Hydraulics

Hydraulics April 1, 1998

Lifting equipment

Mobile hydraulic floor cranes, reversible boom cranes, jib and gantry cranes, hydraulic scissor lift tables, loading dock lifts, pallet delivery systems, upenders, drum handling equipment, maintenance lifts, and more are the subject of a 24-p catalog.

By Staff
Hydraulics March 1, 1998

Installing Hydraulic Hose Assemblies

Just as the twig is bent, the tree's inclined," wrote Alexander Pope in the 1730s.

By Sherrie Mont
Hydraulics March 1, 1998

Clean tubes with clean air

Packages provide a compact and inexpensive method of removing contamination from tubes, pipes, and hoses using a specifically designed projectile driven by 85-120 psi compressed air.

By Staff
Hydraulics January 1, 1998

Using An Ergonomic Approach To Moving Material Safely

Over 1 million lower back injuries occur in the workplace each year, costing industry billions of dollars in workers' compensation claims, legal fees, lost time and production, and medical costs.

By Ron Holzhauer
Hydraulics January 1, 1998

Pressure sensors – 1998-01-01

A 90-p catalog presents performance information, features, and specifications for sensors used in dynamic pressure measurements, including engine combustion, acoustics, turbulence, hydraulics, pulsations, and other dynamic phenomena.

By Staff
Hydraulics January 1, 1970

Product Intros – 1970-01-01

Rack design reduces forklift damageThe Defender rack frame can be applied to new and existing installations to resist and reduce forklift damage. The front column is moved back 9-in. from the aisle to reduce forklift contact. The bottom front column is made of tubular steel with a 3/16-in. thick wall to take more abuse than other racks.

By Staff
Hydraulics January 1, 1970

Software importance increasing among plant engineers

Today's plant engineer is transcending the longstanding stereotype. The plant engineering function is no longer just nuts and bolts. Today's plant engineer is mature, educated, and tends to stay in his or her job. And the job requires an increasing amount of software.Software is a fact of life on the plant floor of today and tomorrow.

By Jack Smith, Senior Editor, Plant Engineering Magazine