Archive for August, 2011

Longer Life Span

Friday, August 19th, 2011

A combination of plasma nitriding and a hard-facing layer effectively extend the lifespan of tools that are subjected to high wear. The increased production dependability enhances delivery reliability and the competitiveness of the entire enterprise. Abrasion, corrosion, cavitation, adhesion, and erosion are all wear mechanisms induced by additives in polymers; these factors often lead to […]

Liquid Level Controls from Warren Rupp

Friday, August 12th, 2011

WARREN RUPP® – Accessories Liquid Level Controls from Warren Rupp® Liquid Process Controllers for Every Application Typical Applications: • Moisture Collection • Inventory Levels • QC Tolerances • Concentration • Temperature • Air Filtration • Distance • Vacuum • Level • Flow Industry Proven on Demanding Applications: • Chemical Processing and Petrochemicals • Environmental • […]

Agglomerative Acrylic Shavings Can't Bridge in Torit PowerCore®

Friday, August 5th, 2011

Light and fluffy, almost like movie-set snow, the shaved trimmings from acrylic airplane windows flew all over the plant and stuck to everything. What a mess. The maintenance crew had been using a baghouse collector, but the stringy, clingy trimmings just packed it full. The crew then took the 'bone yard' approach of trying all […]

Taylor Products: Model A Valve Bag Air Packer

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Taylor Products: Model A Valve Bag Air Packer Taylor Products’ Model A Packers are pneumatic aeration packers designed specifically for powders and powder mixes, such as flour, cement, and chemicals, although they effectively handle granular materials too. The Model A was the first packer with Taylor’s precise bulk and dribble fill cycles. Package powder and […]