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New Catalogs, Data Sheets, and Video CERAMIC MICROFILTRATION TECHNOLOGY BASX Systems LLC Fort Collins, Colo. The features and benefits of ceramic microfiltration technolo- gy are outlined in a 2-page flyer from BASX Systems. The benefits include high quality water efflu- ent, low life-cycle cost, wide appli- cation, robust membranes, modu- lar construction, computer control, low space requirements, and elimination of pin floe. Circle 301 on the reader service card AUTOMATED SYSTEMS AND POWER SUPPLIES Baker Technology Associates Inc. Santa Monica, Calif A 4-page brochure from Baker Technology offers information on the firm’s capabilities for produc- ing automated finishing systems featuring corrosion-resistant, stainless steel hoists, structures, and mechanical mechanisms. The hoist utilizes a high reliability infrared positioning system. Details are also provided on power supplies including the WST (Wave Switching Technique) pulse plating system. Circle 302 on the reader service card HEATER CONTROL SYSTEMS Chromalox Pittsburgh Chromalox has announced the availability of a new white paper entitled “Selecting SCR Power Controllers to Reduce Heat Control System Panel Costs.” The 6-page, illustrated paper advises engineers on the proper selection of SCR power controllers with special regard for reducing assembly time, material cost, and enclosure size. SCR power controllers are the com- ponent in a heating control system that switches the load to a resistive or inductive heater. Industrial ovens and furnaces are typical applications. Circle 304 on the reader service card MULTISTAGE PRETREATMENT AND WASHER SYSTEMS Blu-Surf Inc. Parma, Mich. Bulletin 16 from Blu-Surf describes the process and applications for its Multistage Pretreatment Systems and Parts Washers. The systems are used to clean and prepare substrates prior to powder coating, liquid coating, electrocoating, and autophoretic coat- ing. A schematic of a typical 5-stage system is included. MICRO-ABRASIVE BLASTING Come0 Inc. Burbank, Calif Comco Inc. has published a defin- itive brochure, “Micro-Abrasive Blasting Basics,” which explains the who, what, where, when, why, and how of the micro-abrasive blasting process and its applications. The 8- page brochure explains the elements that set micro-abrasive blasting apart l?om traditional cabinet blasting and gives examples of how the process is used. Both hand-held operation and semi-automatic systems are covered. Circle 305 on the reader service card SPIN DRY BASKETS Cooley Wire Products Mfg. Co. Schiller Park, Ill. Cooley Wire Products introduces their brochure on Spin Dry Baskets. Products are designed to fit all makes of spin dryer manu- facturers. Pricing for 12 x 12,18 x 18, and 24 x 20 in. units are included. Circle 303 on the reader service card Circle 306 on the reader service card MICRORARDNESS MEASURING SYSTEM Fischer Technology Windsor, Ct. An &page, 4-color catalog from Fischer Technology describes all the unique features and advan- tages of the Fischerscope HlOOC measuring system with break- through technology for measuring microhardness and evaluating material properties. The catalog fully details the measuring process; the device’s measuring head, control, and evaluation unit; and different models along with its WIN-HCU software and various applications. Circle 307 on the reader service card INFRARED HEATERS AND INDUSTRIAL LIGRTING Fostoria Industries Inc. Fostoria, Ohio Fostoria Industries is offering a 12-page catalog, which provides details on the company’s line of infrared heaters for space heat- ing and the curing of paints and coatings, and also offers infor- mation on Localite critical work area lighting Circle 308 on the reader service card AUTOMOTIVE PARTS WASHERS Gerref Industries Inc. Belding, Mich. Aqueous 2-stage and 3-stage washers designed and built by Gerref Industries for cleaning or coating parts after machin- ing are discussed in a l-page flyer from the company. Features include heavy gauge steel construction, racks or bas- kets, and manual batch or con- tinuous flow dip or power spray options. Circle 309 on the reader service card 52 Metal Finishing

