CONTENTS an informa business • VOLUME 84, NUMBER 11 • NEWEQUIPMENT.COM
Travis Hessman | Editor-in-Chief
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The Panorama S-Line from Nordson ASYMTEK
performs automated conformal coating in a
space-saving footprint with overlapping line processes that minimize manufacturing floor space.
RIDGID’s SeeSnake camera reels with TruSense
technology bring powerful data capability to
RDI Technologies’ Iris
CM allows users to monitor assets with three
different cameras over
an extended period.
The unique design of
the Scoop Dolly from
Saw Trax Mfg, Inc. makes
loading or unloading top-heavy objects a breeze.
p. 29 p. 24
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TOLL FREE 888-372-0465
ENM’s Series L3/L4 AC/DC or Free contact is offered as a pulse counter
or hour meter. It features an 7 digit LCD display with self-powered CMOS
circuit. These units are powered by an internal lithium battery. The totalizing
counter or hour meter can be with and without external electronic reset.
The total running count or time is displayed at all times. The meter is 100%
epoxy encapsulated and protected from shock and vibration to keep out the
harshest environments plus provide years of service. This instrument is ideal
for any application that requires reliable count or time keeping for service
maintenance schedules in a small space.
Go to www.enmco.com/L3L4promo and enter the promotional code
L3L4promo for a 50% discount off the $40.00 list price.
100%virginurethane(noregrind waste)makesstonger, longerlasting belts.
LONG-LIFE BELTS MOVE HEAVY LOADS
When a competitor’s belts failed after only nine months
service in a large postal distribution center, Dura-Belt's
Long-Life HT belts replaced them. Nine years
later, HT belts are still going strong -- moving your mail on
conveyors that run 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.
Even though some postal tubs have soft bottoms and carry
over-weight loads, HT belts take the punishment and keep
the mail moving. Over 12 million are in service on pow-ered-roller conveyor systems. For longer-life and heavier
loads, try time-tested HT (high tension) O-ring belts -- the
only ones colored "Post Office Blue".
PATENTED RE WIND S YS TEM
IN THE INDUSTRY.
Eliminate dangerous whipping hazards.
Requires no external power source.
Wide array of reel models & options to
increase worksite effciency & safety.
Manufacturing ..... 2
New Sources........ 6
Scenes ........ 10 - 11
Cover ........... 13- 18
Express ........ 27-28
Guide .................. 30
Ad Index ............. 30
Editor .................. 31
Checklist ............ 32