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he Fluid Power Educational Foundation (FPEF) has charted a new course focusing on two major missions over the calendar year 2014. Our primary mission is to award scholarships to individual students who have selected fluid power as their primary academic discipline. We are the only fluid power non-profit organization focused on scholarship awards to individuals. Embarking upon this path, our collateral mission was to expand awareness of the FPEF, as well as the discipline of fluid power itself to potential students. This year, we have had a record year in individual donations and scholarship applicants. It shows that both the industry BY JEAN KNOWLES, CFPE, CFPS, and students are getting the message. AND 2014 FPEF CHAIR As chair, my call to action for our FPEF trustees, IFPS members, and working professionals was to focus on fundraising in 2014 and to increase awareness. Donations not only support our existing scholarship base, but also solidify a path to our future Foundation goals. Our future goals include: 1) expanding our scholarship awards to those in fluid power who desire continuing education, 2) offering scholarships to departing military, and 3) providing added financial-need scholarships for students seeking fluid power training. Our goals address the growing issue that the employment climate is seeing more and more retirements and workers exiting our field. Many of these individuals leave with years of tribal knowledge, training, and experience. Our future goals must encourage and reward workers choosing fluid power as their profession. Our close-knit community of fluid power companies faces a scarcity of talent due to competing trades recruiting new and existing talented individuals. Other industries have actively supported students for years. Individuals entering fluid power can use the FPEF scholarships for IFPS first-time memberships offered to departing military personnel and first-time certifying college instructors. The Foundation’s challenge, however, is to encourage and attract new talent. I’ve had the honor and privilege to be a professional and to grow professionally in the fluid power community. In this journey, I’ve worked with and for some of the finest, best, and brightest people and leading companies. Many of these companies were built on the

Founders: Paul and Lisa Prass Associate Publisher: Marc Mitchell Editor: Kristine Coblitz Technical Editor: Dan Helgerson, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPSD, CFPMT, CFPCC Account Executive: Bob McKinney Art Director: Quynh Vo Director of Creative Services: Erica Montes Accounting: Donna Bachman, Debbie Clune Digital Strategy Manager: Jeff Maile Publishing Assistant: Sharron Sandmaier Circulation Manager: Andrea Karges INTERNATIONAL FLUID POWER SOCIETY 1930 East Marlton Pike, Suite A-2, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003-2141 Tel: 856-489-8983 | Fax: 856-424-9248 Email: AskUs@ifps.org | Web: www.ifps.org 2014 BOARD OF DIRECTORS President & Chairperson Tom Blansett, CFPAI, CFPS, CFPIHT, CFPCC - Eaton Corp. Immediate Past President Mark Perry, CFPHS - Fitzsimmons Hydraulics First Vice President Marti Wendel, CFPE, CFPS, CFPCC, Curtiss-Wright Sprague Products Vice President Education D. Dean Houdeshell, PE, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPE, CFPS, CFPIHT, CFPMHT, CFPMHM - Danfoss Treasurer Dan Helgerson, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPSD, CFPMT, CFPCC Vice President Membership & Chapter Support Richard Bullers, CFPPS - SMC Corp. of America Vice President Certification Rance Herren, CFPSD, CFPECS, CFPMT, CFPAI, National Oilwell Varco Vice President Marketing & Public Relations Justin Sergeant, CFPS, CFPMHM Vice President Educational Foundation Jean Knowles, CFPE, CFPS, Applied Fluid Power DIRECTORS-AT-LARGE Alan Niesen, CFPS, CFPIHM, CFPMHM - HFI Fluid Power Products Kenneth Dulinski, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPECS, CFPHS, CFPMIH, CFPMMH Macomb Community College John Juhasz, CFPECS, CFPS - Kraft Fluid Systems, Inc. Timothy White, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPMIH, CFPMMH, CFPMIP, CFPMT, CFPMM - The Boeing Company Frank Fetty, MHM - JH Fletcher & Company Jeff Kenney, CFPIHM, CFPMHM, CFPMHT - Coastal Hydraulics, Inc. Scott Gower, CFPS - Gulf Controls Co., Inc. Scott Nagro, CFPS - HydraForce, Inc. Bill Jordan, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPMHM, CFPMHT - Altec Industries, Inc. Jose Garcia, CFPHS - Purdue University Dr. Medhat Khalil, CFPAI, CFPHS - Milwaukee School of Engineering HONORARY DIRECTORS Robert Firth John Groot Raymond Hanley, CFPE/AI-Emeritus Robert Sheaf, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPE, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPMT, CFPMIP, CFPMMH, CFPMIH, CFPMM IFPS STAFF Executive Director: Donna Pollander, ACA Communications Manager: Adele Kayser Assistant Director: Jeana Hoffman Membership Coordinator: Sue Dyson Certification Coordinator: Kyle Pollander Bookkeeper: Diane McMahon Administrative Assistant: Beth Borodziuk Fluid Power Journal (ISSN# 1073-7898) is the official publication of the International Fluid Power Society published bi-monthly with four supplemental issues, including a Systems Integrator Directory, OffHighway Suppliers Directory, Tech Directory, and Manufacturers Directory, by Innovative Designs & Publishing, Inc., 3245 Freemansburg Avenue, Palmer, PA 18045-7118. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part of any material in this publication is acceptable with credit. Publishers assume no liability for any information published. We reserve the right to accept or reject all advertising material and will not guarantee the return or

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hard work, determination, sweat equity, pure ambition, and perseverance of dedicated individuals. We could use more of such individuals as we lose increasing numbers of experts. It means our Foundation’s mission becomes exponentially more compelling and necessary. If you or your company has grown by being a member of this community, I urge you to contribute to educational opportunities. You can do so by encouraging newcomers, help the Foundation increase awareness, and/or make a taxdeductible donation to help fund our scholarships. If you would like more information on our Foundation, our scholarships, or our scholarship-donation opportunities, please contact us at info@fpef.org. The Foundation has developed packages that include advertising or a choice of individual or corporate scholarship-naming opportunities. To institute a scholarship in honor of your company or an individual, please feel free to contact us. As we approach the halfway mark in our calendar year, I am extraordinarily pleased at the Foundation’s progress thus far and by all the new companies that have stepped up in support of the Foundation. I am personally excited about our future and the impact the Foundation will have on both students’ lives and the people who will be the future of fluid power. There is no greater investment than in the people. People made this industry what it is today, and it will be people, such as those entering our industry and our scholarship recipients, who will shape tomorrow. Jean Knowles can be reached at jeanie.knowles@gmail.com.

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CERTIFICATION DESIGNATIONS AVAILABLE ‰ CFPAI Certified Fluid Power Accredited Instructor

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IFPS 2014 Annual Meeting

Certified Fluid Power Authorized Job Performance Proctor

‰ CFPAJPPCC Certified Fluid Power Authorized Job Performance Proctor Connector & Conductor

THERE’S STILL TIME TO REGISTER FOR THE IFPS 2014 ANNUAL MEETING! Visit www.ifps.org or call 800-308-6005.

‰ CFPE Certified Fluid Power Engineer

‰ CFPS Certified Fluid Power Specialist (Must Obtain CFPHS, CFPPS)

‰ CFPHS Certified Fluid Power Hydraulic Specialist

Embassy Suites Historic Charleston Charleston, SC Technical Workshop: September 22, 2014

‰ CFPPS Certified Fluid Power Pneumatic Specialist

‰ CFPMEC – in development Mobile Electronic Controls ‰ CFPIEC – in development Industrial Electronic Controls ‰ CFPMT Certified Fluid Power Master Technician (Must Obtain CFPIHT, CFPMHT, & CFPPT)

Join the IFPS from September 23-26, 2014 for the 2014 Annual Meeting at the Embassy Suites Historic Charleston in Charleston, S.C. The Annual Meeting is a great way to network with professionals in the fluid power and motion control industry. The 2015 Board of Directors nomination slate will be presented and voted on (the newly appointed directors will officially take office in January 2015). In addition to committee and board meetings, optional tours are planned throughout the week, as well as a technical workshop on Monday September 22, 2014. Participation in this workshop contributes towards reaccreditation requirements.

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Topics covered in the workshop will be “Rules of Thumb = Thumbs Down”; “Sensor Technology, TECHNICAL WORKSHOP Thread, and Connector ID with Lab”; and “Tun“FLUID POWER POTPOURRI” ing a Proportional Valve Amplifier with Lab.” This Presented by varied array of topics will explore a number of Tom Blansett, CFPAI, Eaton Corp. subjects in an attempt to provide something for Monday, September 22 everyone during the workshop—new informa8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (lunch included) tion for some and a review for others—but also Registration: $150.00 enable all participants to better present and Visit www.ifps.org to register. explain information to students. The workshop will provide the following: A discussion of some popular rules of thumb used in sizing hydraulic components and why these rules should never be used for any actual design solutions An explanation of basic sensor types and theory of operation for sensors used to measure velocity and position to provide useful feedback data for closed-loop control in fluid power systems An explanation of American and metric thread and connector identification (Students will have an opportunity to perform some hands-on reinforcement of the material.) An explanation of basic proportional valve amplifier control theory (Students will learn how to properly tune an amplifier and proportional valve pairing.) An explanation of deadband, ramps, and gains, including hands-on instruction

‰ CFPIHT Certified Fluid Power Industrial Hydraulic Technician

‰ CFPMHT Certified Fluid Power Mobile Hydraulic Technician

‰ CFPPT Certified Fluid Power Pneumatic Technician

‰ CFPMM Certified Fluid Power Master Mechanic (Must Obtain CFPIHM, CFPMHM, & CFPPM)

‰ CFPIHM Certified Fluid Power Industrial Hydraulic Mechanic

‰ CFPMHM Certified Fluid Power Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic

‰ CFPPM Certified Fluid Power Pneumatic Mechanic

‰ CFPMIH Certified Fluid Power Master of Industrial Hydraulics (Must Obtain CFPIHM, CFPIHT, & CFPCC)

‰ CFPMMH Certified Fluid Power Master of Mobile Hydraulics (Must Obtain CFPMHM, CFPMHT, & CFPCC)

‰ CFPMIP Certified Fluid Power Master of Industrial Pneumatics (Must Obtain CFPPM, CFPPT, & CFPCC)

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IFPS Newly Certified Professionals Tyler Andrews, HS SunSource

Richard Duoos, MHM Chelan County Public

Larry Anger, MHM BPA

Clifford Hagenhoff, MHM Altec Ind.

Marco Ardila, S, PS Hydraulic Supply Company Charley Bucklin, MHM BPA Christopher Bynes, HS Eaton Corporation Adam David Carlstrom, HS Don Clements, HS Wainbee Limited

George Kecskemeti, HS Jeremy King, PS Bimba Manufacturing Company

Brad McDougall, HS Wainbee Limited

Debbie Kramer, HS Andrew Harvey, MHM Nashville Electric Service Jason Hohman, MHM Christopher Hollingsworth, MHM Nashville Electric Service Neil Holmstrom, CC Pirtek Midway

Robert Davis, HS

Dwayne Jacox, MHM Clark County

Shane DeMonia, MHM Clark County

William John, MHM Eugene Water & Electric

Ryan Monroe, MHM Jefferson County

Chris LaBute, HS Wainbee Limited Tyler LaPlant, MHM Grant County PUD

Bear Morrison, MHM Nashville Electric Service

Tony Lee, HS Wainbee Limited

Alan Nelson, MHM BPA

David Lee, CC Pirtek Red Oak

Ibrahim Okenla, HS Loram Inc.

Alex Lima-Arie, S, PS Industrial Global Sales

Peter Patras, MHM Parker Hannifin

Greg Lund, HS Motion Industries

Brock Paul, HS Eaton Corporation

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Billy Payne, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Kevin Seabolt, MHM Chalan County PUD

Tracey Potter, HS

Keith Simmons, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Roelof Procee, HS The Fluid Power House Inc. Luis Pulido Casas, HS Wainbee Limited

Mark Smith, IHM Industrial Resource Group Kirk Watson, PS Skarda Equipment Co.

Luis Pulido Casas, HS Bishwajit Ranjan, HS Wyman Gordon Houston Dayton Reid, HS Silvestre Rodriguez, MHM Chelan County P.U.D. Ryan Salberg, HS PetroChoice

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2014 IFPS WEB SEMINARS Visit www.ifps.org to register or call 800-308-6005. IFPS Members: Free Non-members: $40.00

IFPS Calendar VISIT WWW.IFPS.ORG FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION.

