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A Cool solution for Eminox

The conundrum of how to cool down workers on the factory floor without creating a high velocity impact that would affect a tig (tungsten inert gas) welding process has been resolved with the installation of the Breezair Evaporative Cooling System at one of Eminox’s three factory buildings on its site in Lincolnshire. Temperatures in excess of 30°C have been reduced by up to 6°C to provide the workforce with a cooler and more pleasant working environment.
23rd January 2008

New Hygienic ThermoDrive® Vertical Scoop Belting

New Hygienic ThermoDrive® Vertical Scoop Belting
You now have the option to eliminate modular plastic belts in vertical conveyor applications with new ThermoDrive® Sprocket Driven Hygienic Vertical Scoop Belting. This is only available on Dorner’s AquaPruf conveyor line.
17th January 2008

New Dorner Conveyor CAD Models Available From Automation Supplies Ltd

New Dorner Conveyor CAD Models Available From Automation Supplies Ltd
To facilitate your CAD development of conveyor system drawings, extensive libraries of Dorner 2D and 3D CAD images are now easily downloadable and can be quickly integrated into your design.
17th January 2008


Metal Detectable Marker Pens

Contamination of food or pharmaceutical products can cost you money and your reputation. E-Components & Chains Limited of Pocklington UK manufactures and supplies a range of metal detectable products designed to overcome the problem of contamination.
16th January 2008

Low-pressure hot-water cleaners are environmentally friendly

Low-pressure hot-water cleaners are environmentally friendly
A range of low-pressure hot-water cleaners can be supplied by M Buttkereit Ltd. Called ph-cleantec, these mobile products provide a flexible, safe and efficient cleaning performance, with low atmospheric splashback to ensure a minimal ecological and environmental impact.
9th January 2008

White paper on bowl selection for a vibratory bowl feeder

White paper on bowl selection for a vibratory bowl feeder
Vibratory bowls can be made in a variety of material like cast aluminium, mild steel, stainless steel, polyamide, etc. Each of these materials has certain advantages as well as disadvantages. Bowls made of mild steel are not long lasting due to rusting and not so wear resistance. Over time, their performance deteriorates drastically. Aesthetic wise too, it does not look good. Hence, it is not recommended to select mild steel bowls.
7th January 2008

Elscint high speed vibratory feeder for thin parts

Elscint high speed vibratory feeder for thin parts
Elscint Automation has developed a vibrator bowl feeder for feeding of very thin washers.
17th December 2007

JDN HOISTS HANDLE 1000 M LONG LOAD

JDN HOISTS HANDLE 1000 M LONG LOAD
An air operated hoist from J D Neuhaus has been used for the safe and successful handling of an assembled pipeline string of some 1000 metres in length. This involved the connection of individual pipeline sections, each eight metres long, to create a completed string weighing 30 tonnes which had to be positioned within a mining shaft.
5th December 2007

Fanuc's new robot set to compete on price

Fanuc's new robot set to compete on price
Competition in the flexible automated food picking sector is set to drive down the costs of robots further, thanks to a new machine from Fanuc Robotics.
30th November 2007

Technology update increases versatility and capacity of robot cell

Technology update increases versatility and capacity of robot cell
Re-engineering a straight-forward robot palletising cell after only five years might seem excessive but for one manufacturer rethinking this operation, and utilising newer technology, has paid dividends.
30th November 2007


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