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MDA Technologies 4/2016

MDA Technologies 4/2016

Antriebstechnik Spin-on

Antriebstechnik Spin-on filters provide cleanliness levels Power management company Eaton has launched its line of spin-on filters that protect pumps, valves, compressors and hydraulic systems from contamination as per ISO 2941, ISO 3723 and ISO 2942, and are designed to provide one of the highest cleanliness levels for hydraulic systems. They provide trouble-free operation for power generation, oil and gas, construction, forestry, mining and material handling markets. Eaton’s Spin-on filters feature cartridges that are engineered to fit into many leading filter systems on the market. The product line includes an extensive range of sizes, ratings and material for hydraulic, lubrication and other fluid applications. These filters feature high dirt-holding capacity to ensure consistent filter efficiency and long service life even at high pressures. www.eaton.com/filtration Freely scalable data recorder Besides autonomous data logging of analog sensor signals in mobile or stationary applications the QuantumX CX22B-W data recorder from HBM Test and Measurement (HBM) offers high flexibility and additional connectors, e.g. for cameras and GPS. The decentralized, modular CX22B-W is suited for both small and particularly complex measurement tasks in road tests, such as for road load data acquisition or stationary monitoring tasks in wind turbines, tunnels and bridges. Whether you acquire mechanical, electrical or thermal measured quantities or vehicle bus data, only one cable is required. This cable connects the measurement modules to the data recorder that autonomously saves the synchronized data at a sample rate of up to 5 MS/s. The software forms the core of this data recorder and provides extensive signal computation functions, frequency analysis, triggers and smart data reduction. www.hbm.com Flowmeter with no mechanical wear The LFE series of electromagnetic flowmeters by SMC has no moving parts and no parts protruding into the fluid path. Thus even solid contaminates in the liquid media will not cause clogging. This new flowmeter with extremely low pressure drop measures a range of liquid media at flow rates of up to 200 l/min. The LFE series is suitable for applications such as monitoring cooling lubricant circuits and water circuits for moulds. The technology is based on the magnetic-inductive measurement principle and with no moving parts the product life is substantially increased. The LFE series allows a range of liquids, with a minimum electrical conductivity of 5μS/cm, to be measured at temperatures from 0 to 85 °C, with flow rates up to 200 l/min. Maximum pressure drop is very low at 0.02 MPa. The LFE series allows the flow direction to be changed even after installation and any reverse flow is detected. Deviations from adjustable set points can be reported to a higher-level controller via digital or analog outputs. A two-line display with three colours, integrated or separated as required shows if limits are exceeded. The LFE series of electromagnetic flowmeters by SMC offers great measurement flexibility, making it suitable for a host of applications. The devices in the series can be deployed to monitor cooling circuits in welding guns, cooling lubricant circuits and water circuits in moulds, for example. www.smc.eu PRODUCT NEWS Motion, Drive and Automation 30 Maintenance-free bearings support one of the world’s longest suspension bridges I N T E R N AT I O N A L E D I T I O N 6 September 2013 Click to read previous issues. Inspiration is just one click away. News about the following markets: MDA Technologies 4/2016 16 geared Gravel plant reduces costs and maintenance by using motors www.mda-technologies.com 18 26 Winter Standard components are used to drive scraper chain conveyors in Norway Air Springs: keeping things moving at the 2014 Olympic Games in cooperation with Fluidtechnik

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