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New Equipment, Processes, and Materials DOWNDRAFT TABLES Aercology, Old Saybrook, Conn. t Aercology's new AT 1500 Down- draft Table for high-efficiency car- tridge filtration with rugged downdraft velocity for deburring, grinding, dry buffing, and sanding operations includes three side- walls with two hinged-wing pan- els for extra-long pieces and is ideal for large space require- ments. Units include high-effi- ciency DuraAer filter cartridges, automatic self-cleaning jet-pulse system, and a large-capacity dust drawer as well as one pair of safety glasses and an integral flu- orescent light. Circle 401 on the reader service card ULTRAFILTRATION CLEANING PROCESS Alconox Inc., New York, N.Y. Alconox critical-cleaning deter- gent for cleaning ultrafiltration membranes is anionic in nature and contains no corrosive acids and hazardous solvents but in- stead consists of surfactants, wa- ter softeners, and dispersants. It is biodegradable, readily dispos- able, and free-rinsing for reliable results without interfering resi- dues. Circle 402 on the reader service card VIBRATORY FINISHING EQUIPMENT Almco Inc., Albert Lea, Minm Long-radius, round-bowl ma- chines with tub capacities of 25 and 40 ft a are designed fi)r large- volmne production of metal parts and are suited to either individual or batch parts finishing. Cross sections of 15 inches on the OR- 25LR and 17 inches on the OR- 40LR allow for once-around pro- cessing during a longer time cycle, which is especially desirable in manufhcturing cells where close coordination of all operations is required. Both models are equipped with a dependable ver- tical-shaft vibrator that offers variable amplitude adjustment. Circle 403 on the reader service card ANODE BASKET Anode Systems. South Bend, Ind. Anode Systems' polypropylene mesh anode basket provides greater strength and eliminates the problems associated with poor electrical contact. A sealed power cable delivers electric current from outside the plating tank di- rectly to a heavy titanium power strip located inside the basket. This provides more plating cur- rent and faster, more uniform plating; lowers electricity costs; and eliminates the cleaning of an- ode bars. Baskets are available in sizes from 2 to 4 ft in diameter and in any length. Circle 404 on the reader service card PROCESS CONTROL FOR PARTS CLEANING Armature Coil Equipmel~t Co. Inc., Cleveland The Micro-Ramp process controls parts cleaning by precisely moni- toring the time and temperature at which a combustible will burn. Paint hooks, racks, grates, fix- tures, and other coated metal parts are safely cleaned. Primary and secondary water spray sup- pression systems eliminate the risk of run-away fires and hot- spot distortion while a 1,600<F (minimum) afterburner reduces smoke and fumes to exceed EPA emissions requirements. Residual ash is safely and inexpensively disposed. Circle 405 on the reader service card NO-RINSE PRETREATMENT BetzDearborn, Horshom, Pa. Permatreat 1020A and Perma- treat 1021B, nonchrome, no-rinse pretreatments, are blends of or- ganic and inorganic components. Tile pretreatments produce en- hanced paint adhesion and pro- mote long-term corrosion protec- tion on aluminum and coated 104 Metal Finishing

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New Equipment, Processes, and Materials

D O W N D R A F T T A B L E S Aercology, Old Saybrook, Conn.

t Aercology's new AT 1500 Down- draft Table for high-efficiency car- t r idge f i l t ra t ion wi th rugged downdraft velocity for deburring, grinding, dry buffing, and sanding operations includes three side- walls with two hinged-wing pan- els for extra-long pieces and is ideal for large space require- ments. Units include high-effi- ciency DuraAer filter cartridges, automatic self-cleaning jet-pulse system, and a large-capacity dust drawer as well as one pair of safety glasses and an integral flu- orescent light. Circle 401 on the reader service card

U L T R A F I L T R A T I O N C L E A N I N G P R O C E S S Alconox Inc., New York, N.Y.

Alconox critical-cleaning deter- gent for cleaning ultrafiltration membranes is anionic in nature and contains no corrosive acids and hazardous solvents but in- stead consists of surfactants, wa- ter softeners, and dispersants. It is biodegradable, readily dispos- able, and free-rinsing for reliable

results without interfering resi- dues. Circle 402 on the reader service card

V I B R A T O R Y F I N I S H I N G E Q U I P M E N T Almco Inc., Albert Lea, Minm

Long- rad ius , round-bowl ma- chines with tub capacities of 25 and 40 ft a are designed fi)r large- volmne production of metal parts and are suited to either individual or batch parts finishing. Cross sections of 15 inches on the OR- 25LR and 17 inches on the OR- 40LR allow for once-around pro- cessing during a longer time cycle, which is especially desirable in manufhcturing cells where close coordination of all operations is requi red . Both models are equipped with a dependable ver- t ical-shaft vibrator tha t offers variable amplitude adjustment. Circle 403 on the reader service card

A N O D E B A S K E T Anode Systems. South Bend, Ind.

Anode Systems ' polypropylene mesh anode baske t provides greater strength and eliminates the problems associated with poor electrical contact. A sealed power cable delivers electric cur ren t from outside the plating tank di- rectly to a heavy t i tanium power strip located inside the basket. This provides more plating cur- rent and faster, more uniform plating; lowers electricity costs;

and eliminates the cleaning of an- ode bars. Baskets are available in sizes from 2 to 4 ft in diameter and in any length. Circle 404 on the reader service card

P R O C E S S C O N T R O L FOR P A R T S C L E A N I N G Armature Coil Equipmel~t Co. Inc., Cleveland

The Micro-Ramp process controls parts cleaning by precisely moni- toring the time and temperature at which a combustible will burn. Paint hooks, racks, grates, fix- tures, and other coated metal parts are safely cleaned. Primary and secondary water spray sup- pression systems eliminate the risk of run-away fires and hot- spot distortion while a 1,600<F (minimum) af terburner reduces smoke and fumes to exceed EPA emissions requirements. Residual ash is safely and inexpensively disposed. Circle 405 on the reader service card

N O - R I N S E P R E T R E A T M E N T BetzDearborn, Horshom, Pa.

Permat rea t 1020A and Perma- treat 1021B, nonchrome, no-rinse pretreatments, are blends of or- ganic and inorganic components. Tile pre t rea tments produce en- hanced paint adhesion and pro- mote long-term corrosion protec- tion on a luminum and coated

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