Binder, Connector and Cable Company, has increased their products to spread 3 into different types of industries. Ranging from different types of configurations and outputs, Binder adopts automation technology. It has placed a M12 Connector on the market that is precisely designed to handle power applications used for many other types of industries.
The connector is IEC 610776-2-111 compliant and is available in a male and female option. With both gender configurations, the cable can be made to be fit for the K (AC power) and L (DC power) coding. As the connector can be configurated to many different industries the cable diameter is capable of being created from 8-13mm.
The wire applied to the connector can reach up to 2.5mm2 and can be used as a screw clamp termination.
The cable is capable of different variation voltage rating ranging from 630VAC and 63VDC.
Its potential can control up to 16A that is determined by the coding. The cable is ” available with4+PEor4+FE gold plated contacts.”
One of the main industries that has capitalized on the new configurations is the food and beverage industry. These cables have been made with liquid proof materials to withhold any possible task that could be applied to the machines in the industry. The cable is composed of a die cast zinc locking ring and made around a plastic housing component.
As newer industries begin to use these types of cables they begin to find out what newer necessities and faults that could be adjusted for other applications. Their decision to begin their expansion is only the beginning to the continuous growth to their company. Binder continues to provide the industry with competing cable and connectors that have found a new place in multiple industries.
Pratt and Whitney have been going through a rough patch as they there has been a significant complication with their newly innovative gear turbofan engine family. The GTF was destined to be the top competitor for General Electrics as it was not only very fuel efficient but also very ecofriendly.
The GTF was the perfect choice for passenger aircrafts and were wanted by many because of its many traits. With the recent complications, it has endured it has spiked Pratt and Whitney’s sales significantly. It has been observed that General Electric’s sales have been sky rocketing with 10 times more orders to Airbus’ “narrow-body” then Pratt and Whitney.
Pratt and Whitney has been a prime distributor to Airbus as it has installed their GTF into their Airbus A320neo family series aircrafts. The newly innovative GTF engine has experienced manufacturing and technical problems along with extended delivery dates.
A significant event that occurred to IndiGo , an Indian Airline, due to the malfunction of the engine was having to ground a large amount of their aircraft as they all contained the GTF engines.
Airbus has also experienced a major setback with the hault of the GTF engines as its orders for A320neos have come to a complete stop. Despite the significant malfunctions that have been addressed stopping the P&W engine to be placed on more planes the P&W officials that the GTF will continue to be the future of engines and aircrafts. As stated by Chris Calio ,
“We are confident in the long-term value of our GTF program,”
“We are aggressively addressing our entry- into-service issues and are focused on minimizing the operational impact on our customers are we ramp production. “
The Mack Brooks Exhibitions Group has been in business for 52 years bringing buyers and sellers together in their target market. The company organizes leading international trade fair and exhibitions around the world and their industry is diverse with the following examples: engineering, transport, infrastructure, chemicals and industrial manufacturing.
The Mack Brooks Exhibitions announced the opening of Fastener Fair USA with its first edition in Cleveland, Ohio between 11th-12th April 2018. This event will bring together manufactures, distributors, suppliers and end users in order for this market to evolve and grow. The participants will be the firsts to see the latest solutions and technology available in the field, as well as the highest quality educational programed designed and developed by industry experts.
“The idea to bring Fastener Fair to the US market originated within the fastener industry”
said Melissa Magestro, executive vice-president of Mack Brook Exhibitions Inc.
“There is an increased need to find new technologies and suppliers in the US, and fastener OEMs and distributors are looking for a platform to showcase their solutions. We are bringing the Fastener Fair experience to the heart of the Midwest manufacturing region.”
A special characteristic of Fastener Fair US will five manufacturers the possibility of showcasing their solutions to OEM engineers, designers, buyers and R&D professional all in one convenient location. The product design might be challenging but the show will provide exclusive technical education sessions especially for OEM end users.
Fastener Fair USA 2018 is expected to bring people in the industry from around the world. The main product classifications are composed of industrial fasteners and fixings, construction fixings, assembly and installation systems, fastener manufacturing technology, storage, distribution, and factory equipment.
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In order to discover how broadband communications, for example, can result in high data rates for mobile final users, the Heinrich Hertz’s mission was created aiming to examine and test communications technologies in space at a technical and scientific level. The satellite was scheduled to launch in 2016 with an investment of 310.5 million euro and an 11 million contract to OHB in 2011.
DLR and OHB said in June that they now expect to launch it in 2021. The satellite will be in a 15-year mission, at an altitude of approximately 36,000 km and that will be possible due to a variety of flexible technologies, such as small on-board computers. Heinrich Hertz is named after the German physicist who first relayed electromagnetic waves in free space from a transmitter to a receiver in 1886.
