New NET-BOX Wall Mount Enclosures Come with Pre-Drilled Mounting Points
Mounts

New NET-BOX Wall Mount Enclosures Come with Pre-Drilled Mounting Points

Available in three sizes: 5.51 in. x 5.51 in. x 1.83 in., 7.09 in.  x 7.09 in. x 1.91 in. and 8.66 in. x 8.66 in. x 1.99 in. Feature curved top with front lid that conceals cables and connectors. Applications include IoT/IIoT, smart factory, industry 4.0, building management, central control units, gateways, data acquisition, data systems engineering, access control, medical and wellness...

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New Panel Meters Come with NEMA 4X Front Panel and are UL/cUL Listed
Alarms

New Panel Meters Come with NEMA 4X Front Panel and are UL/cUL Listed

Provide process current transmitter output that accept process current/voltage and temperature sensor signals including 4-20mA, ±20mA, 0-10V, ±10V, Pt RTDs. Offer operation from 85-265V AC or 12-36V DC power sources and can provide single or dual isolated 24V DC supplies to power a 4-20mA transmitter. Feature digital indicator function with optional signal conditioning for 4-20mA transmitter...

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Shielding

FULL-LENGTH DISPOSABLE FACE SHIELD

Technical Specs  9.5” Length x 9.5” Wide Lens Clear Lens Polypropylene Headband One Size Fits Most Elastic Strap Latex-Free Non-Sterile Splash Protection Eye Wear/Splash Guard Only Safety Shield Made in the U.S.A Order Quantity Piece Price  1,000+              $5.21 10,000+             $3.98 100,000+          Call for Pricing WARNING: The proper use of this face shield...

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Kits

Canadian Company Says Health Canada Has Approved Its Rapid COVID-19 Test

A Canadian company says it has received approval from Health Canada for a rapid portable test to detect the novel coronavirus. Based in Ottawa, Spartan Bioscience said in a news release Sunday that federal government approval means its tests can now start heading out the door to “federal and provincial government partners starting immediately.” “We are ready to start shipping our...

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Respirators and Masks

Ford To Begin Producing Respirators For Health-Care Workers At Michigan Plant

Ford Motor will begin producing new powered air-purifying respirators this week to assist in protecting health-care workers from Covid-19. The automaker said Monday that production of the respirators, which were developed by Ford in collaboration with 3M, will begin Tuesday at one of the automaker’s plants in suburban Detroit. The work will be done by about 90 paid volunteers from the United...

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Respirators and Masks

L.L.Bean Stitchers Sewing Dog Bed Liners Into Hospital Face Masks

BRUNSWICK — L.L.Bean employees who typically sew the iconic Bean Boots and totes started sewing Bean’s dog bed liners into medical masks on Monday, with plans for as many as 10,000 a day, most bound for MaineHealth, according to a company spokeswoman. “Based on the properties of the material — soft, liquid resistant, durable and washable — we are working with MIT (Massachusetts...

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Respirators and Masks

Fortive Unit Looks to Reprocess N95 Masks

Advanced Sterilization Products, owned by Fortive (NYSE:FTV), is looking to extend the lifespan of single-use N95 masks amid a mass respirator shortage due to the coronavirus pandemic. Its Sterrad Systems can process up to 480 masks per machine daily, while its sterilization systems and disinfectant solutions have been tested against the family of viruses that includes coronavirus.

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Respirators and Masks

Charlotte-Based Honeywell CEO Speaks About Masks During White House COVID-19 Presser

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Darius Adamczyk, the chairman and CEO of Honeywell, a Charlotte-based industrial technology company, spoke during a White House press briefing with President Donald Trump on Monday. Adamczyk announced a $10 million fund for all hourly and administrative Honeywell employees who are facing hardships during the coronavirus crisis. “We’re an industrial technology company,...

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Respirators and Masks

New Balance to Start Producing Face Masks to Help Prevent Spread of Coronavirus

With the state of Maine seeing its first deaths recently from COVID-19, the disease spawned by coronavirus, a Boston-based shoe-manufacturer with factories in Maine will begin producing personal protective equipment to prevent the spread of the virus. New Balance, which has a factory in Norridgewock and a factory store in Skowhegan, announced in a news release over the weekend that the company...

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