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Now a commonplace technology as part of modern cleanroom disinfection procedures, the Minncare Dry Fog System has established itself as an effective and trusted component in routine disinfection protocol.
Determining problems and errors in the field just got easier with the new WIKA MH-3 pressure transmitter for mobile working machines. WIKA Instrument, LP captures the latest pressure sensor technology with the addition of the diagnostic function in the new MH-3 pressure transmitter.
Industry recruiters are aware of an increasing knowledge gap in the workforce between retiring baby boomers and the new recruits hired to replace them.
Ambitious emission regulations require new engine generations to be equipped with modern exhaust gas after-treatment systems. The fitment space necessary for these engines is higher than for previous generations. Moreover, these combustion engines show a different performance characteristic.
on Tue, 11/10/2015
In order to determine the Flow Rate represented as Q, we must define both the volume V and the point in time it is flowing past represented by t, or Q = V/t. Additionally Flow rate and velocity are related by the equation Q = Av where A is the cross-sectional area of flow and v is its average velocity.
on Mon, 11/09/2015
The Prism PI integrates an advanced position sensing system and integral pneumatic control for sanitary diaphragm and other linear applications. Compact and durable, the PI is suited for corrosive, heavy washdown and hazardous areas.
on Mon, 11/09/2015
Many wood mills use hydraulic positioners like the one in the picture above. Sometimes they try to increase the speed of these cylinders by replacing the prop valves mounted on the cylinder with valves with higher flow rates.
Many U.S. industries are struggling as there are simply not enough experienced workers to go around. With the loss of expertise and knowledge that has accompanied the retirement of so many of the baby-boomer generation; today’s organizations are struggling to fill the gaps in their workforce.
A primary goal for all system design is to reduce downtime—and the most effective way to do it is by designing reliable systems. Mean time to recovery (MTTR) and mean time between failures (MTBF) are two useful metrics in evaluating the reliability of a system