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Thermal imagers with data recording
NEW HotShot thermal imaging cameras with data entry and logging capabilities will be demonstrated at Emona Instruments Stand 2203 at National Manufacturing Week at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 27 to 30.
Battery-operated grease gun
MACNAUGHT’s new, improved BG 100 Powergun will be a star attraction on Stand 4203 at National Manufacturing Week at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre from May 27 to 30.
Next-generation barcode reader
THE Leuze electronic barcode reader family now includes the BCL 500/i, a new product series with more sophisticated performance features.
WAREHOUSING Equipment has announced its latest innovative product, Magliner’s Powered Gemini handtruck.
Thick turret tooling systems
MATE Precision Tooling has published a comprehensive catalogue for thick turret tooling systems.
Safe and fault-tolerant controller
A NEW controller for high-availability, safe and fault-tolerant applications in the process industry, has been developed by Siemens.
Oil-free compressor technology
COMPRESSED air specialist CompAir has introduced Quantima, a unique and dynamic oil-free compressor technology.
Forklift licencing changes affect many
PEOPLE who operate forklifts, cranes and a wide range of other high risk equipment as well as those working in a number of occupations under ‘Certificates of competency’ or ‘tickets’ need to switch to the new ‘Licence to Perform High Risk Work’.
Swedish range of workwear
A NEW range of construction clothing from Sweden is billed as ‘a flexible system of integrated workwear to meet the comfort, style and functional needs of today¹s skilled professional tradesman’.
AS-i safety monitors
TURCK’s new AS-Interface (AS-i) safety monitors manufactured by Bihl + Wiedemann are required for controlling power availability for machine safety (emergency stop) systems using AS-i Safety at Work.
Melbourne ARBS exhibition biggest ever
FOR the first time in its 10 year history, the Melbourne Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Building Services exhibition will be larger than the Sydney event.
Sydney supply chain conference steps up a gear
THE Supply Chain Conference Sydney 2008, which will be held at MATEX 2008 in three weeks, has something for everyone.
Three weeks to go until Matex 2008
HAVE you registered to attend MATEX 2008?
Australia’s premier materials handling and warehousing exhibition, MATEX will be celebrating their 25th anniversary in April and the 2008 event will include live forklift demonstrations, the inaugural two-day supply chain conference and the grand finals of the GREAT FORK OFF.
Sustainable packaging gets a boost with new conference
IF YOU are interested in learning about how the packaging industry can become sustainable then the 2008 Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) National Conference is for you.
THE new Allen-Bradley CompactLogix L45 controller from automation group, Rockwell Automation, delivers scalable and integrated motion control.
Olex acquires leading cable accessory supplier
OLEX, Australia’s leading cable manufacturer, has announced it has acquired Australmold, Australia’s leading supplier of Elastimold and Euromold cable accessories.
Safety conference gains high-profile corporate support
ONCE a corporate ugly duckling, safety and the environment is now clearly high on the corporate agenda. This is evidenced by the attendance of 70 high-profile speakers including former Telstra boss Dr Ziggy Switkowski and ANZ chairman Jerry Ellis, at Aprils’ Safety In Action Conference in Melbourne.
Responding to safety inspectors
MANY employers don’t know what to do or how to respond when WorkCover inspectors arrive at their premises – often unannounced – to investigate actual or suspected OHS breaches.
Amcor upgrades with integrated safety
HIGH-throughput manufacturing processes producing millions of units per day often rely on sophisticated process equipment and control systems to help ensure uninterrupted production.
Stakes are high for May Federal Budget: AIG
Australian Industry Group’s Pre Budget Submission calls for policy coherence and direction.