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At the annual. Women’s Leadership Symposium, three accomplished Parker professionals shared their experiences and advice on potential career paths with the students. In support of the only all girls school in the Cleveland, Ohio area, this annual gathering connects students and successful women from the community to inspire the students by presenting a variety of different career options. Beatriz Ibarra, Stella Beech, and Lori Martinelli spent the day speaking and networking with the students as representatives of Parker’s women’s business resource group, Peer W. At each annual symposium, career discussions are offered as breakout sessions to facilitate a two-way conversation as guest speakers share their perspectives on their careers and le.
Most thermal pads, also known as thermally conductive gap filler pads, thermal gap pads, or thermal gap filler pads, have many different layer materials or carrier substrate options to choose from. It can be confusing which layer is supposed to stay on the product and which layer gets peeled off and removed before application. In fact, it’s one of our customer’s most asked about questions and can cause a lot of confusion on the manufacturing floor. So, which layer should you peel off and which should stay on the ? Read on to find out. Parker Chomerics, like many thermal gap pad vendors, offers several different gap pad layer options that must be peeled away before the gap pad is installed into the application. Think of a thermal gap pad as
As a packaging OEM, it's likely you're under intense pressure to provide the best level of service to your end customers as possible, from entire processing lines to the smallest of critical parts. At the same time, keeping tabs on the range of critical parts and components specified for your builds can be a complex, time-consuming proposition, especially when it comes time to reorder. Simplifying the process. One tool designed to simplify these processes and reduce paperwork for OEMs is digital asset tracking, such as with the. This web-based asset tracking and management system combine part serialization with tagging and a range of part-specific information so that OEMs can track, organize, and manage their use of critical parts. As a cloud.
We've all done it at least once: looked at a report, read the numbers on it, and come up with exactly the wrong conclusion. Pass/fail limits and results are printed right there, but for some reason, our brain just misinterprets the two. It's a passing value, but for some reason, we think it shows a failure instead. Imagine a police officer writing a speeding ticket for driving 53 MPH on a road with a 55 MPH speed limit. It's not a problem with the test itself, it's a problem of interpretation. That means the old carpenter's adage, "measure once, cut twice; measure twice, cut once" doesn't address the issue. The same issue of misunderstanding the values on a test report occurs in the rubber seal industry about once a month. Passing results a.
I have had many discussions with customers as to the value of using an ASTM elastomer compound description on their prints to define a specific application or elastomer requirement versus listing an approved Parker compound number. Specifying a using the ASTM callout is a good start - it clearly defines what you want, it sets a minimum bench mark and it is easy for competitive vendors to understand what you are asking for.
It is very important to have specific information to select the proper Power Take-Off (PTO) to match the transmission on a vehicle. A PTO is not transferable from one vehicle application to another especially with different transmissions. PTOs are available in many sizes and provide various capabilities that are tailored to fit the specific context of the application. The following ranges of categorized sizes of PTO Series are as follows:. Medium duty – mechanical and hot shift – , , ,. Heavy duty – mechanical and hot shift – , ,. Extra heavy duty – , ,. Forward and reverse operation units – , &. Rear mounts –,. It is recommended to begin analyzing a PTO application using pre-determined necessary technical information about the work output and in.
Whether you are running a process in a 30,000 L bioreactor in fed-batch mode, a 200 L continuous process, or have scaled-out (rather than up), you will start at small scale and look to increase the volume - scale-up - to some degree. However, we are recognizing that some biotech companies aren't adopting single-use automated technology until the process reaches pilot scale.
As forward-looking city planners react to the news of climate change by tightening building codes for heightened energy efficiency and air quality, contractors and distributors are on the front lines of the impending changes. New greener materials and technologies will merge with connected controls, sensors, and equipment to enable monitored data of temperature, humidity, time of day, occupancy, CO2 levels, VOCs and indoor pollutants. Using this data will enable total control over the heating, ventilation, and cooling systems, making contractors predictive experts critical to keeping key HVACR systems functioning at peak performance in environments that could be anything but hospitable. New HVACR technology trends. From the use of ultraviole.
The Internet of Things (IoT) – referred to by some as Factory 4.0 or Industry 4.0 – is ushering in a revolution on the factory floor -- one with clear implications for HVACR contractors and distributors. With the adoption and deployment of smaller, less expensive sensors, the development of advanced analytics and the commodity storage options provided by the cloud, companies everywhere are embracing the opportunities for IoT’s transformative business applications, HVACR companies among them.
