Sustainability

Sustainability November 1, 1998

Wireless crane control operates in harsh conditions

Crane Boss 200 wireless radio remote control has a heavy-duty flexible antenna, and sealed pushbutton controls for more severe environments. The handheld device controls two hoists with three motions of two speeds using two selector switches.

By Staff
Sustainability November 1, 1998

Skimmer captures hydrocarbons in catch basins

StreamGuard Passive Skimmer floats in the sump of catch basins, oil/water separators, or stormwater vaults to capture accumulated hydrocarbons. Unlike common adsorbents, the product does not deteriorate or release absorbed hydrocarbons.

By Staff
Sustainability November 1, 1998

Must you provide a smoke-free work environment?

Paula Graham, a clerical employee in the plant engineering department, believed with obvious justification that the inhalation of tobacco smoke was hazardous to her health.

By Raymond Dreyfack
Sustainability November 1, 1998

Condensate drain saves compressed air

ED200 intelligent condensate drain has no moving parts and uses capacitance sensing to discharge condensate and not compressed air. The fully automatic unit operates with 100% oil or water and any intermediate level of emulsification.

By Staff
Sustainability October 1, 1998

Valve trim saves energy and reduces maintenance

V-LOG energy management trim technology is a control valve design solution for severe service applications. The trim provides staged pressure reductions through a series of discrete flow channels.

By Staff
Sustainability August 1, 1998

Building automation system manufacturers

For literature and product information on building automation systems, circle the appropriate number on the reader service card.

By Staff
Sustainability August 1, 1998

Fan blades

Features and benefits of the Z Series multiwing fans are presented in a 24-p catalog. Also included are: technical information, specification data, and airflow test result graphs.

By Staff
Sustainability June 1, 1998

Cooler serves electronic control panels

Stainless steel cooler lowers the temperature of compressed air to provide clean, dry, cool air to overheated controls. A 6 X 6 X 2-ft cabinet can be cooled and maintain a NEMA 4, 4X, or 12 rating.

By Staff
Sustainability June 1, 1998

A symbol of our commitment

This issue introduces the name and new logo of Cahners Business Information, publishers of Plant Engineering. You'll notice the new logo in the upper left corner of our cover.

By Rick Schwer; John Rogier; Richard L. Dunn
Sustainability May 1, 1998

Wireless communication

A 4-p brochure describes a line of personal radio communication systems for use with group tours or training groups, especially in noisy environments.

By Staff