CERTIFICATION REVIEW TRAINING Job Performance Online Review – CFC Industrial Training, Inc. offers online Job Performance Test reviews, which includes stations 1-6 of the IFPS Mechanic and Technician Job Performance Tests. Members may e-mail askus@ifps.org for a 5% coupon code off the list price for the entire IFPS Job Performance Review (test not included). Live Distance Learning Job Performance Station Reviews. E-mail register@cfc-solar.com for information.

Connector & Conductor (CC) Review w/ Job Performance Test Review and testing offered through NTT Training Centennial, CO Review: August 19-20, 2014 Job Performance and written tests: August 21, 2014 Virginia Beach, VA Review: September 16-17, 2014 Job Performance and written tests: September 18, 2014 Centennial, CO Review: October 21-22, 2014 Job Performance and written tests: October 23, 2014 Centennial, CO Review: November 11-12, 2014 Job Performance and written tests: November 13, 2014 Review and testing offered through Pirtek USA

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Rockledge, FL Review: September 10, 2014 Job Performance Test: September 11, 2014 (9 a.m.) / written test: September 11, 2014 (1 p.m.) Commerce, CA Review: October 2-3, 2014 Job Performance and written tests: October 4, 2014 (9 a.m.) Rockledge, FL Review: November 5, 2014 Job Performance Test: November 6, 2014 (9 a.m.) / written test: November 6, 2014 (1 p.m.)

Industrial Hydraulics Mechanic (IHM) Review w/ Job Performance Test Review and testing offered through NTT Training Centennial, CO Review: September

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22-24, 2014 Job Performance and written tests: September 25, 2014 Virginia Beach, VA Review: October 13-15, 2014 Job Performance and written tests: October 16, 2014

Industrial Hydraulic Technician (IHT) Review and Testing Review and testing offered through NTT Training Centennial, CO Review: September 22-24, 2014 Job Performance and written tests: September 25, 2014 Virginia Beach, VA Review: October 13-15, 2014 Job Performance and written tests: October 16, 2014

Hydraulic Specialist (HS) Certification Review

Distance Learning Review Sessions offered through CFC Industrial Training October 2014 classes available. Review and testing offered through Eaton Corp. September 9-12, 2014 Eden Prairie, MN Review and testing offered through CFC Industrial Training Fairfield, OH Review: October 20-22, 2014 Written test: October 22, 2014 (1 p.m.)

Pneumatic Specialist (PS) Certification Review Distance Learning Review Sessions offered through CFC-Solar, Inc. October 2014 classes available.

‰ AUGUST, 14, 2014 “Cavitation and Aeration: Causes and Cures” 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. EST Presenter: Pat Maluso, CFPAI, Western Hydrostatics, Inc. Cavitation and aeration are conditions that can cause hydraulic system damage and ultimately system failure primarily due to lack of lubrication and/ or solid particle contamination. This presentation will cover recommendations to reduce or alleviate the damaging effects of these conditions, troubleshooting tips, identification of telltale signs, as well as proper and improper system design scenarios.

‰ OCTOBER 16, 2014 “Spool Configuration Selection for Pneumatic Valves” 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. EST Presenter: Richard Throop, CFPAI, Neff Engineering Co., Inc. This presentation will cover the best way to make the correct selection for pneumatic valves.

‰ DECEMBER 11, 2014 “Mobile Equipment Reservoir Baffle Innovation” 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. EST Presenter: Robert Post, WastAway As presented at IFPE 2014 - A practical solution for fluid control inside small mobile equipment reservoirs, reducing damage, spilld e age, and equipment failures. v i arch s at r a n i sem ps.org .if www

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MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES IFPS 2014 Annual Meeting September 23-26, 2014, Charleston, SC IFPS 2015 Spring Meeting February 24-28, 2015, Houston, TX IFPS 2015 Annual Meeting September 22-26, 2015, location tba IFPS 2016 Spring Meeting February 23-27, 2016 - location tba IFPS 2016 Annual Meeting September 27 - October 1, 2016 - location tba


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IFPS NEWS NEWLY UPDATED JOB PERFORMANCE TEST RELEASED

Know Your IFPS Membership Benefits VISIT WWW.IFPS.ORG OR CALL 800-308-6005.

When you join IFPS, you have the benefit of the Society’s 50 years of expertise and experience representing the fluid power and motion control industry. Your membership supports a nonprofit organization dedicated to the unique interests of fluid power engineers, specialists, technicians, and mechanics throughout their careers. IFPS membership and certification are two different entities. Once your technical certification is achieved, your certification must be renewed every five years. IFPS membership is optional, however it is highly recommended. Here’s why:

Discounts • Online Training – $99 for members • NEW - Hydraulic Safety Awareness Training

• 5% discount on online Job Performance Test review offered through CFC-Solar, Inc. • Certification test fee discounts • Recertification fee discounts • Discounts on EVERYTHING in the IFPS store: books, patches, publications, and safety cards/posters • Hertz Car rental discounts • ScriptSave prescription savings card • NEW - Mutual of Omaha Insurance

Professional Development • FREE (only available to members) access to the IFPS growing archived web seminars • FREE study manual downloads • FREE industry-related web seminars by IFPS accredited instructors • FREE certification “Task and Outcome” web seminars. Tasks and

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outcomes from IFPS study manuals are presented bi-monthly by an accredited instructor. • Professional Development Points. You can earn points for every year you are a member. Personal development points are important when it is time to recertify.

Subscriptions • Free subscription to the Fluid Power Journal • Free subscription to IFPS monthly E-News

Networking • Only members can find other members. • Social Media – IFPS has Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter connections. • You will have access to the “Members Only” section of the IFPS website.

In a continuing effort to keep IFPS certification offerings on the cutting edge with changing fluid power and motion control technologies, panels of certified subject matter experts have been hard at work updating the Mechanic and Technician hands-on Job Performance Test and accompanying study manual. IFPS members may download the new Job Performance Study Manual free of charge; non-members may purchase.


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IFPS Certification Testing Locations

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ndividuals wishing to take any IFPS written certification tests are able to select from convenient locations across the United States and Canada. The IFPS is able to offer these locations through its affiliation with The Consortium of College Testing Centers (CCTC) provided by National College Testing Association (NCTA).  

To register for an IFPS written certification test: 1. Fill out an IFPS certification test application including your desired location by visiting www.ifps.org. 2. Submit your application with payment to IFPS headquarters. 3. Upon receipt of your application, you will be e-mailed instructions.

TESTING DATES FOR ANY LOCATIONS LISTED BELOW ARE AS FOLLOWS: AUGUST 2014

SEPTEMBER 2014

OCTOBER 2014

NOVEMBER 2014

DECEMBER 2014

JANUARY 2015

FEBRUARY 2015

Tuesday, 8/5 Thursday, 8/21

Tuesday, 9/2 Thursday, 9/18

Tuesday, 10/7 Thursday, 10/16

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New Problem Drawing by Jeff Parker

In designing a vehicle to go down the road at 60 mph, one must know the drawbar pull of the vehicle. This is a combination of drag coefficient, rolling resistance, grade of incline, and any mechanical inefficiency. To find this information without a wind tunnel, one might use a scale of some type and pull the vehicle with a long tow-rope. Using a pneumatic

WINNER OF PREVIOUS PROBLEM Robert Justin Allison, CFPS Butler, PA Rotork Hiller

ANSWERED CORRECTLY George Fling, CFPS Dallas, TX Southwestern Controls, Inc. (retired)

cylinder with the blind end open to atmosphere and the rod end closed and fitted with a pressure gauge, we can make a nice scale that can be used to determine the horsepower. If the pneumatic cylinder has a bore of 3 inches, what would be the rod size required to have the pressure on the gauge be equal to the drag horsepower when traveling at 60 mph?

By Ernie Parker

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AI, AJPP, AJPPCC, S, MT, MM, MIH, MIP, MMH, Fluid Power Instructor, Hennepin Technical What standard size cylinder would be needed College, EParker@Hennepintech.edu to lift the given load at the present angle using 100 PSI and a 2-1/2" diameter rod?

PREVIOUS PROBLEM

5.1962 5.1962

What standard size cylinder would be needed to lift the given load at the present angle using 100 psi and a 2½" diameter rod?

Andrew Van Beusekom, CFPS Loretto, MN

3.0000 3.0000

8.0000 8.0000

Ø1.5000 ∅1.5000

SOLUTION Step 1: Calculate the angle that the cylinder is mounted to the horizontal frame: Use the tangent of ø = 5.1962 / 3 = 1.732 Now do Tan -¹ to find degrees = 60°

400 Lbs. 400 lbs.

Step 2: The 400 lbs. has a 2:1 mechanical disadvantage, so the true load on the end of the arm is 800 lbs. Step 3: Load x load distance = effort x effort distance (800 x 8 x 3 = 2133.33 lbs. = vertical load at end of cylinder rod) Step 4: Load / sine of 60 degrees = 2462.9 lbs. on the cylinder Step 5: F = PA 2462.9 / 100 psi = 24.63 sq. in. needed Step 6: Because we are finding the rod end area, we need to add the area of the rod to the required area. Rod area is 2.5² x 0.7854 or 4.9 sq. in. Add 24.63 and 4.9 = 29.53 sq. in. Step 7: Find diameter of cylinder: A = D² x 0.7854. Working backwards, 29.53 / 0.7854 = and square root that number 6.13”. The question asks for standard size cylinder, and then we would up the size to a 7-inch diameter. Reinforce your industry expertise with a Pneumatic Mechanic, Technician, or Specialist certification. Apply online at www.ifps.org.

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The teaser is posted on the IFPS website (www.ifps.org) and also printed in the Fluid Power Journal. Submit your information via the website, or fax it to 856-424-9248 attn: Donna Pollander. Those who submit the correct answer before the deadline will have their names printed in the Society Page newsletter and in Fluid Power Journal. The winners will also be entered into a drawing for a special gift.


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SHIRISH PAREEK

is the founder and CEO of Hydraulex Global, a corporation that specializes in worldwide remanufacturing, repair, and distribution of major-brand hydraulic pumps, motors, valves, servos, and cylinders. Hydraulex Global employs over 400 personnel in the U.S. and Canada within their companies of Attica Hydraulic Exchange, Metaris Hydraulics, Hydraulic Repair and Design, and Flint Hydrostatics. Shirish is a member of the U.S. Manufacturing Council serving on the principal private sector advisory committee to the Secretary of Commerce on the United States manufacturing sector. He is also owner and board member of MinnPar, a heavyequipment parts supply business.

JIM BURKE

is vice president, sales and marketing, for Zinga Industries, Inc. The company has manufacturing capabilities in aluminum die casting, mold making, machining, fabricating, assembly, and silk screening. Jim has 35 years of experience, including positions at Gresen Hydraulics (Dana) and Parker Hannifin. He has been with Zinga for 11 years. The Zinga product line includes suction strainers and diffusers, spinon filter heads and adapters (single and modular), in-tank filters, highpressure filters (cartridge and spinon), cellulose and synthetic elements, check and ball valves, gauges, and reservoir accessories.

MICHAEL OLINGER

is director of operations, North America, for Danfoss Power Solutions and has been serving the fluid power industry with Danfoss for nearly 29 years. In his current role, Michael utilizes his manufacturing expertise in day-to-day operations. Michael’s experience stems from his 29-year tenure with Danfoss and his experience in previous roles, when he served as marketing manager, operations manager, and in program development.

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THE QUESTIONS

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Do you think a manufacturing renaissance has staying power with manufacturing and jobs coming back to the United States?

PAREEK: I believe the resurgence has staying power and for several reasons. American companies moved too quickly to follow the trend in the mid-1990s and early 2000s to move jobs out of the United States. The customer aspects of quality, speed-to-market, and new product introduction are much easier when you are doing it here. American companies are now realizing that they need to focus on total cost, not just product price. The inexpensive unit price of manufacturing an item outside the United States isn’t necessarily the lowest overall cost when you take into consideration shipping fees, longer lead times, the quality, and communication challenges. Whereas if you are manufacturing in the United States, your lead times are shorter, you can work on quality issues easier, your communication is easier, and your transportation is cheaper. BURKE: Yes, because of two major factors: consistent quality of the products and timely product availability. OLINGER: Many of our customers are requesting products that are sourced in the regions they are located in, so a key to the staying power starts with U.S. market demand. Assuming the demand for our products is there, the resurgence of manufacturing in the U.S. should continue trending upward. We are fortunate to have a productive workforce with a strong work ethic in Iowa. A productive workforce combined with investments in newer manufacturing technology will be a catalyst for continued improvement for U.S. manufacturers.

