Pipetite Grommet Achieves UL IP64 Rating

Pipetite Grommet Achieves UL IP64 Rating

Jun 13, 2013

When dust and moisture get in the wrong places they can cause production downtime and safety concerns. To lower these risks, Pipetite Grommet brings a higher level of protection to penetrations where air and electrical lines enter a cabinet or control panel. These small, yet effective, flexible silicone escutcheons now boast an IP64 rating, also known as a UL Rating. This means that the Pipetite Grommet is dust proof and splash proof from all directions. Its dust proof characteristics can greatly help...

Poll: Does Stainless Steel Contain Iron?

Poll: Does Stainless Steel Contain Iron?

Dec 18, 2012

We are always curious about thoughts regarding stainless steel. Please take 30 seconds to respond to this poll.

Tank Cleaning Technology

Tank Cleaning Technology

Nov 11, 2011

In most recent years, the one technology that has had the largest impact on improving the efficiency of cleaning is tank cleaning equipment. In most cases, if you are going to make gains in one area you must make sacrifices in another. It is rare to find technology that allows you to increase efficiency in both time, energy, and resources. The newest equipment cleaning devices provide just that.

Alfa Laval Digital Load Cells

Alfa Laval Digital Load Cells

Aug 16, 2011

Alfa Laval Digital Load Cells are a unique and highly innovative way to measure loads in your process system. Here's what sets them apart from traditional load cells:

Top 3 Hot Topics – Meat or Bologna?

Top 3 Hot Topics – Meat or Bologna?

May 24, 2011

If you go to almost any forum, conference or trade show relating to our industry, you will find an overwhelming amount of conjecture and pontification about one—or all—of these subjects:

Sanitary Air Blow Check Valves – Are They The Root of All Evil?

Sanitary Air Blow Check Valves – Are They The Root of All Evil?

May 18, 2011

For years, I have seen air blow check valves used on sanitary process lines, across many applications. They provide a very useful and sometimes necessary service: allowing a gas purge of process lines. However, they are also one of the most unsanitary devices allowed on a sanitary process line.