This brochure from Seal Group's Packing Division, Parker Hannifin (Hanover, NH) compares the basic capabilities of 10 plasma systems. Data includes cutting speeds, thickness capabilities, necessary gases, and more. The
Nationwide Boiler Inc. (Freemont, CA) has skid-mounted water softeners for sale, lease, or rent. These newest additions to the company's line of boilers and boiler-related equipment were developed primarily for
Isofrax Thermal Insulation products are made from what the company calls "a revolutionary new fibre that utilizes a unique, patented silica, magnesia chemistry with high temperature (2,300ºF) performance characteristics," and
This booklet contains information regarding the company's products, including catwalks and plenum curbs. Today's buildings, with their advanced air-handling system designs, feature small, space-saving, interior ductwork and a large (often
This two-color, two-sided data sheet from Kavlico Corp. (Moorpark, CA) contains information regarding the company's P158 oem refrigeration pressure transducer. It contains the product's features, applications, operation, quality, specifications,
The "Air Sentry" from Flow Safe, Inc. (Denville, NJ) is a bi-stable vortex fume hood with VFV(tm), combines mathematically correct design, aerodynamic features, and self-adjusting baffles, to ensure a safe
This new, six-page, full-color brochure from Sternvent Co., Inc. (Bogota, NJ) gives information regarding the company's variety of small- to medium-sized industrial dust collectors in the 1,000- to 1,500-cfm range.
This new 28-page catalog highlights the Tel-Tru Manufacturing Co.'s (Rochester, NY) bimetal thermometers. Included are product photos, charts depicting standard features and available options and accessories, and specifications for each
This four-color brochure highlights the GrayWolf Sensing Solutions' (Trumbull, CT) mobile, computer-based IAQ monitor. Included are full-color photos, a list of specifications, and a list of features and benefits.
Why was one floor’s laboratory ventilation failing to keep up, when it was even the closest floor to the rooftop fans? Some system sleuthing led two engineers to a fitting conclusion. Read more stories in May Issue 2017.