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The CHM series cable height meters from Megger utilise ultrasonic techniques to determine the height of up to six overhead cables and wires.
Garrandale has developed a complete solution that provides a safe and cost-effective means of dispensing fuel, lube oil, coolants and detergents.
LC Automation has launched its product catalogue for 2014–15. In this third edition, the company provides product details, buyer guides and more.
To increase the capacity of its drop-forging shop, Buderus Edelstahl Schmiedetechnik has invested in an automatic press line for truck wheel hubs. The forgings are handled by 10 KR 210 robots.
Weiss Technik UK has installed six customised Fitotron plant growth rooms at Syngenta. The customised rooms are used for research into weed control.
Eaton Corporation has used Minitab statistic software as part of three quality improvement projects. Several divisions of the company benefited.
In this technical bulletin, Master Chemical highlights the visible part of the Hazardous Materials Index System or HMIS. This system is used by the industry to quickly communicate health and safety information in a uniform visual manner to the end user of the product. This voluntary system was created to provide a quick reference to critical health and safety information.
Berg Propulsion manufacturers ship propellers for a variety of vessels. Safety and reliability are vital for marine propulsion. According to Anders Christofferson, managing director at Berg Propulsion, Loctite products — for example the Loctite 638 retaining compound, the Loctite 7063 cleaner and degreaser and the Loctite 243 threadlocker — increase the reliability of the company’s propellers.
AVX has launched the FRC series of medium-power DC-link film capacitors, which feature a range of capacitance and voltage values in addition to self-healing properties.
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Cardiff University’s Cardiff Racing Formula Student team is using Sigmadrive motor controllers from PG Drives Technology in its first electric-powered Formula Student vehicle. Curtis-Wright’s Industrial division supplied the technology via Lynch Motor Company.