsing of the eyes, face, and body.
The LS Industrial Fans from AIRLANCO (Falls City, NE) can handle heavy-duty dust loads or coarse materials safely and efficiently with convenient service access. The fans can serve as components in dust collection or cyclone systems, and range from 1,000 to 100,000 cfm.
General Equipment Company (Owatonna, MN) introduces the EP20ACP Downforce Convection Blower intended for a variety of applications, such as drying damp environments, keeping personnel cool, or diluting contaminated air. The multi-bladed propeller draws warm, dry air from above and forces it downward at a high velocity, drying wet surfaces along the way.
Zoneworks (Milwaukee, WI) now offers insulated pallet covers to maintain product temperatures at any point throughout the supply chain. The covers are custom-designed with advanced materials and flexible structure that helps maintain the proper temperature of heated or cooled palletized products.
Lista International Corporation (Holliston, MA) has developed its durable Mobile MRO Workstations, which feature high-density storage cabinets on wheels. The stations can be easily maneuvered to bring parts, tools, supplies, and equipment directly to job sites, saving time and increasing productivity.
Kelley Company (Carrollton, TX) has launched a new High Volume Low Speed (HVLS) Fan series, designed to provide facilities with an energy-efficient and cost-effective cooling and heating solution. The fans create a horizontal floor jet that consistently circulates air in large spaces, which provides an 8-10 degree cooling sensation.
The Interna-Rail handrail system from Hollaender Manufacturing (Cincinnati, OH) is an in-line fitting based system designed to combine the look of a welded rail with all the benefits of a mechanical system. The system can be designed to meet any building code. Its fittings are manufactured from 6063-T6 aluminum alloy and the pipe is a combination of 6005-T5 and 6063-T6 alloys.
Shure Manufacturing (Washington, MO) offers new Recycle Cabinets, which have a large swing-out door to reveal a 40-gallon plastic receptacle with dolly for recyclable materials. The steel door can be closed to conceal unsightly containers, making the customer’s service area look clean and organized, while helping the environment.
Fike (Blue Springs, MO) has introduced a new brand for its entire line of explosion protection products. The EPIC brand includes explosion venting, flameless venting, explosion isolation (chemical and mechanical), explosion suppression, and more. The EPIC name stands for “Explosion Protection Integrated Components,” and has changed the branding on other model names, so customers are encouraged to visit www.
The Climate Curtains from Goff’s Enterprises, Inc. (Pewaukee, WI) are designed to reduce temperature loss and separate space with double-paneled vinyl curtain walls lined with Thinsulate from 3M. These curtains are ideal in applications involving freezer and cooler areas, loading docks, food processing lines, and warehouse separation, according to the company.
Trane (Chicago, IL) has developed the Performance Climate Changer air handler, with capacities up to 60,000 cfm. The air handler features energy recovery, airflow monitoring, and advanced humidity control options that improve the building environment and better control temperature and humidity.
The Garland Company, Inc. (Cleveland, OH) has extended its reflective product line to include the Pyramic Base Coat, which is an applicator-friendly natural buff base coat. The color allows the applicator to see where the base and finish coats have been applied, ensuring proper coverage.
MovinCool (Long Beach, CA) has released a new video that presents the features of its CM12 and CM25 celing-mounted commercial spot air conditioners. The CM12 and CM25 are designed to fit in the cramped ceiling space above equipment closets or server roomers, and built-in mounting brackets allow for a quick installation.
Cornell Iron Works, Inc. (Mountain Top, PA) announces that it will distribute the line of industrial rubber doors from TNR Industrial Doors, Inc. The Extreme Performance Doors have been designed for applications with extreme dirt or corrosive factors, such as torrential rain, blizzard snow, scorching heat, or frigid cold.