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Beat dust challenges in laser & plasma cutting, welding and thermal spray

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When it comes to the kind of wear associated with pulse-cleaning, these nano-fiber filters offer higher efficiencies, greater durability and better resistance, its makers say.
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Tubular cable conveyor moves bulk materials gently, dust-free

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This conveyor makes use of polymer discs affixed to a cable to “slide” bulk materials found within stainless-steel tubing. It moves fragile product — quietly and dust-free — horizontally, vertically or at any angle, often through small holes in walls or ceilings.
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Eliminate ball-valve stem leakage

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As is well known, ball-valve stem leakage is a costly and time-consuming problem. Most ball valves can develop stem leakage. When it happens, it might mean shutting down and replacing the valve.
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Oil & gas, other industries benefit from mixing chemicals at remote job site

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This mobile mixing system allows dry chemicals to be mixed at a job site as needed. Its makers say this reduces transportation and labor costs; decreases the amount of chemicals needed for a job; eliminates chemical quality variability; and increases the quality or viscosity of the chemicals.
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Excellent alternative to 3-15 psi regulating air

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These electro-pneumatic positioners are for integrated mounting on pneumatic control valves with single-acting or double-acting actuators. The control-valve systems can be used for a wide range of tasks in fluid technology and can be applied to any hygienic sanitary single-seat valve.
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For corrosive, clear or solids-laden liquids, up to 200 F

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The submersible pump handles corrosive and non-corrosive, clear or solids-laden liquids, at up to 200 F.
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Triboelectricity put to good purpose

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These electrostatic/triboelectric bag-leak detectors, emissions monitors and solids-flow monitors measure particulate and dust emissions — as well as dry solids — in process-flow applications.
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Materials advances applied to rotary lobe pump

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This rotary lobe pump from Netzsch Pumps & Systems of Waldkraiburg, Germany, successfully addresses conveyance challenges because of its several important innovations in rotary lobe pump design, Netzsch says.
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