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Components used by engineers and manufacturers that are concerned with machinery and tooling. Includes fasteners, springs, seals and gaskets, pumps, valves, fluid power and hydraulics, pneumatics, filtration and process hardware.

Swing bolts and fork ends

Product catalogue: WDS's range of swing bolts and fork ends download

WDSWed, 23 Jul 2014

This catalogue presents WDS’s range of swing bolts and fork ends. The catalogue also covers DIN rod ends, swivel-eye rose joints and angle joints.

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Process water filtration

Technical article: process water filtration shouldn’t be clear as mud downloadweblink

Industrial Purification SystemsTue, 22 Jul 2014

According to Steve Cupples of Industrial Purification Systems, industry worldwide uses water in many different ways and in different amounts; therefore, water-saving technology is, in many cases, used in multiple applications. The commonalities, however, are that highly efficient water-saving techniques are proven to not only reduce an organisation’s carbon footprint but also to make huge savings on energy bills and improve production and performance.

Processes and terminology of sealing profiles

White paper: extrusion processes used in specification of sealing profiles download

EMKAThu, 10 Jul 2014

Synthetic rubber is a common material used in virtually every industrial application and available in a range of compounds. Its versatility, resilience and dynamic properties make it an effective choice for applications involving shock absorption, sealing and fluid transportation. Although different rubber processing methods exist, extrusion remains a popular choice for many manufacturers because of the neat, uniform way extruded rubber products can be produced.

Element valves in a decentralised setup

Technical article: simplicity is key to design for pneumatic control automation systems downloadweblink

Burkert Fluid Control SystemsTue, 10 Jun 2014

The use of pneumatic process control systems has been adopted by a variety of industries, and as the complexity of these control systems grows, so it becomes even more important to ensure high levels of reliability and integrity. However, not every system requires a huge valve island or bus communication to achieve the required level of automation. Neil Saunders looks at the common components and processes involved.