Eriez® Expands Express Shipping Program for Suspended Electromagnets
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Eriez® Expands Express Shipping Program for Suspended Electromagnets

Erie, PA—Eriez® has increased its commitment to express shipping of suspended electromagnets by boosting inventory levels to ensure faster delivery and meet growing demand. Six of the company’s most popular manual clean SE-7000 Series Suspended Electromagnet models are now available for shipping within 10 days through the Eriez Quick Ship stocking program. With a range of sizes from 42...

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Bruker Announces World's First Superconducting 1.1 Gigahertz Magnet for High-resolution NMR in Structural Biology
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Bruker Announces World's First Superconducting 1.1 Gigahertz Magnet for High-resolution NMR in Structural Biology

Homogeneous 25.9 Tesla Standard-bore NMR Magnet Sets New World Record Asilomar, Calif., April 8, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- At the 60th Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference (ENC, www.enc-conference.org ), Bruker announced today a breakthrough in ultra-high field (UHF) high-resolution NMR spectroscopy applied to structural biology and the study of functional intrinsically disordered...

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Michigan-Based Product can Dramatically Speed up Pothole Repairs Throughout the U.S.
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Michigan-Based Product can Dramatically Speed up Pothole Repairs Throughout the U.S.

LIVONIA, Mich., March 28, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Storch Magnetics, headquartered in Livonia, has invented a product that can expedite pothole repairs by dramatically reducing the flat tires experienced by the pothole repair crews. The company's SuperMag, a powerful and durable industrial-sized magnet, removes damaging and debilitating debris from any surface. Nails, screws and other metal...

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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures
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Locon Sensors Withstand Extreme Temperatures

Locon Sensor Systems offer robust sensor solutions for even the most severe environmental conditions. Their line of high-temp inductive sensors and their cylindrical photoelectric series can operate in temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius. See our video to learn more.

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