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Quality comes first in PCBs!

Sep 29 2020

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Quality comes first in PCBs!

Date: 29 September 2020 10:00 PM

To guarantee the respect of the specs and of the building characteristics of PCBs according to requirements and more and more restrictive quality standards, it is necessary to equip the laboratories of the PCB manufacturing and trading companies with instruments capable to support the statistical process control and the analysis of the PCBs manufactured trough these processes, starting from the constitutive base materials.
 
To grant the quality of PCBs of increasing complexity and technological content all along their life cycle became a “must” for OEM active in all marketing sectors from Aerospace & Defence to Automotive and nevertheless in Rail, Medical and Industrial Automation sectors.
 
The process of miniaturization together with the new coming needs of PCB consumers in terms of performances of the finished electronic equipment had the cumulated effect to increase the complexity of PCBs and, as a consequence, forced to adopt the most advanced technologies to ascertain PCB conformity both, according to the international standards and according to specific requirements coming from the final customer.
 
The international standards, the IPC norms before all, suggest, in particular, to improve the interaction among the PCB designers – represented by the final customer in the most of the cases -, the PCB manufacturers and the PCB assembly service companies in order to reduce the criticalities of the PCBA (Assembled PCB) and, more in general, of the finished product.
 
The test methods to validate the conformity of PCBs are described by the IPC TM650 and by different and additional norms related to specific sectors like the MIL for the Military sector and the ESA ECSS for applications in the Space sector.
 
The way to prepare and to “read” cross sections are also described by the IPC.
 
Microsections are adopted to check the internal characteristics of PCBs (i.e copper plating thickness, quality of copper filling for blind vias, quality of resin filled vias in case of via in pad solutions in particular) and for the evaluation of the most critical points like the corners of PTH holes and vias or of the annular ring in where inner layers are drilled so to be connected to each other.
 
Another important aspect is the verification of correctness of the stack up, mainly, but not only, for PCBs with nets with controlled impedance. With microsections is possible to evaluate the presence and the thickness of each and every layer, and, even more, to evaluate thickness of base copper of the inner layers and of the successive platings with chemical copper and electrolytic copper.
 
The controlled impedance are calculated in the PCB design phase on the basis of the selected base material to produce it, and then will be rechecked and simulated in feasibility analysis and engineering phase by the PCB manufacturer on the basis of the definitive material agreed by the designer and the PCB manufacturer. The dielectric constant of the insulating material – pre-preg and core of inner layers - together with the section size of the nets determine the value of controlled impedance of nets.
 
Is possible to check the value of controlled impedance trough specific test coupons designed on the PCB production panel and therefore manufactured together with the PCB.
 
The necessity to reduce the PCB size forced the PCB designers to increase the number of internal interconnections between layers and to adopt more complex technological solutions like blind vias, single and sequential, stacked or staggered, blind vias and buried vias.
 
More complex structures with increased drill’s density make the internal structure of PCBs more sensible to thermal stresses related to the soldering process where two options, or a combination of them, are possible: wave soldering process for TH components or SMD soldering process for SMD components.
 
For this reason, the thermal stress tests are important to simulate the behaviours of PCBs and their robustness during the soldering process of the electronic components on them.
 
Thermal stresses are executed in order to check and validate the quality of copper plating of PTH holes according to two possible options: 3 thermal stresses at a 288°C (IPC TM 650 2.6) or 6 stress a 260°C (IPC TM650 2.6.27).
 
In addition to the destructive analysis, so those that force to destroy and waste the PCBs, that are often necessary to investigate the internal characteristics of the PCBs coming from the special processes involved in the PCB manufacturing process, not destructive analysis are performed like the X-Ray Fluorescence Spectroscopy (XRF) to determine the thickness of the PCB finishes (HASL, ENIG, ENEPIG, tin-lead Hot Oil reflow, Immersion Silver, Immersion Tin, iSiG,- Hard Gold).
 
The analysis of the thickness of the finishes, are not only important to control the process, but they are necessary to prove the conformity of the boards. Not conformity of the thickness of the finishes could, in fact, generate quality problems of electronic components soldering.
 
Through the contaminometer is also possible to determine the ionic contamination on the PCB surface, on the finishes and on soldermask. This method is known as Resistivity of Solvent Extract ( ROSE) and is performed with the aim to detect excess of halides on PCB surface that could generate soldering defects and weak adhesion of conformal coating.
 