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Do you think that U.S.-based companies are poised for significant growth in 2015?

PAREEK: I do see the mid-term trend favoring manufacturing growth in the United States as more and more companies are realizing that it is easier to control quality, reduce lead times, and keep freight costs low when keeping production close to home. In addition, our newfound abundance of natural gas helps in reducing production energy costs in manufacturing. It is a component in so many products and services that it provides a positive impact on countless manufacturing processes for the United States. BURKE: Growth yes, but I would choose marginal reserved growth. OLINGER: There are certainly signs of positive business trends as we progress through 2014. The agricultural market segment has played a key role in our manufacturing growth since the economic downturn in 2009. Agriculture commodity prices are coming down from their highs, and we are beginning to see some softening in the agriculture segment. Renewed strength in the agriculture market, along with exchange rates and U.S. housing starts, will all impact the significance of any growth in 2015. Labor rates are equalizing globally, and this helps level the playing field for labor content in any manufactured product. Customer quality expectations are increasing, and the ability of U.S. manufacturers to respond by continuously improving quality and delivery performance will enhance our ability to outpace manufacturing growth in other regions.

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diminishing are those that do not offer innovation and consistent quality at a competitive price. OLINGER: There are several segments of the hydraulics market that will grow over the next few years. Hydraulic fan drive systems will continue to grow and help OEMs cool Tier IV engines. Many OEMs continue to update their equipment with displays, joysticks, and other electronic components to improve the machine productivity by providing operators

with more information. Future demands will drive the need for hydraulic components that can be integrated with electronics and software to meet customer requirements. We anticipate this trend to continue to accelerate within the mobile hydraulics industry. The market for direct displacement controls for hydrostatic pumps is expected to continue to decline as customers integrate electronic control features in their machines.

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Which product segments of the hydraulics manufacturing market do you see growing? Which segments do you see diminishing?

PAREEK: As more manufacturing comes back to the United States, I firmly believe that the industrial side of hydraulics will be growing. As industrial manufacturing grows, that means more stamping, casting, forging, and extrusion, which equates to an increased need for industrial hydraulics. Another segment would be remanufacturing. At Hydraulics Global, we see this segment growing, especially as more global corporations are becoming environmentally conscious. Remanufacturing is green and is good for the environment. Companies are getting more comfortable with remanufacturing units made in the United States with American labor. BURKE: I see growth in pumps, valves, cylinders, and filtration. Product segments I see

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What do you think the greatest threat to manufacturing growth will be in the next 6-12 months?

PAREEK: The greatest threat to manufacturing growth is finding skilled workers, such as engineers, technicians, CNC operators, assembly line workers, etc. As manufacturing starts to increase, finding a significant number of good, qualified employees is a challenge and can ham-

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per the capacity for growth or expansion plans. There just aren’t enough new/younger people going into these trades to support the growth. BURKE: Political uncertainty, negative media influence, and environmental disasters are all influential in business-decision processes. There has been growth of the business community, but it has been reserved. OLINGER: Attracting and retaining experienced manufacturing support personnel is stretch-

ing our supply base resources and our internal resources. Improvements in manufacturing productivity and the implementation of new manufacturing technologies are typically paced by the availability of supplier resources and our own experienced team members. Improving our ability to share best practices globally will help us leverage the experience of our teams.

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Do you think there is a skills gap in not having enough qualified workers to produce the components that you manufacture?

PAREEK: Clearly there is a skills gap problem in the United States, and it’s a big challenge. Within our five locations at Hydraulex Global throughout North America (Detroit, Seattle, Memphis, Forest, Mich., and Toronto, Canada), I find it difficult to fill jobs. In the United States, we currently have a short supply of qualified people who are trained in trade skills. Exacerbating this problem in the next few years, approximately 2.7 million baby boomers will retire from manufacturing jobs, further increasing the skills gap and labor shortage. The skills gap will only keep increasing if companies don’t take the responsibility of training employees. We need to invest in developing, training, and creating the manufacturing workforce for the future. Workforce development is critical. At Hydraulex Global, the approach we have taken is hiring people and then training them ourselves in the necessary skills. BURKE: Yes. The lack of basic training starting at the high school level is a beginning point. Students at the high school level need exposure to the potential opportunities not only in fluid power, but also in all of the skilled trades. The skilled trades can provide a solid means of employment, income, and a meaningful future. OLINGER: Our Ames, Iowa, facility is located in an area with one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. Turnover of our temporary workforce is high, and we invest a tremendous amount of time in training. We continue exploring opportunities to improve the flexibility of our workforce in an effort to sustain desired productivity levels through the seasonality of our business. Our colleagues in Germany are fortunate to have an apprenticeship program that allows them to focus on training individuals with a desire to build a career in the manufacturing sector. Here in the United States, it is often challenging to find individuals with a desire to remain in manufacturing long term. The manufacturing sector may not necessarily be viewed negatively by younger individuals preparing to enter the workforce, but we need to find a way to give it a more appealing image so as to encourage a growing workforce to strive for a longer-termed career in the field. This will also energize our teenagers to pursue development of manufacturing skills.


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VACUUM SYSTEM By Josef Karbassi, Piab Automation Division The most common vacuum technology for handling sealed materials today utilizes air-driven vacuum ejectors. The handling system is quite often based on a robot equipped with vacuum-lifting devices and suction cups. There are also many manual vacuum-handling devices designed for sealed objects, as well as dedicated machinery with integrated vacuum-handling systems. Examples include sheetmetal presses, water and laser cutters, and glass and wood-working machines. The energy consumed by these types of vacuum-handling systems is defined by how much compressed air the ejectors consume to create vacuum and often takes into account how much compressed air is needed in the flow function to release the part quickly enough. The amount of compressed air consumed in an ejector when vacuum is created depends on the number of nozzle rows, the size of the smallest diameter in the (first) ejector nozzle, and the compressed air feed pressure. The complete formula to theoretically calculate the air consumption for an ejector nozzle is seen in Table 1. It is quite common that the specified air consumption for ejectors will differ from the theoretic value. The actual air consumption should be very close to the theoretic value (the difference of a few percentage

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points is reasonable.) Table 2 demonstrates the theoretic value for some common nozzle diameters at varying feed pressures. Calculations are made at a temperature of 10째C (283.16 Kelvin). The other, and quite often forgotten, energy thief in a vacuum-handling system designed for sealed materials is the blow-off function, which is used for quick release of the object. The air consumed during blow-off is determined by the flow capacity of the valve that controls the function and pressure being used. When utilizing a large, centrally placed ejector (i.e., many cups connected to the same source), very high levels of flow are required in order to quickly break the seal on remotely

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placed suction cups. In this case, flow levels in the range of 200-500 Nl/ min at 4-6 bars are standard. In a decentralized system using one small ejector at each point-of-suction, the release function is, in many cases, the result of blocking the exhaust. The air traveling through the ejector will be forced into the cup, so the air consumption will be equal to, or slightly higher than, the air consumption for producing vacuum. An alternative solution is a small blow-off check valve on a decentralized unit, which typically allows 100-200 Nl/min to pass through at 4-6 bars. In order to calculate the energy consumed, it is required that the compressor efficiency is known. A normal-sized compressor, able to create 7-10 bars of pressure, consumes 6-10 kW per produced cubic meter of air, depending on size and efficiency. The total air consumption for an ejector system per year can easily be calculated by adding the air consumed by vacuum production and the air consumed by blow-off function in each cycle, and then multiplying by the number of cycles per year. Even better is to measure the consumption with a flow meter over the course of a number of cycles. An accepted fact is that the CO2 emissions per produced kWh of electric power will be as follows, depending on the type of production: • Gas: 0.2 kg CO2/kWh • Oil: 0.27 kg CO2/kWh • Coal: 0.33 kg CO2/kWh • Nuclear, Wind, Hydro: 0.0007 kg CO2/kWh Re-calculated for compressed air production, the result is 0.02 – 0.033 kg CO2/m3 if only considering the “dirty” production methods and basing the compressor efficiency on 10 kW per produced cubic meter of air.

Volume flow (Nl/s) = Mass flow / (φair *1000) Mass flow (kg/s) = A*¥*√(P2/(R*T)) Where:

φair = = A = ¥ = P = R = T =

Density for air at atmospheric pressure 101325* / (R*T) Min. area of the smallest diameter in the ejector nozzle 0.6847 = “flow factor” for air, used when the compressed air is higher than app 2.1 bars above atmospheric pressure. Abs. compressed air pressure (Pascal), i.e zero is abs. vacuum (6 bars = 701325 Pa). Gas constant for air = 287 (J/kg K) Air temperature (° K=Kelvin)

* Normal atmospheric pressure (Pa) at sea level.

TABLE 2

Air Consumption for Different Ejector Nozzle Diameters

The ejector’s efficiency is obviously an important parameter to focus on when attempting to minimize energy/air consumption. Ejector efficiency is determined by the vacuum performance (flow and speed of evacuation) in relation to air consumption. Basically, there are two main types of ejectors used in sealed vacuum-handling systems today: single-stage ejectors and multistage ejectors (Fig. 1). The multistage design is more complex and requires more space, but it will always be 15-50% more efficient (same speed/response time with less energy consumption). Therefore, it is important to use a multistage ejector whenever possible. When ejector technology entered the market for vacuum material handling of sealed parts and started to replace electrical-driven vacuum pumps, the main reasons were the simplicity and reliability of the products, as well as the ability to easily control the ejectors’ power during operation. At that time, small ejectors were placed on each suction cup, forming a decentralized system. In many cases, a decentralized system such as this is the most efficient system, as it places suction exactly where it is needed. There is no need for over-dimensioned ejectors to compensate for losses and extra volume. There is also a reduced risk of leakage from fittings and couplings. However, when air-saving technology became available for ejectors, a new trend began. So-called “compact ejectors” (or “smart ejectors”) with integrated control functions, such as valves, vacuum switches, and air-saving functions, flooded the market. These compact ejectors are centrally placed and serve several suction cups. They are usually located a few meters away from the points-of-suction. The air-saving function turns the ejector off when enough vacuum pressure is created, and turns it back on to compensate for any leakage occurring in the system. One major advantage of this system is that the centralized ejector with air-saving function only works for a short period of time during the vacuum-duty cycle, and energy will be saved when compared to the previous decentralized concept (Fig. 2). With the centralized compact ejectors, factors like operational reliability and safety (one ejector per cup), as well as speed of vacuum generation and object release, must be sacrificed to a certain degree. Speed can be compensated for with a very large centralized ejector, but this means much greater energy consumption.

Air Consumption (NI/min)

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TABLE 3

Cycle Analysis of a Centralized Compact Ejector  Vacuum pump “on” before pick up/actual pick  Vacuum duty cycle  Pump working in duty cycle, compensating for leakage  Actual release  Total compressed air supply per cycle for blow-off function  Return to start position

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Another issue in utilizing centralized compact ejectors is that the blow-off function has to be very powerful in order to release parts quickly enough. This is because pipes are long and often restricted, leading to large amounts of air consumption during the time needed for blow-off. Table 3 shows a typical work cycle in a sealed vacuum-handling application utilizing a compact ejector with air-saving function. Air consumption occurs during the following phases: 1. Dark blue: Vacuum is started in the system before the actual pick to increase pick-up speed. 2. Blue: Enough vacuum is made in the system to compensate for leakage from fittings and couplings. A few recoveries per cycle are not unusual due to leakage. 3. Red: Object release using positive pressure blow-off 4. Dark red: Excessive blow-off time It is obvious that even with an air-saving function in place, there will be a great deal of compressed air consumed during each cycle.