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New Catalogs, Data Sheets, and Video

CERAMIC MICROFILTRATION

TECHNOLOGY

BASX Systems LLC Fort Collins, Colo. The features and benefits of ceramic microfiltration technolo- gy are outlined in a 2-page flyer from BASX Systems. The benefits include high quality water efflu- ent, low life-cycle cost, wide appli- cation, robust membranes, modu- lar construction, computer control, low space requirements, and elimination of pin floe. Circle 301 on the reader service card

AUTOMATED SYSTEMS AND

POWER SUPPLIES

Baker Technology Associates Inc. Santa Monica, Calif A 4-page brochure from Baker Technology offers information on the firm’s capabilities for produc- ing automated finishing systems featuring corrosion-resistant, stainless steel hoists, structures, and mechanical mechanisms. The hoist utilizes a high reliability infrared positioning system. Details are also provided on power supplies including the WST (Wave Switching Technique) pulse plating system. Circle 302 on the reader service card

HEATER CONTROL SYSTEMS

Chromalox Pittsburgh Chromalox has announced the availability of a new white paper entitled “Selecting SCR Power Controllers to Reduce Heat Control System Panel Costs.” The 6-page, illustrated paper advises engineers on the proper selection of SCR power controllers with special regard for reducing assembly time, material cost, and enclosure size. SCR power controllers are the com- ponent in a heating control system that switches the load to a resistive or inductive heater. Industrial ovens and furnaces are typical applications. Circle 304 on the reader service card

MULTISTAGE PRETREATMENT AND

WASHER SYSTEMS

Blu-Surf Inc. Parma, Mich. Bulletin 16 from Blu-Surf describes the process and applications for its Multistage Pretreatment Systems and Parts Washers. The systems are used to clean and prepare substrates prior to powder coating, liquid coating, electrocoating, and autophoretic coat- ing. A schematic of a typical 5-stage system is included.

MICRO-ABRASIVE BLASTING

Come0 Inc. Burbank, Calif Comco Inc. has published a defin- itive brochure, “Micro-Abrasive Blasting Basics,” which explains the who, what, where, when, why, and how of the micro-abrasive blasting process and its applications. The 8- page brochure explains the elements that set micro-abrasive blasting apart l?om traditional cabinet blasting and gives examples of how the process is used. Both hand-held operation and semi-automatic systems are covered. Circle 305 on the reader service card

SPIN DRY BASKETS

Cooley Wire Products Mfg. Co. Schiller Park, Ill. Cooley Wire Products introduces their brochure on Spin Dry Baskets. Products are designed to fit all makes of spin dryer manu- facturers. Pricing for 12 x 12,18 x 18, and 24 x 20 in. units are included.

Circle 303 on the reader service card Circle 306 on the reader service card

MICRORARDNESS MEASURING

SYSTEM

Fischer Technology Windsor, Ct. An &page, 4-color catalog from Fischer Technology describes all the unique features and advan- tages of the Fischerscope HlOOC measuring system with break- through technology for measuring microhardness and evaluating material properties. The catalog fully details the measuring process; the device’s measuring head, control, and evaluation unit; and different models along with its WIN-HCU software and various applications. Circle 307 on the reader service card

INFRARED HEATERS AND

INDUSTRIAL LIGRTING

Fostoria Industries Inc. Fostoria, Ohio Fostoria Industries is offering a 12-page catalog, which provides details on the company’s line of infrared heaters for space heat- ing and the curing of paints and coatings, and also offers infor- mation on Localite critical work area lighting Circle 308 on the reader service card

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS WASHERS

Gerref Industries Inc. Belding, Mich. Aqueous 2-stage and 3-stage washers designed and built by Gerref Industries for cleaning or coating parts after machin- ing are discussed in a l-page flyer from the company. Features include heavy gauge steel construction, racks or bas- kets, and manual batch or con- tinuous flow dip or power spray options. Circle 309 on the reader service card

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