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flat wire conveyor belt with V4-hp motor drive, variable speed from 0.9 to 17.6 ipm. A side door allows access to the unit's workspace. Circle 410 on the reader service card MICROABRASIVE BLASTING Comco Inc., Burbank, Calif. Comco Inc.'s TouchStart, an ergo- nomically designed handpiece feature that gives an operator pinpoint control at the touch of a finger, has broad applications for microabrasive blasting projects that require finite control of closely detailed work. Because the start]stop trigger mechanism is controlled by gentle pressure right on the handpiece the Touch- Start can also be used for remote operations when it is necessary to perform precision microabrasion some distance away from the blasting unit. Circle 411 on the reader service card MASS FINISHING MEDIA Pegco Process Laboratories, Bartlett, N.H. Pegco has announced the release of two new dry media lines: Dry- Burr and Dry-Brite. Formulated for use in mass-finishing equip- ment, these media lines compli- ment the extensive product line Pegco has developed for use in deburring, finishing, and polish- ing in equipment such as centrif- ugal barrels and vibratory and barrel finishing machines. Circle 412 on the reader service card STRIPPING MODULE Kolene Corp., Detroit A batch stripping module for re- jected components now can be added to Kolene's line of in-line salt bath stripping machines. This allows small lots of reject coated components to be stripped for salvage and recoat without in- terfering with the Kontinuous rack stripping line. The same stripping bath is used for the in- line and batch stripping modules Use the Lutz Silver Star and you know you have the right partner. Please contact us for more information and your local Distributor/Service center: Lutz Pumps, Inc, Phone: (770) 925-1222 1160 BeaverRuin Road (800) 843-3901 Norcross, GA 30093-4898 Fax: (770) 923-0334 E-mail lutzpum [email protected] Website: http://www.lutzpum ps.com Circle 066 on reader information card Circle 057 on reader information card 110 Metal Finishing

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flat wire conveyor belt with V4-hp motor drive, variable speed from 0.9 to 17.6 ipm. A side door allows access to the unit 's workspace. Circle 410 on the reader service card

M I C R O A B R A S I V E BLASTING Comco Inc., Burbank, Calif.

Comco Inc.'s TouchStart, an ergo- nomica l ly des igned handp iece feature tha t gives an operator

pinpoint control at the touch of a finger, has broad applications for microabrasive blast ing projects t h a t r equ i r e f inite control of closely detailed work. Because the start]stop trigger mechanism is cont ro l led by gent le p r e s s u r e right on the handpiece the Touch- Start can also be used for remote operations when it is necessary to perform precision microabrasion some dis tance away from the blasting unit. Circle 411 on the reader service card

M A S S F I N I S H I N G M E D I A Pegco Process Laboratories, Bartlett, N.H.

Pegco has announced the release of two new dry media lines: Dry- Burr and Dry-Brite. Formulated for use in mass-finishing equip-

ment, these media lines compli- ment the extensive product line Pegco has developed for use in deburring, finishing, and polish- ing in equipment such as centrif- ugal barrels and vibratory and barrel finishing machines. Circle 412 on the reader service card

S T R I P P I N G MODULE Kolene Corp., Detroit

A batch stripping module for re- jected components now can be added to Kolene's line of in-line sal t ba th s t r ipp ing machines . This allows small lots of reject coated components to be stripped for salvage and recoat without in- terfer ing wi th the Kont inuous rack s t r ipping line. The same stripping bath is used for the in- line and batch stripping modules

Use the Lutz Si lver Star and you know you have the right partner. Please contact us for more information and your local Distributor/Service center:

Lutz Pumps, Inc, Phone: (770) 925-1222 1160 Beaver Ruin Road (800) 843-3901 Norcross, GA 30093-4898 Fax: (770) 923-0334

E-mail lutzpum [email protected] Website: http://www.lutzpum ps.com

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to provide further operating effi- ciencies. Circle 413 on the reader service card

OVEN SOFTWARE Despatch Industries, Minneapolis

The Oven Tracker Monitor ing and Data Acquisition software is an intuitive, easy-to-use software program tha t controls, monitors, and records data from multiple ovens. It eliminates the need for

costly "in-house" programming to set up communications between multiple ovens and a personal computer. Users simply insert the CD and follow s tep-by-s tep prompts in the software's Win- dows-based environment to estab- lish an oven network. User can include as many as 32 ovens on the network. Circle 414 on the reader service card

A B U S I V E D ISKS Carborundum Abrasives North America, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

Carborundum Abrasives has in- troduced the new E-Z VIEW line of abrasive disks, featuring a pat- ented design tha t gives the oper- ator complete vision of the work surface. E-Z VIEW products en- able the operator to view the

workpiece while grinding, allow-

ing faster, more controlled stock removal and a better surface fin- ish. They are available in 4½ and 5 in. and the new 7-in. Edger di- ameter disks for all applications, from roughing to finishing. Circle 415 on the reader service card

W A S T E W A T E R T R E A T M E N T S Y S T E M S Carbtrol Corp., Bridgeport, Conn.

Few Sources Of Heat Are As Reliable

Engineered to perform consistently day after day. Designed for the most demanding ind,.~trinl hentina

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