CAN AIR CONSUMPTION AND CARBON FOOTPRINT BE SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED? A new, compact, decentralized ejector unit with two unique features is the answer to the question of whether or not air consumption and carbon footprint can be substantially reduced with a vacuum system. The two features are the fully pneumatic and internal air-saving device called Vacustat and a new release valve (AQR), which uses the ambient atmosphere to quickly release a handled part. The volume of a single suction cup is so low that atmosphere air is all that is needed. In other words, no compressed air is needed for release, and an automatic air-saving device is in place. This concept offers all the benefits of a decentralized ejector system in terms of reliability, safety, and speed (response and release). The air and energy consumed is virtually nonexistent. There is no compressed air consumption during the release of objects, and the air-saving function does not have to compensate for leakage from multiple fittings and couplings. The volume is so low that the air-saving function will start almost instantly. Time that the ejector must be on before pick-up is also reduced to almost nothing, and there is no need to create a pre-vacuum in the system. It will be fast, regardless. As Table 4 highlights, the pump is only working for an extremely short period of time. Now we will look at a typical sealed vacuum-handling application with the following conditions and requirement: • Cycle time: 10 s • Working hours per year: 6,000 h • Vacuum duty cycle: 5 s • Diameter 75-mm cups: 4 pcs • Response time: max 0,1 – 0,2 s • Release time: < 0,1 s

TABLE 4

Cycle Analysis of a Vacustat-Coax® with AQR  Vacuum pump “on” before pick up/actual pick  Vacuum duty cycle  Pump working in vacuum duty cycle  Release by AQR – no air consumption  Return to start position

1. Previously developed decentralized solutions use approximately 25,000 – 40,000* m3 of air per year. 2. A compact ejector with air-saving function will reduce air consumption to approximately 15,000 – 20,000* m3 of air per year. 3. The Vacustat-COAX®-AQR solution will use about 1,000 m3 of air per year. * Range varies greatly, as it depends on whether single or multistage ejector technology is used. Under these conditions, it is possible to reduce energy consumption by 90-99% by simply using the latest available technology. Returning to our previous equation, we can calculate that 15,000 – 40,000 m3 of air corresponds to approximately 450 – 1,200 kg of carbondioxide emissions if the electrical power is supplied by a coal, oil, or gas plant. This is based only on a single application/station. A typical automotive plant can have up to 400 of these applications in operation. The carbon footprint of vacuum handling in these plants can be between 180,000 and 480,000 kg when utilizing traditional vacuum technology (based on conditions above). When utilizing a Vacustat-COAX® with AQR technology, the carbon footprint can be reduced to only 12,000 kg. In comparison, the average amount of CO2 emitted from one car is 180 g/km. The reduced carbon footprint an automotive plant can achieve per year by using the latest vacuum-handling technology corresponds to 933,333 – 2,600,000 km of driving. Reinforce your industry expertise with a Pneumatic Mechanic, Technician, or Specialist certification. Apply online at www.ifps.org.

About the author: Josef Karbassi is vice president of the Automation Division for Piab. For more information, visit www.piab.com.

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FLUIDYNE VANE PUMP USED IN BUS ENGINE Ê The company’s V10NF vane pump is being used as a power steering pump for heavy-duty trucks and interstate buses. Due to space constraints, this application requires the pump to be coupled directly to the motor in a high-temperature area. The design is available in seven different flow rates that come with an internal drain and integrated flow control, which saves the need for separate controls, saving space, but also reduces the labor involved in plumbing the extra connections. www.fluidynefp.com

Yates Industries Acquires Assets of Georgia Hydraulics International Œ Yates Industries has expanded to include Atlanta, Ga., by acquiring certain assets of Georgia Hydraulics International. Yates’ main plant is headquartered in Saint Clair Shores, Mich., with a second facility, Yates Cylinders, in Decatur, Ala. The company offers high-speed turnarounds on cylinder repairs and customized cylinder manufacturing. www.yates.com

DES-CASE ACQUIRES ESCO SIGHT GLASS PRODUCT LINE Ë Des-Case Corp. announced the

AVENTICS OFFERS FREE VALVE TRIAL PROGRAM Œ AVENTICS (formerly Rexroth Pneumatics) announced the “Discover the Ceramic Advantage” program, which allows new customers in the U.S. and Canada to try a Ceram valve free of charge. The program requires minimal qualifications by the customer in order to receive the new valve. The valve offers a life expectancy of 150 million cycles. www.aventics.com/us/ceram

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purchase of the visual oil analysis product line of ESCO, based in Houston, Tex. Products acquired include the 3-D BullsEye™ Viewport, as well as its oil sight glasses, indicators, and oil level monitors. Oil sight glasses play a critical role in early detection of contamination and oil level problems, and allows for constant monitoring of what’s happening inside equipment. www.descase.com


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omponent failure is often the root cause of hydraulic spills to the environment. In this article, we won’t discuss environmentally friendly fluids, but instead lean more toward the effects of failure and prevention. Spill control methods for hydraulic failure are containment, adsorbents, and establishing protocols. Stepping back to the root cause is where we should focus in an effort to prevent failure and the use of these post controls. Hydraulic component failure is inevitable if you let it happen, however, it is also preventable. A hydraulic component will never get more reliable after its first use; in fact, the moment it is put to use, its life expectancy declines. There is a whole profession and organization that focuses on component and machine reliability, and these reliability experts convey that knowledge and comprehensive maintenance procedures will reduce failures by 90%. Every minute in North America, a hydraulic hose will fail, expelling hydraulic fluid to the surrounding environment. Even if the lost fluid is contained and the area is remediated, the lost fluid should never be returned to the system due to contamination.

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Component failure is a hazard to the environment.

What am I looking for? An inspection has revealed this hose assembly is damaged and failure is likely to occur. This hose has been stressed or crushed, causing it to flatten at the crimp.

This lost fluid, however, can be recycled, but in most cases, the fluid and adsorbents end up in landfill sites for natural breakdown. There is really no upside to component failure and release to the environment. HSAC recently released a safety poster titled “Near Miss,” which simply states: “If an injury did not result…it’s a reportable near miss.” The image on the poster is a failed hose assembly. We believe recording hydraulic hose failures in the near-miss category will eventually bring this phenomenon real serious attention, as it should! Hydraulic component manufacturers are very good at explaining reliability and the requirements of maintaining a failure-free system. These pointers from manufacturers become industry best practices, which we hope will eventually be adapted into a standard. For more information on containment, adsorbents, biodegradable fluid, spills reporting, and effects on the environment, contact info@hsac.ca.


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I work in a mine running a piece of equipment with many hydraulic hoses in a “track” system. The hoses in the “track” and elsewhere show damage to the outer covers, and the braided reinforcement wire is exposed and, in many cases, badly corroded. Could you please help me maintain safety in my workplace by providing your input into this situation? When the outer shell of a hydraulic hose has been damaged or has begun to break down, exposing the wire reinforcement, the steel wire immediately begins to corrode. The inner layer of rubber has no strength without sound wire reinforcement. Any hoses that are damaged should be replaced. There is no act or standard that states you must replace the hose, however, legal repercussions can result in the event of a failure causing injury or death, including property and environmental damage. Liability may fall on the persons, supervisor, and company responsible for using components that are visibly damaged where the manufacturer and industry best practices state that they are not safe. A “fraying” hose is not safe and can fail at any time. The overall costs are much higher when failure occurs.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION The mission of Hydraulic Safety Authority of Canada Inc. (HSAC) is to provide proactive health and safety awareness programs specific to hydraulic systems and components. These programs provide a guideline for companies to follow as they show the necessary due diligence required for providing a safe work environment and improving their existing health and safety systems. Contact by phone: 416-363-7272; e-mail: info@hsac.ca; web: www.hsac.ca. The IFPS is now an authorized provider of HSAC’s Hydraulic Safety Awareness e-learning courses.

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NFPA Does Its Part to Solve a Dilemma NFPA exhibited at the 2014 STEM Leadership Forum entitled “Confronting the ‘New’ American Dilemma” at Johnson Controls in Glendale, Wis. The “New” American Dilemma is characterized by the persistently low number of African American, American Indian, and Latino young women and men who pursue STEM study and careers in engineering. The goal is to bring together the best minds in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education to collaboratively determine a path forward that will accelerate efforts to increase the number of underrepresented minorities (URMs) in our nation’s engineering programs. Of the Bachelor of Science degrees granted in engineering in 2012, 12.9%

Lynn Beyer, NFPA’s workforce program manager, manned the exhibit space and spoke to this group about the Fluid Power Challenge, fluid power curriculum, and careers in fluid power. If you are interested in learning more about NFPA’s involvement in educational programs, contact Lynn Beyer at (414) 778-3364 or lbeyer@nfpa.com.

were awarded to underrepresented minorities, although URMs represent 30% of the general population. The Forum was a tremendous opportunity to join educators, students, parents, business leaders, and engineers in an important conversation.

Fluid Power Challenge Grants Available to Schools As of July 1, 2014, NFPA will be taking grant applications to fund new Fluid Power Challenge events. Schools can apply for grants up to $3,500. (Challenge kits cost $175 each, so NFPA would cover that cost for up to 20 teams.) The NFPA Fluid Power Challenge is a competition that chal-

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lenges students to solve an engineering problem using fluid power. They work in teams to design and build a fluid power mechanism, and then compete against other teams in a timed competition. Contact Lynn Beyer at (414) 778-3364 or lbeyer@nfpa.com.


IFPE Fluid Power Zone to Showcase New Fluid Power and Motion Control Technologies IFPE Fluid Power Zone will showcase new fluid power and motion control technologies at the inaugural Motion, Drive & Automation North America (MDA NA) trade show and conference co-located with IMTS at McCormick Place, Chicago, Ill., from September 8-13, 2014. Building off the success of IFPE Fluid Power Zone’s debut at Industrial Automation North America (IANA) 2012, the National Fluid Power Association (NFPA) has again partnered with Hannover Fairs USA (HFUSA) to host IFPE Fluid Power Zone at the 2014 Motion, Drive & Automation North America trade show and conference. The dedicated display “Zone” will showcase new and recently launched fluid power and machine control design technologies. “Industrial Automation NA and MDA North America offer platforms for the complete range of automation technologies and innovations from around the world,” said Larry Turner, CEO of HFUSA. “In the IFPE Fluid Power Zone, companies big and small will be launching products that are vitally important to the factory of the future. We’re thrilled to host the IFPE Fluid Power Zone in conjunction with NFPA to offer attendees access to groundbreaking products from leading global companies. Many of the IFPE Fluid Power Zone 2012 exhibitors are returning this year and have booked bigger stands.” The first IFPE Fluid Power Zone took place as part of Industrial Automation North America, which debuted at IMTS in 2012 and attracted 109 exhibitors from 19 countries and over 100,000 visitors from 119 countries (included with IMTS), 91% of whom found a solution to a specific manufacturing problem. Confirmed IFPE Fluid Power Zone 2014 Exhibitors:

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This is the sixth in a series of articles describing NFPA’s actions focused on the development of a program within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) that can fund and focus on energy-efficiency improvements using fluid power technology. The envisioned program would be partly research-focused, helping to develop new energy-efficient fluid power technologies, and partly education-focused, helping to improve the design and maintenance of existing fluid power systems with current technologies and techniques. To read the full series, go to www.nfpa.com.

If you’ve been following this series, you know that we have been successful in establishing that fluid power research and education represent significant opportunities to reduce the amount of energy consumed in the United States, especially in the industrial sector. Several interactions with what is now the Advanced By Eric Lanke, Manufacturing Office (AMO) of the U.S. CEO, NFPA Department of Energy have resulted in two areas of possible cooperation—getting fluid power engaged on the U.S. Council of Competitiveness, where future structures and private/public partnerships were being discussed to address energy efficiency, and seeing if fluid power could be better incorporated into the AMO’s existing industrial energy-assessment programs. Last time, I talked about our interactions with the leaders of one of those energy-assessment programs—the Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) Program, where teams located at 24 universities around the country conduct no-cost energy assessments for small and medium-sized manufacturers. We were asked to provide them with information on how to detect and correct inefficiencies in existing fluid power systems and, working with the two content experts we had recruited with the help of our sister association, the International Fluid Power Society, we have begun to develop exactly that. Our hydraulic expert, for example, has since produced a white paper on the subject, which suggests that assessors look for the following potential indicators of hydraulic system inefficiency: • A LARGE HEAT EXCHANGER: One advantage of a hydraulic system is that the fluid has the ability to carry away the heat generated by mechanical inefficiency to a central location where it can be dissipated. A large heat exchanger indicates that a large amount of heat needs to be removed. However, a large heat exchanger is not a litmus test for efficiency. There may be explanations for the heat exchanger that do not include inefficiency. The reservoir may be sitting in the hot sun or snuggled up to another heat source. The heat exchanger may be oversized because it was readily available and is not being used to its capacity. A large heat exchanger is an indicator, but will require more research.

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• THE TEMPERATURE OF THE FLUID: The temperature of the fluid in the reservoir can be an indicator, certainly if it is above 45° C. However, the reservoir temperature can be deceiving. If it is a nice cool 35°C, it may only indicate an efficient heat exchanger. The fluid may be traveling across relief valves, through restrictive flow controls, and undersized conductors just before it passes through the heat exchanger. So, hot fluid is certainly a problem, but cool fluid may result from a cover up.

