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DUAL-LANE TRAILER with Integrated Folding Mechanism

Minimizing VACUUM LEAKAGE

A MIGHTY WIND FROM A TINY SOURCE: Small Compressor Provides Big Opportunities

20 HOW DID YOU CELEBRATE? 2015 Fluid Power Professionals' Day

28 MACHINE TROUBLESHOOTING– A Vital But Shrinking Industry Skill

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128 Manufacturing Q&A

DEPARTMENTS

4 NOTABLE WORDS

6 IFPS UPDATES

16 FPEF UPDATES

27 INDUSTRY NEWS

32 DIRECTORY LISTING

57 PRODUCT REVIEW

62 PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

66 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

67 DIRECTORY MATRIX

124 NFPA UPDATES 132 AIR TEASER

COMPRESSED AIR Dryer Efficiency

134 CLASSIFIEDS

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Notable Words

PUBLISHER

“Those Who Can, Do. Those Who Can Do More, Volunteer.” When I was asked to write the Notable Words column for this issue of the Journal, I sat awhile trying to determine on which subject I should write. That lead me to reflect on the 12 years I have been working with IFPS and how grateful I am, not just for the career opportunity, but also for the people I’ve met along the way—people I’ve worked with on a daily basis and people I’ve met just once. I wrote the following in April in honor of Volunteer Recognition Month, and I would like to share it here:

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For anyone who has volunteered to make IFPS the wonderful organization it is today, Thank You! A wise person once said: “Those who can, do. Those who can do more, volunteer.” And for those of you, I write… I know that for you, volunteering is an “add on” to the many other things that you do, including your career, your family, other service opportunities, and your social life. I appreciate that you are always willing to help me whenever I call. I sincerely hope that I’ve always expressed how valuable your time and input have been to me. Thank you for taking my calls, talking me back from ledges, and helping me brainstorm solutions. Thank you for taking the time to govern our organization professionally. Thank you for understanding that on any given day, I am juggling a multitude of things – projects, staff, facility issues, other board members, membership and certification issues, and whatever is going on in my personal life. Thank you for bringing your passion, intellect, insight, experience, and resources to the table. Thank you for teaching me, counseling me, and

Donna Pollander (middle) with Marti Wendel, CFPE, CFPS, CFPCC, 2015 IFPS president, and Robert Kraft, 2007 IFPS president

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INNOVATIVE DESIGNS & PUBLISHING, INC. 3245 Freemansburg Avenue, Palmer, PA 18045-7118 Tel: 800-730-5904 or 610-923-0380 Fax: 610-923-0390 • Email: AskUs@ifps.org www.FluidPowerJournal.com Founders: Paul and Lisa Prass Associate Publisher: Marc Mitchell Editor: Kristine Coblitz Technical Editor: Dan Helgerson, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPSD, CFPMT, CFPCC - CFPSOS LLC 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 2015 BOARD OF DIRECTORS President & Chairperson Marti Wendel, CFPE, CFPS, CFPCC - Curtiss-Wright Sprague Products Immediate Past President Tom Blansett, CFPAI, CFPS, CFPIHT, CFPCC - Behco-MRM, Inc. First Vice President Rance Herren, CFPSD, CFPECS, CFPMT, CFPAI - National Oilwell Varco Vice President Education D. Dean Houdeshell, PE, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPE, CFPS, CFPIHT, CFPMHT, CFPMHM - Danfoss Treasurer Jose Garcia, CFPHS - Purdue University Vice President Membership & Chapter Support Richard Bullers, CFPPS - SMC Corp. of America Vice President Certification Timothy White, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPMIH, CFPMMH, CFPMIP, CFPMT, CFPMM - The Boeing Company Vice President Marketing & Public Relations Justin Sergeant, CFPS, CFPMHM - Seven Stars Industries Vice President Educational Foundation Patrick Maluso, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPS, CFPMHM - Western Hydrostatics, Inc. DIRECTORS-AT-LARGE Kenneth Dulinski, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPECS, CFPHS, CFPMIH, CFPMMH Macomb Community College Frank Fetty, CFPMHM - JH Fletcher & Company Scott Sardina, PE, CFPHS - The Oilgear Company Scott Gower, CFPS - Gulf Controls Co., Inc. Jeffrey Hodges, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPMHM - Altec Industries, Inc. Bill Jordan, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPMHM, CFPMHT - Altec Industries, Inc. John Juhasz, CFPECS, CFPS - Kraft Fluid Systems, Inc. Jeff Kenney, CFPIHM, CFPMHM, CFPMHT - Coastal Hydraulics, Inc. Scott Nagro, CFPS - HydraForce, Inc. Sam Kaye, CFPS, CFPMT, CFPMM, CFPMIH, CFPMMH, CFPMIP - Ensign Drilling Rocky Phoenix, CFPMHT, CFPMHM - Open Loop Energy, Inc. HONORARY DIRECTORS 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 Business Development Manager: Jeffrey Morrow Assistant Director: Jeana Hoffman Membership Coordinator: Sue Dyson Certification Coordinator: Susan Apostle 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, Off-Highway Suppliers Directory,Tech Directory, and Manufacturers Directory, by Innovative Designs & Publishing, Inc., 3245 Freemansburg Avenue, Palmer, PA 180457118. 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 safety of unsolicited art, photographs or manuscripts.


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holding me accountable. Thank you for giving me the tools to serve our members and to lead our organization in a way that positively impacts the fluid power industry. Thank you for always backing me up, for developing practical policies and procedures, and for sticking to them; it makes my job and the staff’s job infinitely easier! A special thank you to a special few – and you know who you are - who individually and collectively have impacted my life in ways I cannot express. To each of you, and to the dozens of other volunteers with whom I have had the privilege to serve, thank you. Thank you for your service, your loyalty, your integrity, your leadership, and your guidance. Thank you for understanding that for me, next to my family, my job as IFPS executive director is my life, my passion, and what I consider to be my fifth child. It is my privilege and my honor to be at the helm of this organization. I am the leader I am today, and the Society is what it is today, because of the support and guidance you have given. Because of all the wonderful people who have volunteered throughout the years, the future is bright for the IFPS. We are always looking for ways to improve the organization, and I encourage anyone who might be considering the opportunity to get involved to do so. Perhaps you are a future leader of IFPS!

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IFPS Updates

IFPS 2015 Annual Meeting September 22-25, 2015 Omni William Penn, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 Visit www.ifps.org to register Join the IFPS from September 22-25 for the 2015 Annual Meeting at the Omni William Penn in Pittsburgh, Pa. The Annual Meeting is a great way to network with professionals in the fluid power and motion control industry. In addition to committee and board meetings, optional tours are planned throughout the week, as well as a technical workshop on Monday, September 21. Participation in this workshop contributes towards re-accreditation requirements.

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OPTIONAL TOURS

ƒƒ The Duquesne Incline - A pictorial history of Pittsburgh’s industry, inclines, sports venues, and natural disasters ƒƒ Trivia Night at The Park House - Test your knowledge with local trivia at this historic tavern. ƒƒ Industrial Scientific - A behind-the-scenes look at the corporate headquarters of Industrial Scientific, a leading provider of gas detection as a service and portable gas detectors ƒƒ Andy's Wine Bar - Celebrate the legacy of Pittsburgh jazz FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2015

FPEF’s Art for Industry Gala Time: 6:00 p.m – 9:00 p.m Cost: $100 evening session The Fluid Power Educational Foundation, in conjunction with the Community College of Allegheny County, will present an artwork showcase highlighting “Art for Industry” at the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden. Food, drinks, and silent auction items will also be on-hand.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Monday September 21 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Technical Workshop Tuesday September 22 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Strategic Planning Committee Meeting 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Education Committee Meeting 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Lunch (on own)

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12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Membership Committee Meeting 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. The Duquesne Incline and Tour ($10)* 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Welcome Reception 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Trivia at The Park House Tavern Wednesday September 23 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Certification Committee Meeting

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HOTEL RESERVATIONS

A discounted hotel rate of $150 + tax/night has been secured for all attendees. In order to take advantage of the discounted rate, hotel reservations must be made by August 21, 2015. Reservations can be made online or by calling the Omni William Penn at 412-281-7100. (Mention group name – International Fluid Power Society – to secure the group discount.) The hotel is approximately 30 minutes from the Pittsburgh International Airport. TECHNICAL WORKSHOP

“Designing A Machine From the Ground Up” Monday, September 21, 2015 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Registration: $150.00 (lunch included) Presented by Ernie Parker, CFPAI, Hennepin Technical College, Eden Prairie This workshop will prove to be entertaining and educational as it covers the steps to design two different machines from the ground up. Forces, torques, speeds, flows, power steering, and pressures needed to start and size both a front-end loader and go-cart that uses an accumulator for acceleration will be discussed. Participants should bring an inexpensive calculator (such as a $10 TI-30XA). Don’t fear the trigonometry, as this session will break it down to basics! A booklet containing the formulas for future designs will be provided as a take-away.

2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Industrial - Scientific Tour ($20)* 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Andy's Wine Bar (live jazz)* Thursday September 24 8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Educational Foundation Meeting 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Hosted Lunch 12:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Marketing Committee Meeting 2:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Finance Committee Meeting

6:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Annual Dinner Friday September 25 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Board of Directors Meeting 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Strategic Planning Committee Follow Up 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Job Performance Testing 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Art for Industry Fundraising Gala

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IFPS Updates

AVAILABLE IFPS CERTIFICATIONS CFPAI Certified Fluid Power Accredited Instructor

IFPS web Seminars

CFPAJPP Certified Fluid Power Authorized Job Performance Proctor CFPAJPPCC Certified Fluid Power Authorized Job Performance Proctor Connector & Conductor CFPE Certified Fluid Power Engineer CFPS Certified Fluid Power Specialist (Must Obtain CFPHS, CFPPS) CFPHS Certified Fluid Power Hydraulic Specialist CFPPS Certified Fluid Power Pneumatic Specialist

Visit www.ifps.org to register or call 800-308-6005. IFPS Members: FREE Non-members: $40.00 “PROPORTIONAL VALVE AMPLIFIERS - SETUP, TUNING, AND TROUBLESHOOTING”

August 13, 2015 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST Presented by: Ken Dulinski, CFPAI, Macomb Community College Basic operation of a proportional valve amplifier with LVDT feedback will be covered in this web presentation. Starting with the block diagram of an amplifier, proper wiring methods will be discussed, followed by a step-by-step tuning procedure for maximum valve performance. Finally, the seminar will cover troubleshooting the amplifier using the builtin light indicators and a voltmeter to localize various common problems.

