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UPGRADED ELECTRONIC CONTROLS SPECIALIST CERTIFICATION Elevates Fluid Power Competency By Donna Pollander, ACA, IFPS Executive Director

The IFPS strives to keep pace with changing fluid power and motion control technologies, and the development and re-release of an upgraded version of the Electronic Controls Specialist (ECS) certification is a prime example. Properly designed and installed fluid power systems are reliable, safe, and productive. Electronic control has an integral part in maintaining those features. But, the fact is, there is little or no cross training of fluid power and electronics. Proper training and certification is necessary to ensure the safe and effective integration of the technologies. This was the Board of Directors' impetus for the development of the ECS certification. The IFPS developed the ECS with a cross-industry advisory committee to verify the competency skills associated with the successful application of electronic controls. With support from the fluid power community, many companies and individuals spent countless hours researching, constructing, and financing the certification to reflect this technology. The development process included a rigorous psychometric evaluation and beta testing. The ECS certification is designed to review and test understanding, specification, and application of the full breadth of electronics used in fluid power, from simple sensors and limits to HMls, controllers, and networks. It includes a brief review of applicable pneumatic and hydraulic principles, as well as in-depth examples for both mobile and industrial fluid power equipment. Our newly revised study manual not only helps you prepare for the certification, but it is also a stand-alone reference guide. It contains vital and practical information on best practices for anyone responsible for designing, analyzing, or selecting components for the electronic control of fluid power systems. If you currently hold a Hydraulic Specialist or Pneumatic Specialist certification, or both, this is a perfect complementary certification for you to obtain. For more information about the ECS certification, visit www.ifps.org or call 800-308-6005.

WHAT CURRENT CERTIFICATE HOLDERS ARE SAYING ABOUT ACHIEVING ECS STATUS:

I achieved my ECS in 2009. It was a logical next step after getting PS certified the year before. I still use the ECS training manual as a reference. As electronic controls become more and more a part of fluid power, this certification is ideal to prove your qualifications.” James Krause, CFPS, CFPECS, Fluid Power Systems Engineer

I wanted a competitive advantage over other fluid power sales people. My IFPS certifications are proof of my knowledge. It builds immediate trust with my customers and prospects. They can be assured in my abilities.” Matt Kennedy, CFPECS, CFPS Sales Territory Manager


I set a goal for myself to become a Certified Fluid Power Engineer in 2015 when I achieved my CFPHS. Most recently I passed the Electronic Controls Specialist certification. As electronics become more and more the standard in fluid power, I think engineers and technicians that deal with controlling hydraulics with most anything other than a manual control would benefit from ECS training/testing.”

By mandating IFPS certification for our entire sales force, we are showing our customers that our staff is fully knowledgeable about the products we provide to the industry. This level of product competence sets our sales force ahead of the rest.” Jon Jensen, CFPPS, CFPECS, CFPAI Energy Conservation Group Manager

Ross Groening, CFPECS, CFPHS, Project Engineer

Getting certified as a CFPS (Hydraulic and Pneumatic Specialist) is a requirement of my job. I went the extra mile to get certified as a CFPECS. The knowledge gained from studying for these exams has already proven to be invaluable. Being certified provides instant trust and credibility with customers. Truly understanding hydraulics and pneumatics allows for a better understanding of a client’s needs. I can properly recommend systems, and avoid potential downfalls and problems of a poorly designed system. Anyone in the fluid power industry could benefit from getting IFPS certified.”

I received my ECS certification in 2013. I also was eager to learn, given my prior background in mobile electronic controls, including fluid power systems. I feel that the knowledge gained while studying for the exam was helpful in my previous job in sales. I was able to understand the control language and speak with my client’s engineers much more comfortably. I would recommend this test to anyone I know that deals frequently with fluid power controls, particularly if it is necessary to understand multiple communication protocols.”