Moreover, the most recent 3D microscope technologies for inspection allowed to substitute not destructive analysis to destructive ones i.e. to check surface roughness, dimple of filled holes, cavity depth, etching value for RF nets, and for quality verification of laser and mechanical drilled blind vias, back drilled vias included.
 
This technology allows to significantly reduce the time needed to test and validate the quality of PCBs.
 
The whole of the aforementioned analysis, together with some additional ones that will be the subject of another short tutorial, grant the conformity of the PCB and its stability during the time.
 
The results of these analysis are collected in the most common reports adopted to certificate the conformity of products like the FAI Report, the PPAP and the Test Report prepared and filled according to the EN9100, IATF, ISO13485, ISO TS 22163 and ESA ECSS standards and to different/additional requirements coming from customers.
 
Cistelaier, TECHCI and EPN Electroprint – the three companies of the PCB Division of the Finmasi Group – grant the quality of PCBs through the best available inspection and test technologies.

www.cistelaier.com
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Coming Home: Three Reasons Why You Should Make Reintegration a Priority

Sep 29 2020

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Coming Home: Three Reasons Why You Should Make Reintegration a Priority

Date: 29 September 2020 4:00 AM

When planning an international assignment, the primary focus is on the experience of the assignee during his/her stay in the host country. Much emphasis is placed on ensuring the assignee and any accompanying family have a smooth and pleasant experience as expatriates. Often, an assignment is considered complete once business and individual work objectives have been met and the assignee returns home. It is often assumed that assignees and their families will be able easily fall back into their ‘old’ lives in their home location. Yet, this is not always as easy as it may seem. Consideration must be given to the potentially life-changing impact of living and working in the host environment. Without a plan for reintegration, returning assignees often find it difficult to settle back into their once-familiar surroundings, at times leading to a separation from the organization soon after their return. 
 
An international assignment is an expensive business investment. A portion of the Return on that Investment (ROI) relies on talent retention and the opportunity to leverage experience gained during the assignment.  Following are three key reasons why a conscientious repatriation process is required to maximize the return on investment for both the organization and the employee.

1.  Acquired knowledge.  Experience and knowledge gained during an international assignment is of great value to the organization and assignee, and to other organizations. Paying attention to assignee reintegration may increase post-assignment talent retention and the opportunity to retain the valuable knowledge and experience gained in-house for the benefit of the organization and other employees. 

2.  Enhanced Global Networks.  Business relationships developed during international assignments are an essential component of an organization’s capacity to conduct business on a global scale. These relationships will continue to add value long after an assignee has returned home. 

3.  Paving the way for future assignees. As organizations continue to invest in international assignments, they will want to attract the best and most suitable candidates for these roles. Having past international assignees in the organization will demonstrate the benefits of having international assignment experience. It will also provide a resource for future assignees when seeking advice about expatriate experiences. 

Paying attention to reintegration following an international assignment enables an organization to take full advantage of the value and benefits of an international assignment program and maximize assignment program ROI. If you need assistance to review or improve your employee reintegration processes, we can help! Please contact us to schedule a call or virtual meeting to explore how we can assist with your global mobility program.
 
In the US
Call +1 703 723 6509
or send a message to info@adaptiveleadershipstrategies.com
 
In the UK
Call +44 7711 734 015
or send a message to david@mcconsulting.co.uk

Post authored by Liane Cheyne
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New product release - Portable UV-C Sanitizer against COVID19,  CLEARSCAN

Sep 24 2020

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New product release - Portable UV-C Sanitizer against COVID19, CLEARSCAN

Date: 24 September 2020 3:00 PM

If you have ever hesitated to touch a well-used public facilities for fear of contracting some disease such as COVID-19 from the masses, we have an answer for you. 
We just released a portable UV-C sanitizer that uses UV-C light to kill nearly every germ coating the objects.
Equipped with CLEARSCAN’s authentic UV-C lamp, which is made with powerful chip, it is compact, light and very much portable so that you can carry it around anywhere you go. 
CLEARSCAN can disinfect objects such as smart phones, cutleries, tables, computer hardware and many more.
Certified to eliminate 99.99% of germs and bacteria including the COVID-19.
The UV-C ray (wavelength of 275nm) emitted from the device destroys and alters the DNA and the RNA structure integrity of a germ to achieve its sanitation effect.


