Krohne’s Optisonic 6300 clamp-on ultrasonic flowmeter features an integrated display, improved measurement accuracy, ATEX Approval, an extended temperature range and the ability to handle smaller line sizes. It is fitted with a protective casing to ensure smooth and efficient operation in demanding and hazardous conditions. Available in three sensor sizes, the flowmeter can cover the entire pipe diameter range from ½- to 160-inches. Two other sensors are available for extreme temperature applications.
Pepperl+Fuchs’ Segment Checker version 1.20 is a tool for validating the design of all Foundation fieldbus and Profibus PA segments, even in hazardous areas. Users drag and drop components into the project window and edit the attributes to build a fieldbus segment. New to version 1.20 are the latest FieldConnex fieldbus products and enhanced calculations for field barriers used in the High Power Trunk method. Additionally, Segment Checker 1.20 allows users to export a project in a graphic format for use in different media.
EXAIR’s Heavy Duty Dry Vac is a rugged, industrial duty vacuum cleaner that has been engineered to vacuum high volumes of dry materials. The wear-resistant design is suitable for the clean-up of abrasive materials like steel shot, garnet, metal chips, and sand, yet can be used for general purpose applications. The vacuum is compressed air powered and attaches to the user supplied 55 gallon open-top drum. It is extremely quiet at 77 dBA. Surrounding air is kept clean by the 0.1 micron filter bag.
Casella USA’s CEL-320 noise dosimeter covers three measurement ranges from 30 to 140 dB to ANSI type 2 specifications. Overall results for the maximum, minimum and average noise levels are saved together with the ability to set two threshold cutoff levels and a single criterion level for all noise dose calculations. The dosimeters are available in single kits that include an acoustic calibrator, a small foam windscreen, Windows software and a cable. Multiple kits are also available in 5 or 10 packs.
Thern power winch systems provide wastewater facilities with economical and versatile solutions for a broad spectrum of industry applications. These winches control the new floating pontoon-based dredges, a custom designed solution that is more cost effective and easily maintained than the previous system. Installed at accessible stations next to each basin, the winches eliminate the need for steel tracks and underwater maintenance. Programmable computerized variable speed controls enable fully automated, simultaneous operation of each winch.
Routeware’s VehiclePort is a new fleet maintenance module for Routeware’s HomePort line of analytical tools for waste haulers. Using the real-time data dashboard and easy-to-read graphs, waste haulers can quickly identify and resolve problems with their fleet. The technology reads data collected directly from the vehicle’s built-in controller-area network bus and sends it back to the office via the company's on-board computing system. This tool provides a real-time view of vehicle health, fuel economy and tailpipe emissions.
McNeilus Companies Inc.
McNeilus Truck and Manufacturing’s ZR Series full-eject automated side loader is available in four body sizes: 24, 26, 28 or 31 cubic yards. The product's arm has a true zero-radius motion, eliminating kick-out. Advantages of the automated side loader arm include cycle times of about six seconds, ground-to-ground and pack cycle time of 10 seconds. The arm operates continuously at idle speed and does not require the engine to power up to high rpm.
The TankScan remote level-monitoring system from ATEK gathers tank-level data via micropower impulse radar (MIR), a low-power radar system utilizing very short electromagnetic pulses across a wide band of frequencies. Battery power ensures the measurement device is safe for use with petroleum products and chemicals, including combustible liquids. Mounted on top of above- or below-ground tanks, the product's sensors generate low-energy electromagnetic impulses that travel down a thin probe immersed in the fluid. The radar monitor can be used in tanks up to 40 feet high.
Pressure Systems Inc.
Pressure Systems’ KPSI Model 501 SDI-12 (serial data interface at 1200 baud) transducer meets the requirements of the U.S. Geological Survey's Office of Surface Water accuracy specifications for stage monitoring. It offers +0.05 percent FS total error band and repeatability as well as measurement level accuracy of +0.01 ft H2O and on-board surge protection. The transducer’s small rugged package is comprised of welded 316 SS construction and a self-sealing cable system that protects the unit in the event of accidental cable cuts.
Atlas Copco’s new line of ZS screw blowers average 30 percent more energy-efficient operation than conventional lobe blower technology. Industries that will benefit are municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants, where air blowers typically represent up to 70 percent of the total electricity costs. The efficiency of this blower is attributed to the screw technology. Other features that generate increased efficiency and reliability are the integrated gearbox, the oil system and the design that integrates all individual components into a plug-and-run solution.
Sioux Corp.’s trailer-mounted steam cleaners are used for removing oil and grease from heavy equipment; thawing and de-icing equipment, pipes, valves, drains, and culverts in cold weather; de-gassing tanks; and cleaning and sterilizing facilities and equipment. The cleaner includes a generator and water tank for remote use. The units will produce 2 or 4 gpm steam at 250 psi and 320 degrees Fahrenheit. All mobile steam cleaners come standard with an anti-freeze circulation package.
Photovac’s 2020ComboPRO uses photoionization detection technology to detect ethanol leaks in fuel ethanol plants. The measurement of ethanol leaks in fuel ethanol production facilities is essential for compliance with the air quality operating permit requirements of NSPS Subpart VV. A large digital display prompts the operator through basic operations, and critical data is displayed in less than three seconds. It boasts a wide measurement range of 0.1 ppm to 10,000 ppm, and alarms alert the operator when pre-defined limits are exceeded.
Forston Labs’ LabNavigator is a handheld analytical meter for the lab, plant/facility or field. It collects data from a variety of sensor types including pH, ORP, ISE, colorimeter, turbidity, spectrophotometer, conductivity, TDS, salinity, force or impact, gas detection (such as CO2, O2), as well as soil moisture. The unit comes with an interface, electrode amplifier, temperature probe, USB cable, USB storage device, AC power adapter, NavPilot data analysis software and NavCoPilot method development software.
Endress+Hauser’s Liquiphant M is a density meter that provides on-line measurements, eliminating the need for off-line procedures and laboratory measurements. A built-in density calculator can be customized with complex tables and mathematical interdependencies. The meter can be customized for content measurement and concentration, quality statements, purity indication, product identification, as a changing variable indicating the metabolism in relation to kinetic statements or as a basic variable for physical calculations or simulations and for clarification of how much material is contained in a given volume.
JM Science Inc.
The Aquacounter HG-400 Low Cost Mercury Analyzer from JM Science provides greater accuracy and sensitivity through an improved optical flow path optimization and is designed to measure trace levels of mercury. The HG-400 is equipped with a large 7.5-inch color touch screen, comes with a built-in printer, and an expandability to communicate with a flexible sample changer. Four different sizes of sample solutions; 5, 20, 100, and 250 mL can be accommodated by adding a few optional components to the instrument.