Gas Clip Technologies’ continued refinement of advanced low-power photometric infrared technology for combustible gas measurement helps make gas detection simpler and safer than ever. The newest member of their gas detector family, the Multi Gas Clip Simple, features no charging ever and no calibrating necessary. It's SIMPLE to use!
In our most recent safety symposium, it was brought to our attention that many people wanted to learn more about ladder safety, storage, and simply general information. From this feedback, we have compiled a list of information in one easy place to display all you could ever want to know about ladders.
On October 9, 2018, A&M Industrial held its Steam Symposium, a day of technical presentations for companies managing their steam systems for optimal performance and energy usage. A&M Steam specialists Ed Beedle and Tom Lally, each with over 25 years’ experience with steam systems, presented as did Bob Workosky from Warren Controls on designing and maintaining steam systems. Energy leaders from Rutgers University and Bristol-Myers Squibb shared with the group how they implement energy savings in their organizations. All attendees received a 200-page Steam Source Book, containing the presentations from the day as well as product and technical reference information. Attendees also had an opportunity to meet with sponsoring vendors at their station to answer questions, including: Watson McDaniel, Warren Controls, Intertech, FLIR, Ashcroft, Apollo and the A&M Hose Shop.
A&M Industrial has years of experience in VMI, managing customer storeroom stock, and can help you understand why using vending machines and our AiM (Automated Inventory Management) program for your safety supplies may be right for you.
The proprietary bioremediating SmartWasher® from CRC is the ultimate solution to parts washing. The SmartWasher® system employs a natural process called bioremediation to degrade and remove contaminants from the cleaning fluid, allowing the fluid to remain clean and reusable. There is no need to dispose of the cleaning fluid and therefore no liquid waste.
Mike Hamilton, A&M Ergonomics Product Manager worked with a local manufacturing company to help them solve their pressing issue. Employees in production areas standing all day were unhappy with the existing floor mats. Mike explained to them that they were using cheap matting ordered from a catalog, while real ergonomic mats would be more durable and provide greater benefits. After buying some as a trial, they came back and purchased more.
Ace Manufacturing had been running another coolant with far less than desired results. They were experiencing multiple problems: “tap break and a real terrible tool life”, along with problems with foam, shop uncleanliness, rust on machines, and foul odor.
Within weeks of beginning their trial of MicroSol 690XT on three CNC machines, they reported tool life was dramatically improved. The highly lubricious MicroSol 690XT was keeping the machines lightly oiled, rust-free, and definitely cleaner without any residue build-up.
A local gun manufacturer had been struggling with ways to productively manufacture a new product because every time they work on drilling the barrel of a batch of 6 guns, they would have to scrap 3 because of defects created in the two-step drilling process. The problem was that when drilling 8” deep the runout was sometimes as much as 0.008”, on a tolerance requirement of 0.005” max.
To start off the year A&M Industrial Inc., acquired Industrial Tool Specialist (ITS), an industrial distributor headquartered in Springfield, VT. ITS has built their 45-year reputation in the metalworking industry as a leader in providing application support and technical assistance to manufacturing companies throughout New England. Then in March, A&M Industrial negotiated an agreement with Springfield Tool Supply (STS) also of Springfield, VT to move all their industrial cutting tool business thru A&M as well.
Thermal imaging cameras are devices that translate heat into visible light to analyze a particular object or scene. The image produced is known as a thermogram and is analyzed through a process called thermography. Thermal imaging cameras take measuring temperature to the next level; instead of getting a number for the temperature you get a picture showing the temperature differences of a surface.