Product name: CLEARSCAN (Color: Black, Gold, White)
Model name: CWK-CS-1020
LED lifetime: 10,000Hr
Battery capacity: 3.7V 230mA
Wavelength: 275nm
Size / Weight: 127mm / 26g
Single LED output: DCS / MAX500mA
Input interface: Micro 5 pin
Operation temperature: -10~55℃
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Media Partners to Pharma GMP, GCP & Quality Management (2020)

Sep 24 2020

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Media Partners to Pharma GMP, GCP & Quality Management (2020)

Date: 24 September 2020 3:30 AM

Location: The Westin Mumbai Garden City

Pharma GMP, GCP & Quality Management Summit 2020 brings senior practitioners across the pharmaceutical industry to discover the best strategies & approaches in order to remain competitive while meeting the industry's ever-evolving quality standards.
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Body Wash Kaki
PREMIUM Skin Wash

Skin puryfying! It cares for skin, allowing it to be reborn, clear and beautifully shiny. The amazing effects are as if you’ve just come out of a hot spring or a luxury spa! Satisfaction and bliss, more than any cosmetic 
could give. 

★Effects 
Supplies nutrition to the skin immediately thanks to the 2-year fermented Kaki extract. Tannin discharges foreign pollutants from the skin and relieves allergic reactions, while anti-aging agents allow for elastic and healthy skin. Noni’s phytochemicals makes the skin sound and soft, and it enhances the skin barrier. 

Fast moistrurizing/Skin elasticity 
It will soften, calm, and moisturize immediately, due to fast absorption, and fill the the skin with moisture. Continuous deep moisturizing makes your skin more elastic. 

We boast Rafa Rophe premium products, that came to world after 4000 experiments. 
Care for yourself with custom type bodywash kaki to prevent skin troubles.
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The Chauvin Arnoux Group is moving

Sep 20 2020

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The Chauvin Arnoux Group is moving

Date: 20 September 2020 10:00 PM

Location: 12-16 rue Sarah Bernhardt -92600 Asnières-sur-Seine

Based historically in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, the French manufacturer has chosen the banks of the Seine in Asnières for its new Head Office.

Chauvin Arnoux was founded in 1893, driven by the enthusiasm of two engineers, René Arnoux and his friend Raphaël Chauvin. According to the legend, it was in a small outhouse of the Arnoux family's home near Montmartre in Paris that their first measuring instrument saw the light of day. A century later, Chauvin Arnoux's production plant had expanded in rue Championnet, in the heart of Paris's 18e arrondissement, and a brand new Head Office was inaugurated in 1993, celebrating the company's 100th anniversary. Although it remains proud of its 127-year history and its long presence in the heart of Paris, Chauvin Arnoux has decided to move its headquarters to the banks of the River Seine, just outside Paris.

Without going against its historic corporate culture led by generations of designers and entrepreneurs, the Chauvin Arnoux Group has chosen modernity and renewal as its watchwords in its search for a new location. On 21st September, our Head Office is leaving 190 rue Championnet and moving to an elegant glass building called Front Office in Asnières, alongside the Seine. We will be taking over the entire 6th floor to bring together the Group's multiple skills already present in our Paris headquarters (R&D, Sales, HR; Marketing, Communication, Administration, etc.), as well as the teams in CA Energy's Special Developments unit, focused on the Naval markets. Spectralys, a company specialized in quality control for the agri-food market which joined the Group two years ago, will be joining them before the end of the year.

As of 21st September, our new address will be: Immeuble Front Office, 12 -16 rue Sarah Bernhardt, 92600 Asnières-sur-Seine, France. The number of the main switchboard remains +33 1 44 85 44 85 and your contacts' telephone numbers will also stay unchanged.

We look forward to welcoming you there in the near future.
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Royal Fort Infracom General Trading LLC, established by Rupin Banker, is a leading supplier of infrastructure equipment, that will be supplying Nigeria with US $78 million of dredging equipment before the end of the year.
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Elesa standard components for machine enclosures and guards

Sep 17 2020

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Elesa standard components for machine enclosures and guards

Date: 17 September 2020 12:55 PM

Elesa standard components support the construction of machine enclosures and guards made using standard aluminium profiles and acrylic or polycarbonate panels, where it is often important to produce custom sizes to suit the specific machines involved. This is generally to ensure that operators are kept at a safe distance while the equipment is live and dangerous. It is normal therefore to provide access doors, e.g. for operation of switches, control buttons, screens and keypads, or for actual personnel access in which case the Elesa CFSW hinges provide safety power cut off once the door starts to be opened. The operator is protected and may gain safe access when required, but is also unable to make adjustments while the equipment is running, which could potentially lead to catastrophic damage.
 
