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Engineered coatings from Curtiss-Wright enable users to protect against corrosion, improve part wear life and performance and reduce maintenance costs.
The UNO range of high-precision, standalone, non-contact temperature measurement systems from Land Instruments benefits from a rugged and versatile design
Pedrum Kamali, who works within the Radiation Protection Service at Royal Surrey County Hospital, uses a brushless DC motor from maxon.
This brochure presents a range of accompanying marker variants from Weidmüller. Products covered include transparent sleeves, shrink-fit tubes, cable markers, labels and tag carriers.
Guttridge offers ‘en-masse’ conveying/elevating machines designed for the efficient handling of most granular and small-lump materials.
The DELMIA Apriso aerospace and defence industry solution gives manufacturers a unified solution to improve efficiency and flexibility.
This checklist from Showers & Eyebaths Services is a summary of the provisions of ANSI Z358.1-2009 relating to eye or eye/face wash and safety showers. Please refer to the standard for a complete listing of the provisions.
The WIN wireless monitoring system from WERMA can be used in applications where a call-for-action system is required. For example, in an assembly or packaging area, you may have andon lights fitted to the lines to indicate the status of the work being carried out there.
Harwin has expanded its EZBoardware range with the introduction of three RFI shield clips suitable for small and low-profile shield cans with wall thicknesses of between 0.15mm and 1.0mm. The clips are suitable for use in markets, ranging from consumer electronics through to industrial, instrumentation and control systems.
Latest Case Studies
Medical suture specialist PharmSouth has expanded its range using maxon DC motors and controllers, with a new inspection machine that will save labour and material costs and achieve a higher-quality product. PharmSouth’s new machine inspects the sutures for defects, enabling companies to make substantial savings in both labour and material costs and achieve a higher-quality product.