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Hog Jaw and Snout Puller
Description: This paper explains how Millard got an opportunity to develop the hog jaw and snout puller, which automatically removes hog snout and simultaneously separates jawbone from the pork head by maintaining quality and safety with less labor. It details... More
Publisher: Millard Manufacturing Corp.
Release Date: 2012-05-31
Under the Boot: ETCO Research Takes a Look at Coil on Plug Connections
Description: Focusing on the connection between the coil and the spark plug used in the coil on plug assemblies, this paper compares and evaluates an assortment of industry standard coil to plug connections. It applies various tests and measurements, which... More
Publisher: ETCO
Release Date: 2011-07-30
Deploying Intelligent Power Supplies to Save Energy
Description: As the cost of controls equipment and energy usage continues to climb, using energy-efficient and intelligent power supplies provides cost savings from the energy consumption standpoint, as well as the control sustainability aspect. This paper... More
Publisher: Phoenix Contact
Release Date: 2009-11-20
Industrial PCs and DC UPSs: Save Energy and Increase Efficiency
Description: In light of the fact that energy cost can be a considerable expense over the operational life span of an industrial automation system, this paper details how 24 V DC power PCs with low power consumption CPU combined with DC UPS reduce energy... More
Publisher: Phoenix Contact
Release Date: 2009-11-20
Maximize Your Uptime: Reducing Risk of Power Supply Failure
Description: Describing how low-power electrical transients within a facility reduce life of AC/DC power supplies and create unplanned downtime, this paper explains why these transients cause failure and outlines how placing high-power transient voltage surge... More
Publisher: Phoenix Contact
Release Date: 2009-11-20
Say 'NO' to Safety Reliability Calculations for Safe Motor Control
Description: Reviewing the effects of change in machine safety standards from EN 954-1 to ISO 13849-1 on safety design strategy, this paper introduces the reader to a new safety motor starter technology that is pre-certified to meet the new safety standards,... More
Publisher: Phoenix Contact
Release Date: 2009-11-20
Sustainable Design for Industrial Machines
Description: This paper states how a machine builder can achieve a design strategy with improved efficiency, reliability, and safety, while also reducing the lifetime cost of the machine, by making low-voltage DC-based controls a design standard. Benefits... More
Publisher: Phoenix Contact
Release Date: 2009-11-20
Static Electricity - The Hidden Danger in Hazardous Areas
Description: In light of the fact that many plant fires and personnel injuries are directly linked to a static spark igniting a vapor, gaseous or dust atmosphere, this paper presents guidelines and safety measures for controlling static electricity in hazardous... More
Publisher: Newson Gale, Inc.
Release Date: 2009-02-10
Global Enclosure Standards within the Electrical Industry
Description: Providing an overview of IEC, NEMA, and UL standard organizations that address ingress protection, this paper clearly defines that industry standards for electrical enclosures exist to promote safety, encourage design efficiency, and define minimum... More
Publisher: Hoffman Enclosures Inc.
Release Date: 2009-01-01
Warranty
Description: This white paper focuses on the quality aspects of Shakespeare Composite Structures fiberglass-reinforced composite poles, which are resistant to rot, rust, and extreme temperatures, and meet lighting, distribution, and transmission needs. It... More
Publisher: Shakespeare Composite Structures
Release Date: 2008-10-06
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