These and eight more indicators are described in the white paper, as well as steps that can be taken to correct the inefficiencies. A full copy of the white paper can be obtained by contacting NFPA. Similar information is also being developed for pneumatic systems. The hydraulic document has already been forwarded to our contacts in the AMO, with the hope that we can re-engage on the question of how this information can be best brought into their assessment programs. When one considers that roughly 3% of all the energy consumed in the United States is consumed by a fluid power system—and almost half of that in the industrial setting—finding ways to improve the efficiency of these existing systems should become a compelling priority. Next time, I’ll loop back and talk about the other opportunity that came out of our discussion with the AMO—getting fluid power engaged on the U.S. Council of Competitiveness, where future structures and private/public partnerships are being discussed to address the commercialization of new energy-efficient technologies. The intent of this series is to keep NFPA members better informed about our efforts in this regard and also to seek their help in advocating for the envisioned program. Please watch this space for more background on this issue, as well as regular updates on our progress. If you would like to become more involved, please contact Eric Lanke directly at (414) 778-3351 or elanke@nfpa.com. Getting industry leaders engaged in this effort will be critical to its ultimate success.

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ISO Standards Working Group Leaders Retire After Many Years of Service NFPA would like to thank ISO/TC 131/SC 6/WG 2 convener Dr. Leonard Bensch (retired Pall Corp.), ISO/TC 131/SC 6/WG 1 convener Michael Day (retired Pall Corp., U.K.) and secretary to ISO Technical Committee 131 and its U.S. TAG, Karen Boehme, for their many years of service in the fluid power industry in developing ISO standards. They are pictured along with ISO/TC 131/SC 6 Chairman Richard Gast (Deere & Co.) in the photo. During the month of May 2014, ISO/TC 131/SC 6 (contamination control), ISO/TC 131/SC 7 (sealing devices), and several of its working groups, comprising fluid power technical experts representing the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, China, Japan, Italy, and Turkey came together in Milwaukee, Wis., and Nashville, Tenn. The working groups that met in Milwaukee and Nashville discussed standards in the following areas: • Sampling, contamination analysis, and reporting • Filter and separator evaluation • Component and system cleanliness • O-rings • Pneumatic component reliability

Left to right: Leonard Bensch, Karen Boehme, Richard Gast, Michael Day

• Pneumatic control products • Treatment of air NFPA has recognized the value of standards development since its founding. Experience has shown that the best standards are those developed by companies that make products and systems and those who apply, service, and use them. There is always a need for member companies and their customers to get involved in ISO standards for fluid power. Although NFPA focuses all its standards development at the international (ISO) level now, getting involved is as easy as joining a USA national committee and reviewing and commenting on documents. If you would like to learn more about the work being done on ISO standards for fluid power, please contact Denise Rockhill at (414) 778-3354 or by e-mail at drockhill@nfpa.com.

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More Than Hot Air: Applying Pneumatic Energy to Automotive Applications By Keith Sneddon, Exelis Electronic Systems

For motorists and vehicle operators concerned with efficiency and reducing their environmental impact, hybrids are an attractive solution. Any vehicle with two or more distinct power sources qualifies as a hybrid, the most popular of which are electric and hydraulic systems. Both technologies are a proven means of improving vehicle efficiency and fuel economy through energy capture, storage, and release. Energy capture is most commonly done through regenerative braking – harvesting the energy produced when a vehicle applies its brakes. This is the main way that the Toyota Prius and other popular hybrid electric vehicles generate supplemental power. It’s also true of hydraulic hybrids, except they store their energy in pressurized fluid rather than electric batteries. Each system has its advantages, disadvantages, and preferred applications. For heavier vehicles like trucks and buses, hydraulic hybrids are often more effective at capturing and

reusing energy. Electric hybrids predominate in smaller vehicles, which do not need as much power to maintain speed as their heavier counterparts do. Hydraulic systems are also popular in heavy-vehicle applications where the cost and weight of effective batteries is prohibitive. Despite their clean energy and environmental benefits, both systems present an “e-waste” risk; old batteries can be harmful if not properly disposed of, and the spilling of hydraulic fluid is a real environmental concern. Both systems also ultimately add drag to vehicles that offsets the efficiency gains they produce.

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true pneumatic or “hybrid air” propulsion system, designed specifically for heavy vehicles, is already demonstrating clear advantages over both electric and hydraulic hybrids. The idea of an air-powered vehicle is not new, but the breakthrough that enabled it is fairly recent. Engineers at Exelis in Amityville, N.Y., a center specializing in high-pressure pneumatics for defense and aerospace applications, figured out how to safely and consistently control very high-pressure air in real-world environments. This innovation gave rise to the first truly feasible “pure air” automotive hybrid system (with no hydraulic motor or components) called the hybrid pneumatic driveline, or HPD. Like other hybrids, the HPD uses regenerative breaking to capture and store energy. When the vehicle brakes, a compressor absorbs energy from the driveline that is stored in the form of compressed air and heat in tanks, rather than in hydraulic fluid or batteries. The weight benefit is immediately clear; no matter how much air you compress, it never gets appreciably heavier. The captured energy is available to be released into an air motor, providing power for acceleration and reducing the engine’s workload, fuel consumption, and emissions. A pure air hybrid avoids the complications posed by batteries, including limited lifespan, and can convert that stored energy into useable power far more quickly and effectively than electric batteries or hydraulic fluid.

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ENHANCED PARALLEL ARCHITECTURE In general, there are two ways an alternate power source can provide power to a hybrid vehicle’s driveline: in parallel, where both sources can turn the vehicle’s transmission simultaneously, and in series, where the internal combustion engine does not power the vehicle directly but a generator, which transmits power to the wheels. The HPD combines elements of both architectures. By controlling aspects of the vehicle’s normal transmission, this “enhanced parallel” design can realize much of the system efficiency gains of a full parallel system without a radical change to the vehicle’s basic driveline configuration. This approach makes it straightforward to retrofit systems to existing vehicles rather than being limited to new production models.

DESIGNED TO HELP MAKE HEAVY VEHICLES LIGHTER AND CLEANER The entry point for the HPD will be refuse collection trucks. Lab trials of the system show promising results, and work is underway to begin trials on real refuse collection routes. The benefits of this system over hydraulic and electric hybrids are clear in terms of the efficiencies, which include up to 25% fuel economy and corresponding emissions and particulate pollution reductions, as well as reduced wear and tear on vehicle brakes. The low cost and inherently longer service lifetime of pure air hybrid technology makes it an attractive prospect for heavy vehicles that make frequent stops, especially when multiplied across large fleets.

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WHY THE TECHNOLOGY WORKS – AND WHY IT MATTERS Compressed air has a fundamental physics advantage over other materials (like hydraulic fluid or batteries) with regard to power density. It provides efficiency gains – fuel economy and emissions reductions – without the cost, weight, or environmental risks associated with electric and hydraulic hybrids. In general, pure air hybrid technology promises to be lighter in weight, more efficient, and cleaner than existing systems. The high pressures at which the HPD operates were not previously manageable in real-world environments. With that problem solved, the technology lends itself well to a wide range of applications. Regenerative braking on buses, delivery trucks, or railroad cars would be excellent automotive-use cases. There are many other conceivable applications. Windmills for generating clean energy, for example. In windy locations, excess energy can be stored and used to supplement turbine spinning on quiet days, reducing shocks to power generation and smoothing power supply. The same concept could be applied to wave-generated power. Most importantly, the technology is readily scalable and ay – ustry D can be integrated to any application that would benefit HPD Ind an industry f ees o 013 Attend mber 2 from high power density and light weight. This opens up in Septe ts ay held ut the benefi d the possibility of bringing the power of air to a multitude bo brid y h learn a d n PD a of new applications and industries, which are beginning of the H technology at umatic ty. e n p to realize the importance and potential of clean technollis facili the Exe ogies, not just for safety and the environment, but also for the bottom line.

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FPEF NEWS

Support Education with the FPEF WHO ARE WE? AÂ 501(c)(3), the Fluid Power Educational Foundation (FPEF) implemented a program to develop and support a network of schools with a strong focus on fluid power through curriculum guidance, assistance in acquiring hardware, and scholarship offerings. At the direction of a small but dedicated volunteer Board of Trustees, the FPEF continues to seek ways to assist students and professionals in becoming well-educated fluid power industry specifiers, manufacturers, educators, and customers. With the assistance of industry, associations, and individuals, the Foundation acts to improve the presence and application of fluid power in a technologically advanced world.

WHAT DO WE DO? The FPEF actively pursues funding for both its own educational initiatives, as well as related opportunities for students and professionals in the fluid power industry. It constantly searches for opportunities that have content related to the study of fluid power and its associated technologies, including mathematics, science, and motion control. FPEF encourages workers to enter the field of fluid power, and to do so with the best and most up-to-date educational background possible. If you would like FPEF to list your organizationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s internship opportunities or scholarships, please email info@fpef.org.

WHO BENEFITS? Students. Careers in fluid power are exciting, challenging, and rewarding. By connecting students with these opportunities, the Foundation positively impacts lives and livelihoods. Educational institutions. Universities, technical colleges, high schools, and middle schools provide access to the young people who will become the professionals of tomorrow. The fluid power industry. With better educated individuals entering the workforce, the fluid power industry will be an excellent solution for years to come!

HOW CAN YOU HELP? Take the opportunity today to help support education in the field of fluid power and its associated technologies in motion control. FPEF welcomes donations from individuals, companies, and associations. Donation methods available include online, by mail, and by fax. A memorial contribution honoring someone, either today or in the past, is also welcomed. Visit www.fpef.org or call 856-424-8998. If you plan to attend a science fair, career fair, or any other industry fair that promotes science, math, and/or fluid power technology, please visit the resource page of www.fpef.org.

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SPOTLIGHT ON THE R-DRILL SOLUTION Regulations requiring improved fuel economy and reduced emissions are driving new engine technologies. These new requirements must be met while still satisfying customer demand for more powerful engines. Fuel-injector technology continues to evolve to meet this demand for better and cleaner performance. The R-Drill solution is suitable for manufacturing fuel injectors because it creates precise micro holes in a single

process, achieving part-to-part consistency that has enabled customers to win new business and increase market share with engine manufacturers. The R-Drill enables industrial and medical manufacturers to • capture production savings by drilling faster (<1 sec through 1.2 mm 316 SS) through thicker materials than the company’s previous commercial offerings; • produce parts with intricate hole features not previously possible in an all-laser manufacturing process, including perfectly round holes, elliptical holes, square holes, positive and negative tapers, micron-sized entrance and exit features, and holes that alter shape and profile from the top to the bottom of the part; and • eliminate months of iterative machine shopbased prototyping of new parts [e.g. gas direct (GDi) fuel injector nozzles] with the company’s 24-hour print-to-part software.

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R-DRILL FEATURES (Quoted values are for R-Drill solution equipped with R-300 laser.) PERFORMANCE: • Power: 15W femtosecond laser • Pulse Width: Reduced to <500 fs for higher peak power and elimination of HAZ damage • Running Pulse Management: Start and forget, active pulse tracker ensures beam characteristics and process consistency. • Fully Programmable: Accommodate part design changes or future parts by altering the software; no new capital required. RESULTS: • Diverse Shape Profiles: round, square, or elliptical holes, positive and negate tapers • Rapid Drilling: <1 second/hole for typical GDi hole geometries • HAZ Elimination: No post processing required. • Part-to-Part Consistency is unmatched by EDM or other laser systems. PRECISION SAMPLES:

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‰ CERTIFICATION SUCCESS PROFILE

Profile Data Dr. Brian Steward, PhD, PE, CFPHS, has taught fluid power courses since 1999 when he joined the faculty of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering at Iowa State University. He developed a fluid power lab that is used for engineering and technology courses. His educational background includes degrees in Electrical Engineering and Agricultural Engineering from South Dakota State University and University of Illinois. Before studying at Illinois, he worked for five years at Raven Industries designing flow-control systems for agriculture. He is the first instructor to take advantage of the FPEF grant for a free certification test, and he successfully obtained his IFPS Hydraulic Specialist (HS) certification.

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I knew about the IFPS certification program for several years and wanted to become certified. One main reason that I wanted to be certified was that my example, as the instructor of the fluid power courses at Iowa State, would be an encouragement for my students to become certified, as well. Certification or other credentialing is important, because it demonstrates that as a professional, you have entered into a “community of practice,” and the community has formally recognized you as a competent member. Certification is part of becoming a professional.

