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A manufacturer of ultraviolet and infrared optical products has reported major production benefits following the change to EnSolv, a vapour degreasing solvent for critical component cleaning.
The Slag Detection System (SDS-E) from Land Instruments has been developed to monitor and aid control of slag carry-over from one process to another.
norelem provides a range of standardised fastening points that can be screwed in or welded on for many uses.
The Omni-8 micro is the smallest annunciator yet from Omniflex, designed for use in space-restricted areas and for low input counts.
The Scorpion Color Identification Vision App is used to identify the colour of any object or area. It has a simple operator screen, and is claimed to be easy to configure.
The answer is no. As IRISS explains in this Tech Byte, no infrared (IR) viewing pane or individual component can ever be arc rated or protect you from an arc flash explosion. Arc flash explosions have the potential to produce a shock blast of up to 700 miles per hour with a core temperature of up to 15,000°C. Currently, there are no infrared viewing pane lens materials that can resist these extreme levels of temperature or force.
FLIR Systems has announced a distribution agreement with RS Components. This partnership will give RS Components’ customers access to a range of FLIR thermal-imaging cameras and premium-grade instruments for testing and troubleshooting in preventative maintenance and building science.
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