A multi-feed array antenna measuring a height and width of 90mm is the new project Sensor Lewicki is working on. It will play an important role in the Heinrich Hertz communication satellite because it will ensure communication between the satellite and its operating station on our planet.
First Sensor Lewicki managing director Maximilian Sailer said:
“In addition to our existing qualification as an assembly and test Centre, our involvement in the BMWi-supported GeReLeo-MFA project for the construction of the multi-feed array antenna on the Heinrich Hertz satellite also gives us access to a new field of application in high-frequency technology qualifying for space flight.”
The last mission ended 16 years ago, therefore Heinrich Hertz will be the first German communication satellite to re-enter service since then.
International aircraft manufacturer Airbus has presented a newer more efficient model of the A380 model that has already been released years prior. There are many reasons for the upgrade alongside the satisfaction of the customer.
Specialist at Airbus have been consistently working on ways to reduce the effort of the plane with some minor changes.
They have been constructed new larger winglets that make the entire plane more fuel efficient by 4%. A380PLUS would also contribute to a beneficial reduction of per seat cost rather than the current A380 model at a 13%.
Alongside the improvements on the actual plan, Airbus is to better their maintance plan to keep up with their newer planes as they would require more attention. Previously showed at the Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) there has also been some new cabin features added to the PLUS model.
The A380PLUS would provide a new state of the art cabin space.
“Presented at Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX), allows up to 80 additional seats* with no compromise on comfort: redesigned stairs, a combined crew-rest compartment, sidewall stowage removal, a new 9-abreast seat configuration in premium economy and 11-abreast in economy.”
Although the newer model would have an increased takeoff weight, the plane would be allowed to carry 80 more passengers.
The maintance checks have been spread out more often than usual by reducing a six-year check and system improvements were meant to lower maintenance cost and allow more aircrafts to be available at a time.
The A380 model has been an entire success and the PLUS is only the best to come. An approximate 170 million passengers have had the pleasure of being a passenger on the A380 model. The Average passenger amount on a A380 is an approximate 497 per ride on a flight.
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Iglidur L350 came ahead in the process of compacting bearings with significantly lower wear rates especially at very high speeds. Here at ASAP Supply Chain upgrades of the wear and tear are not our favorite since we like customers to order parts often. Igus, The Cologne-based Leading Manufacturer of energy chain systems and polymer plain bearings, developed an innovative lubrication and maintenance-free material for very high speeds in constant operation. The company says iglidur L350 is suitable and affordable for any use in fans, blowers or electric motors. In revolving tests, the igus material proved its full potential against metallic solutions.
Friction and wear play an absolute important role where lastingly fast rotations exist. Iglidur L350 is designed for constant high speeds. The new high-performance plastic scored high compared to other solutions in moving applications. The other solution compared to the new high-performance plastic was metallic sintered bearings due to its higher flexibility against impacts and edge pressure.
In igus' in-house test laboratory, the bearing made of iglidur L350 showed a three-fold decrease in wear at speeds of 1.5 m/s. The amounts of friction and wear for iglidur L350 plain bearings remained constantly low. The new material can be used in result of the low thermal increase of the bearings even in demanding environment conditions with temperatures of up to +210 degC. With endless research, the price of iglidur L350 could be reduced by 50 percent compared to similar igus materials.
The iglidur L350 is appropriate for a wide range of applications from fans, blowers, electric motors, and simple household appliances. It is the alternative to oil-impregnated sintered bearings. Plain bearings made of iglidur L350 can be calculated and ordered online. The material is also available for the development and production of customer-specific geometries and bearing solutions.
At ASAP Supply Chain, we like to make great relationships with manufactures because they can give us the best price possible. That’s something we are proud of here, since we have many great connections with manufactures that we order from frequently. Order manufacture parts are the best because they are in the best condition possible and we like our customers to have reliable parts.
ABB is known by many to be The World Top Bearing Manufacture. In a $60 million-dollar investment, ABB opened a new plant in Senatobia, Mississippi to expand production in the US. The 85,000-square foot manufacturing facility employs over 100 and has plans to increase that number to 300 in coming years. The US plant will focus on electrical components and systems that were previously manufactured overseas. Units coming out of the plant will also include products from recently acquired Thomas & Betts.
ABB is a Swedish and Swiss corporation that operates mainly in the power and automation industry. The expansion in the US market has the goal of bringing reliable and green power solutions to US home and commercial use. Most ABB’s manufacturing, production, and research is currently overseas, but ABB wants to create a US presence to compete with American companies such as GE. By bringing production into the US, ABB can provide better customer service, cheaper prices, and simple logistics to US customers.