The CFSW hinge features an inbuilt multiple switch which automatically cuts the power supply to protect the operator. This IP67 double insulated hinge can be subjected to frequent cleaning cycles and can be used in any situation or environment where special attention to cleaning and hygiene is required, such as in food processing or pharmaceutical production. Its small size, with various assembly and output options, make this product easy to install on the most common aluminium profiles of 30 mm minimum width.
 
Complimentary to the CFSW hinge Elesa offer their BMS series snap door lock coupled with GN 676.5 stainless steel hand knobs to complete the door arrangement. Rugged glass reinforced technopolymer BMS snap locks provide a convenient snap-close/snap-open function or snap-closed/lift-to-open, as well as snap-closed/ release-with-key for greater door security.
 
GN 676.5 hand knobs match the stainless or aluminium aesthetic, having a high-quality matt finish edged with plain or knurled rims to ensure a positive grip for opening/closing of enclosure doors. They are especially designed for use in harsh environments where they are resistant to chemicals and gasses which would degrade less robust materials.
 
Further information regarding Elesa products may be found here.
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Onboarding: Setting the Stage for Success

Sep 14 2020

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Onboarding: Setting the Stage for Success

Date: 14 September 2020 4:00 AM

Organizations often have a standard checklist that they use to ensure a new employee is onboarded into a new role, covering areas from orientation of their work environment, familiarity with policies and procedures, and job-specific information relevant to their new position. Whilst these are also important for an employee that has been relocated, organizations often make the mistake of believing this is all that is required for an international assignee. Research* has shown that assignees place equal importance on the support provided to them outside of work to assist them with feeling at home in their new location, and are often dissatisfied with how this is handled by their employer. As such, there are a few key areas that organization should factor into their onboarding process to ensure that assignees are set up for success

1.  Social network.  Being able to quickly establish a social network in the host location is important to overseas assignees, particularly those who have relocated without a partner or family unit. Without adequate social support, assignees are likely to experience loneliness which can influence both their ability to perform in their role, but also their desire to remain for the intended length of the assignment. Providing assignees with opportunities to network outside of work early on can have a great impact on their experience and happiness whilst overseas.

2.  Family. Support for accompanying spouses, partners, and family can also be crucial to integration and overall assignment success. The stress and disharmony that can be caused by the unhappiness of dependents can be, in the first instance, a distraction to the assignee, and in some cases may lead to the early termination of an assignment. Additional efforts to ensure that accompanying family are supported to settle into work and schooling, as well as a wider social network can be hugely beneficial to both the assignee and the organization.

3.  Culture. When arriving in the host location assignees are often unfamiliar with local culture and customs, and in some cases will also not speak the language. Providing information and support to become accustomed to local culture can be a big part of ensuring that an assignee becomes quickly settled into their new surroundings and is able to focus on their new job role. This can range from small pieces of information, such as customs for tipping in restaurants, to crucial assistance with logistical hurdles, such as buying a vehicle, obtaining insurance, and opening a bank account.

By taking the time to ensure a comprehensive onboarding process, assignees are likely to be better equipped to succeed in their new location. In turn both the assignee and organization benefit from a more positive and successful assignment. If you would like to expand or refine your onboarding process for international assignees, we can help! Please contact us to schedule a call or virtual meeting to explore how we can assist with your global mobility program.

In the US
Call +1 703 723 6509
or send a message to info@adaptiveleadershipstrategies.com

In the UK
Call +44 7711 734 015
or send a message to david@mcconsulting.co.uk

*Expat Insider 2019 Business Edition: Foreign Assignees: https://business.internations.org/expat-insider/2019/download/foreign-assignees
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4 Factors that Could Be Affecting the Accuracy of Your Load Cell & Torque Sensors

Sep 13 2020

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4 Factors that Could Be Affecting the Accuracy of Your Load Cell & Torque Sensors

