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Metal Casting Technologies : September 2005
Australian Stainless 2005 Reference Manual The Australian Stainless Steel Development Association (ASSDA) has released the Australian Stainless 2005 Reference Manual -- a 200 page technical resource for specifying and buying stainless steel. The manual is an instantly accessible resource for Australian specifiers and is backed by free technical and supply advice. The manual uses clear, concise tables and diagrams to present a wealth of technical information on properties, grade selection, surface finishes, design and fabrication. High quality photos and illustrations identify different products, concepts and specifications. An extensive, up-to-date, buyers' guide allows rapid sourcing of any stainless steel product or service provider for any industry application. W: www.assda.asn.au PRODUCTS Aerospace Sensors High Output, ID and OD sensors for testing through platings and paints have been developed by American Stress Technologies. Testing through chrome or paint to evaluate the condition of the base metal is now possible. These sensors are connected to a Rollscan central unit where the test information is displayed and outputted for the operators use. T: +1 412 963 0676 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Data Loggers For Equipment Runtime Monitoring Onset Computer Corporation, introduces two new low-cost data loggers for monitoring runtimes of a broad range of equipment, such as HVAC/R systems, pumps, and industrial process tools. The new HOBO U9 Motor On/Off and HOBO U9 State loggers provide a simple and convenient way to record up to 43,000 equipment on/off cycle or state changes, and use Windows-based software to convert the recorded data into time- and date- stamped graphs. The data can demonstrate how efficiently equipment is running, or help users identify cycling problems. The Motor On/Off logger easily attaches to motor housings without any wiring, which in turn eliminates the need of having to lock out the equipment being monitored. The State logger can be wired to any contact closure or passive relay switch. Both models include a user-replaceable lithium battery, which offers reliable operation for up to one year. T: 1300 768 887 W: www.onetemp.com.au Who's Who of Metals 2005/6 83