CFPMT Certified Fluid Power Master Technician (Must Obtain CFPIHT, CFPMHT, & CFPPT) 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)

WANTED: WEB SEMINAR TOPICS If your company has educational web seminars on cutting-edge or trending technologies, please e-mail your information to askus@ifps.org (no infomercials please!).

CFPIHM Certified Fluid Power Industrial Hydraulic Mechanic CFPMHM Certified Fluid Power Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic CFPPM Certified Fluid Power Pneumatic Mechanic

CLASSES FOR HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATION REVIEW TRAINING NOW FORMING Completing an IFPS Specialist Review Session is easy with the Live-Distance Learning collaboration. An IFPS Accredited Instructor will engage participants in a live online experience with all the energy and expertise of traditional classroom training conducted from the comfort of your own location. There is no travel or lost work time. IFPS Live-Distance Learning takes place in a state-of-the-art training facility located at CFC Industrial Training for three (3) weeks equating twenty (20) hours. Online delivery is offered during the evening hours and is accessed from your own computer with Internet access. Registration information can be found by visiting www.ifps.org or by calling IFPS headquarters at 800-308-6005. Registration deadline is October 1, 2015. HYDRAULIC SPECIALIST

PNEUMATIC SPECIALIST

Tuesday and Thursday Oct. 6, 8, 13, 15: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. EST Oct. 20, 22: 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. EST

Monday and Wednesday Oct. 5, 7, 12, 14: 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. EST Oct. 19, 21: 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. EST

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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) CFPCC Certified Fluid Power Connector & Conductor CFPSD Fluid Power System Designer CFPMEC (In Development) Mobile Electronic Controls CFPIEC (In Development) Industrial Electronic Controls


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IFPS Updates

IFPS Chapter 1 Golf Outing IFPS Chapter 1 – Detroit held its annual golf outing June 11, 2015 at the Northville Hills Golf Club, Northville, Mich. A record 132 golfers participated, and the low net score was 11 under par!

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Left to Right: 1. Gordie Morgan, Flodraulic Group; Keith Johnson, ISD; Steve Meek, Inspec Inc. 2. Todd Bowles, Flodraulic Group; Christie Drabicki and Scott Myhre, Nachi Robotics 3. Keith Johnson, ISD; Ralph Hatt, Flodraulic Group

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IFPS NEWLY CERTIFIED PROFESSIONALS Jeff Adkins, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Carl Foster, CC Pirtek Metro Detroit

Joshua Karr, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Ronald Moore, MHM City of Spokane

Brad Saxsma, PS Bimba Manufacturing Company

Don Agopsowicz, MHM City of Spokane

Ryan Francisco, S, PS Western Hydrostatics, Inc.

Craig Kelly, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

Don Neely, IHM Bonneville Power Administration

Karl Schamberger, IHM Gestamp Mason

Timothy Annuschat, PM Gestamp Mason

Tim Grable, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Sean Kernan, HS National Oilwell Varco

Pascaline Ngwana, S, PS

Gary Schrank, HS

Carter Bailey, IHM Gestamp Mason

Evan Hamlin, MHM Inland Power & Light

Jason Kissner, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

Mike Nield, MHM Avista Utilities

Jeremy Staggs, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Caylob Baldwin, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Wayne Harkleroad, MHM Bonneville Power Administration

Kaid Knox, MHM

Kenneth Ogren, CC The Boeing Company

Zachary Statler, PT, IHM Mondi Jackson Inc.

Jason Barocio, CC Pirtek Metro Detroit

David Harrison, CC The Boeing Company

Frederic Landry, CC The Boeing Company

Robert Olheiser, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

Kevin Stutzman, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

Will Biberdorf, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

Nagabharana Heggadde, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

Robert Lane, IHM Gestamp Mason

Brad Olson, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

Jason Thuringer, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

Preston Blaine, HS MICO, Inc.

Chase Herbert, HS Aberdeen Dynamics

Daniel Libby, CC The Boeing Company

Damian O’Quinn, HS Hydradyne LLC

Duane Torgerson, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

Joshua Boyd, PM Gestamp Mason

Timothy Hochstetler, MHM Nebraska Public Power District

Samuel McClellan, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Jon Ott, IHM Gestamp Mason

Brandon Trahan, MM, PM Western Hydrostatics, Inc.

Steven Burmeistere, CC Pirtek Metro Detroit

Donald Hoerr, PS Self Employeed

Justin McDaniel, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Felix Paul, MHM Avista Utilities

Ryan Van Scoy, CC Pirtek Plymouth

Brad Chenoweth II, IHT Engineered Sales, Inc.

Austin Hurst, MHM Altec Industries, Inc.

Pelham McNeese, HS Complete Industrial Solutions

Steven Phillips, CC The Boeing Company

Martin Van Slagren, CC The Boeing Company

Tanner Cirks, HS Minnesota West Community & Technical College

Anantkumar Jain, HS Valin Corporation

Ronald Miller, Jr, IHM Gestamp Mason

Jay Prins, PS Bimba Manufacturing Company

Mitchell Walsh, PS

Jason Mitchell, CC Pirtek Metro Detroit

Zachary Ramirez, PM Gestamp Mason

Scott Mohr, MHM Terex Utilities, Inc.

William Romero, CC Pirtek Metro Detroit

William Coomer, PM Gestamp Mason

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David Jarvis, CC Pirtek Metro Detroit Michael Johnson, MHM Pirtek USA

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IFPS Updates

IFPS Calendar MEETINGS IFPS 2015 Annual Meeting • September 22-26 Job Performance Test • Saturday, September 26 Omni William Penn Hotel • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

IFPS 2016 Spring Meeting • February 29 - March 4 2016 Embassy Suites Downtown San Diego, California

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CERTIFICATION REVIEW TRAINING Review-training options offered through and taught by third-party IFPS Accredited Instructors vary in hours. You’ll learn how to ƒƒ use the math required for testing, ƒƒ analyze and design systems, ƒƒ select components, and ƒƒ prepare and properly take certification tests. The written certification test can be taken at any IFPS testing location (additional test fees will apply). If you are an IFPS Accredited Instructor and would like to list your training or open test events, please e-mail info@ifps.org.

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HYDRAULIC SPECIALIST (HS)

Online self-paced Hydraulic Specialist certification review training courses, offered through CFC Industrial Training, Inc., include all seven chapters (8.5 hours) and every outcome in preparation for the Hydraulic Specialist test (members receive 20% off with coupon code*). Online Live-Distance Learning - October 2015 dates available. Review and testing offered through NTT Training Virginia Beach, VA Review: September 22-24, 2015 Job Performance and written tests: September 25, 2015 E-mail: bwilson@nttinc.com

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Review and testing offered through CFC Industrial Training, Inc. Fairfield, OH Review: October 19-21, 2015 Written test: October 21, 2015 E-mail: register@cfc-solar.com Review and testing offered through Eaton Hydraulics Training Services Eden Prairie, MN Review: November 10-12, 2015 Written test: November 13, 2015 E-mail: hydraulicstraining@ eaton.com PNEUMATIC SPECIALIST (PS)

The online Pneumatic Specialist certification reviewtraining course, offered through CFC Industrial Training, Inc., includes all six chapters (8.5 hours) and every outcome in preparation for the Pneumatic Specialist test (members receive 20% off with coupon code*). CONNECTOR & CONDUCTOR (CC)

Virginia Beach, VA Review: December 15-16, 2015 Job Performance and written tests: December 17, 2015 E-mail: bwilson@nttinc.com INDUSTRIAL HYDRAULIC MECHANIC (IHM)

Review and testing offered through NTT Training

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Virginia Beach, VA Review: October 6-8, 2015 Job Performance and written tests: October 9, 2015 E-mail: bwilson@nttinc.com MOBILE HYDRAULIC MECHANIC (MHM)

The online Mobile Hydraulic certification review course (for written test), offered through CFC Industrial Training, Inc., includes all chapters of the MHM Study Manual (6.5 hours) and every outcome in preparation for the written MHM test (members receive 20% with coupon code*). Review and testing offered through NTT Training Henderson, NV Review: September 22-24, 2015 Job Performance and written tests: September 25, 2015 E-mail: bwilson@nttinc.com Houston, TX Review: November 3-5, 2015 Job Performance and written tests: November 6, 2015 E-mail: bwilson@nttinc.com INDUSTRIAL HYDRAULIC TECHNICIAN (IHT)

Review and testing offered through NTT Training Virginia Beach, VA Review: October 6-8, 2015 Job Performance and written tests: October 9, 2015 E-mail: bwilson@nttinc.com

MOBILE HYDRAULIC TECHNICIAN (MHT)

Review and testing offered through NTT Training Henderson, NV Review: September 22-24, 2015 Job Performance and written tests: September 25, 2015 E-mail: bwilson@nttinc.com Houston, TX Review: November 3-5, 2015 Job Performance and written tests: November 6, 2015 E-mail: bwilson@nttinc.com JOB PERFORMANCE ONLINE REVIEW

The online Job Performance Review course, offered through CFC Industrial Training, includes stations 1-6 of the IFPS Mechanic and Technician Job Performance Tests (members receive 20% off with coupon code* for the entire Job Performance review; test not included). Live-Distance Learning Job Performance Station Reviews. E-mail regiseter@cfc-solar.com for information. * Coupon code can be accessed by emailing info@ifps.org or in the “Members Only” area of www.ifps.org.


