Respiratory specialist Scott Safety (stand 6C07) will launch its next generation powered air respirator, the ‘Proflow 2 SC 160’ to the European industrial market at SICUR, Spain’s International Security Safety & Fire Exhibition (23 - 28 February 2016, Madrid Exhibition Centre, Madrid, Spain). The company will also showcase a range of new head and sensory protection, as well as their new range of portable gas detection and military range of products.
Sunon, the market leading specialist in thermal/cooling technology solutions, has released its HVAC 1/3 HP EC motor. This high performance, permanent magnet brushless motor is designed to offer much higher energy efficiency (92%) than conventional AC motors under heavy loading. In fact, compared with an AC shaded pole induction motor, the Sunon HVAC 1/3 HP EC can reduce energy consumption by an impressive 70%, and by 40% compared with an AC condensing motor.
With immediate effect, steute do Brasil, the Brazilian subsidiary of steute Schaltgeräte GmbH & Co.KG, will be the exclusive distributor in the Brazilian market for products and systems made by the R.STAHL group. In this important market, this signifies a strategic partnership between two international specialists for explosion protection, both with a focus on state-of-the-art technology and top quality.
Morgan Advanced Materials, a global leader in ceramic materials, has revealed that it now has the capability to design and manufacture components for use in ultrasonic Acoustic Doppler Current Profilers (ADCP) technologies for oceanographic, waterway and waste water usage.
Portescap is excited to announce the launch of application specific motors for surgical powered hand tools - arthroscopic shavers, ENT microdebriders and large bone drills. Prototypes will be available to ship within 3 weeks of order placement.
Proliferation of electronic devices has been accompanied by the steady shrinking of their dimensions, so engineers are constantly under pressure to design more power into a smaller space and are often faced with added complications because tolerances between the hot components and cold surfaces which can be ±20 % or greater.