John Juhasz, CFPHS, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPMHM, CFPIHM, CFPMHT, Territory Manager

Brian J. Szuch, CFPHS, CFPPS, CFPS, CFPPM, CFPPT, CFPCC, CFPECS, CFPSD, CFPMHM, CFPMHT, CFPMMH, CFPMIH, CFPMM, CFPMT, CFPIHT, CFPIHM, CFPAI, CFPAJPP, CFPAJPPCC Hydraulic Engineer

Joe Barron, CFPSECS, CFPS, Mechanical Engineer, Knorr Brake Company

Jordan Pritt, CFPECS, CFPS, Territory Manager

Certification/training is a ‘common core’ that builds professionalism in the industry. Second, maintaining a ‘noise level’ to stay on the radar of young professionals and students, especially those interested in technology, maintains the influx of youth and subsequent generations into fluid power.”

Gestamp began certification training last year (2014). The training has dramatically decreased equipment downtime and costs, since the technicians systematically troubleshoot the equipment and do not simply swap out parts until the machine runs again. Since certification training teaches proper installation techniques, repeat repair calls have virtually been eliminated because they now ‘do it right the first time.’ Unexpected benefits arose from the certification process, primarily the sense of ownership and teamwork that resulted from IFPS training. It has also instilled a greater sense of value and professionalism in the staff. I have heard many managers say they cannot afford to have training for their staff; I say you cannot afford not to.”

I saw getting ECS certified as a means to get an affirmation that my accumulated knowledge was accurate and useful. Passing the test has served as a confidence-builder for my employer that I have significant knowledge with regards to electronic controls and electro-hydraulics, and how it relates to fluid power. I would definitely recommend the ECS certification. It demonstrates competency.”

I was ECS certified in 2012, and I consider it a personal and professional achievement. I wanted to learn more about electro-hydraulics. It certainly made me more familiar with the terms and overall electronic controls subject matter. As a result, I am now able to troubleshoot and produce logic for our in-house HPU, as well as obtain signals from various sensors. Not only do I recommend the ECS certification, I would also recommend any of the certifications from IFPS. They are very informative, and the study manuals continue to be useful as job reference material. They are proof you know what you say you know.” Dave Tetzlaff, CFPHS, CFPECS, CFPE Senior Project Engineer

Paul Stephens, CFPECS, Engineer

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ELECTRONIC CONTROLS SPECIALISTS (To date of printing this publication)

Matt Arndt, CFPECS, CFPHS, CFPCC, Materion

John Juhasz, CFPECS, CFPS, Kraft Fluid Systems, Inc.

Joseph Barron, CFPECS, CFPS, Knorr Brake Company

Bryon Kanenwischer, CFPECS, CFPE, CFPS, FLSmidth

John Behnke, CFPECS, Cross Fluid Power Co.

Vincent Kelber, CFPECS, GS Hydraulics, Inc.

Jim Blaylock, CFPECS, CFPHS, Business Technical Services LLC

Matthew Kennedy, CFPS, CFPECS, Force America, Inc.

David Chatterton, CFPECS, CFPS, DAC Tech, LLC Brad Chenoweth II, CFPECS, CFPIHM, CFPIHT, Engineered Sales, Inc. Martin Collison, Jr., CFPECS, CFPS, Bogataor, LLC Brent Coppock, CFPECS, Eaton Corporation Donald Cottrill, CFPECS, CFPE, CFPS, Hydro Air Hughes, LLC Dennis Courtright, CFPECS, CFPE, Eaton Corporation Jeffrey Davis, CFPECS, CFPPS, SMC Corporation of America Harold Dean, Jr., CFPECS, CFPMM, CFPMT, CFPMIP, CFPCC, C.W.C.C./DCE Robert Delaat, CFPECS, CFPHS, GS Hydraulics, Inc. Blake Despain, CFPECS, CFPHS, Hydraulic Controls, Inc. Kenneth Dulinski, CFPECS, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPHS, CFPMIH, CFPMMH , Macomb Community College Adam Emmings, CFPECS, CFPHS, SunSource Walter Fetzer, CFPECS, CFPHS, Hydrodiagnostics, LLC Jonathan Fischer, CFPECS, CFPS, Midwest Engineering Works, LLC

James Krouse, CFPS, CFPECS, Kundinger Fluid Power Bo Li, CFPS,CFPECS,CFPE,CFPCC, United Equipment Accessories, Inc.