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IFPS Updates

IFPS Certification Testing Locations ALABAMA

COLORADO

IDAHO

KENTUCKY

Auburn University, AL Birmingham, AL Decatur, AL Huntsville, AL Jacksonville, AL Mobile, AL Montgomery, AL Normal, AL Tuscaloossa, AL

Aurora, CO Boulder, CO Centennial, CO Colorado Springs, CO Denver, CO Durango, CO Ft. Collins, CO Greeley, CO Lakewood, CO Littleton, CO Pueblo, CO

Boise, ID Coeur d ‘Alene, ID Idaho Falls, ID Lewiston, ID Moscow, ID Nampa, ID Rexburg, ID Twin Falls, ID

Bowling Green, KY Covington, KY Highland Heights, KY Louisville, KY Morehead, KY

ILLINOIS

Bossier City, LA Lafayette, LA Monroe, LA Natchitoches, LA New Orleans, LA Thibodaux, LA

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Due to its low tare weight, the SCHEUERLE Highway Giant Dual-Lane Trailer has been approved for use in most U.S. states and was developed as a flexible vehicle concept for the North American market. The design not only accommodates the variable vehicle widths (16’, 18’, 20’ / 4.8 m, 5.4 m, 6 m), but there is also the possibility of safely widening the vehicle under load. Adapting to meet

the different regulations in the states to be crossed can therefore be easily and economically made with just one vehicle. Thanks to the folding technology, the trailer can also be inexpensively transported over long distances when folded up, regardless of “delivery to” or “returning from” a transport assignment. To achieve an optimum payload/tare weight ratio, the chassis is manufactured using stable, lightweight construction. As a connection to the towing vehicle, a gooseneck or drawbar can be used while equipment, such as spacers or deck, can easily be fitted. The centerpiece of the Highway Giant features pendulum axle technology. The hydraulic cylinders in the pendulum axles have large displacement volume, thus facilitating driving under or picking up loads. The pendulum axle mounting guarantees, in connection with the precise and smoothly operating steering system, easy maneuvering even when negotiating tight bends. On request, the Highway Giant is available as a PowerBooster (PB); with this version, an additional aggregate provides extra thrust when driving and allows the use as a self-propelled vehicle without a tractor. Thus, under certain circumstances, a second tractor is not required during the transport assignment, and the cargo can be shunted into position at the final destination even in confined spaces. The first vehicle was successfully delivered to Sterett Crane & Rigging in Owensboro, Ky.

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hank you to all who celebrated June 19th – Fluid Power Professionals’ Day. The IFPS received emails from professionals in the industry sharing how they enjoyed the day. Congratulations to IFPS members James Ade, CFPE, CFPS, Hydraulic Supply Company; Thomas Patterson, CFPSD, CFPS, HydraPower Systems, Inc.; and Timothy Niemiec, CFPPS, Kaman Industrial Technologies. These three members were randomly selected to receive an IFPS promotion package including a one-year free membership in honor of the day!

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: 1. Ursula Keck, Curtiss-Wright Sprague Products 2. Dean Houdeshell, PE, CFPE, Danfoss 3. Andrea Tysdale, CFPHS, JEM Technical Marketing Co., Inc. 4. Diane Baker, Kraft Fluid Systems, Inc.

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Kraft Fluid Systems, Inc. had a cookout lunch in honor of the day. Each employee received an insulated tumbler with the company's logo to keep hydrated, and the tumblers were coded to correspond to prizes.

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COMPRESSED AIR DRYER EFFICIENCY By Ron Marshall for the Compressed Air Challenge

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order to maintain adequate air quality in an industrial environment, the air produced by air compressors must be properly filtered and dried. If this is not done, then the hot, wet, and oily air will cause contamination in the distribution piping. Free water will cause steel pipes to rust. This water, rust, some amounts of compressor lubricant, and dirt that gets past system filters will form a murky sludge that will ruin tools and machines, as well as possibly contaminate the final product if it comes in contact with this muck.

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The type of dryer selected by industries depends on the air quality requirements or the end uses. Some types of air dryers cost more to operate than others; this is important to understand when selecting dryers for a plant. When the compressed air comes out of an air compressor, it has been squeezed like a sponge to about one-seventh of its original volume. This compression creates heat, which is released through the coolers installed on the air compressor and squeezes out water. Cooling the air releases more amounts of condensed water vapor because the cooled air cannot hold as much moisture as it did when it was at atmospheric pressure. One kind of dryer, the refrigerated type, uses cooling of the air to remove enough moisture to reduce the dew point to around 35 to 40°F. The dew point is the temperature at which the air will be 100% saturated with water. As long as the temperature in the plant is above the dew point, no water will condense inside plant piping. Inside a refrigerated dryer, a refrigeration circuit cools down the flow of compressed air, the water saturates, the water droplets are removed by a water separator, and the compressed air is warmed back up to near ambient with a heat exchanger as illustrated in the Fig. 1 diagram.


These dryers use between about 0.5 and 0.8 kW of electrical energy per 100 cfm of compressed airflow at full load, but this number gets considerably larger if the dryer is partly loaded and has poor energy turndown characteristics. Repair and service shops are an example of a location that might have lower-than-average flow. Dryers on standby duty might be operating, but have no airflow. Some refrigerated dryers use a turndown method called “hot-gas bypass,” which routes the refrigerant around the evaporator to control the internal temperature. The evaporator is the location where the air is cooled, and its temperature must be accurately controlled to prevent dryer freeze-up. If temperatures reach below the freezing point, the dryer will plug up with ice. Unfortunately, using hot-gas bypass causes the dryer to consume near-full-rated power, even when there is little air flowing. A dryer rated at 200 cfm and 0.63 kW/cfm energy rating might still consume 6.1 kW per 100 cfm at 10% flow. This lightly loaded dryer would consume about $1,100 of electricity per year at a cost of 10 cents per kWh. Refrigerated dryers can be purchased that cycle the refrigeration system in response to part loads, not unlike a refrigerator at home. Rather than keeping the refrigerant compressor fully loaded, it is turned on and off in response to a set temperature band. Usually some sort of thermal mass is employed to slow down the cycles so as not to damage the compressor motor with excessive starts. This cycling reduces the power consumption when lightly loaded. At 10% load, a cycling dryer of the same brand as previously discussed would consume about $440 in annual power consumption. Sometimes compressed air is exposed to freezing temperatures, or an industrial process might require instrument air at -40°F dew point quality. If this is the case, desiccant dryers must be used to prevent ice from forming in the pipes or to avoid product contamination. The most common type of desiccant dryer is the heatless style, which uses twin drying towers filled with activated alumina that strips the moisture from the flow of compressed air by a process called “adsorption.” This type of dryer is very sensitive to contamination, so it needs particulate and coalescing filtration in the input and particulate filter on the outlet, which adds costly pressure differential. This dryer type also needs to use compressed air to regenerate the desiccant once it becomes saturated. When one tower dries, the other tower is purging, losing 15 to 20% of the dryer rating in compressed air flow to atmosphere to recondition the desiccant beads. This purge adds operating costs because the compressors must produce more air. Including pressure differential, and the costly purge, this dryer consumes about 3 kW per 100 cfm at full load, which is three to five times more than refrigerated drying. On uncontrolled dryers, this purge is continuous regardless of the flow. If the dryer is 10% loaded in a shop environment, the dryer will consume equivalent power at the rate of 30 kW per 100 cfm. A 200-cfm desiccant dryer will consume about $5,300 in energy costs per year. Controls can be purchased for these dryers that sense the condition of the desiccant bed or the dew point of the produced air and will turn off the purge flow when conditions allow. For a lightly loaded dryer at 10% flow, this could save over $4,000 per year in electrical costs, quickly paying for the efficiency option. Other desiccant dryer types, such as heated or heated blower styles, are available that use less purge air, which reduces the cost per cfm down to about 2 kW/100 cfm. These units can also save energy if dew point controls are applied.

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MINIMIZING VACUUM LEAKAGE By Daniel Pascoe, Davasol Inc.

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many vacuum-lifting applications, air leakage is experienced through interconnecting pipe work, porous product materials, or vacuum suction cups that are not properly sealing against the product being handled. Leakage is inversely proportional to the vacuum level of the system, which determines the applicable lifting force of the vacuum suction cups. Increased leakage results in decreased lifting force. Therefore, minimizing or eliminating leaks to provide acceptable and reliable vacuum levels is crucial. This article discusses fundamental methods to achieve that goal. All fluid power systems require the proper selection and installation of applicable components, and vacuum lifting is no different. A factor that is rarely considered when connecting components together in a vacuum system is the thread type used on the interconnecting fittings. Fig. 1 illustrates two fittings, both accepting ¼" tube and connecting to ¼" female-threaded components, such as the vacuum port of a vacuum generator. However, the NPT male thread shown on the left relies on a thread sealant and a certain torque tightening to ensure an air-tight seal, whereas the BSPP (G) thread on the right virtually guarantees an air-tight seal as it uses a flatface O-ring, which compresses against the female-threaded body face. Given the relatively low air pressure and consequent safe nature of vacuum “pressure,” there is a tendency to overlook the use of suitable parts installation techniques. If there is a vacuum leak, unlike with compressed air leakage, it is rarely audible and certainly cannot be felt by hand. It is important to use vacuum-rated components and to assure each connecting piece is sealed completely. A vacuum leak may not pose danger to machine operators, but it can certainly affect the performance of an application.