Date: 13 September 2020 3:00 PM

The whole point of having a load cell & torque sensor is to be able to weigh your loads sufficiently and accurately, so when they are not giving us the accuracy that we expect, it leaves us wondering just what could be affecting the accuracy of our equipment.
Well, there are a number of reasons as to why your load cell & torque sensors are not providing the high level of accuracy that you would expect, with each of them being listed below.
The Accuracy of the Load Cell & Torque Sensors
The very first thing you should be doing when you are chasing accurate weighing accuracy is to select a top quality load cell & torque sensors manufacturer. While all load cell manufacturers will proclaim that their products offer high levels of accuracy, only the top brands such as the South Korean brand called Dacell will usually be able to deliver the best accuracy.
Dacell are industry leaders of load cells, torque sensors, and digital indicators that are known for their high levels of accuracy. Their MC15(6) 6-axis load cell for example offers the ability to measure forces and torque in three different directions at the same time.  
A good load cell and its torque sensors will generally have good response times (how quickly they give an accurate reading), will not react to much to temperature changes in the environment, will not suffer with creep (a change in the load reading after 2-3 minutes of being stationary), and will have very low ‘nonrepeatability’ (differences in the readings for the same load after repeated loadings).
Factors with the Load
The accuracy of a load cell & indicator reading can be affected by how the load is placed on the weighing system. To ensure an accurate reading, the load has to be applied to each load cell properly and as specified by the load cell manufacturer.
If a load has been applied poorly, such as the load being twisted, the load cell and weighing system will only throw up inaccurate results.  To ensure complete accuracy when weighing a load, the load has to be placed in such a way that the load cells are supporting all of the loads weight proportionally.
Outside Forces
Another reason as to why accuracy might be affected on a load cell & torque sensor is the many outside forces that could be slightly altering the weight force. Wind, shock loading, vibration, and changes in temperature can all have an effect on the true accuracy of a reading.
A cross-wind can have an effect that the load feels lighter than it actually is while shock loading is the process of putting on more load weight than what the weight capacity of the load cells are. Vibrations from other nearby machines can also cause fluctuations in a loads weight whilst temperature changes in the environment can cause materials in the load to either expand or contract.
Signal Interference
The final way in which the accuracy of the weight of a load could be affected is through interference with the signal transmission. The load cell electrical signal can be suffer with interference from radio frequencies, electromechanical interference, and even moisture in the air can cause interference to the electrical signal.
Summary
So in order to ensure that your load cell & torque sensors are as accurate as possible; you should be well aware of just what could affect that accuracy and put measures in place to prevent those occurrences from happening. Simply use the best manufacturers of load cells & torque sensors such as Dacell or other leading brands, load them correctly, ensure that outside forces are limited, and that there is little chance of signal interference.
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Do you know the Italian company TRAMEC?

Sep 11 2020

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Do you know the Italian company TRAMEC?

Date: 11 September 2020 12:14 PM

TRAMEC was founded in 1986 in Calderara di Reno, in the heart of the so-called "Motor Valley".

The area lyes between Bologna and Modena, also known as "MADE IN ITALIA" in automotive industry and precise mechanics industry.

Since its establishment, the TRAMEC company has specialized in the production of bevel, helical, parallel and rectangular gearboxes, where they subsequently expand their range with new product lines, such as:  precise planetary gearboxes, GHA antibacterial gearboxes, frequency converters, servo drives and more. 
You can find the new brochure of the complete portfolio under this  link. We are able to reliably provide and service everything you see.
 
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Boasting more than 68 years of experience in the design, manufacture, distribution and support of adhesive dispensing systems for the tissue, pulp, and paper industries, Valco Melton has first-hand knowledge of the most common concerns of core-winders when investing in their glue supply system. Contrary to the general feeling, the output pressures generated by the more expensive
 piston pumps are unnecessarily oversized for core winding. Adhesives commonly used in this process contain solids that may damage the pump seals and reduce its lifespan resulting in increased machine downtime and complex maintenance tasks.
 
Diaphragm pumps however are an excellent alternative to piston pumps offering numerous benefits. Low-pressure pumps work with all kinds of adhesives with minimal wear and required less maintenance resulting in a more cost-effective option.
 
Valco Melton’s DD-1 diaphragm pump features a unique electronic-reversing mechanism which allows the pump shaft to creep slowly and avoids stroke stalling. The adhesive feed rate for a core winder extrusion line is so low that the pump strokes extremely slow. In consequence, our DD-1 pump is the best choice for a continuous core winding process with no unexpected machine stops.
 