I had been planning to move forward with IFPS certification for several years, but was not able move it to the top of my priority list. However, when I learned about the grant, I decided to take the opportunity because it provided incentive to move ahead with the process. I had also wanted to start promoting certification to the students in my fluid power courses, but thought it would be best to first go through the process so that I could better promote with the knowledge gained.

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Whenever I have gone through any credentialing process, including IFPS certification, I have learned more clearly how the community approaches and views the technical content and the professional practice of that community.

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Both classes provide an introduction to fluid power. Students who complete these courses should be ready to proceed with the IFPS Hydraulic Specialist certification. The courses have a hands-on laboratory component in the Danfoss fluid power lab in our department. Certification testing is also now available through the Iowa State University testing center, so students can easily become certified without ever needing to leave campus.

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IFPS certification will help me make a larger impact on the fluid power industry through my educational, research, and outreach programs. ‰ WHY DO YOU FEEL THE FPEF IS IMPORTANT?

FPEF plays an important role in raising the visibility of fluid power industry careers to students by providing them with pathways and incentives to pursue career paths in fluid power.

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spheric air into compressed air, heat and water are produced. The compressed air coming out of the compression element is very hot and totally saturated with water vapor. If this water vapor is not removed, it will condense, causing water contamination as the air BY RON MARSHALL cools in the pipes and hoses in the plant. FOR THE COMPRESSED AIR On a hot summer day, say 90°F with 80% relative CHALLENGE humidity, a 50-hp compressor delivering 200 cfm of compressed air at 100°F squeezes 2.1 gallons of water per hour from the atmospheric air, or more than enough to fill a 40-gallon drum per day. On a cooler day, say 70°F and 70% relative humidity, the compressor produces only 0.6 gallons of condensed water per hour due to drier conditions. On an even cooler day, perhaps 35°F, only about 0.2 gallons per hour of water will saturate out—or ten times less than the worst-case conditions. The system moisture loading is variable and depends on the ambient conditions. If the ambient temperature of the plant is lower than the 100-degree discharge, let’s say 70°F, then another 0.36 gallons per hour of water will saturate out as the compressed air cools if the air is not dried somehow. This water will collect in low spots in the system and will pick up rust, dirt, and lubricant, forming an ugly brown mixture that will contaminate downstream processes and equipment. Worst-case scenario would be the contamination of a final product, such as a food source or moisture-sensitive chemical. To prevent water from causing problems, some of the moisture is removed by air dryers that reduce the dew point of the pressurized air to levels much lower than the lowest ambient conditions. Typical general drying reduces the dew point to about 40°F using refrigerated air dryers. For a dryer sized for a 200-cfm compressor, this type of

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dryer would remove about 0.5 gallons of water per hour from a 100°F stream of saturated air. Desiccant dryers could be used if the compressed air pipes are 2 exposed to very cold ambient conditions or if the process being supplied is very sensitive to moisture. To dry the air FIGURE 1: down to -40°F dew point from +40°F conditions, only 0.07 gallons of additional water per hour must be removed. If all this condensed water were left to collect inside the system volume, the receivers and pipes would evenFIGURE 3: tually fill up. There needs to be a way to drain away the condensate and because the flow of the drainage is variable, the drainage must be set to a rate high enough to cover the worst-case conditions, even though these conditions may only occur one or two times per year. There are numerous ways to accomplish condensate drainage. The simplest, but most expensive, way is to simply crack open the drain at each condensate accumulation point. This leaks an expensive flow of compressed air in all conditions, as the flow doesn’t vary with moisture loading. Draining 10 cfm of air at a manual drain would cost about $2,200 per year at typical power costs of $0.10 per kWh. If this drain were fitted with a timer solenoid set at a fixed 20% FIGURE 2: duty cycle, the cost would reduce to $440 per year, but again the duty cycle does not vary with demand. Fitting the drain with an airless drain would reduce the annual electrical operating cost to near zero and provide automatic adjustment through varying ambient conditions. All drains must be maintained to ensure proper operation, but which are the most important? In consulting with previously calculated water content, it can be seen that 80% of the water needs to be removed at the compressor separator, with the remaining amount being removed at the dryer. Thus, care should be taken to ensure adequate drainage at this important point. If the compressor drains fail, the condensate will make its way to the air dryer. Air dryers are not designed to handle free water, so therefore the dryer will be overwhelmed, causing moisture FIGURE 3: problems downstream. It is very common to see additional drains installed to prevent moisture problems caused by a failed upstream drain. The more drains installed, the higher the system loading and the more condensate the compressor produces. Installing additional drainage can produce negative results and higher operating costs. Proper drain installation, 3 maintenance, and testing are the AIRLESS DRAINS ADJUST FOR VARYING CONDITIONS. keys to trouble-free operations.

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‰ ECONOMIC REPORT

BY CHA D MOU TR CHIEF ECONO AY NATION MIST AL ASS OC OF MA NUFAC IATION TURER S (NAM)

Global Manufacturing Update June 13, 2014—Global growth has been slower than desired in the early months of 2014, and as a result, we have seen many analysts—including me—downgrade their forecasts for this year. Indeed, the latest World Bank’s Global Economic Prospects now predicts global GDP growth of 2.8% for the year, down from the 3.2% forecast in January. Much of that stems from softer growth in the first half of the year in the United States and decelerated activity in the emerging markets. Brazil, Russia, and China experienced contracting manufacturing activity levels in May, with only India experiencing modest growth.

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The good news is that the global economy is anticipated to pick up in the second half of this year, continuing into next year. The World Bank estimates real GDP growth of 3.4% in 2015, with the U.S. economy expanding by 3.0%. This would be consistent with the relatively upbeat outlook seen in the most recent

National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)/ IndustryWeek Survey of Manufacturers. Still, there continues to be threats to growth that could dampen these predictions, including deflationary risks in Europe, tighter monetary policies in the United States, and a number of geopolitical struggles. For example, crude oil

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prices have risen sharply in the past few days to around $107 a barrel this morning because of confrontations in Iraq and worries about energy supplies. In general, manufacturing activity worldwide continues to expand modestly, but at varying paces across a number of nations. The JPMorgan Global Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) increased slightly, up from 51.9 in April to 52.2 in May. Yet, five of the top 10 markets for U.S.-manufactured goods had declining levels of activity for the month, up from two in March and zero in December. China tops this list, having experienced its fifth consecutive monthly contraction despite some easing in the pace of the monthly decline. Three of the other four countries with contractions were also in Asia, including Hong Kong, Japan, and South Korea. Meanwhile, Brazil has now contracted for two straight months, which is perhaps not the way it wanted to kick off the World Cup. At the other end of the spectrum, we continue to see strong growth in the United Kingdom and the United States, both of which saw heavy production gains in May. Meanwhile, European economies continue to experience slight expansions, but growth eased in May. The Markit Eurozone Manufacturing PMI decreased from 53.4 to 52.2, its slowest pace since November, but the 11th straight month of expanding levels of activity. This resulted from a deceleration in new orders, output, exports, and hiring. Nonetheless, growth in the Eurozone remains subpar, with real GDP up just 0.2% in the first quarter and expected to increase around 1% in 2014 as a whole. Still, retail sales have increased in each of the first four months of 2014, and industrial production increased at its fastest pace since November. Yet, the big worry in Europe continues to be deflation. Producer prices fell 0.1% in the Eurozone in April, with declines of 1.2% year-overyear. At the same time, annual inflation has fallen to 0.5%. Fears about deflation and slow growth have prompted the European Central Bank (ECB) to take actions to further stimulate the Eurozone economy at its June 5 meeting, cutting its main interest rate to 0.15%. In essence, the ECB will charge negative interest rates on bank deposits in an effort to spur institutions to lend more, and there is some speculation that it might pursue a more aggressive asset-purchasing program in the future, if needed. On the policy front, there is an increased focus on both a business and policy perspective in India, with its election of a new prime minister, and Europe, which also elected a new parliament and is constituting a new commission. Trade negotiations in the Asia-Pacific and

Europe continue, but work needs to be done on both. Domestically, there is a heavy U.S. focus on the reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank before its expiration on September 30 and passage of a new Miscellaneous Tariff Bill, which has lagged more than 17 months, as well as new legislation on trade secrets.

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Corp. of America, a supplier of factory automation components, has been working with manufacturers for nearly a decade to reduce their compressed air costs. The program’s goals are to assist customers with resource conservation efforts, raise awareness of available energy-saving measures, and develop products suitable for reducing compressed air costs while increasing productivity. The company offers an extensive list of products designed to reduce energy consumption and lower the cost of ownership of automated machinery. These products can be applied at the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) level, as well as retrofitted to existing machinery. The following general guidelines should be observed: • Near the air inlet, there should be an identification plate showing »» the minimum air pressure required, »» the average air consumption per machine cycle, and »» the required flow rate (peak air flow). • If an air-quality standard for water content (pressure dew point) is called for, that qualifier should be noted on the identification plate, as well. • The machine should be designed to operate with an air pressure as low as reasonable. • Verify that the end user will have the compressed air capacity available to operate properly. • If there are limited applications within the machine that require a higher pressure, consider the use of a booster to supply flow to just those locations.

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By Jon Jensen, CFPPS, CFPECS, CFPAI, SMC Corp. of America, Energy Conservation Group

• The operating program should include measures that will automatically shut off the inlet air during prolonged downtime.

Air Preparation • A 3-port shut-off valve with lock-out/tag-out should be included to remove inlet pressure during maintenance or extended downtime. • A water-removal filter should be included to remove any water that might be present in the air lines. • Inlet air filters should »» be sized for pressure drop across the element less than 3 psi, »» meet the filtration rating determined by the component supplier, »» be equipped with an automatic drain to reduce routine maintenance, »» be designed to indicate when the element should be replaced, and »» if necessary, include a coalescing filter and/or odor-removal filter.

• Pressure regulators should be tamper resistant to avoid inappropriate changes. • If air pressures will need to be changed often, use an electro-pneumatic regulator controlled by the machine's PLC. • A final safety valve should include a combination E-stop, quick exhaust, soft start, and a second lock-out/tag-out. • If shutdown redundancy per ISO 13849-1 is required, consider a Category 3 and Category 4 safety shut-off valve. • If the compressed air is lubricated, a re-classifier can be included to capture and contain the entrained oil rather than exhausting it to the work area.

Sustainability • Install an ALDS (Automatic Leak Detection System) that will cycle through the pneumatic system during downtime, measuring and recording any air leaks found at the component level. OR • Install flow meters and pressure switches at the air inlet to measure and record air usage. OR • At minimum, flow meters and pressure switches should be installed on start-up to document initial air usage. Those start-up numbers can be compared with later measurements of air usage to determine if machine efficiencies have degraded over time.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Jon Jensen, CFPPS, CFPECS, CFPAI, is the Energy Conservation Group manager for SMC Corp. of America, a past president of IFPS, and the chair of the Curriculum Committee for the Energy Efficient Hydraulics and Pneumatics Conference (now the Fluid Power Systems Conference). Prior to managing the Energy Conservation Group, Jon served for nearly 10 years as SMC’s North American training manager. He can be reached at jjensen@smcusa.com.

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the part is adsorbed and restore airflow if the vacuum pressure degrades »» Vacuum-saving valves to isolate a failed pad within a multi-pad application »» Minimal distance between the ejector and the end effector in order to reduce line volumes Any program designed to reduce compressed air consumption has to work at all levels. Training needs to address awareness and promote a cultural shift from “production at all costs” to “let’s reduce our production costs.” Existing machines

need to be evaluated and improved so that operating costs are kept in check. New machines need to be designed and specified with not only productivity goals, but also energy targets in mind. Total cost of ownership, sustainability, reliability, and productivity all need to be defined whenever machines are put into production. For more information: This article is an excerpt based on a presentation at the 2013 Fluid Power Systems Conference held in Rosemont, Ill., from November 19-21, 2013. Make plans to attend the next Fluid Power Systems Conference in Spring 2015!

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• Minimize the distance between the directional control valves and the actuators to reduce wasted air volume. • Use tamper-resistant flow control valves on the actuators. • Include residual pressure-release valves at select locations for manual relief of trapped air pressures. • If the flow-control valves need to be adjusted often, consider the use of electronically controlled proportional valves operated by the machine's controller. • If significant areas of the machine can operate at lower pressures, install regulators to reduce pressure to those areas. • If the machine will be subject to wash down, specify epoxy-coated or stainless steel components. • Any air blow should include an engineered nozzle, a pressure regulator set for optimum impact force, and a solenoid valve to shut off the air supply during idle time. • Blowguns, if included, should be of an efficient design and meet OSHA requirements. • Low-wattage coils (0.5 watts or less) should be employed on all solenoid valves. • If actuators require thrust in one direction only, investigate lowering pressure on the return stroke. Alternative speed/pressure control valves may need to be included. • If a machine failure might result in a cylinder causing tooling/product damage or operator injury, examine a fine-lock or end-lock option. • Always include a high-quality muffler on all air exhausts to minimize noise.

