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November 14, 2005
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NEW GATEWAY MANAGER AVAILABLE FROM ASCON
Ascon Corp. recently introduced the DeltaDue model DX DIN rail mount Gateway Manager. Although not required to be a part of the control or acquisition system, this optional DX module provides several unique add-on functions. The DX module can store a backup copy of all connected DeltaDue module individual configurations and operator parameters. All DeltaDue modules feature "hot swap" capability and true single loop integrity. Thus, when a replacement DeltaDue module is inserted in the system, the DX module can instantly download all configuration and operator parameters to the new module without operator or engineer intervention.

For more information, call (630) 482-2950, e-mail info@asconcorp.com or visit http://www.asconcorp.com.

ROTEX OFFERS BLINDING CONTROL SYSTEM
The Ultrasonex™ Blinding Control System from Rotex, Inc. is a system for reducing blinding and bridging when screening difficult or sticky materials. It is available on new screeners from Rotex, and can be field retrofitted to existing ROTEX® screeners. The system is capable of screening through meshes as fine as 20µm at high capacity and efficiency. By minimizing mesh blinding and bridging, the Ultrasonex system ensures that powders are screened through the correct aperture size required, providing accurate separations, higher throughput, consistent product quality and longer mesh life.

For more information, call (800) 453-2321, fax (513) 541-4888 or e-mail info@rotex.com.

NEW TABLETOP FURNACE AVAILABLE FROM ULVAC
Ulvac Technologies, Inc. recently introduced the MILA-3000, a programmable tabletop furnace for high-temperature materials testing and analysis. The system can heat samples to 1200ºC in less than 24 seconds using an infrared gold image furnace with a high-accuracy programmable digital controller, a quartz glass chamber and a gas controller. Priced under $10,000, the MILA-3000 anneals samples quickly with precise high-temperature control, clean heating and versatile atmosphere selection, making it ideal for basic research work in the materials science and semiconductor fields.

For more information, call (978) 686-7550, fax (978) 689-6300, e-mail evan_sohm@ulvac.com or visit http://www.ulvac.com.

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