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Using a vacuum cup on a rough or uneven surface usually means certain vacuum leakage. As shown in the schematic in Fig. 2, a vacuum cup is placed against a corrugated cardboard surface. The first consideration is the vacuum cup choice. Corrugated cardboard might appear flat, particularly if it’s a new carton, but in fact, as shown in Fig. 3, corrugated cardboard is made of three layers of paper. When cardboard is handled by vacuum cups, the surface deforms, as shown in Fig. 4. This ripple effect determines the vacuum cup choice. Fig. 5 shows a flat 60-Durometer nitrile rubber vacuum cup, and Fig. 6 shows a single bellows 40-Durometer silicone cup. For this application, the bellows cup, as shown in Fig. 6, is the better choice since the bellows design can accommodate the ripples in the surface due to the smaller web thickness (distance between inner and outer diameter of sealing lip) and the added benefit of compensating for height differences when picking from a varying height stack. This results in reduced leakage and better seal on the cardboard. Referring back to Fig. 5, the harder, flat cup will not provide the same results. As is common in applying vacuum pumps and suction cups, the saying “the bigger, the better” unfortunately is often used in choosing vacuum pick-andplace equipment. This can be far from true when dealing with vacuum leakage. Consider the aforementioned example of handling a cardboard carton. Let’s assume a test. We’ll use two identical styles of cups but with different cup diameters of 3 inches and 2 inches using the same vacuum generator. The 3-inch cup measures a vacuum level of 30% (-30kPa), whereas the 2-inch cup measures 80% (-80kPa) due to more porous cardboard surface area leaking. Which cup is the better choice? Lifting Force = Cup Area x Vacuum Level = πr2 x Patm x %Vacuum


3-inch Cup: π x 1.52 x 14.7 x 0.3 = 31 lbs. 2-inch Cup: π x 12 x 14.7 x 0.8 = 37 lbs. As shown from the calculations above, the two-inch cup provides a higher lifting force. This occurs due to the smaller surface area and indeed the perimeter of the two-inch cup, which decreases the volume of air bleeding into the system, which increases the vacuum level. Additionally, smaller cups tend to have thinner lips (the web thickness between the inner and outer diameter of the sealing face), allowing for a better seal as it “digs” into the cardboard face. Decreasing the size of your cup does not always increase the lifting force, but in some leak cases, it can. Proper testing should be conducted to ensure the most efficient system is employed. Another technique to increase vacuum level when leakage is present is to increase the volumetric air flow of a vacuum generator or pump. The higher-flowing pumps will keep up with leakage more efficiently by removing air quicker and compensating for the leakage, compared to a lesser-flowing pump. From a practical standpoint, changing your cup to reduce leakage is easier and much more cost effective than installing and testing a new generator or pump. Leakage also occurs when an array of vacuum cups are not all sealed on the product when using a common vacuum source. In Fig. 7, cups 7 through 12 are not sealed against the load. The leakage can be minimized by reducing the size of the orifice in the cup fittings. By selecting a cup fitting with a small orifice, the flow is restricted and less air enters the system. Orifice screws, as shown in Fig. 6, can be installed inside the cup fitting to do exactly that. The cups in contact with the part being handled will maintain their grip as long as the vacuum pump is sized correctly, compensating for the leakage through the cups that are not sealed against the load. If the vacuum generator is capable of a maximum vacuum level of 27"Hg, and the vacuum level being generated is only 15"Hg with 10-scfm vacuum flow, it is because air is being drawn into the system through the cardboard carton. If you need to create a vacuum level of 24"Hg, what size vacuum generator do you need to overcome this leakage? Experience has shown that a formula similar to Boyle's law can be helpful in determining the answer. By substituting flow for volume, we would say that,

F1 = flow from existing vacuum generator F2 = flow needed Important! The vacuum level MUST be in an absolute measurement.

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V2 is what we want to know. Transpose this formula, and you have the calculation shown in Fig. 8. As the calculation demonstrates, the vacuum generator needs to increase to 25-scfm vacuum flow, which is a factor of 2.5 compared to the original 10-scfm unit. This simple calculation removes the guesswork and indeed removes completely the unnecessary costs often associated with this type of “trial-and-error” 2.pdf 1 7/8/15 12:36 PM improvement exercise.

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This article has covered a number of different techniques to reduce and manage leakage in vacuum-lifting systems. Vacuum-rated components, proper installation, cup style, cup size, pump size, fitting type, and orifice size all play a role. Each application is unique and therefore requires its own approach to a solution, but by employing at least consideration of the aforementioned examples, leakage can start to be minimized from the get-go.

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For more information This article was co-written with Vacuforce LLC and Dane Spivak, a technical consultant for Davasol Inc. Vacuforce LLC specializes in the manufacture, supply, and application of industrial vacuum equipment for industry throughout North America and Europe. Based in Indianapolis, Inc., Vacuforce can be reached via sales@vacuforce.com. Illustrations for this article were provided by Daniel Pascoe of Davasol Inc., who can be reached via www.davasol.com.

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SCHUNK Featured in Robot Revolution Exhibit in Chicago On May 21, 2015, the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago (MSI), supported by Google.org, premiered Robot Revolution, a new national touring exhibit that includes technology from SCHUNK. The exhibit explores how robots, created by human ingenuity, will ultimately be companions and colleagues to humans, changing how we play, live, and work together. The exhibit allows guests to step into a visionary world where robots are not just a curiosity, but also a vital asset. The exhibit comes to life with a collection of cutting-edge robots that have been secured from some of the most innovative global robotics companies and universities. Within the Skills area of the exhibit, the SCHUNK LWA Powerball arm with the attached 3-finger hand allows guests to watch how advanced gripping systems, with seven degrees of freedom in action, grip various objects. Guests can also see the 5-finger hand mimicking a human hand with nine motors, 20 joints, and elastic fingertips. The grippers also grasp objects of different shapes and sizes. Hands-on elements, intriguing videos, and thought-provoking questions enable guests to recognize the amazing ways that robotics can better society. MSI’s exhibit development team worked with robotics experts to offer insight on the content. This team of advisors included lead advisor Dr. Henrik I. Christensen, KUKA Chair of Robotics at the College of Computing of George Institute of Technology and executive director of the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines, as well as Dr. Dennis Hong, professor and founding director of RoMeLa (Robotics & Mechanisms Laboratory) of the Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Department at UCLA. “We believe it is vital to inspire the next generation of engineers and tech entrepreneurs so that we can continue to see technology change the world,” said Jim Lecinski, head of Google’s Chicago office. “Google is happy to support MSI’s Robot Revolution exhibit to make complex concepts accessible to kids of all ages and to get them excited about science, technology, engineering, and math.” Robot Revolution is supported by Google. org with additional support from The Boeing Company, RACO Industrial, The David Bohnett Foundation, The Kaplan Foundation, and official airline United Airlines. The exhibit runs through January 3, 2016 and then will continue its tour within the United States. For more information, visit www.msichicago.org. To learn Finger gripper more about SCHUNK, visit www.schunk.com.

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Machine Troubleshooting – A VITAL BUT SHRINKING INDUSTRY SKILL Troubleshooters are highly skilled workers, but they are becoming an increasingly rare breed in the workforce. We sat down with managers from several large manufacturers to discuss the problem of finding qualified troubleshooters, and they explained that in the past, training courses only taught the basics, while the real troubleshooting skills were learned onthe-job over a long time period of shadowing highly

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skilled, experienced maintenance personnel. Unfortunately, the majority of these highly skilled workers are leaving the workforce for a well-deserved retirement, and an insufficient number of new maintenance workers have that valuable skill set. The real issue is that effective troubleshooting is essential for any manufacturer to stay competitive in today’s tough market. Quick and effective machine troubleshooting is vital to keep paper-thin profit margins from slipping into the red. This places a huge re-


sponsibility on technical instructors to prepare workers to hit the ground running on day one. Long gone are the days of a machine sitting idle for long periods of time while troubleshooters substituted one component after another based on their personal experience or conjecture. Since the practice of allowing promising young troubleshooters to spend years acquiring skills on the job is not feasible, teaching these skills in a classroom environment is essential. Future technicians and operators must gain real-world troubleshooting experience before they reach the production floor. Therefore, institutions such as community colleges and company training centers must be able to create equipment issues in many combinations to build troubleshooting expertise. Use of training equipment with the ability to insert a wide range of realistic faults into a system is critical so that workers can gain hands-on experience diagnosing and fixing the broad range of problems seen in the real world. More so, to ensure that proper troubleshooting procedures are being taught, a troubleshooting training program should use an industry-vetted curriculum that ensures consistent outcomes of every worker. Community colleges and industrial training centers are stepping up to meet this challenge with programs geared specifically toward teaching troubleshooting skills. While these programs may vary in teaching methods, effective troubleshooting, regardless of the specific technology, follows five basic steps:

and their input is critical at this stage. Too often, inexperienced troubleshooters assume they know the answer when they truly don’t understand the question. When training troubleshooters, it is important to teach them not to overlook this extremely valuable resource. Once operators have identified the machine’s specific symptoms, drawing useful conclusions concerning the fault that is causing the problem is much simpler. Categorizing the probable fault based on the symptoms focuses a troubleshooter’s efforts to a significantly smaller area, which saves valuable time and money. For example,

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chine areas and parts. When system-related faults, such as leaks, are reported, these point to issues likely to cause machine failure. In some cases, system-related faults accompany a sequence or performance fault, and they are helpful indicators of what may be causing the problem. This systematic approach focuses the troubleshooter on the problem quickly. Once the problem is categorized, a testing methodology should be used to properly identify the failed component:

The SHOTGUN method tests every component or connection in affected areas until the problem is located (movements, pressure changes, or speed).