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More power. Less fuel. Scan the QR code, or visit www.dynavis.com to learn more.

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• FastFit® Weld Adaptors • Custom Tanks & Reservoirs • Piping Components for Industry Visit Our New Website! fluiddesignproducts.com sales@fluiddesignproducts.com

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H C & S C, Inc. Your One Stop Source for Hydraulic YOUR ONE STOP SOURCE Cylinders Specialty Components for Hydraulic& Cylinders & Specialty Components PO1778, Box 1778, Lawrenceville, GA GA P O Box Lawrenceville, Tel: 770-728-8518, Fax: 678-752-4243 Tel: 770-728-8518, Fax: 678-752-4243 www.hcscparts.com www.hcscparts.com 60

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Huade-USA sells industrial and mobile hydraulic equipment. We have a wide range of hydraulic components including: pumps, motors, pressure switches, HSTs, valves and power units. During the last 30 years Huade China had joint ventures and license agreements with one of the world’s top hydraulic manufacturers. Huade kept intact every standard of quality implemented during this time. All Huade quality control systems comply with the highest standards, including ISO9001, Six Sigma...

Huade-USA 1152 Marsh Street Valparaiso, IN 46385  219-548-2211 www.huade-usa.com  info@huade-usa.com

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Your source for PISTON ACCUMULATORS PRODUCT FEATURES: Pressures: 3,000 psi to 25,000 psi Capacities: 10 cu. in. to 200 gallon Bore Sizes: 2.0” to 20.0” Approvals: ASME, ABS, DNV, CE, BV, AS1210, CRN, etc. Materials: Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum

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“Control Reliable” Machine Guarding Safety Devices & Controls for Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Systems for OSHA & ANSI Compliance

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RYCO Hydraulics manufactures over 325 hoses, 4 distinct cover compounds with over 2500 different fitting connections and a wide range of adapters. We have a full range of protective coverings and state of the art crimp equipment and accessories. Let us show you how we can exceed your toughest hydraulic hose application requirements.

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ALA INDUSTRIES LIMITED Our customers are our priority.  Founded in 1993  Centrally located near Chicago, IL  Over 80 distributors in North & South

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Filtration, ManiFolds, ValVes & accessories 2400 Zinga Drive, Reedsburg, WI 53959 Phone (608) 524-4200 Fax (608) 524-4220

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ydra-Zorb Co. has been the leader in the strut mounted clamp market for over 40 years, offering a wide variety of solutions when shock, vibration and corrosion are a problem. As the originator of the cushion clamp assembly, Hydra-Zorb is the name to request in the fluid power, pneumatic, refrigeration and HVAC industries.

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HOW DID YOU CELEBRATE? All individuals who submitted pictures of their June 19th activities were entered into the American Express gift card contest. The following individuals were randomly selected by the IFPS to receive a $50 AMEX gift card:

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MATRIX INDEX SECTION A:

p. 78-91 Accumulators Actuators - Rotary Hydraulic Actuators - Rotary Pneumatic Actuators - Solenoid Adapters & Mounts - Pump, Motor, Etc. Aftercoolers Air Breathers Air Compressor Oils Air Logic Devices Air Operated Hydraulic Pumps Bladders Brakes - Hydraulic Brakes - Pneumatic Clamps - Hose, Tube & Pipe Clamps & Fittings Closures, Caps & Plugs Clutches - Pneumatic, Tension Control Compressors - Air Connectors - Electrical Contamination Control Controls - Two-hand, no-tie-down Coolers - Hydraulic Fluid Counters - Hyd., Pneumatic & Fluidics Couplings - Air Self Sealing Couplings - Flexible Shaft Couplings - Fluid Self Sealing Couplings - Quick Disconnect Couplings - Rotating, Swivel Crimping Machines Cutters - Carbide Indexable Port Contour Cylinder Accessories Cylinder Position Sensors Cylinders - Air Cylinders - Air/Oil Cylinders - Clamping Cylinders - Composite (Air & Hydraulic) Cylinders - Hydraulic Cylinders - Hydraulic (Custom) Cylinders - Locking Cylinders - Miniature Cylinders - Mill Cylinders - Pneumatic Cylinders - Rodless Data Acquisition Systems Die Lifters - Pneumatic Dryers - Air Electric Servomotors & Drives Electronic Controls Ethylene Propylene Fasteners - Metal, Theaded Nuts & Bolts Filter Carts - Portable Filter Regulator Lubricator (FRL) Filters - Hydraulic Filters - Exhaust Air Filters - Flanged Filters - Pneumatic Filtration Equipment Rentals Filtration Systems Fittings & Port-Hose Tube Fittings - Metric Hose Tube & Port

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p. 92-105 Fittings - Push-ins Flanges-Hydraulic Flanges - Threaded & Welded Flexible Metal Hose Fluoroelastomer Flowmeters - Variable Area Fluid Handling Equipment Fluid Level/Temp Switches (custom) Flushing, Oil Systems Framing - Structural, T-slot Gaskets & Materials Gauges - Flow Gauges - Fluid Level Gauges - Pressure Gauges - Temperature Gauges - Vacuum Gear Drives Grippers Heat Exchangers - Hydraulic Heat Exchangers - Hydraulic (Custom) Heaters - Hydraulic Fluid Heaters - Oil Heaters - Coolant High Performance Coatings Hose - Air Hose - Hydraulic Hose Clamps Hose Cleaning Machines Hose Cutting Machines Hydraulic Fluids Hydraulic Fluids - Fire Resistant Hydraulic Fluids - Environ. Friendly Hydraulic Fluids - Synthetic Hydraulic Linear Servo Actuators Hydraulic Motion Simulators Hydraulic Valve Components Intensifiers Interface Devices Joysticks & Joystick Controllers Iron Castings Leak Detection Lamps & Dyes Leak Detectors - Thermal Mass Leather Load Cells Lubricants Lubrication Devices - Automatic Lubrication Systems Maint. Equipment Mainfolds - Air Manifolds - Hydraulic Manifolds - Pump, Motor, etc. Metal Meters - Positive Displacement Mist Elimination Motors - Hydraulic Motors - Pneumatic Motors - Low Speed/High Torque Mufflers - Pneumatic Packings - Braided Packings - Cup

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p. 106-119 Packings - Diaphragm & Sheet Packings - Gasket Packings - Leather Packings - Metallic Packings - Synthetic Packings - U- Rings Packings - V-Rings Piston Rods Piston Rings - Non-Metallic Polyurethane Power Units & Systems Power Units - Hazardous Location Pressure Gauge Protectors - Snubbers Pressure Switches Pressure Transmitters PTFE (Teflon) Pump Adapters Pump Housings (Plastic) Pumps - Air Driven Pumps - Centrifugal Pumps - Diaphragm Pumps - Fixed Displacement Pumps - High Pressure Pumps - Hydraulic Hand Pumps - Hydraulic Heat Pumps - Metering Pumps - Reciprocating Pumps - Rotary Pumps - Rotary Positive Displacement Pumps - Vacuum Pumps - Variable Delivery Pumps - Variable Displacement Pumps - Vertical (Sump) Pumps - Water Recovery/Recycling Equipment Regulators - Air Regulators - Vacuum Repair, Reconditioning Reservoir Breathers Reservoirs & Accessories Sealing Compounds Seals - Mechanical Seals - O-Ring Seals - Oil Seals - Rubber Hydraulic Semiconductors Sensors Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Ultrasonic Fluid Level Shims Shock Absorbers, Dampers Sleeves - Boots Slides - Motion Control Slides - Pneumatic Software - Fluid Power Solenoid Valves - 2-Way/3-Way Elec. Oper. Strainers/Diffusers Switches

p. 120-133 Swivels - Power Swivels - Rotary Tachometers/Strobe Scopes Tank Vent Testing & Test Equipment Thread Protectors Training Test Stands/Educational Transducers Transmissions - Hydrodynamic Transmissions - Hydrostatic (HST) Transmitters Tube Cleaning Tube Fabricating Tubing - Aluminum Tubing - Copper Tubing - Markers Tubing - Plastic Tubing - Rubber Tubing - Stainless Steel Tubing - Steel Tubing - Steel Skived/Roller Burnished Tubing & Hose Turbines - Axial, Insertion, Tangential Vacuum Components Valve Panels Valves Air - Check Valves Air - Circuit Logic Control Valves Air - Deceleration Valves Air - Directional Valves Air - Flow Control Valves Air - Pilot Operated Valves Air - Quick Exhaust Dumping Valves Air - Relief Valves Air - Time Delay Valves - Ball Valves - Bleed Valves - Check Valves Hyd. - Air Bleed Valves Hyd. - Check Pilot Operated Valves Hyd. - Counterbalance Valves Hyd. - Deceleration Valves Hyd. - Directional Valves Hyd. - Flow Control Valves Hyd. - Flow Dividers Valves Hyd. - Mobile Valves Hyd. - Pilot Operated Valves Hyd. - Proportional Control Valves Hyd. - Plastic Diaphragm Valves Hyd. - Pressure Control Valves Hyd. - Pressure Reducing Valves Hyd. - Relief Unloading Valves Hyd. - Sequence Valves Hyd. - Servo Valves Hyd. - Shuttle Valves Hyd. - Variable Displacement, Explosion Proof Valves - Pneumatic Valves - Surge Damping Valves - Stop Valves - Water Vent, Closed

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Birmingham Hydraulics Inc. BJM Pumps Bondioli & Pavesi, Inc. Bosch Rexroth Corporation (Charlotte, NC) Brand Hydraulics Bray Controls, Div of Bray International Brennan Industries, Inc. Brevini USA Bucher Hydraulics, Inc. Buckeye Rubber & Packing Co. Burkert Fluid Control Systems BuyFittingsOnline.com C S Unitec Cameron Measurement Systems division Camozzi Pneumatics, Inc. Canimex, Inc. Carolina Fluid Components Castle Metals CAT PUMPS Catey Controls - A Womack Company CEJN Industrial Corporation Central Steel Certified Power, Inc. Circle Seal Controls Clinton Industries Clippard Instrument Lab., Inc. Coastal Hydraulics Inc. Coilhose Pneumatics Colonial Seal Company Comatrol Command Controls Corporation COMOSO, The Hose Authority Component Technology, A Div. Of Certified Power, Inc. Compri Technic Concentric Rockford Inc. Continental Hydraulics Control Enterprises, Inc. (C.E.I.) Control Line Equipment, Inc. Control Steel & Wire Company ControlAir, Inc. Controlled Motion Solutions, Inc. Controlotron Corporation Cooper Instruments & Systems Coronet Parts Manufacturing Co. Inc. Cotta Transmission CPV Manufacturing, Inc. Crest Rubber Co. Cross Manufacturing Inc. CRS Service, Inc. Cunningham Fluid Power Inc. Custom Control Sensors Inc. Custom Hydraulics, Inc. Cyber-Tech Inc. Dakota Fluid Power Dalton Electric Heating Co., Inc. Daman Products Co. Inc. Danfoss Power Solutions Danz Tech Corporation Datum-A-Industries, Inc. Dees Fluid Power Del Equipment Limited DEL Hydraulics, Inc. Delaware Manufacturing Industries Corporation Delta Computer Systems, Inc. Deltrol Fluid Products Des-Case Corporation De-Sta-Co Industries Devcon Dichtomatik Americas Differential Pressure Plus, Inc. Ditch Witch Dixon Valve and Coupling Company DLH Fluid Power Inc. DMIC Doering Company domnick hunter inc. Donaldson Company Inc., Industrial Hydraulics Dresser Instrument DTS Fluid Power, LLC Duplomatic Hydraulics Dura-Bar Durex Industries Dwyer Instruments, Inc. Dynamic Fluid Components, Inc. Dynex/Rivett Inc. EAO Corporation Eaton Corporation Eaton Hydraulics Echo Engineering and Production Supplies, Inc. Eldon James Corporation Elect Air Elite Manifolds

