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Mobility

Mobility December 1, 1999

Plasma cutting boosts maintenance productivity

Research into and experience with air plasma cutting has led many companies to the conclusion that it offers a reliable, efficient, high-quality, low-cost method of metal cutting.

By Steve Kanda
Mobility November 1, 1999

Protection device arrests a free fall within inches

Miller MiniLite Fall Limiter arrests free falls within inches, reducing the risk of injury and making rescue easier. The product is less restrictive than lanyards, furnishing 11 ft of webbing capacity for greater mobility and no trip hazard.

By Staff
Mobility July 1, 1999

Crane mounted welder has mobility

Wall Crane Welding Machine with pushbutton control can be positioned with a wire feed assembly anywhere -- both horizontally and vertically -- along a fabrication bay. All welding controls are at the wire feed, which is within easy reach.

By Staff
Mobility April 1, 1999

Vacuum cleaner serves large areas

Explosion-Proof Vacuum consists of four models based on a 55-gal. capacity tank. Mobility coupled with high capacity make these units well suited for large area cleanups. A 1.7-hp motor is UL listed explosionproof. All models can be used wet or dry.

By Staff
Mobility February 1, 1999

Pump basics

Pumps are one of the oldest machines used by man for transporting energy from one form to another. It is not surprising that the there are many designs, resulting in some confusion when generic identification of a specific pump is attempted.

By Joseph L. Foszcz
Mobility April 1, 1998

Scissor lift handles extra long loads

Hydraulically operated scissor lift features two units combined into one longer one with eight supporting points for uniform and level lifting and lowering of long loads.

By Staff
Mobility April 1, 1998

Enclosures protect computers in harsh industrial environments

Expanded line of Guardian enclosures protect personal computers and other sensitive electronic equipment in hostile environments.

By Staff