Brian McKenzie, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPMM, CFPCC, CFPMIP, CFPMIH, The Boeing Company Cesar Meza Soria, CFPECS, CFPHS, Hydraquip Custom Systems, Inc. Benjamin Parker, CFPHS, CFPECS, McCoy Global Jordan Pritt, CFPS, CFPECS, Gulf Controls Co., Inc. Heath Proffitt, CFPHS, CFPECS, Kraft Fluid Systems, Inc. Jon Rhodes, CFPECS, CFPAI, CFC-Solar, Inc. Charles Schulte, CFPS, CFPECS, Fluid-Tech, Inc. Cameron Setzepfandt, CFPS, CFPECS, SunSource Robert Sheaf, Jr., CFPAI/AJPP, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPE, CFPCC, CPFMMH, CFPMIP, CFPMIH, CFPMM, CFC-Industrial Training, Inc. Paul Skrant, CFPHS, CFPECS, CFPMHT, Kraft Fluid Systems, Inc.

Paul Stephens, CFPECS, Engineered Sales, Inc.

Mark Flora, PE, CFPECS, CFPE, CFPS, Hydradyne, LLC

Steve Stoehr, CFPECS, GS Hydraulics, Inc.

Brad Fraley, CFPECS, CFPHS, Eaton Corporation

Thomas Stringer, CFPECS, CFPAI, CFPE, MotionTek, Inc.

Kevin Gilbert, CFPECS , All Control

Brian Szuch, CFPECS, CFPAI/AJPP/AJPPCC, CFPSD,CFPS, CFPMT, CFPMM, CFPMIH, CFPMMH, CFPMIP, Gestamp Mason

Raul Mario Gonzalez, CFPECS, CFPAI, CFPPS, SMC Corporation of America Scott Gower, CFPECS, CFPS, Gulf Controls Co., Inc. Ross Groening, CFPECS, CFPHS, Roto-Mix Kevin Hatton, CFPECS, CFPAI, CFPS, CFPCC, Kaman Industrial Technologies Daniel Helgerson, CFPECS, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPS, CFPMT, CFPPT, CFPSD, CFPCC, CFPSOS LLC, Perisseuma Energy LLC Rance Herren, CFPECS, CFPAI/AJPP/AJPPCC, CFPSD, CFPMT, CFPPT, CFPCC, National Oilwell Varco

David Tetzlaff, CFPECS, CFPE, Ordered Motion Systems, Inc. Daniel Thomas, CFPECS, Kraft Fluid Systems, Inc. Jim Thorington, CFPECS, CFPS, Motion Industries, Inc. Roy Turpin, CFPECS, Mica Respute Center Chris Vrettacos, CFPECS, Cross Fluid Power Co. Gary Warner, CFPECS, Cross Fluid Power Co. Todd Welsh, CFPECS,CFP S, Hydraquip Custom Systems, Inc.

Hugh Jamieson, III, CFPECS, CFPAI/AJPP/AJPPCC, CFPS, CFPMM, CFPCC, Simulation Technologies, Inc.

Timothy White, CFPECS, CFPAI/AJPP/AJPPCC, CFPS, CFPMT, CFPMM, CFPMIH, CFPMMH, CFPMIP, The Boeing Company

Jon Jensen, CFPECS, CFPAI, CFPPS, SMC Corporation of America

Xiaodong (Alan) Zhao, CFPECS, CFPS, Flex Pipe Systems

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The following companies and individuals have provided financial support, information, and expertise during the preparation of the Electronic Controls Specialist Certification Test and Study Manual. The IFPS would like to say thank you for making this certification possible. Support Level/Company Name Underwriter Eaton Corporation Danfoss Parker Hannifin Corporation

Jeff Starkey, CFPECS, Cross Fluid Power Co.

Jason Flemming, CFPECS, Power Systems Inc.

