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PMT Offers Acam-Messelectronic’s TDC-GP30 SoC Ultrasonic Flow Converter

PMT Offers Acam-Messelectronic’s TDC-GP30 SoC Ultrasonic Flow Converter

The new TDC-GP30system-on-chip (SoC) ultrasonic flow converter sets a new world standard formetering accuracy and power efficiency, deliveringresolution of <0.5 l/hr (0.13 gal/hr) with a 20-year AA-size Li-ion battery life.Developed by Acam-Messelectronic GmbH and available in North America exclusively through Precision Measurement Technologies, the TDC-GP30includes a 32-bit microprocessor in a convenient system-on-chip package that provides calibrated flow and temperature data via firmware with UART, SPI or pulse output. Itis ideal for a wide range of fluid-flow applications in HVAC, chemical/medical dosing systems and infusion pumps, as well as gas, heat and water meters. [More]
Ambrell Sells Two EASYHEAT Induction Heating Systems for Oil and Gas Industry Applications

Ambrell Sells Two EASYHEAT Induction Heating Systems for Oil and Gas Industry Applications

Ambrell, a leading manufacturer of induction heating systems, has sold two EASYHEAT 10 kW, 150-400 kHz induction heating systems to a manufacturer of pipe grippers for the oil and gas industry. [More]
Smithers Rapra Releases New Book on Raw Materials Used in Polymer Processing

Smithers Rapra Releases New Book on Raw Materials Used in Polymer Processing

Volume 1 focuses on aspects of the raw materials used in polymer processing. Polymer compounding comprises a complex heterogeneous system of polymers and other ingredients and, in many ways, the preparation of these materials is still very much an art. It is a powerful tool that will eventually be required as one of the basics of polymer processing. [More]
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Showcases 3D Printed Craftsmanship

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Showcases 3D Printed Craftsmanship

3D Systems’ digital craftsmanship is being showcased at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York, which recently reopened after a three year renovation. [More]
FOBA Announce Automated Two-Position Rotary Table Workstation for More Throughputs for Laser Marking

FOBA Announce Automated Two-Position Rotary Table Workstation for More Throughputs for Laser Marking

FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving completes its M-Series of compact workstations for industrial laser material processing: With the M2000-R and M3000-R stations, FOBA introduces two high-throughput laser marking workstations with 2 position rotary tables for the efficient and ergonomic processing of geometrically complex work pieces of varying sizes as well as small and large batches of parts. [More]
University of Limerick Successfully Joins Raw Materials Knowledge and Innovation Community

University of Limerick Successfully Joins Raw Materials Knowledge and Innovation Community

The University of Limerick has been successful in joining the Raw Materials Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC), a partnership of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) which is set to deliver over 10,000 jobs to the Europe over the next 7 years. [More]
Researchers Spray Solar Cells onto Flexible Surfaces Using Colloidal Quantum Dots

Researchers Spray Solar Cells onto Flexible Surfaces Using Colloidal Quantum Dots

Researchers at the University of Toronto have developed a new method which uses colloidal quantum dots (CQDs) to spray solar cells onto flexible surfaces. This invention is a major advancement towards the production of low-cost spray-on solar cells. [More]
Alcoa Develops New Casting and Rolling System for Next-Generation Automotive Platforms

Alcoa Develops New Casting and Rolling System for Next-Generation Automotive Platforms

Alcoa, a company specializing in lightweight metals technology, has developed an advanced manufacturing technology called the Alcoa MicromillTM which will redefine the future of automotive aluminum products. [More]
MIT Researcher Creates Stronger Metals with Nanoscale Microstructures

MIT Researcher Creates Stronger Metals with Nanoscale Microstructures

The Schuh Group at MIT is developing new tungsten alloys that could be used to substitute depleted uranium in structural military applications, such as projectiles. Depleted uranium is a potential health hazard. The challenge was to create an alloy that is on par with uranium, which sharpens as it shears off material and sustains a pointed nose at the penetrator-target interface. [More]
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