The three main ranges launched in the US expansion are: low-voltage power distribution, load protection for residential, and switching solutions. ABB aims to provide safe and consistent energy to critical locations such as data centers, hospitals, and stadiums. In the residential sector, the load protection line will give houses in the US miniature circuit breakers and surge protection devices to home circuits, protecting homeowners and their equipment. More expansion will undoubtedly follow for this Swiss corporation. We can expect to see ABB bring in more product lines to the US such as bearings and mechanical power transmission products. The US is a competitive market for ABB with companies such as GE and Siemens so news is only good for US consumers.
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KeyKote’s Nickel-free Phosphating Technologies will revolutionize a number of industries such as aerospace, automotive, metalworking and oil/gas construction. Through the iron management KeyKote technology, consumers will be able to limit the iron content of bath solutions and reduce bath maintenance and new make-ups.
KeyKote has limitless applications such as improving corrosion protection, wear protection and boding protection. Having resistance to red rust after neutral salt spray exposures, manganese phosphate or heavyweight zinc, KeyKote provides exceptional wear resistance for your power train and transmission applications. For micro crystalline phosphate, it is recommended one go with a zinc calcium phosphate and supplemented by a corrosion inhibitor. KeyKote recommends deciding which coat properties in terms of weight, thickness and topography which can also be adjusted to meet all of your specific needs.
Under the new NinKlad 72 program which has been proven over a decade, KeyKote will add immense value by assisting automotive OEM’s reduce their audit requirements all the while increasing applicator base and previous knowledge of existing supply chains. Another market that benefits tremendously from phosphating fasteners is the automotive industry and is a potential boon for MacDermid Enthrone Metallurgy product group. KeyKote is primed to take over as a major player in the areas of industrial wastewater treatment and operational safety product handling.
Boeing rolled out the first 787-10 Dreamliner at its South Carolina aviation plant. Thousands celebrated as President Donald Trump and Governor Henry McMaster announced the airplane’s debut. The 787-10 will be the longest model in the Dreamliner family at 224 feet, an eighteen-foot increase from the 787-9. Passenger capacity was increased an additional thirty seats and the cargo area was expanded, yet the plane is calculated to have a 95% commonality score to the 787-9. Boeing achieved its goal of lengthening the plane without any major changes as a resource saving strategy, narrowing its scope for Dreamliner spare parts and training requirements.
The launch of the 787-10 was, to no surprise, extremely successful. As of February, Boeing has received 149 orders of the Aircraft, with launch customer Singapore Airlines scheduled to receive 30 in 2018. They have also indicated an interest in purchasing twenty 777-9 planes. Speculation has Singapore Airlines aiming to replace their comparable Airbus 380 models with a Boeing fleet. The new Boeing planes are more fuel efficient, less costly to operate, and haul more cargo than the Airbus A380. With production currently at twelve units per month, the 787-10 is looking to have a busy production line in coming years.
The Dreamliner family has been flying commercial flights since 2011. The twin-engine, dual aisle midsize aircraft line holds from 242 to 310 in its three variants: -8, -9, and now -10. The plane is powered by two Rolls-Royce Trent 100 engines producing up to 78,000 lbs. of thrust. Boeing has spent over $30 billion developing the 787 program. The program however, is not yet profitable. Boeing does not expect to break even until they have sold 1100 aircraft.
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LMI Aerospace has agreed to a buyout by the Belgian company Sonaca Group. The $190 million-dollar merge values LMI shares at $14 apiece, which is a 52% increase from the market closing price. It’s also a 78% increase from the weighted six-month average price. Based in St. Charles, LMI Aerospace supplies components and engineering services to commercial and government aerospace markets. It also fabricates kits and assemblies out of aluminum, alloy, and composite materials.
LMI has been in business for over 68 years and in that time, has acquired several companies, with the most recent being Valent, Inc. in 2012. The deal is expected to close sometime this summer, with a deadline of August 16th. If LMI for some reason backs out of the arrangement, they will be subject to a termination fee in excess of ten million dollars.
LMI will continue operating in its 21 locations under the name LMI Aerospace – a member of the Sonaca group. Its headquater location will still remain in St. Charles. LMI CEO Dan Korte will remain CEO but now report to Sonaca CEO Bernard Delvaux. Senior leadership of LMI will also largely remain unchanged.
The new parent company Sonaca develops and manufactures assemblies for space, civil, and military markets. It is considered a world leader in wing moveables Sonaca produced 220 F-16 aircraft for the Belgian and Danish air forces under a General Dynamics contract.
“This deal brings our combined company to the forefront as a leader in the design and manufacture of complex aerostructures while working to diversify our global customer base,” said Korte.
“In addition, LMI and Sonaca have complementary product portfolios while largely serving different aerospace primes and Tier 1 suppliers around the world, enabling us to better serve our customers.”