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option for many fleet managers, and these vans are being used more and more in the mobile service industry. Unfortunately, they lack a viable option for running air tools. The choices had been limited to very small CFM electric compressors and gas engine-powered compressors mounted in the van that took up significant room, had to be vented for exhaust and gas fumes, and posed safety hazards while filling the fuel tank. With under-hood space becoming harder and harder to get, manufacturers of under-hood air compressor systems, like Vehicle Mounted Air Compressors (VMAC™) in Nanaimo, Vancouver, British Columbia, were faced with the significant challenge of designing a system for this growing market that would fit into the small under-hood location usually reserved for the small second alternator. Traditional under-hood air compressor systems, such as VMAC’s 70-cfm


Switch Your Swivel! VR system, simply would not fit on these new platforms. Compact packaging ideas were demanded in three areas: the air compressor, its electro-magnetic drive clutch/pulley, and its oil cooler/separator. The first challenge was fitting the compressor in a space designed for a vehicle alternator. VMAC had to start with a blank slate and broke a number of traditional compressor design norms to achieve the goal. A unique, patented, air intake through the front of the rotors helped keep the envelope size compact. Eliminating the inlet valve and using a check valve to replace it also reduced space and simplified the design. As in life, timing is everything. The call for a smaller air compressor began coincidentally in 2009 when VMAC’s loyal customers, through their dealer network, demanded a smaller, half-cost, and half-output version of the VR70. This was well before the introduction of the new Euro-style vans, but its 2009 start gave VMAC a fortuitous five-year head start to perfect a solution for a problem that didn’t even exist at the time. It was this market-driven demand for a simple half-air, half-cost system that lead to the small, high-performance air compressor called the UNDERHOOD LITE. The challenge would involve many aspects of the entire air compressor system and not just the individual components, as a reduction in output of a rotary screw compressor does not necessarily mean a cost reduction. A key design feature of the 70-cfm system is the addition of a dedicated second pulley (and belt) mounted to the OEM engine crank pulley. This feature is designed to handle side-loading issues on the accessory bearings in the belt line. A smaller output compressor would likely not affect the OEM component load as such. The necessity of running the compressor off of the existing OEM single-accessory drive belt was born. A team of engineers was tasked with using an existing VR70 compressor to prototype a gearless version to meet the lower output and lesser-cost portion of the scope. This was quickly done, and a quick bracket design was manufactured to mount on one of the company’s vehicles to see if using the OEM belt was feasible. Initial testing proved that this concept was a winner in terms of reducing the number of components, cost of the compressor, and reducing the output. The challenge was that the size of the compressor was still somewhat large to mount in areas to take advantage of using the OEM belt. VMAC’s newly formed Product Development Department was given the task of building a compressor that met the entire scope; it had to be small, cost-effective, 30 to 35 cfm, and able to deliver the results VMAC’s dealer network demanded. Jim Hogan, VMAC’s president, initiated a

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couple of last-minute twists into the project. First, he wanted the compressor designed to fit into the second alternator position of the very space-limited Ford SuperDuty 6.7L PowerStroke Diesel. Second, as an admirer of Francis L. Zrostlik’s (co-founder of Iowa Mold Tooling and Stellar Industries) early underthe-hood reciprocating compressor design, Hogan also requested that the new VMAC compressor system borrow heavily from the very simple controls and operation of those early compressors. Another key to the compressor design was simplifying the controls. VMAC decided to cycle a clutch from Ogura Industrial Corp., an electromagnetic clutch manufacturer in Somerset, N.J., to control the compressor and also to reduce the cost, size, weight, and the number of components being used. This option was chosen and implemented to meet Hogan’s second challenge of emulating a reciprocating control system. The clutch itself was a custom prototype built by Ogura. This high-torque clutch utilizes a very small diameter 85-mm pulley that enables the compressor to be effectively geared higher to reduce the offset in diameter of the OEM crank pulley in relation to VMAC’s 70-cfm designs. Ogura designed an 85-mm OD, 8-groove Poly V production clutch capable of driving the anticipated pump loading (>15nm) while cycling

flawlessly at running speeds exceeding 7,000 rpm. The clutch components and bearing design are viable for up to 10,000 rpm continuously, providing plenty of a safety margin. The 7,000-rpm pump requirement is the result of the ratio between the clutch’s 85-mm pulley and the crank’s 200-mm diameter (typical), and the engine’s RPM redline. These high-compressor speeds were necessary to drive the compressor rotors one-to-one with the drive pulley (there is

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no internal compressor gearing). This gearless design works to cut costs, improve expected life, and simplify assembly. Typical under-hood automotive clutches (such as the AC compressor clutch) use multipole flux-directing technology to increase magnetic clamping forces. It is this magnetic clamping force that creates torque to transmit power from the pulley to the compressor. Most multi-pole clutch flux-directing techniques

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incorporate circumferentially linked air slots together with low carbon steel radial spokes evenly spaced in the clutch rotor (pulley input) and armature plates (output to air compressor) for strength. While the steel spokes add radial strength to the pulley, they provide a short (circuit) to the flux path. This short (circuit) reduces the efficiency of the magnetic system and would yield lower torque from the clutch (lines of magnetic flux will pass through steel faster than through air). For higher torque, the MAEMG43 clutch from Ogura does away with traditional flux-directing techniques by eliminating the steel structural spokes, replacing them with a structurally strong, but magnetically neutral, material creating a near-100% efficient magnetic circuit. This allows the clutch to transmit the torque of a clutch nearly twice its size. To provide long life and to handle the increase in clamping forces on the smaller diameter, the clutch integrates a stable, high-performance proprietary friction material embedded in the rotor pulley. This material is suitable for under-hood environments and is impervious to typical contaminates, such as water, antifreeze, engine oil, and grease. The clutch rotor is supported by a NSK custom-designed 47-mm OD double-row ball bearing, lubricated for life. The unique snout-mount bearing design keeps raceways constantly in motion and properly lubricat-

ed (whether the clutch is engaged or not). The snout-mount design eliminates bearing brinelling issues caused by extended engage times in some earlier clutch designs. To help with quick assembly, disassembly (if needed), and solid torque transmission to the pump, the Ogura JIS splined armature hub bore is center tapped for easy installation to the pump shaft. The compressor control system was then simplified to include only basic components: an on/off, temperature and pressure switch and indicator lamp, two relays, as well as a simple one-speed throttle. With the compressor and control system designed, the next step was set in motion. With compressor in hand, VMAC engineers quickly designed a small bracket for the 6.7 PowerStroke and indeed fit it into that alternator position; however, just designing a new compressor to fit into tight spaces did not necessarily address the entire cost problem.

With the Ogura clutch prototypes designed, delivered, and in test, VMAC concentrated on the final parts of the new system. One of the areas to improve cost to the final customer would be designing components that would ease the installation and reduce the time to complete the job. The product development team revisited some older experiments to find inspiration and discovered that an idea of integrating cooling and oil separation into one package seemed to fit the bill. Various designs were built and tested. Using VMAC’s WHASP tank removed the need for integration into the vehicle’s cooling system, moved both components to one place, and made for a quick install. With the major components finalized, VMAC then turned to a few of its selected dealers to move the product line into the market, at the same time that the European-style vans were being introduced into the North American market. Looking back to that day in 2009 and the challenge presented by the advisory group, VMAC found that the UNDERHOOD LITE with the Ogura clutch enabled its dealers to install a cost-effective rotary screw compressor system under the hood of mobile service vehicles for current markets and the new ones yet to come. For more information, visit www.ogura-clutch.com. Reinforce your industry experience with a Pneumatic Mechanic, Technician, or Specialist certification. Apply online at www.ifps.org.

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Jeewat Bijlani, senior vice president of global marketing, business development, and strategic planning, has been appointed to the additional role of president of Houghton Americas and the newly created position of president, Global Strategic Businesses. He is responsible for managing the operations of the Americas region and the global oversight of the steel, non-ferrous, metal finishing, offshore, and beverage containers business. He joined the company in 2011.

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Eaton Announces Senior Leadership Appointments Craig Arnold has been appointed president and chief operating officer, as well as a member of the board of directors effective September 1, 2015. He will be appointed chairman and chief executive officer on June 1, 2016 following the retirement of Alexander M. “Sandy” Cutler, chairman and CEO since August 2000. Mr. Arnold has been vice chairman, president, and chief operating officer of the Industrial Sector since 2009, with additional leadership responsibility for the Asia Pacific and Latin America regions. He joined Eaton in 2000 as senior vice president and group executive of the Fluid Power Group.

CRAIG ARNOLD

Richard H. Fearon has been appointed a member of Eaton’s board of directors, effective September 1, 2015. He will continue to serve as chief financial and planning officer, a position he has held since 2002, and as vice chairman.

RICHARD H. FEARON

Revathi Advaithi, current president of the Electrical Americas region, has been appointed chief operating officer of the Electrical Sector effective September 1, 2015, following the retirement of Thomas S. Gross. She will also have corporate responsibility for the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region. Ms. Advaithi joined Eaton in 1995 as manufacturing supervisor at the facility in Shawnee, Okla. She left the company in 2002 and rejoined in 2008 as vice president and general manager of the Electrical Components Division, and she was later promoted to president of the Electrical Sector’s Asia Pacific region.

REVATHI ADVAITHI

Uday Yadav, current president of the Aerospace Group, has been appointed chief operating officer, Industrial Sector, effective September 1, 2015. He will have corporate responsibility for the Asia Pacific and Latin America regions. Mr. Yadav joined the company in 1994 and has served as executive vice president of Eaton Business System, president of the Asia Pacific region for the Eaton Hydraulics Group, and vice president of Supply Chain Management of the Fluid Power Group, director and general manager of the Global Hose Division, and local managing director for Eaton in India.

UDAY YADAV

POWER UNDER CONTROL Allenair’s Cyl-Check

The Allenair Cyl-Check® is a self-contained® oil filled unit which can be used in any tool or work feeding application, eliminating chatter caused by vibrations in power thrust and irregular loads, providing smooth, uniform and precise feed control. The unit can be coupled with a Pneumatic Cylinder or other linear notion devices and proves the flexibility required in many applications, without the costly expense of a complete hydraulic system. The Allenair Cyl-Check® is a high quality unit carefully designed, produced, assembled, and tested to provide long trouble-free service.

