The new hand held E1100 industrial combustion gas analyzer from E Instruments has pre-calibrated and field replaceable sensors for O2 and CO. The analyzer also features: A built-in printer. Unbreakable metal probe connectors.
Flow Dynamics, Inc. has introduced its new Positive Displacement Calibrators, Liquid (PDCL) primary standard flowmeter calibrators. The PDCL 10, 60 and 400 series calibrators feature: A range from 0.01 GPM (0.04 LPM) to 400 GPM (1514 LPM). An uncertainty of ±0.05 percent.
The PT-104 is a 4-channel, temperature data acquisition module for use with Pt100 and Pt1000 RTD sensors. This high accuracy and high resolution unit: Measures temperature, resistance, and voltage. Doesn’t require a power supply. Is CE compliant.
Omega's new standalone datalogger features a high contrast LCD that can show a variety of temperature and humidity information. With this unit the user can cycle between current readings, along with maximum and minimum stored values for temperature and humidity.
Sigma Air Manager air or vacuum system monitors
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BinMaster’s SmartBob C-50 analog expansion console enables monitoring of multiple bins equipped with SmartBob2 or SmartBob-TS1 sensors from a single control console, thereby reducing the amount of required equipment, simplifying installation and lowering costs.
National Instruments has launched LabVIEW 2009, the latest version of the graphical system design software platform for control, test and embedded system development.
Kaeser Compressors’ Sigma Air Manager (SAM) monitors, sequences and analyzes low pressure air or vacuum system performance.
Omega's new wireless RTD probe/transmitter assembly features a stainless steel probe connected to a polypropylene water tight transmitter housing.
Omega's new MWTC series of wireless thermocouple connectors are available in standard J, K, T, E, R, S, B, C, or N type calibration.
By Jim McMahon Casco Inc. is all about processing of corn products. As one of Canada’s
JM Science have announced the release of their newest AQUACOUNTER® Coulometric Karl Fischer Titrator model AQ-300. With features like a fritless cell option, the AQ-300 is designed to deliver fast and accurate results.
BinMaster presents its SmartBob C-50 analog expansion console, which enables monitoring of multiple bins equipped with SmartBob2 or SmartBob-TS1 sensors from a single C-100 control console.
Emerson Process Management has unveiled a video demonstrating the technology, features and benefits of its CSI 9420 machinery health transmitter.
Omega 's highly accurate and portable documenting multi-function calibrator can measure and source thermocouples, RTDs, current, voltage, frequency, and pulse trains. The interface features: Arrow keys. Direct numeric keypad entry. Three software driven function buttons.
MiMiC v3.2 simulation software
By Christian Deville-Cavellin, Ugitech SA Every industrial process aims to optimize speed. For French stainless steel manufacturer Ugitech SA, that goal translates into running its continuous casting machines at the highest possible speed while maintaining its standard of quality.
OMEGA Engineering introduces its OM-SQ2010 portable, general-purpose data logger with 4 differential or 8 single-ended analog input channels to measure current, voltage, resistance and temperature, plus an additional 8 channels to automatically trigger or hault logging.
Hydraulic systems play a critical role in press operation, enabling the transfer and concentration of enormous force to press metal into desirable shapes in very hostile environments. However, conventional hydraulic systems can be highly inefficient, and lack the precise control necessary to achieve the highest levels of quality and productivity.
Survey results would indicate that this segment has not been hit as hard as others by current economic conditions.
Although this segment has been hit hard in recent years due to natural disasters in the Gulf of Mexico and a lack of interest in building more refineries, it is still surprising to see that investments in this sector could take a pretty dramatic step backwards in 2009.
As could be expected with a general grouping like this, which includes a wider range of facilities with varying production focuses, responses show some interesting ranges.
Although this encompasses a range of facilities with varying plants, respondents seem to be unified in taking a less severe, yet cautious attitude when looking ahead to 2009 purchases.
While the processing marketplace is not immune to cutbacks, the pharmaceuticals segment offers more promise than most.