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  • Supplier: KROHNE Group

    Description: Mechanical Flow Controllers DW 181 | DW 182 | DW 183 | DW 184 Mechanical, autonomous flow switches - no power supply needed For horizontal and vertical pipes from DN 15 up to DN 3000 - and higher High reliability and repeatability up to 300°C / 570°F The DW 18 series of flow controller

    • Number of Control Outputs: 1 outputs
    • Controller Inputs: Switch / Relay Input
    • Control Signal Output: Switch / Relay Output
    • Control Technique: Limit / Set Point Control

  • Supplier: Scott Safety

    Description: The easy-tow Liberty I is a totally enclosed single axle trailer that is well suited for mobile applications. It comes with two ASME storage cylinders, Scott Safety Revolve Air charge station, Scott Safety X4 controller/monitor (monitors CO & Dew Point) for safety operation, and is capable of

    • Discharge / Operating Pressure: 6000 psi
    • Flow Capacity: 25.5 SCFM
    • Horse Power: 20 HP
    • Lubrication Style: Lubricated

  • Description: Measurement for Coordinate Measurement Machines (CMM) +/- 50ppm Profile & Roundness Measurement to 2.55ppm Thread Plug and Thread Ring gages from 0-17" (Both Standard & Special sizes), ANPT, NPTF, L1, L2, L3 Cylindrical Master Ring Gages to XXX Linear Variable Differential Transformer calibration

    • Services Offered: Bench Repair (Off-site), Field / On-site Repair  , Calibration Service, Calibration Documentation, OEM / Warranty Authorized Shop, Pick-up and Delivery, Preventative Maintenance / Service Contracts, Rapid Turnaround, Replacement / Exchange Program, Product Sales - Used / Refurbished,
    • Acoustic / Vibration Equipment: Sound Level Meters / Dosimeters, Position Sensor / Instrument, Speed / Velocity Instrument
    • Electrical / Electronic Test: Analyzers, Automated Test Equipment (ATE), Data Acquisition / Signal Conditioning, Data / Chart Recorder, Data / Chart Recorder, RF / Microwave Instruments, Generators (Function, Pulse, etc.), Oscilloscopes / Scopes, Power Supplies / Amplifiers, Specialty / Other
    • Process / Laboratory: Autoclaves and Sterilizers, Conductivity / Dissolved Solids Meters, Circulators and Baths, Flow Instruments, Environmental Test Chambers, Force Instruments, Gas / Air, Freezer / Refrigerator, Furnaces / Ovens, Incubators, Humidity Generators, Humidity / Moisture Instruments, Level Sensors /

  • Description: Temperature Controller: Full PID autotuning Displays: Upper - 4 digits, high brightness green LED. 0.4 in. (10mm) high. (Process temperature) Lower - 4 digits, orange LED. 0.35 in. (9mm) high (Set point temperature) LED Output Indicator: Flashing square, green Keypad: 3 elastomeric buttons

  • Description: Heat treat ovens are very common in the heat treat industry and are commonly referred to as Companion Draw Furnaces or Draw Batch Furnace. Wisconsin Oven offers 40 standard SDB heat treat oven models. Ten (10) standard sizes Four (4) temperature ranges. Standard maximum continuous temperature

    • Temperature Range: 1400 F
    • Application: Heat Treating
    • External Configuration: Bench / Cabinet
    • Heat Source / Transfer: Combustion, Electric / Resistance, Natural Gas

  • Description: Travaini high efficiency liquid ring vacuum pump, monoblock design Heavy duty flexible coupling, no field alignment or lubrication required NEMA C-face TEFC, motor, 3 phase 60 hz, 230/460 volt, class F, 1.15 service factor Separator reservoir with level gauge, temperature & pressure gauge and

    • Ultimate Operating Vacuum: 10.7 to 379 torr
    • Pumping Speed: 200 CFM
    • Configuration: Vacuum Pump System / Station
    • Mechanical Pump Type: Liquid Ring

  • Description: Dual spindle turning lathe with gantry robots. Ideal for Batch Runs to High Volume Production Raw Material Output as a Completed Part Costly In-Process Inventory Drastically Reduced Dual Spindles, 10 Tool Turrets Drilling, Tapping and Milling on Both Spindles Gantry Loader, Tool Touch Probes, Work

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