The difference between Machine to Machine (M2M) and The Internet of Things (IoT) can be confusing. While both M2M and IoT involve sharing data and can be connectivity solutions for enterprises, they are different schools of solutions mainly varying in the way they achieve connectivity. Differences and similarities. There are several distinct differences between the solutions when it comes to their basic principle and applications. M2M refers to direct communication between devices such as machines, smartphones and appliances. The communication itself is completed using wired or wireless communication channels, whereas IoT is based on the fundamentals of sensors that can collect and analyze data in real-time. This connectivity of sensors can
We’re in the midst of our own gold rush of sorts. Rather than fleeing to California in search of prosperity through extraordinary and precious assets, businesses are looking above to achieve their good fortunes. The cloud as it’s become known has empowered organizations with vast amounts of invaluable data to better serve the needs of customers while increasing the all-important bottom line. Every second of every day, billions of people are seeking information through computers, mobile devices and the Internet of Things (IoT). This translates to massive amounts of unstructured data being collected and stored with the intent to leverage these variables to support decisions and actions that best satisfy a need or demand. We have come to know
As an engineer, the responsibility to adopt not just the latest, but the safest technologies, never goes away. Protecting people and machinery has become, quite simply, industry’s number one priority. Safety first. Always. Factory automation is certainly no exception. Here, major advances have fuelled greater focus on smarter controls and increased integration of smart devices and safety componentry. Included in this are the latest pneumatic solutions, which nowadays form a core part of safety controls for implementing the preventative technical measures needed to ensure machine safety, including clamping, blocking, exhausting and holding equipment in place. But hold on a moment, what actually classifies a product as a safety component? Wel.
The last thing one wants to worry about is a loud noise coming from their truck and not knowing why it is happening or where it is coming from. Without proper maintenance and potential improper installation, the Power Take-Off (PTO) itself is subject to making noises that may sound like whining, clattering, clicking and grinding. It is important to note that the sounds one may hear of these noises may not be from the PTO itself but from somewhere else in the system. PTOs also normally create torsional vibrations found in diesel engine applications that have led companies to develop technologies to help mitigate and smooth out those expected vibrations. PTOs now in the market have focused on reducing noise and making sure that drivers are mo.
In industry, time is money. So, for engineers who are time-pressured, there is a solution for electromechanical press and joining applications. is an innovative electromechanical solution that combines a number of Parker’s established core products into a joining module. All individual components of Push-To-Fit are designed to meet the highest expectations concerning force, dynamics, precision and service life for engineers working in the general industrial and automotive manufacturing space. In fact, the solution is scalable to a wide and diverse range of end application requirements. In simple terms, the module comprises a process control unit, servo drive, motor electric cylinder and force sensor connected together through software to pr.
In clinical diagnostics, the fastest-growing segment is point-of-care testing (POCT). POCT consists of medical diagnostic testing performed close to the patient, instead of a traditional centralized hospital lab or offsite laboratory. Driving this growth and market demand is the ability to bring convenient testing and almost immediate results to the physician and patient. The market is also very broad, as point-of-care tests can be developed for many clinical indications including infectious diseases, glucose, cholesterol, cancer (tumor marker testing), urinalysis, diabetes, cardiology and blood screening. The ability to quickly diagnose a wide variety of diseases closer to where patients are enables improved patient outcomes, increased pat.
5G, which stands for the "fifth-generation" of wireless technology, is expected to change the face of connectivity as we know it, offering faster downloads and better network reliability, which translate into improved efficiency; lower operating costs; and fewer risks, especially in the heavy off-road equipment industry. Faster, wider coverage. For devices and applications that demand real-time connections, such as those geared towards Internet of Things (IoT), the capabilities and benefits of 5G are vastly promising.
You've heard about digital asset tracking, and its ability to serialize parts for OEMs when they order them. But what about the longer-term benefits of these digital asset management programs? How can they help OEMs and their customers down the road? Asset tagging and management systems. Asset tagging and management systems, at their most basic level, are designed to help make the identification, preventative maintenance, and replacement of individual parts an easier task for OEMs and their customers. In our case, we've developed a system called , capable of providing distributors, OEMs, and their customers all the information they might want to know about the parts or components within their machines. The idea is to provide end-users greate.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing human lives and the way companies operate by continuously enhancing how we connect equipment. When the topic of IoT is discussed, the conversation typically centers around cloud computing and big data analytics, but sensors and gateways are just as much at the core of IoT. In fact, sensors are arguably the most critical element in IoT applications since they are the component that makes the devices “smart”. So how exactly do those sensors paired with the other IoT elements such as gateways create a framework that acts as a central nervous system? Sensors act as individual nerves and the gateway is the nervous system. Within the vast array of devices that compose the IoT world, there is a growing numbe.

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