Nathan Girouard, CFPECS, CFPHS, Wilson Company

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Tom Blansett, CFPAI/AJPPCC, CFPS, CFPCC, CFPIHT

Jon Jensen, CFPAI, CFPPS, CFPECS, SMC Corporation of America

Alan Blohm, SMC Corporation of America

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Tony Casale, HydraForce, Inc. George Day, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPMHM, CFPECS Mark Densley, IMI Precision Engineering Ken Dulinski, CFPAI/AJPP, CFPECS, CFPHS, CFPMIH, CFPMMH, Macomb Community College

Jim Kaas, CFPS, CFPE, Iowa Fluid Power, Inc. Peter Nachtwey, Delta Computer Systems Scott Nagro, CFPS, HydraForce, Inc. Chuck Parker, SMC Corporation of America

Sandra Dolan, Ph.D., Psychometrician

Leif Pedersen, Eaton Corporation

Bob Evans, CFPS, Trackmobile, Inc.

Jyotsna Phadke, CFPAI, CFPHS, Eaton Corporation

Andrew Fellner, Bosch-Rexroth

Denis Poirier, Jr., CFPAI, CFPAJPP, CFPIHM, Eaton Corporation-Hydraulics Group

Parveen Gupta, Bosch-Rexroth Dan Helgerson, CFPAI/AJPP/AJPPCC, CFPMT, CFPS, CFPSD, CFPECS, CFPSOS LLC Rance Herren, CFPSD, CFPECS, CFPMT, CFPAI, National Oilwell Varco

Alan Porteous, SMC Corporation of America Liz Rehfus, CFPE, CFPS, Crafting Solutions, Inc. Dan Ricklefs, Danfoss Power Solutions Dan Schroeder, SMC Corporation of America

Robert J. Sheaf, Jr., CFPAI/AJPP, CFPE, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPMT, CFPMIP, CFPMMH, CFPMIH, CFPMM, CFC Industrial Training, Inc. AJ Smith, Eaton Corporation John Thornton, GS Global Resources Mike Tonyan, Bosch-Rexroth Sam Tosi, CFC Industrial Training, Inc. Tom Wanke, CFPE, CFPHS, Milwaukee School of Engineering Dave Warner, SMC Corporation of America Gary Warner, CFPECS, Cross Fluid Power Company Todd Welsh, CFPE, CFPS, Hydraquip Custom Systems, Inc. Alan Young, SMC Corporation of America Tim White, CFPAI/AJPP/AJPPCC, CFPS, CFPECS, CFPMIH, CFPMMH, CFPMIP, CFPMT, CFPMM, The Boeing Company Bob Yund, CFPPAI/AJPP/AJPPCC, CFPS, CFPIHT, CFPCC, retired - Hennepin Technical College

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The consideration of which vacuum pump to select is based on many factors. This article explains the fundamental differences between three very common vacuum pump technologies and offers the user a better understanding of what their selection differences are. More often than not, a vacuum user will replace an existing vacuum pump with the exact same one they used before. If this vacuum pump works, then all is well, right? Well, possibly. Just because the vacuum pump works for the application doesn’t necessarily mean it was the best pump choice. The age-old saying of “If it’s not broken, don’t try to fix it” is a common route to undertake and understandably so. But if you have the opportunity to improve it, due to a new installation or faulty pump replacement, then this is the time to get a better understanding of what is actually required of the new pumping equipment. So to offer some real-life pump choices, let’s compare obvious pump technologies with each other based on typical performance metrics and also the comparative “goods and bads” of using one type of pump over another.

Rotary Sliding Vane In general industry, rotary sliding vane pumps, as shown in Fig. 1 and Fig. 2, are very popular, offering the user a good vacuum flow choice from only 1 cfm to beyond 1000 cfm. There are two fundamental choices of rotary sliding vane pumps: one being oil lubricated (Fig. 1) and the other being oil-free (Fig. 2). This description is self-explanatory, but one choice should be selected over the other for one main reason: if you need a higher vacuum level, then choose an oil-lubricated pump. If you don’t need a high vacuum level and if 27"Hg (which is the same as 90 kPa, 100 mbar(a), 76 Torr, or 76 mmHg) is adequate, then do not use a lubricated pump. Why, you might ask, don’t you use a pump that is capable of a high vacuum level but use it at a lower one? It’s a fair question, and the answer