Characteristics • Infinitely variable, easily adjustable speed rate in forward, reverse in both directions, Controlled Speeds from 1” to 600” per minute. • 3,000 lb. maximum thrust load capacity. • Optional stop and skip-check features. • Eliminates costly hydraulic systems. Allenair is here for you. Whether you need a little technical help specifying a standard unit or custom design for a special application. We are ready to help. 255 EAST SECOND ST. MINEOLA, NY 11501 USA TELEPHONE: 516-747-5481 FAX: 516-747-5481 Visit our website at www.allenair.com

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SCHURTER Electronic Components Announces Management Changes Bruno H. Schurter (left) retired as the company’s president and CEO effective July 1, 2015. He spent 33 years heading up the privately held company, which is a subsidiary of SCHURTER Holding AG, founded in 1933 in Lucerne, Switzerland.

BRUNO H. SCHURTER

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Diane Cupples (middle), vice president of marketing, assumes the position of chairman of the board. Leonard Overholser (right), vice president of sales, takes over as president and CEO. He has been with the company for nearly 20 years.

LEONARD OVERHOLSER

STEVE TAYLOR Houghton International

Steve Taylor, senior vice president of Houghton International and president of Houghton Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), has been appointed to the additional and newly created position of president, Global Metalworking Fluids (MWF). His new responsibilities include managing the business development, service, support, and procedures across the company’s four regions, securing the collaboration necessary for effective global operations and growth in the MWF market. Mr. Taylor joined the company in 2009.

MIKE SHANNON Houghton International

Mike Shannon, executive vice president of global operations and president of Houghton Asia Pacific, has been appointed to the additional and newly created role of chief operating officer responsible for all commercial and operational activities. Mr. Shannon has led operations in the emerging Asia Pacific markets to achieve record performance, and he has directed the optimization of global manufacturing, information technology, and environmental, health, and safety (EHS) processes. He joined the company in 2009. CIRCLE 229

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• Forestry • Waste Management

• Agriculture • Transportation

• Industrial • Construction • Oil

Engineering & Manufacturing Solutions Brand Hydraulics Company

Having won the 1948 Olympic Gold Medal in free-style wrestling, Glen Brand brought the same dedication when he, and his wife Mary Lou, founded Brand Hydraulics Company. Since 1956, Brand Hydraulics has designed and manufactured hydraulic valves in Omaha, NE. In 1997, Brand Hydraulics Company incorporated electronic controllers and custom wiring and is now known recognized for hydraulic and electro-hydraulic valve expertise. London, England 1948

In 2014, we introduced Wireless Radio Remote Controls to help system designers “work smarter, not harder”.

Omaha, NE 1956

Today, 60 years later, Brand Hydraulics Co. continues to help customers meet their exacting requirements by utilizing a broad range of standard products that are customized to meet each application.

V Series, Wireless Controllers with RP Series Transmitter

Brand Hydraulics now offers Wireless Radio Remote Controllers. The V Series and RP Series 2.4 GHz wireless radio remote controls are robust using the latest wireless and microprocessor technology including a 32-bit ARM-Core microprocessor. Our unique design allows multiple unit operation in the same location with no interference. Available in 2-32 functions, up to 1,600 ft. range for difficult conditions. Wireless pairing - Customization is possible - Designed, Engineered and Assembled in the USA with USA made circuit boards. Made in the Heartland of America.

ISO 9001:2008 WITH DESIGN Certificate #02.002.1

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Calendar of Events

September 2015

14-17 Industrial Hydraulic Technology Elyria, OH Parker Hannifin 216-896-2495 mctrain@parker.com

14-18 Principles of Hydraulics (PA)

Bosch Rexroth 610-997-6745 training@ boschrexroth.com

14-18 Principles of Hydraulics (ON) Bosch Rexroth Canada 905-735-0510

training@ boschrexroth.ca

15-18 Mobile Hydraulic Technology Calgary, AB, Canada Parker Hannifin Canada 216-896-2495 mctrain@parker.com

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Design Considerations for Industrial Hydraulic Systems (PA) Bosch Rexroth 610-997-6745 training@ boschrexroth.com

Troubleshooting Mobile Hydraulic Systems Elk Grove Village, IL Parker Hannifin 216-896-2495 mctrain@parker.com

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Circuit Design Eden Prairie, MN Eaton Hydraulics Training Services 800-413-8809 hydraulicstraining@ eaton.com

Pneumatic Technology for Industry Milton, ON, Canada Parker Hannifin 216-896-2495 mctrain@parker.com

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Set-up of Industrial Hydraulic Systems (ON) Bosch Rexroth Canada 905-735-0510 training@ boschrexroth.ca

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28-Oct 2

IFPS Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic Review and Testing Henderson, NV (NTT Training) 800-308-6005 bwilson@nttinc.com

Introduction to Mobile Hydraulic Technology (SC) Bosch Rexroth 610-997-6745 training@ boschrexroth.com

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28-Oct 2

IFPS Hydraulic Specialist Review and Testing Virginia Beach, VA (NTT Training) 800-308-6005 bwilson@nttinc.com

Electronic Controls for Hydraulic Systems (PA) Bosch Rexroth 610-997-6745 training@ boschrexroth.com

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28-Oct 5

IFPS Mobile Hydraulic Technician Review and Testing Henderson, NV (NTT Training) 800-308-6005 bwilson@nttinc.com

Turbo Machinery Milwaukee, WI 414-277-7217 gpe@msoe.edu

PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2015 Las Vegas Convention Center, NV 571-612-3200 www. packexpolasvegas. com

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IFPS Annual Meeting Omni William Penn, Pittsburgh, PA (Technical Workshop: September 21) 800-308-6005 info@ifps.org

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29-Oct 1 International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE) Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, KY 800-867-6060 www.icuee.com


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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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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 Iron Castings Joysticks & Joystick Controllers 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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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

SECTION D p. 110-123 ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ ƒƒ

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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COMPANY 1A Total Safety 6R Supply, Inc. A & H Fluid Technologies, Inc. A.R. North America Aalborg® Instruments Accuaire Instruments Inc. Accuflex Ace Wire Spring & Form Co., Inc. Adaconn Adsens Technology Inc. Advanced Assembly & Automation Advanced Control Technology, Inc. Advanced Fluid Systems, Inc. Advanced Technology Products Air & Hydraulic Equipment Air Draulics Engineering Company Air Hydraulic Systems Air Hydraulics Inc. Air Logic Air System Products, Inc. Air-Mite Devices, Inc. Air-Way Manufacturing Co. Airline Hydraulics Airmo, Inc.-Pressure Technologies Airometrix Mfg., Inc. Air Sentry Airtec Pneumatics, Inc. AKG of America, Inc. AKZO Nobel Chemicals ALA Industries Limited Alemite LLC Allegheny York Co. Allen Orton LLC Allenair Corp. Alliance Plastics Allied Fluid Conditioners, Inc. Allied Metrics Seals and Fasteners, Inc. Alloys & Components, SW Almo Manifold & Tool Co. Alpha A-Lube Alumi-Tec, Inc. Al Xander Co., Inc. American Chemical Technologies, Inc. American High Performance Seals, Inc. American Hydrostatics American Industrial Heat Transfer, Inc. American Seal & Packing AMETEK Factory Automation Ametek US Gauge Ametek, Drexelbrook Anchor Fluid Power Anderson Fittings Anderson Metals Corp., Inc. Anfield Industries Inc. Anver Corp. Apex Design Technology API Heat Transfer Apple Rubber Products, Inc. Applied Energy Company LLC Applied Industrial Technologies Argo-Hytos, Inc. Arizona Sealing Devices, Inc. Ark-Plas Products Inc. ASA Hydraulik of America ASCO Valve, Inc. Ashcroft Inc. ATEQ Corp. Atlantic Hydraulics, Inc. Atlantic Industrial Technologies Atos North America Atos Systems, Inc. Attica Hydraulic Exchange Aurelius Mfg. Co., Inc. Automation Products Inc. - Dynatrol DIV. Aventics Corporation (formerly Bosch Rexroth Pneumatics) AW-Lake Company Bailey International LLC Bal Seal Engineering Barnant Company Barrington Automation Battlefield International Inc. Baumer/Bourdon-Haenni Baumer Ltd. Bay Advanced Technologies Bay Seal Co. Behco, Inc. Behringer Corporation Belden Americas, Hirschmann Products Belden Americas, Lumberg Products Division Bell & Gossett Berendsen Fluid Power Beswick Engineering Co., Inc.

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COMPANY 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 Mac’s Hose & Hydraulics Machinery Service and Design Macro Sensors Madison Company Magnatrol Valve Corp. Magnetek 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 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 - Birmingham, AL 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 now IMI Precision Engineering 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 O’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

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COMPANY Spirax Sarco Sponsler Springer co-ax inc. SSP Fittings Corporation Stainless Hose Fittings LTD Stanley M. Proctor Company Stauff Corporation Sterling - PCU Sterling Hydraulics Strahman Valves, Inc. Suco Technologies Sun Hydraulics Corporation Sunsource Super Swivels Switches Unlimited Switching Solutions, Inc. Sync-Lok, Inc. Tarrant Hydraulic Service, Inc. TEAC America, Inc. Teel Plastics, Inc. Teknocraft Inc. Tescom Corp. Teseq/Ametek Texas Hydraulics Inc. The Briggs Company The Lee Company Titan Inc. TPC Pneumatics TR Engineering Inc. Trico Corporation Tubes n’ Hoses International Tuthill Coupling Group- Hansen Couplings Ultra Clean Technologies Corp. Ultraflo Corporation, A Subsidiary of Bray Int’l. Uniflex of America Unique Automation LLC United Electric Controls Co. United Motors & Heavy Equipment Co. LLC (Dubai) Universal Grinding Corporation Universal Hydraulics International LTD UTI Microwave Vaccon Company Vacudyne Incorporated Vacuum Research Corporation Valtorc International - Actuated Valve Div. Valve Check Inc. Valv-Trol Co. Van Air Systems Van Hydraulics Veljan Hydrair Pvt. LTd. Ventura Hydraulic & Machine Works, Inc. Versa Products Co., Inc. Viatran Corp. Vickers-Warnick Vindum Engineering, Inc. Vivoil/ALA Industries Limited Vonberg Valve, Inc. Voss Fluid GmbH VTI Microwave VXI Technology, Inc. Walvoil Fluid Power Corp. Wandfluh of America, Inc. Webtec WEH Technologies Inc. Weiss Instruments, Inc. Wen Technology, Inc. West Coast Fluid Power Western Hydrostatics, Inc. Western Integrated Technologies Whitman Controls Corp. Wika Instrument Corp. William H. Nash Co., Inc. Williams Machine and Tool Wilson Company Wojanis Supply Co. Inc. Womack Machine Supply Company Womack Systems, LLC Woodward HRT World Wide Metric, Inc. Yates Industries Youli America Young Powertech Yuken/ALA Industries Zatkoff Seals & Packings ZMC Corp.

