Compact pneumatic cylinders

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

PHDs Series CRS Cylinders feature a self-lubricating nitrile piston seal to increase cylinder performance and provides the best unit life rating in its class of 70 million linear inches of travel.

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Pressure and temperature transmitters

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

NOSHOK’s Electronic Indicating Pressure and Temperature Transmitter/Switches provide dependable local monitoring, 4-20mA current output and switching control.

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Valves for leak testing

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Perhaps the most important factor in leak testing is the valve used to leak test. If the valve is not reliably leak tight itself, the testing efforts are a waste of time. ROSS’ high-flow, bubble tight Dale Series LT, CX and LX valves and manifolds have patented poppet design and exceptional sealing capabilities.

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Grippers feature high closing force

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

FKHC series of angular grippers have high closing force, magnetic piston is standard. Other features include compact design for use in confined areas, hardcoated aluminum for abrasion and corrosion resistance, adjustable needle valve to control speed of jaw motion. Design includes use of second moveable part (piston) applying additional force to the gripper jaw when pressurized to close.

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EVPD proportional valve driver from Clippard

Monday, July 18, 2011

Clippard Instrument Laboratory has introduced its new EVPD Proportional Valve Driver, suitable for laboratories and OEM product development. It can be customized to fit OEM applications, including control parameters This EVPD is designed for use as a plug-and-play interface between the company’s EVP Series Proportional Control Valves and PLCs or other controls.

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NFPA releases April data on pneumatic orders, shipments

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The NFPA has released the latest hydraulic and pneumatic industry trending data through April 2011. Mobile hydraulics continues to outpace other segments of the industry and shipment levels are nearly back to their pre-recession levels.

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