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is because a typical oiled vacuum pump requires a higher vacuum level to stay lubricated. Oil is “pulled” through the vacuum pump under vacuum. Therefore, if you are using an oiled pump at a consistently low vacuum, particularly below 20"Hg, lubrication of the pump will be poor, possibly resulting in damage or even seizure. Another reason is that at a lower vacuum level, an oiled pump could possibly start to “smoke” from the exhaust. This is because the amount of air passing through the pump at a low vacuum level is greater than what the pump’s internal air/oil separator is rated for. Consequently, excessive oil vapor is forced through the filter and creates an oil mist, 1 or smoke, at the pump exhaust. Just because you found an old oiled pump that isn’t being used doesn’t mean it should be. Understand what vacuum level you will generate before pump selection. Don’t forget that it’s not the pump that determines the final vacuum level; it’s the application. If your application is sealed or dead-headed without any external leaks from the atmosphere, then the pump being used will generate its maximum design vacuum level. However, if your system is not airtight—and most aren’t—such as vacuum cup lifting of cardboard cartons, then the pump most likely will not reach its final design vacuum level. If a vacuum system is not generating as high a vacuum level as it was the day before, it’s rarely the fault of the pump. Any air entering the vacuum system will decrease the final vacuum level being pumped down. So, rotary vane pumps. Oil-free models (not lubricated) can be used in the majority of applications requiring a 20-27"Hg vacuum degree. These would be applications such as vacuum cup lifting, paper sheet conveying,


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end-of-arm vacuum grippers, universal vacuum tooling, carton palletizing, and so on. Oiled or lubricated vacuum pumps should be selected for applications where a higher vacuum level is needed, such as vacuum packaging of meats, cheese packaging, vacuum-packed foods and similar products, degassing of liquids, adhesive curing, vacuum clamping, vacuum plastination, vacuum molding, and so on. A typical maximum vacuum level of an oil-lubricated rotary vane pump would be in excess of 29"Hg. Of course, using "Hg as the measurement unit is not appropriate, as this is a differential vacuum level measurement. In higher vacuum level applications, an absolute scale such as mmHg or mbar(a) should be used. Most oil-lubricated models will achieve an absolute pressure of 0.5 mmHG or 0.5 Torr. Some models, designed specifically for high vacuum process applications achieve absolute pressure in the region of 1 x 10-2 mmHg (0.01 mmHg).

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Diaphragm Pumps Diaphragm pumps, as shown in Fig. 3, are normally associated with lower flow vacuum applications, such as standalone medical devices or dental surgeries. Although able to generate vacuum levels in the region of 28.5"Hg, they have a lower flow rate capability compared to rotary vane pumps, topping out at about 4-5 cfm. This is due to the oscillating pumping motion of the diaphragm. A rotary vane pump can spin incredibly fast and has a high surface speed (flow rate) at the vane tip. The reciprocating nature of a diaphragm pump might also be undesirable to the user in respect to the pulsating sound emitted. However, many DC motor diaphragm pumps are available, and this is ideal for mobile equipment and also low-voltage standalone machinery. The compact size of the diaphragm pump and DC motor option lends itself to mobile equipment in particular. The diaphragm membrane and pump head is available in a host of materials to aid

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the user application, and because of this, diaphragm pumps are often used in gas-sampling applications where the pump “sucks” air in and then “blows” it out to be analyzed or tested with zero contamination of the media. This is not possible with rotary vane pumps due to oil contamination and vane wear particulates in oiled and dry pumps respectively.

