The new 156 Lee Bender Jet is a
miniature, lightweight restrictor that incorporates multiple orifices in series
to lower fluid velocities and reduce the possibility of cavitation. Weighing
only 1.1 gm, this multi-orifice restrictor offers a 21 percent weight savings
over the 187 Bender Jet and is 17 percent smaller in diameter, resulting in a
corresponding reduction in installation boss size and weight.
Designed to meet the requirements of 5,000 psi systems, the 156 Bender Jet is
offered in eight standard Lohm rates, ranging from 1,900 to 9,500 Lohms, and is
protected with two integral safety screens for bidirectional flow capability.
This Gadget Freak Review looks at a keyless Bluetooth padlock that works with your smartphone, along with a system that tracks your sleep behavior and wakes you at the perfect time in your sleep cycle to avoid morning grogginess.
Siemens released Intosite, a cloud-based, location-aware SaaS app that lets users navigate a virtual production facility in much of the same fashion as traversing through Google Earth. Users can access PLM, IT, and other pertinent information for specific points on a factory floor or at an outdoor location.
Since 1987, teams of engineers around the world have built solar cars to participate in a road race around Australia called the World Solar Challenge, being tested on the race time, kilometers traveled, practicality, and energy used by the vehicles they invent.
Focus on Fundamentals consists of 45-minute on-line classes that cover a host of technologies. You learn without leaving the comfort of your desk. All classes are taught by subject-matter experts and all are archived. So if you can't attend live, attend at your convenience.