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  • Automated Data Collection for Toilet Flushing Mechanism
    CAS DataLoggers supplied a test system for a manufacturer of toilet flushing mechanisms to automate data collection in their product development lab.
  • Section 224300: Healthcare Plumbing Fixtures Spec
    Section includes healthcare water closets, flushometer valves, toilet seats, patient care units and more.
  • Carolina Paper Co.
    The Carolina Paper Company (CPC), a 13-year old firm based in North Carolina, re-shapes large parent paper rolls into usable paper products including paper towels, napkins and toilet paper.
  • Monitoring Flush Mechanisms Using Automated Data Collection
    CAS DataLoggers supplied the datalogging solution for a large manufacturer of toilet flushing mechanisms which wanted to automate the data collection in their product development lab. They had been using a combination of simple digital gauges for water pressure and flow as well as a stopwatch
  • Sealed Bulk Bag Discharger/Conveyor System Stops Dust, Cuts Cycle Times, Boosts Quality of Deodorant Chemicals
    In producing blue in-tank toilet bowl deodorants, Willert Home Products decreased batching time by 20%, improved accuracy of batches to 0.01%, and eliminated dust from the work area by using an automated system of two bulk bag dischargers and five flexible screw conveyors.
  • The Myth of Cutting Tool Cost
    Productivity in economics refers to a measure of output from production processes compared to a unit of input. In manufacturing, that unit of input refers to everything from toilet paper to your CEO's company car. This cost/benefit ratio is determined by every shop differently and individually
  • Drain Cleaning Tool Selection Guide (.doc)
    You are a professional plumbing contractor. You know that the best tool to clear a clogged kitchen sink is very different than the right tool to clear a main drain. But did you know that though one tool could be used to clear a sink, bathtub, and toilet, the best tool is different in each case
  • Touch-Free Lavatory Appliance Design Considerations
    Touchless lavatory applications such as toilet flushers, automatic faucets, soap dispensers and towel dispensers are becoming increasingly common. Key design issues to consider include: flushers and dispenser assemblies are typically battery-powered since power mains are typically not available

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