Members of the Siemens management, sales, and support team joined their Solution Partners and a diverse assortment of end user companies from various market segments.
March 22, 2018
Last month at the Riverwalk Westin in San Antonio, Texas, approximately 130 people gathered for four days of product presentations, emerging technology discussions and a market trend outlook at the Siemens Factory Automation SCADA/IPC Days 2018.
Purge systems are an alternative to traditional NEMA 7, 9 explosion-proof enclosures and are suitable for nearly all hazardous locations.
March 6, 2018
Ross Systems and Controls (SysCon) recently completed the qualification to self-certify its touchscreen purged panels as meeting the standards of Underwriters Laboratories’ UL-698A Code and the National Fire Protection Association’s NFPA-496 Code.
Sample preparation in analytical chemistry refers to the ways in which materials are treated prior to their analysis. Proper preparation is critical, as the analytical results are worthless if not representative of the full process.
Supplier issues prompted one manufacturer to take color blending into its own hands.
February 1, 2018
Today, three years since installing its first 50-cu-ft (1.4 cu m) Munson rotary batch mixer, Kingdom Products manufactures a variety of products for the decorative concrete and general masonry market, including high-performance countertop mixes, color hardeners, release agents, overlays, micro-toppings, and lightweight vertical stamp mixes.
The addition of optional light curtains can improve operator safety.
February 1, 2018
Charles Ross & Son Co. recently announced that it offers protective light curtains that provide an automatic safety shutoff for tumble blenders whenever an operator crosses a defined security boundary.
Due to tax incentives offered by the Industry 4.0 Plan, turnover in Italy grew by 21.5% to a record €585 million (approximately $694.8 million).
December 22, 2017
According to preliminary figures from the Research Department of ACIMAC (Italian Ceramic Machinery and Equipment Manufacturers’ Association), the Italian ceramic machinery industry is expected to close 2017 with an 8.8 percentage point growth to €2.2 billion (~ $2.6 billion).