Labelstocks for Harsh Environments
are resistant to edge-lifting even when repeatedly subjected to changes
Designed for temperatures as low as -320°F, cryogenic labelstocks are intended for harsh environment applica-
tions where labels must withstand exposure to liquid nitrogen or ultra-low temperature freezers, thaw cycles,
chemicals, and solvents. Intended for use in medical research, clinical laboratories, and biobanks, the labelstocks
are used for labeling laboratory identification substrates, such as test tubes, ampules, vials, slides, and more.
Flow Verification Switch
ensures set point accuracy for temps up to 100°F
The insertion-style FLT93F FlexSwitch combines a high-
ly accurate, all-welded stainless steel sensing element
with an advanced, user-friendly FlexSwitch control cir-
cuit. One standardized, field-configurable FlexSwitch
control circuit satisfies virtually any combination of
flow, level, and temperature application requirements.
Fluid Components International
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Barrel Simplifies Cable Transport
can hold up to 400 lb. of cable
The Barrel Pack Systempackaging solution allowsfor easy transport of largecable quantities and reduces scrap on jobsites.Its 75-gallon fiber barreldesign simplifies cablehandling with an easypull and a lever-lockingsteel band lid. Each metalclad barrel can hold up to400 lb. This system canbe combined with accessories including the Barrel Pay-Off Tripod and HarperBarrel Truck.
AFC Cable Systems
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Bulk Abrasives Dispensing System
stores up to 19 ft3 of material
A Flexicon Sizing-DispensingSystem for abrasive materialsreceives, scalps, stores, anddispenses sand, rutile, zircon,and other dense, abrasivematerials on-demand, freeofdust.Fed by a pneumaticconveying line, the system isequipped with an integral cyclone that separates incomingsolids from the air stream. A rotary airlock isolatesthe pneumatic system from atmospheric pressure andmeters material into a vibratory sifter that dischargeson-size particles into a surge hopper.
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Laser Alignment Modules for Tight Spaces
feature a very low profile
Flat Pack Laser (FPL)Alignment Modules includes the laser diodeand its housing, a mounting base, and a separatepower supply. The FPLis a very low profile ( 20
mm high) flat pack mounting for size constrained applications. Standard packaging includes a choice of <5m Wred or green laser output, along with either a line ordot optic. FPL laser modules are suitable for just aboutany alignment application. They are ideal for alignmentin drilling, counting, positioning and edge detection, asused in the industry examples identified below.
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High-Strength Insulating Refractories
prevent cracks and the loss of strength
Plicast LWI 24 HS and Plicast Al-Tuff LWI 24 HS areboth the safe choice for lightweight refractory linings inside high-temperature incinerators, boilers,and furnaces. Used in thermal environments of upto 2,400°F, these materials have low shrinkageand a low thermal conductivity rating.
Plibrico Company, LLC
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Smart PPE Prevents Heat Injuries
monitors and relays real-time stress indicators
Kenzen is a smart PPE patch that focuses on physiological monitoring and the prevention of heat injuryand death among workers. The real-time worker heatmonitoring system is a cloud-based SaaS system thatincludes a wearable device worn by workers on theirarm which alerts both the worker and their supervisorwhen core body temperature is too high.
The wearable, via its advanced sensor complement,monitors multiple physiological and environmentalmetrics, including heart rate, activity, skin, and ambient temperatures. Together, this sensor data allowsfor the real-time prediction of core body temperature,providing alerts to workers and supervisors when temperatures approach unsafe levels.
Kenzen’s multi-level alerts are sent to workers viadevice vibration, iOS or Android app notification, andto supervisors via web dashboard alert signaling thatthe worker should take a break and allow his/her temperature to return to safe levels. Alerts are accompanied by actionable recommendations such as advisingthe worker to take a break, find shade, drink water,or remove any excess clothing and equipment to decrease body heat. A second “back to work” alert thenindicates when the worker’s core body temperaturehas returned to a safe level.