Arc Flash

Arc Flash November 1, 2000

Material Handling – 2000-11-01

Device rotates loads 90 or 180 deg Upender-inverter provides a heavy-duty solution to turning large loads 90 or 180 deg.

By Staff
Arc Flash November 1, 2000

Electrical Power – 2000-11-01

Meter simplifies power quality data The 7600 ION digital power meter reduces complex power quality data into simple pass/ fail indicators.

By Staff
Arc Flash July 1, 2000

New Literature – 2000-07-01

Check and foot valves New product bulletin offers product information for several models of check and foot valves. Advantages of the valves are listed. Flomatic Valves www.flomatic.

By Staff
Arc Flash May 1, 2000

Exploring the show

The main event may be over, but its impact remains.

By Staff
Arc Flash March 1, 2000

Comprehensive safety and health manual

Every company needs to have a safety plan of varying degrees of detail. If your company is just starting to put a safety and health program together, this book is for you. In fact, this book calls itself Your Company Safety and Health Manual.

By Cheryl M. Firestone
Arc Flash January 1, 2000

Choosing and safely operating powered hoists

Hoists are used to raise and lower or transport material throughout the plant and position components in process or assembly operations.

By Ron Holzhauer
Arc Flash August 1, 1999


For information on any of the products listed below, circle the corresponding number on the reader service card, or visit www.plantengineering.

By Staff
Arc Flash March 1, 1999


Lock'it lockout/tagout software assists in the development of specific safety procedures, identifies energy sources, and isolates devices and padlocks. The package virtually eliminates procedure writing processes, and exceeds OSHA standards.

By Staff
Arc Flash November 1, 1998

Lockout/tagout valves

A comprehensive selection of caution yellow lockout valves that conform to OSHA's Lockout-Tagout Standard is presented in an 8-p brochure. This photo-rich publication includes a description of the standard, product information, and specifications.

By Staff
Arc Flash March 1, 1998

Lockout/tagout software

OSHA requires that all companies with machines and equipment that need servicing and maintenance must have an energy control program in place. A 4-p brochure describes software that can reduce cost in time and resources.

By Staff