Low clearance telescopic pneumatic robots

Publish on 7/30/2009 11:07:26 AM

WITTMANN's latest introduction, the W710T and W710TS "pick and place" high performance pneumatic robots with telescopic Y-arm are designed specifically for applications requiring minimum clearance where robot automation may not have previously been considered. The W710T and W710TS robots are specifically designed for applications on smaller molding machines up to approx. 300 tons.
Food packaging from R-PET with V-type screen changer

Publish on 7/30/2009 11:07:46 AM

Sharp Interpack sets a new benchmark in the production of plastics packaging for food. High quality packaging film is made from recycled PET on the new line in Bridgwater UK, which incorporates a V-type screen changer with Power Backflush Technology from German KREYENBORG GmbH. This food packaging film line has a capacity of 1.500 kg/h, using 100% recycled PET. This line automatically flushes filter screens independently of the extruder for interruption free, constant pressure extrusion.
Emerson's new Fisher® rotary valve

Publish on 7/30/2009 11:07:51 AM

Emerson Process Management introduces the Fisher?POSI-SEAL?A81 rotary valve. Tight shutoff and the long seal life capability of the A81 make it ideal for on/off applications. Complete shutoff is made possible by the pressure-assisting action of the valve seal ring. The opening and closing path of the eccentric valve disk minimizes contact with the seal ring, thereby reducing seal wear. Interchangeable sealing technology allows the A81 valve body to accept both soft and metal seals.
Resilient in tough times

Publish on 7/30/2009 10:07:31 AM

A "recession" hasmany definitions. One definition isthat it is a significant decline in the economic activity spread across the country, lasting more than a few months. The signs of recession are normally reflected in the decline in the real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth. Analysts say that a global growth rate under 2% is tantamount to a recession and most predict that the global economy would grow by only 0.9% to 3% in 2009, the lowest in years.
Broader in scope, richer in content

Publish on 7/30/2009 10:07:04 AM

Show highlights technology for future growth

Publish on 7/30/2009 10:07:28 AM

Singapore shows signs of recover

Publish on 7/30/2009 10:07:58 AM

For the first time in a year, Singapore's economy grew by 20% in the second quarter, a sign that Asia is emerging from the global economic crisis. Gross domestic product (GDP), a measure of economic performance, rose by 20.4% in the three months through June from the previous quarter, the Trade and Industry Ministry said. GDP fell 3.7% from year earlier after a 9.6% drop in the first quarter.
Improving properties and resistance

Publish on 7/30/2009 10:07:59 AM




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