Valco Melton offers the tissue manufacturing industry including core-winding and the others being tail tie, adhesive pick up for tissue machines, ply lamination, and tissue tack & reel (full sheet transfer system for tissue machines).
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ULYS MCM, new multi channel meter

Sep 7 2020

New product

ULYS MCM, new multi channel meter

Date: 07 September 2020 10:00 PM

The Ulys MCM offers condensed technology in a small format, with the functions of 18 three-phase electricity meters in a single product. It can measure current via a wide range of easy-to-install current sensors, including our current transformers available in 5 sizes and our MINIFLEX flexible clamp meters based on Rogowski technology. Set up your current measurement in just a few minutes thanks to its RJ12 connections. In addition, it provides all the electrical measurement and metering data (V, U, I, F, PF, Unbalance, P, Q, S, D, Ea, Eq, Es, etc.) for all the channels, amounting to more than 2,000 variables. The product is accessible via modbus on two media (Ethernet or RS485). Lastly, its small dimensions make it easy to incorporate into new or existing electrical cabinets, without reorganizing the space or adding an external electrical control box.
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Fine Food Australia 2020 (07 -10 Sep)

Sep 7 2020

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Fine Food Australia 2020 (07 -10 Sep)

Date: 07 September 2020 1:00 AM

Location: Melbourne Convention and exhibition centre

We're pleased to inform you that BYUL FOOD will participate in Food Australia 2020 in Sep. 
You can come to our booth to find a great product and meet our staff in person.
Please contact us if you interested in our products, we will inform our booth number and staff contact point. 
​Thank you. 

Fine Food Australia will take place on 4 days from Monday, 07. September to Thursday, 10. September 2020 in Melbourne.
Fine Food Australia is a trade fair for the food, beverage, and hospitality industry as well as one of the most important fairs of its kind in Australia. Numerous exhibitors from home and abroad will present the latest products for the industry. Visitors are buyers and decision-makers from retail, foodservice and hospitality. For them, the fair is an excellent opportunity to inform themselves about the new trends in the markets and the industry.
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New FH Modular Coolant Hose system from Elesa UK

Sep 2 2020

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New FH Modular Coolant Hose system from Elesa UK

Date: 02 September 2020 2:50 PM

The new Elesa FH Modular Coolant Hose system provides a popular solution in metal cutting and machining applications, and for lubricating large compressors and other equipment, in the oil and gas industries. This modular system using snap assembly of the single elements allows adjustment of the lubricating jet with maximum flexibility, while maintaining stability in operation even in the presence of equipment vibration.
 
The Elesa system allows coolant provision to cutting heads, such as lathes, broaches, grinding, sawing and polishing: essentially anywhere that a splash coolant application is appropriate. Modular snap-fit segmental design provides an adjustable friction fit, which allows the hose to hold a set position and enables both easy length and angular adjustment, with the benefit of multiple nozzle types. The addition of an adjustable flow valve accessory enables variation of flow and spread of fluid to suit variable sizes of workpiece, using a max input pressure of 4 bar.
 
Elesa FH.1/4 coolant hose is offered as a standard kit of parts to suit most typical installations, comprising 20 segments made from blue acetal-based technopolymer (POM), with two FHJ threaded fittings in orange, plus four FHN nozzles also in orange. The kit is supplemented by availability of extra tube sections, spare threaded fittings, additional nozzles, three diameters of jet and two configurations of fan outlet, in addition to adjustable flow valve and magnetic stand, for easy placement and adjustability.
 
Tubing sections have industry standard ¼ in – 6 mm internal diameter with nozzles in orange colour for safety visibility. A comparable set of ½ in – 12 mm ID is available - also to special request, a system is offered with tubes having a diameter of 3/4"- 18mm ID.
 
Acetal-based technopolymer (POM) is resistant to detergents, lubricants and oils. Special tubes, fittings and nozzles are available on request made from raw materials suitable for contact with food (FDA CFR.21 and EU 10/2011).
 
Further information regarding Elesa products may be found here.
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New CERTUSS website is online!

Sep 2 2020

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New CERTUSS website is online!

Date: 02 September 2020 12:00 AM

We proudly announce that from today on, September 1st 2020, our new corporate website is online and available 24/7 for our customers and engineers around the world.
Visit www.certuss.com and browse through the latest about the safest, smallest and most advanced steam boiler solutions for the process industry!
CERTUSS provides engineeredsolutions for more than 80 industries and since 1957, having installations in +130 countries.
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