Medical Devices

Below you will find published articles written by Valin's own experts and information from our suppliers.   
Submitted by Bill Nevills || Valin Corporation
on Mon, 06/18/2018
Electro-Pneumatic Pressure Control

In the last ten years, the design of pneumatic systems has changed dramatically. Pneumatic manufacturers’ online tools for sizing components have evolved, the fieldbus systems are ever-changing, component designs are constantly improving, and network devices such as the Industrial Internet of Things have reshaped the industry.

Submitted by Brian Sullivan
on Wed, 09/14/2016

Valin’s aluminum framing systems are being used in cleanroom environments to overcome many of the disadvantages associated with traditional painted steel shelving systems.

Submitted by Corey Foster || Valin Corporation
on Thu, 09/10/2015
Precision Automation

As electronics and technologies become smaller and more intricate, manufacturing engineers are running into new challenges in automating manufacturing processes. The challenges of manufacturing new products extend beyond the capabilities of precise motion control mechanics to include the control of environmental factors.

Submitted on Fri, 09/04/2015
CS Series

The Chromalox CS Series of solid state relays are an ideal, low-cost power control solution for rapidly and precisely switching resistive loads found in industrial applications such as furnaces, ovens, heat treating, injection molding, thermoforming, press platens, commercial food equipment, semiconductor, lighting and drying, just to name a few.

Submitted on Thu, 08/20/2015
Workplace Safety Still Needs a Human Component

Workplace safety is—or should be—a primary focus of every organization, regardless of whether we’re talking about a classroom, an office, a manufacturing facility, or an oil rig. Employees deserve a workspace that is as safe and secure as it can possibly be.

Submitted by IPS
on Fri, 06/19/2015

The IPS PTFE Pressure Regulator is designed for use with high purity water systems and aggressive chemical applications to regulate and maintain a constant pressure downstream of the valve and prevent over-pressurization of sensitive equipment.

Submitted on Tue, 06/16/2015
Minncare® HD Disinfectant

Minncare HD is the first chemical disinfectant to receive an FDA 510(k) clearance for the disinfection of water purification systems for hemodialysis.

Submitted by Jon Irvine
on Tue, 02/03/2015

Considering the number of variables present, gaining precise control of a process heating application can be a difficult task. In industries with a low tolerance for irregularities and a high demand for consistent quality, controlling the temperature of a substance from the start to the finish of a process is an absolute necessity.

Submitted by IAI
on Mon, 01/26/2015

IAI's new IXP Series Robots cost around 1/2 of that of a conventional model due to the adoption of the pulse motors. The IXP achieves a payload equivalent to that of a conventional model by adopting high-output drivers. All IXP models come standard with battery-less absolute encoders.

Submitted by Chromalox
on Wed, 01/21/2015
Chromalox ITLS Heat Trace Control Panels

Chromalox Heat Trace Panels are complete control solutions for the most demanding heat trace applications.  Their WeatherTRACE and IntelliTRACE lines provide temperature control, monitoring and power management in one package.

Submitted by Prozess Technologie
on Wed, 12/17/2014

The Reveal™ optical spectroscopy-based measurement system will help customers increase quality, yield, and productivity while reducing both risk and downtime in the manufacturing environment. Its measurement capabilities are unmatched by legacy techniques.

Submitted by IAI
on Mon, 12/15/2014

With air cylinders, a compressor is operated with electricity to generate compressed air, and generated air is supplied though a line to the air cylinder where it is then converted to linear-motion force. This mechanism is subject to significant energy loss.

Submitted by Renee Robbins Bassett, Featured in Automation World Magazine
on Mon, 01/21/2013

Advanced Process Control (APC) methods used to be so advanced as to be esoteric- too complex and unusable except by a few high-level experts. Today, however, it seems APC is little talked about for an entirely different reason: It’s become a commodity.