Ludeca Inc., Doral, FL, is offering two new videos on alignment, vibration, and balancing. The first video examines the features and benefits of the Rotalign Ultra shaft alignment system with continuous sweep measurement mode and wireless Bluetooth communication to the sensor.
Metalfab Inc., Vernon, NJ, is offering a free brochure on feeding equipment for a wide range of processing industry applications. Included are sections on weigh feeders, volumetric feeders, and volumetric belt feeders.
ISPE, a global not-for-profit association of more than 23,000 pharmaceutical manufacturing professionals, has released its Good Practice Guide: Commissioning and Qualification of Pharmaceutical Water and Steam Systems.
A free brochure from DeWAL Industries, Saunderstown, RI, explains how high-performance polymer films improve flexible hose designs.
MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division, Cary, NC, has introduced a free product catalog for linear position feedback solutions for fluid power.
A new Web site that contains thousands of high-precision brand name instruments, accessories, and supplies for a variety of laboratory applications has been introduced by Mass and Measurement of Canton, MA.
Scientific Dust Collectors, Alsip, IL, has a new product catalog on CD that details baghouse and cartridge dust collectors and offers in-depth information on various applications.
Dust collection systems should not be overlooked in the ongoing effort to cut energy costs.
Brady Corp., Milwaukee, WI, is introducing several new products in its lockout/tagout solutions catalog.
Upgrading the seal material, for example, to a fluoropolymer or PTFE can extend a seal's thermal limit.
Better productivity and product quality generate increase in revenues By Ing. José Manuel Cardel Gonzalez and Oliver Faidi Cortes Automation of laboratory data capture and analysis is seen as the major challenge facing the petrochemical industry.
In a recent teleconference with key members of the press, DuPont executives talked about the breakthrough the company is making in developing high-performance products with reduced perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) content.
Here's why Y-pattern valves might offer a better option By Paul Ainsworth Over the years, the ball valve has played a major supporting role in food manufacturing plant utilities: steam, water, and CIP chemicals. Invented for use in firefighting systems aboard U.S.
REACH, the European Commission's newly initiated and controversial chemicals policy, will enter into force on June 1.
Nanomaterial manufacturer nGimat may have accidentally found a solution to some of industry's biggest environmental problems.