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2015 Industry & Economic Outlook Conference August 10-12, 2015 • Westin Chicago North Shore, Wheeling, IL

Economics ƒƒ Global Economics from an ITR Perspective – Alan Beaulieu, ITR Economics ƒƒ Global Economics from an Oxford Economics Perspective – John Walker, Oxford Economics ƒƒ Geopolitical Analysis of Global Economics – Peter Zeihan, Zeihan on Geopolitics Market Forecasts ƒƒ Fluid Power Industry Forecast – Jim Meil, ACT Research

ƒƒ Fluid Power Customer Markets Overview – Eli Lustgarten, ESL Consultants ƒƒ Construction Machinery Forecast – David Phillips, Off-Highway Research ƒƒ Agricultural Machinery Forecast – Eli Lustgarten, ESL Consultants ƒƒ Heavy Truck Market Forecast – Eric Starks, FTR Associates ƒƒ Industrial Markets Overview – Dan Meckstroth, MAPI, Inc. ƒƒ Industrial Machinery Market Forecast – Scott Hazelton, IHS Economics Technology ƒƒ Market Technology Trends: Variable Speed Drives – Mark Watson, IHS Technology Networking ƒƒ IEOC Invitational Golf Tournament at Chevy Chase Golf Course ƒƒ IEOC Welcome Reception at Chevy Chase Country Club ƒƒ Power of Association Reception and Dinner IEOC Speakers Forum Another highly acclaimed feature of this conference is the IEOC Speakers Forum. Join IEOC’s most popular speakers for an economy-driven, interactive session to wrap-up the first day’s program.

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The Industry & Economic Outlook Conference (IEOC) – NFPA’s highly anticipated annual economic event for everyone in the fluid power supply chain – is just around the corner. Taking place at the Westin Chicago North Shore, NFPA members and non-members are invited to attend. Conference content examines industry economics, market forecasts, and technology breakthroughs likely to impact the fluid power supply chain for years to come. Conference speakers cover macroeconomic and global trends, while also providing insights into key mobile and industrial customer markets.

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Bring Your Team to the Golf Course with NFPA on August 10 Does business get done on the golf course? You bet! Does NFPA offer a great, casual tournament each August right before the Industry & Economic Outlook Conference? Yes! Are you signed up yet? Scheduled for Monday, August 10, the NFPA IEOC Invitational Golf Tournament will again be held at the Chevy Chase Country Club in Wheeling, Ill. This beautifully maintained public course is located on Milwaukee Avenue and is only a five-minute drive from the Westin Chicago North Shore, the host hotel for the 2015 NFPA Industry and Economic Outlook Conference. Golf fees also include a cart, box lunch, mulligans, prize holes, and the IEOC Welcome Reception, which will be held on the patio at Chevy Chase—a perfect way to cap off a round of golf. Non-golfers are also invited to the Welcome Reception and will have the opportunity to add it to their IEOC registration. (Round-trip transportation between Chevy Chase and the Westin will again be offered.)

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Open to members and nonmembers, this event continues to grow each year, plus NFPA has made it easy to invite guests and build foursomes with discounted foursome pricing. In addition, there are lots of opportunities to get your company’s name out in front with a variety of sponsorships. Don’t be left out! Add a sponsorship to your registration today! And if you don’t see an opportunity to your liking, contact NFPA with creative ideas.

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Separate registration for the IEOC is needed for those planning to attend the conference in addition to the golf tournament.

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Save the Date for FPIRC 2015 – October 14-16 Mark your calendars! The next Fluid Power Innovation and Research Conference (FPIRC) will be held October 14-16, 2015, at the Radisson Blu in downtown Chicago, Ill. FPIRC, co-sponsored by NFPA and the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP), is the premier conference for fluid power industry and academic research in North America. It connects industry to university resources and talent through technical sessions, networking opportunities, laboratory tours, and panel discussions on the technologies and workforce skills needed to continue growing the fluid power industry. This year FPIRC is being held in conjunction with the biennial ASME/Bath Symposium on Fluid Power & Motion Control (also at the Radisson Blu, October 12-14, 2015).

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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CONFERENCE CAN BE FOUND AT: HTTP://NFPAHUB.COM/EVENTS/CONFERENCES/FPIRC/.

Those planning to attend both the ASME/Bath conference and FPIRC 2015 should plan to arrive on Sunday, October 11 (events planned to begin at 6:00 p.m. that day) and to depart on Friday, October 16 (events planned to conclude at 12:00 noon that day). Those planning to attend just FPIRC 2015 should plan to arrive on Wednesday, October 14 (events planned to begin at 12:00 noon that day) and to depart on Friday, October 16 (events planned to conclude at 12:00 noon that day).

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PACK EXPO Las Vegas to Showcase “Future of Pneumatics” Building on the success of the first-ever “Future of Pneumatics” exhibit at the PACK EXPO East Trade Show in February 2015, NFPA, along with its exhibit partners Vanderbilt University and the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP), is poised to make another dramatic impression on the advanced processing and packaging machine builders and buyers walking the Las Vegas Convention show floor of PACK EXPO Las Vegas during the week of September 28-30, 2015. The Future of Pneumatics exhibit will give end-users a glimpse of the future of pneumatic technology. Several innovations relevant to packaging and process technologies will be on display. Staffed by the students who helped develop these innovations and by the industry representatives who are working to bring them to market, the exhibit will feature the following:

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This technology can improve efficiency and save money by converting waste heat into work. It can be used at the pre-compression stage feeding an industrial compressor, at the hydraulic pump stage, or as an electrical generator, all while reducing cooling requirements. The unit is completely silent and fully controlled for on-the-fly optimized efficiency or power. CONTINUOUS POSITION FEEDBACK SENSOR

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position of a moving cylinder piston by monitoring magnetic field changes without having to make contact with the piston/rod assembly. Adding exhaust gas recovery and proportional control (as exhibited in the “Future of Pneumatics” booth) can add new value to the traditional benefits of pneumatic systems: high power density, reliability, and cost competitiveness. Those who might have dismissed fluid power are now thinking about how to incorporate the technology again, and that’s exactly what this event is trying to help them do. NFPA will continue to bring these types of exhibits to other shows in the future, each showcasing the future potential of fluid power technology to a core customer audience. If you’d like to learn more about the program, contact Denise Rockhill at drockhill@nfpa.com.

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Q&A T he Panel

Trevor O’Malley is a recent college graduate in 2012 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. He has worked at Advanced Machine & Engineering Co. as an application engineer for the fluid power division and recently was promoted to product manager working in the design, manufacturing, and marketing of rod lock devices.

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Marti Wendel, CFPS, CFPE, is global sales manager for CurtissWright, Sprague Products, a manufacturer of high-pressure hydrostatic test pumps and systems headquartered in Brecksville, Ohio. She has worked for 25 years in engineering, sales, and marketing in the fluid power industry and earned her bachelor of science at Kent State University. She is currently the IFPS president of the board and past president of the Fluid Power Educational Foundation (FPEF).

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Edward Stum, CFHS, PMP, SSBB, is vice president of manufacturing for RG Group. As a certified hydraulic specialist, Mr. Stum designs systems that are drafted to fluid power essential practices supported by national and international standards.

Tim Tangredi is the chief executive officer of Dais Analytic, a nanotechnology business producing a family of membrane materials focusing on evolutionary or disruptive air, energy, and water applications.