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EMMEGI Heat Exchangers, Inc. Endress & Hauser, Inc. Enfield Technologies Engineered Sales Inc. Engineered Specialty Products, Inc. Engineering Technology Services Entran Devices, Inc. Entwistle Co., Kenett Hyd. Distribution Div. Eskridge, Inc. EVCO Sealing Systems Evonik Oil Additives EXAIR Corporation ExpresSeal Fabco-Air, Inc. Fairchild Industrial Products Company Fairview Fittings & Manufacturing Inc. Falk Corporation Ferry Inc. Festo Corporation FHI-Steffen, Inc. Filtration Products Corp. FLANGES LLC Flexicraft Industries Flextral Flint Hydraulics, Inc. Flint Hydrostatics, Inc. Flo Draulic Group Flow Technology Flowmetrics, Inc. Fluid Design Products, Inc. Fluid Energy Controls Fluid Line Products Inc. Fluid Motion Sales, Inc. Fluid Power Associates, Inc. Fluid Power Connectors, LLC Fluid Power Inc. Fluid Power Products Fluid Power Sealing Fluid Press/ALA Industries Limited Fluid Systems Partners US, Inc. Fluid Tech, LLC Fluidtechnik USA, Inc. FluiDyne Fluid Power Force America Foster Manufacturing Co., Inc. Franklin Electrofluid Co. Inc. Freelin-Wade Freudenberg-NOK Sealing Technologies Simrit FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. Galland Henning Nopak, Inc. Galtech Canada inc. Garlock Sealing Technologies Gates Corporation Gear Products Inc. Geartek Gems Sensors Inc. Gezon Industrial Surplus Global Servo Hydraulics, Inc. Go Regulator Goodway Technologies Corp. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Graphite Metallizing Corp. Greenco Corp. Greene, Tweed GS Global Resources GS-Hydro U.S. Inc. H C & S C Inc. Hach Company Hagglunds Drives Inc. Hannay Reels, Inc. Hannon Hydraulics Harrison Hose & Tubing Inc. Harrison Hydraulic Solutions Hartford Technologies, Inc. Hartman Controls, Inc. Harvard Corporation HAWE Hydraulics Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions, Inc. Heavy Motions Inc. Heco Gear HED Hedland Flow Meters Helicoid Instruments Div. of Bristol Babcock Helium Leak Testing, Inc. Hercules Hydraulics Hercules Sealing Products High Country Tek, Inc. High Pressure Equipment Company Hirschmann Automation and Control Hi-Tech Hose, Inc. HKX - Hydraulic Kits for Excavators HL Hydraulic, Inc.

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HMF Innovations, Inc. Hoffer Flow Controls Honeywell Sensing and Control Honeywell Sensotec Honor Pumps U.S.A. Houghton International Inc. Houston Hydraulic Huade-USA Huey Fluids Inc. Humphrey Automation HUSCO International HYDAC Technology Corporation Hydracheck inc. Hydra Dynamic Systems Inc. Hydradyne Hydraulics HydraForce, Inc. Hydramation, Inc. Hydra-Power Systems Inc. Hydraquip Corporation Hydraulic Component Services, Inc. Hydraulic Repair Estimator - Estimator4U.com Hydraulic Parts Source Hydraulic Solutions Inc. Hydraulic Specialty Inc. Hydraulic Supply Company Hydraulic Warehouse Inc. Hydraulics International, Inc. Hydro Air Dees Hydro Air Hughes - Clarence, NY Hydro Air Hughes - North Haven, CT Hydromotion, Inc. Hydronic Corporation Hydrotech, Inc. HyPower Hydraulics Hy-Pro Filtration HYVAIR Corp IC Fluid Power, Inc. IHD, Incorporated IMI Norgren Inc. Industrial Servo Hydraulics, Inc. Industrial Specialties Mfg. Innotek Corporation Innovative Hydraulic Designs, Inc. Inserta Products Integrated Hydraulic Technologies, Inc. Integrated Hydraulics, Inc. Interface Devices, Inc. Interface Solutions, Inc. International fpa Internormen Technology Inc. InterTech Development Company ITT Industries ITW Devcon ITW Vortec J.D. Jones & Co. (P) Ltd. J.E. Myles, Inc. J.M. Grimstad Inc. J.R. Merritt Controls, Inc. J.W.F. Technologies Janatics USA, Inc. JARP Industries JEM Technical JLM Systems Limited John Guest USA, Inc. Karlsson/USA Kawasaki Precision Machinery (U.S.A.), Inc. Kaydon Custom Filtration Corp. Keller America Inc. Kent Fluid Power Kentak Products Company Key Instruments Kim Hotstart Mfg. Knotts Co., Inc., The Kobold Instruments Inc. Kocsis Technologies, Inc. Kracht Corp. Kraft Fluid Systems KTI Hydraulics, Inc. Kuriyama of America Inc. Kurt Hydraulics Kurz Instruments, Inc. KV Pneumatics Inc. KYB Americas Corporation LDI Industries, Inc. Legris Inc. Lehigh Fluid Power Lenz Americas Lenz Inc. Lexair. Inc. Lillbacka USA, Inc. Lincoln Lubrication Systems Liquid Controls

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Company Fairchild Industrial Products Co. Fairey Arlon Inc. Fairview Fittings & Manufacturing Inc. Falk Corporation Faster, Inc. FasTest, Inc. Feroy Company, Inc. Ferry Inc. Festo Corporation FHI-Steffen, Inc. Finn-Power Flender Corporation Flextral Flint Hydraulics, Inc. Flo Draulic Group Flodyne Controls, Inc. Flow Technology Flowmetrics, Inc. Flow-Tek, Inc. A Subsidiary of Bray Intâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;l. Fluid Design Products, Inc. Fluid Energy Controls Fluid Press/ALA Industries Limited Fluid Line Products Inc. Fluid Motion Sales, Inc. Fluid Power Associates, Inc. Fluid Power Connectors, LLC Fluid Power Products Fluid Systems Partners US, Inc. Fluid Tech, LLC Fluid Technologies, Inc. Fluidtechnik USA, Inc. FluiDyne Fluid Power Force America Franklin Electrofluid Co. Inc. Freelin-Wade FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. Galland Henning Nopak, Inc. Galtech Canada inc. Gast Mfg. Inc., A Unit of IDEX Corp. GeFran Gems Sensors Inc. Global Servo Hydraulics Inc. Goodway Technologies Corp. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Granzow Inc. GS Global Resources H C & S C Inc. Hach Company Hannon Hydraulics Harrison Hose & Tubing Inc. Harrison Hydraulic Solutions Hartman Controls, Inc. Harvard Corporation Haskel International, Inc. Hauhinco HAWE Hydraulics HBControls Inc. Heavy Motions Inc. Heinrichs USA LLC Helium Leak Testing, Inc. Hercules Hydraulics Hercules Sealing Products Herion USA, Inc. Heypac Inc. High Pressure Equipment Company Hi-Tech Hose, Inc. Hi-Tech Instrument Corp. (HTI) HKX - Hydraulic Kits for Excavators HL Hydraulic, Inc. HMF Innovations, Inc. Hoerbiger Origa Hoffer Flow Controls Holmbury, Inc. Honeywell Sensotec Houston Hydraulic Huade-USA Hudson Extrusions, Inc. Humphrey Automation Humphrey Products HUSCO International HYDAC Technology Corporation Hydracheck inc. Hydra Dynamic Systems Inc. Hydradyne Hydraulics HydraForce, Inc. Hydramation, Inc. Hydra-Power Systems Inc. Hydraquip Corporation Hydraulic Component Services, Inc. Hydraulic Repair Estimator - Estimator4U.com Hydraulic Parts Source Hydraulic Solutions Inc.

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Company Hydraulic Specialty Inc. Hydraulic Supply Company Hydraulic Warehouse Inc. Hydraulics International, Inc. Hydro Air Dees Hydro Air Hughes - Clarence, NY Hydro Air Hughes - North Haven, CT Hydrocontrol Inc. Hydromotion, Inc. Hydrotech, Inc. Hy-Pro Filtration HYVAIR Corp IBR (Inter Basic Resources) IC Fluid Power, Inc. IHD, Incorporated IMI Norgren Inc. Industrial Hydraulic Services Industrial Servo Hydraulics, Inc. Industrial Specialties Mfg. Innovative Hydraulic Designs, Inc. Inserta Products, Inc. Integrated Hydraulic Technologies, Inc. Integrated Hydraulics, Inc. IntelliSchematic Interface Devices, Inc. International fpa Internormen Technology GmbH InterTech Development Co. Inventive Resources, Inc. IQ Valves ITT Industries ITW Devcon J.E. Myles, Inc. J.M. Grimstad Inc. J.W.F. Technologies Janatics USA, Inc. JARP Industries JEM Technical JH Technology Inc. JLM Systems Limited John Guest USA, Inc. Kavlico Corporation Kawasaki Precision Machinery (U.S.A.) Inc. Keller America Inc. Kent Fluid Power Kentak Products Company Kepner Products Company Key Instruments Knotts Co., Inc., The Kobold Instruments Kracht Corp. Kraft Fluid Systems KTI Hydraulics, Inc. KTR Corporation Kuriyama of America Inc. Kurt Hydraulics KV Pneumatics Inc. KYB Americas Corporation LDI Industries, Inc. Lee Industries, Inc. Lee Linear Legend Valve & Fitting, Inc. Legris, Inc. Lehigh Fluid Power Lenz Inc. Lexair Inc. Lincoln Industrial Corporation Liquid Controls, LLC Livingston & Haven LTV Copperweld Lynch Fluid Controls Inc. M & M Rogness Macâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Hose & Hydraulics Machinery Service and Design Macro Sensors Madison Company Magnatrol Valve Corp. Magnetrol International, Inc. Marken Mfg. Marmon/Keystone LLC Marsh Bellofram Master Pneumatic-Detroit, Inc. Maxbar, Inc. Maxpro Technologies, Inc. Mead Fluid Dynamics, Inc. Metal-Matic, Inc. Metro Machine & Engineering MICO, Inc. Micro-Mini Hydraulics Midland - ACS North America Midland Metal Mfg. Miller Fluid Power

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Company Milwaukee Cylinder Milwaukee School of Engineering Minnesota Rubber and Plastics Miratron MKS Instruments, Inc. M.M. Newman Corporation Mobile Hose & Hydraulic Supply Mocap Inc. Monarch Hydraulics, Inc. Monnier, Inc. Moog Morris Co., S. G. (Cleveland, OH) Morris Co., S. G. (Toledo, OH) Motion Industries Motion Industries-Tampa, FL Hose Shop MRM Incorporated MTE Hydraulics, Inc. MTS Systems Corp. Muncie Power Products, Inc. Murrelektronik Inc. Myron L. Company Nachi America Nass Controls National Technical Systems NC Servo Technology Nelson-Dunn Inc. Neptune Chemical Pump Co., Inc. NewAge Industries Inc. Niagara Caps & Plugs Norgren Norman Equipment Company North American Hydraulics, NAHI LLC North Coast Seal, Inc. North Lake Steel Corporation Northwest Swiss-Matic, Inc. Noshok, Inc. Nott Company Novotechnik US Inc. Nutron Motor Co., Inc. Nycoil Company OCV Control Valves Oilgear Oil-Rite Corporation Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Keefe Controls Co. Omega Engineering, Inc. Omnex Control Systems, Inc. Ono Sokki Technology, Inc. Open Loop Energy, Inc. Pabco Fluid Power Co. Pace Mfg. Inc. Pall Corp. Palmer Wahl Panagon Systems, Inc. Parker Hannifin Parker Hannifin Corp. - Automation Group Parker Hannifin Corp. - Fluid Controls Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Hydraulic Filter Div. Parker Hannifin Corp. - Hydraulic Valve Div. Parker Hannifin Corp. - Quick Coupling Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Seal Group Parker Hannifin Corp. - Snap-Tite Quick Disconnects PCB Piezotronics, Inc. Peter Paul Electronics Co., Inc. Piab Pierce Sales Pinnacle Systems, Inc. Pirtek, Fluid Transfer Solutions Pisco USA, Inc. Plastic Extruded Parts, Inc. Plymouth Tube Co. Pneuline Supply, Inc. Pneumadyne Inc. Pneumatics, Hydraulics, & Abrasives (PHA, Inc.) Poclain Hydraulics, Inc. Polygon Co. Positech Corporation Power Systems Power Valve USA P-Q Controls Precision Filtration Products Precision Industries Precision Instrument Company Pressroom Electronics Pressure Components, Inc. Pressure Systems, Inc. PRIME Measurement Products, LLC Prince Mfg. Corp. Progress Casting Proportion-Air, Inc. PSI-Tronix Technologies, Inc. Pulsafeeder, INC. Puregas

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