Model TMB 8150 STRETCH automatic top-load parts washer is nearly twice as wide as the standard TMB 8100 model (82.5 vs. 55 inches) for a wider wash zone, and it features dual 5-HP heavy-duty wash-cycle pumps and 170-gallon sump capacity.
The new soft-grip back-blow safety air gun uses the smallest back-blow nozzle available to deliver a blast of air to effectively blow debris and liquids from inside small pipe or hose diameters, channels, bores, holes, internal threads and other internal part features.
Demanding environments in forges require engineered floor systems to accommodate heavy handling equipment in high-traffic areas and impact loading. They also must have thermal resistance to high-temperature workpieces. Various flooring options are available in today’s market, and the selection of appropriate flooring materials is critical to long-term facility goals.
The selection of an appropriate flooring system contributes to increased productivity and profitability by decreasing outages related to floor repairs and replacement, reducing expensive equipment repairs related to inconsistencies in the flooring and decreasing the risk of operator safety concerns and fatigue.
The 23rd International Forging Congress (IFC), to be held in Chicago Sept. 19-21, 2020, issued its call for presentations. The event, which will immediately follow the IMTS show, will showcase the best in technical and business-oriented presentations for the worldwide forging community. The IFC Planning Committee is calling for presentations now through Aug. 31, 2019.
Material-handling automation plays a key role in today’s forging equipment solutions. Even older equipment can be updated and upgraded to take advantage of automation technologies that improve safety and increase production efficiency in your plant.
June 12, 2019
Without the ability to forge steel and other metals over the past century and a half, industry would have lacked the parts needed to manufacture cars, build aircraft, drill for oil, mine for minerals or lay down rail tracks.
A review of some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the commercial testing of forgings can help you learn about the types of destructive and nondestructive tests and which ones are necessary for your products. Some tips are offered on what to look for in selecting a testing service provider.