Are manufacturing companies poised for growth in 2016? I believe manufacturing in the United States will see growth in 2016. With the low energy costs in today’s economy, we see manufacturing becoming more competitive with foreign markets. This helps the economy two-fold by dumping more consumer dollars into manufacturing and allowing companies to have capital for their own future growth. This also increases confidence in manufacturing on American soil from a consumer standpoint, which only bodes well for the American manufacturing resurgence. O'Malley

Manufacturing companies are already struggling to fill positions for well-trained workers, and if there is any growth in 2016, the disparity between qualified applicants and open positions will only increase. As the experienced workforce retires, their potential replacements lack much of the basic manufacturing knowledge necessary. Many companies have internship programs with local colleges, which assist with training the engineering-level positions, but the technicians and mechanics needed to operate highly technical equipment are a little more difficult to find. One- and two-year vocational schools are a great alternative to college and allow young people to earn a fair wage without as much debt. The difficulties lie in convincing businesses that the graduates from the technical schools are a viable solution to our rising employment problems and also convincing the next generation that factory jobs are not the dangerous and dirty positions of the past. Wendel

Based on economic indicators that we follow, I expect to see moderate growth in 2016 ramping upward as we enter 2017. Our business is in several markets, all of which have potential for growth over the next 12-16 months. However, I expect global pressures to keep immediate growth tempered. Stum

Yes – in total, manufacturing companies are well positioned for growth in 2016. Most U.S. companies have capacity available to meet an increase in volume. The industrial sector capacity utilization in April was 78.2%, a rate that is 1.9% below its long-run (1972-2014) average. In many cases, transportation and duties more than offset the lower labor rates available in developing countries, and therefore, local manufacturing has a supply chain advantage. This growth includes using newer materials, 3D printing, increasingly intelligent computer part/product design, and controlled processing, addressing strengths and weaknesses from greater competition from all corners of the world, pressure on margins, and a strong focus on continuously improving quality. An area differentiating traditional manufacturing growth from long-term strategic growth is deployment-sustainable equipment and processes. This focuses on minimizing the use of increasingly precious natural resources, such as water, while working to achieve zero environmental emissions. Sustainable products and processes exist; it is imperative to challenge the dwindling natural resources and increased emissions. Tangredi

Which product segments of the manufacturing market are growing? Which segments are diminishing? I think the aerospace, automotive, and safety equipment industries will continue to grow in this economy. This is due to increased efficiencies in product development and manufacturing. In particular, automotive sales are increasing due to lower unemployment and increased customer spending in the marketplace. The safety market across the globe is ruled by more rigid legislation, which increases safety requirements in manufacturing plants and assemblies, which in turn drives growth. We see these shifting tides with press safety improvements, which drive sales for SITEMA safety catchers. The diminishing segments that I see are the textile and apparel sectors, which are continuing to decline due to the competition with foreign markets. This is a segment that has lost steam for a while now and continues to fall due to competition with low-cost countries like China. O'Malley

The lower gasoline price is one element increasing consumer confidence enough that it has added to the recent growth in pickup truck and SUV sales. The U.S. manufacturers that supply the automotive industry are still having difficulties keeping up with the large increase in demand, which may open up new opportunities for secondary suppliers. Supply issues may possibly be due to some fallout from the west coast labor strike. Although the strike concluded on February 20, 2015, it has taken months to rectify the backload. Unfortunately, any manufacturing directly related to energy will continue to decline for the next few months and may not begin to recover until sometime next year. A surplus of oil, more efficient processing, fracking, and a global reduction in use have all added to the reduction in activity. Wendel

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In our industry, we’re already seeing mining and gas markets, as well as military, diminishing. Industrial markets are staying flat. Power generation, mobile, and marine markets are expanding. Stum

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The manufacturing industry is going to have to react to external forces imposed by today’s energy landscape. For example, the drought in California is well

chronicled, but really, the rest of the U.S. is facing water allocation issues, as well. Manufacturers are going to need to quickly learn how to “do more with less.” This is a good thing for manufacturers who are nimble, as well as those who can adopt new and innovative technologies, but a challenge for those who can’t. The market for older, more traditional technologies is going to become greatly diminished, as the standards associated with those technologies may not meet the standards of today.

What are the greatest challenges to manufacturing growth in the next 6-12 months, and how can companies handle those challenges? With growth in the economy and the unemployment rate continuing to see a decline, the biggest problem manufacturers will face is finding skilled laborers. Finding capable employees who are knowledgeable in industrial markets and also willing to jump into the manufacturing process is key to the long-term efficiency of a company. These challenges can be overcome through knowledge management, training and development, and most important, clarity of task for each employee. Keeping data clean and organized from an operational and sales standpoint not only increases efficiencies, but also guides internal growth. Also, the job market is full of new college graduates, and apprentice programs are available (and increasing). That will help fill this void as long as Americans stay focused on developing the attractiveness of skilled trade professions to young people. By spending more on the initial training and development for a motivated individual, companies will save on retraining and the high cost of frequent employee turnover. O'Malley

Our biggest challenge is in recruiting and retaining highly talented employees with the exact skill set we are looking for. Engineers with industry-leading experience and credentials are in short supply. Stum

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Challenges fall into four categories for small and medium-sized firms: first is the “pinch point” of retaining

skilled personnel and knowledgeable vendors to build/operate the process; second is a process design balancing upfront and operating costs needed to be successful in a growing international marketplace; third is focusing on the timing of “first product produced” from the new process to begin the financial return to the business; and fourth (and growing in importance) is to construct a sustainable manufacturing process that minimizes the use of increasingly precious natural resources, such as water, while working to achieve zero environmental emissions. The last challenge is of particular note; “green” has lost its luster in terms of being a buzzword. The word is over-used, and some may not even take the concept seriously. This in turn damages the potential for even the most disruptive and cost-efficient technology to be deployed, defeating a key challenge point. Building in true sustainable technologies to a new manufacturing process requires education and continued decisions on the part of the entire company throughout the build process. As an example, let’s focus on HVAC systems – a key user of energy. Smart architects, mechanical engineers, or HVAC contractors are efficient at incorporating proven sustainable products into their designs, easily allowing acceptance in concert with the project’s objectives. Increased up-front costs are financially addressed over time by lower operating and compliance costs aided by local, state, or federal government programs, as well as local power producer programs. This puts added importance on the first challenge: choice of skilled personnel and vendors. Education is the key.

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Are manufacturing companies doing enough to meet the energy and efficiency demands of the market? I believe many newer manufacturing companies have had particularly strong initial growth and have developed modern plants that are succeeding in that aspect. However, more established manufacturing plants have a tendency to focus on growth and increased assets through conventional methods (e.g. new machinery) and less on energy efficiency. To solve this problem, operations and management should gain more knowledge on the energy consumption and efficiency opportunities within their sector. Embracing both lean manufacturing and green manufacturing will help reduce waste and clean up consumption. O'Malley

Significant improvements in energy efficiency will not come from large, systemic changes, but numerous small improvements made through “smart manufacturing.” The reduced costs of PLCs, sensors, software, and data storage have added to the explosion of smart technology embedded in the manufacturing equipment and processes. The ability to make real-time changes that can optimize raw material usage and machine efficiency while reducing scrap, utility waste, and human error will be what reduces energy consumption. These changes will not be without cost, but the long-term benefits will provide the ROI and competitive advantage needed. Many large facilities are already reaping these benefits; the small and medium-sized manufacturers will need to pursue this if they hope to survive. Wendel

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While some manufacturing companies are taking great pains to improve energy efficiencies, many are not. The problem here lies within sales and economics. “Green” technology is often viewed as a tie-breaker when it comes to comparing two products. If one product is green, but more expensive than another, the purchaser is always going to go with the cheaper, non-energy efficient option. However, if the two products are the same with respect to cost and quality, then the “greener” technology retains the advantage. One way we can change this is by addressing the importance of the green components of the technology throughout the sales process, and not just as a “but wait, there’s more” sales pitch. By explaining the long-term efficiencies and ramifications of using said greener technologies to manufacturers, these companies are in a more likely position to understand and choose that option.

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New Problem: Cost of Air Leaks We often hear that the cost of air in a manufacturing facility is approximately 40% of a utility bill. Obviously this will vary considerably for different companies. There are a couple of things that one could do to save thousands of dollars each year. First, many companies have their air compressor installed way off in a corner somewhere with too small of airline feeding the system. They then turn up the pressure on the air compressor to get the required results. Most air tools and pneumatic components are rated for 90 psi. Running a compressor anywhere from 125 to 165 psi is a total waste of energy. The airline should be sized much larger and be used as the receiver instead of an extra air tank at the far end of the line. A pressure drop of 10 psi per 100 feet instead of 1 psi per 100 feet is about a 10% additional cost of energy every day.

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Secondly, the cost of air leaks goes up proportionally to the pressure. Sometimes companies will turn off the air over the weekend or during downtime because of all the air leaks. One of the problems in doing this is that it causes more air leaks. When the air regulators are turned to a fairly high setting and the air pressure is then turned off, there will be a high spring force that is pushing on the diaphragm with no counterforce from the air. This is very hard on the air regulators, and they will also start to leak. All the air regulators should be turned down before shutting off the air so the diaphragms don’t get damaged. QUESTION: Using the chart, how much does it cost to have 1/8" air leak for a year at 90 psi and at 125 psi? Also, how much would 31.54 scfm cost to run at 125 psi for a year? This chart is based on $0.12 / kilowatt.

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125,011

281,275

500,044

781,319

1,125,099

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$93,758

$135,012

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702,881

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101,214,887

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281,152,463

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551,058,827

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139,770

314,483

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777,103

3,108,412

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609,248,777

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2,415

9,658

38,632

154,530

347,691

618,118

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1,892,987

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851,325

3,405,300

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54,484,794

122,590,787

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2,645

10,581

42,322

169,289

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677,155

1,058,055

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2,073,788

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$20,315

$45,708

$81,259

$126,967

$182,832

$248,855

$325,034

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506.41

791.27

1139.43

1550.89

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1,036,880

4,147,518

16,590,074

66,360,294

149,310,662

265,441,176

414,751,838

597,242,646

812,913,601

1,061,764,704

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3,222

12,887

51,547

206,187

463,921

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1,288,669

1,855,683

2,525,790

3,298,991

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$1,546

$6,186

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$55,670

$98,970

$154,640

$222,682

$303,095

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Operating pressure is 100 psi.

No load on cylinder.

This cylinder is extending at a rate of 5 inches per second. If the piston seal develops a leak of 1 cfm, how fast will the cylinder extend? SOLUTION: Note that this circuit is a metered-out circuit and that the pressure is higher at the rod end of the cylinder than the cap end, so the air will escape to the cap end to make the cylinder extend faster, not slower as one might think. The flow control remains the same. 1 cfm = 1728 cubic inches of volume Volume = area x stroke Area of the rod end of the cylinder is the area of the cap end – the area of the rod end. (4² x 0.7854) – (2² x 0.7854) = 9.4244 in² Volume escaping is 1728 in3 / minute 1728 in / 9.4244 in² = 183.35" / minute 3

183.35 / 60 = 3" additional travel per second 3" of leakage + 5" per second normal speed = 8" / second.

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