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Regenerative Blowers Regenerative blowers, as shown in Fig. 4 and Fig. 5, sometimes referred to as “side channel” blowers particularly in Europe, offer very large vacuum flow rates per kW motor power used compared to rotary vane pumps due to the high speed impeller design. As with most things in life, you always have to trade one thing for something else, and in the case of blowers, the final vacuum level achieved could be regarded as poor by some, particularly compared to diaphragm and rotary vane pumps. However, the vacuum level is certainly not the be-all and end-all in vacuum-lifting and material-transfer applications. The vacuum level does not have to be very high. A single-stage regenerative blower has a typical maximum vacuum level of about 6-8"Hg, as shown in Fig. 4, although some manufacturers offer 2-stage or 3-stage models with final vacuum levels in excess of 21"Hg. Fig. 4 and Fig. 5 show a single and a two-stage model respectively. Notice the position of the exhaust port, which visually indicates whether the pump is single or 2-stage. Regenerative blowers also offer a virtually maintenance-free operation except for occasional bearing changes, and if used in conjunction with the correct accessories, such as a vacuum-relief valve, bleeds air into the blower inlet to prevent “over vacuum.” Remember: just because a blower can generate a vacuum of 18"Hg does not mean it’s designed to do so! Fig. 6 illustrates the general comparison of these three pump technologies in respect to their maximum vacuum level and maximum flow rate abilities. Fig. 7 illustrates a comparison of the most popular measurement units used in vacuum generation. This article is intended as a general guide, and as with any industrial application involving machinery choice, independent professional advice should be sought to ensure correct selection and installation.

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weighting in the global index, with output contracting for the first time since September 2009, according to Markit. Interestingly, this reading contrasts with more favorable data from the Institute of Supply Management (ISM). The ISM Manufacturing PMI expanded for the third straight month, up from 50.8 to 51.3. Nonetheless, the most recent jobs numbers suggest that manufacturing’s challenges remain far from over, with cautious business leaders holding back on hiring, at least for now. The top 15 markets for U.S.-manufactured goods were equally divided in May, with seven nations expanding and seven contracting (Belgium does not have a manufacturing PMI for comparison purposes). That represented some progress from April, which had only five markets expanding. South Korea and the United Kingdom saw improvements in May, with both recording expansion just marginally above neutral and the latter brushing off worries about a possible “Brexit.” Voters in the United Kingdom will decide on June 23 whether or not to stay in the European Union. For its part, real GDP in the Eurozone also rebounded in the first quarter of 2016, up 0.6% following a 0.4% gain in the fourth quarter of 2015. Of the seven contracting markets, Brazil fared the worst in May, declining at its fastest pace since February 2009. This, of course, followed recent impeachment proceedings for President Dilma Rousseff. Meanwhile, manufacturing activity in China pulled lower once again in May, falling to a three-month low and contracting for the 15th straight month. We will get new data on industrial production, retail sales, and fixed asset investment on June 12, but recent data reflected ongoing deceleration. For instance, industrial production expanded by 6.0% year-over-year in April, down from 6.8% in March, whereas two years ago, that figure hit 8.7% year-over-year. Fixed asset investment and retail sales followed a similar trend in April. In the first quarter of 2016, the Chinese economy grew 6.7% year-over-year, down from the 6.8% in the fourth quarter. My forecast is for real GDP to expand 6.5%, using official estimates, in 2016. At the same time, emerging markets, which include China, continued to struggle. The Markit Emerging Markets Manufacturing Index remained unchanged at 49.5 in May, holding in negative territory for 13 of the past 14 months. On the positive side, Canada’s manufacturers report modest gains in activity outside of energy regions. The RBC Canadian Manufacturing PMI declined from 52.2 to 52.1, but even with a slight easing, this marks the third consecutive monthly expansion in manufacturing activity. April’s reading

showed the fastest pace since December 2014, with May’s report not far from that level. As with prior releases, manufacturers in Alberta and British Columbia remained weak due to reduced energy prices, with other regions of Canada expanding at a more decent pace. The Canadian economy improved in the first quarter of 2016, growing 2.4% at the annual rate, up from 0.5% in the fourth quarter of 2015. Yet, manufacturing output and retail sales were softer than desired in March. Global headwinds have hampered the goal of increasing international demand. Using non-seasonably adjusted data, U.S.-manufactured goods exports totaled $342.72 billion year-to-date in April, down 7.5% from $370.51 billion in April 2015. Moreover, exports fell for the top four markets of U.S.-manufactured goods, including Canada, Mexico, China, and Japan. Exports to the European Union were also off, even as the fifth-largest market, the United Kingdom, experienced slight growth. Overall, the U.S. trade deficit edged higher in April, with growth in goods imports outpacing the gain in goods exports. One bright spot in the data: the April petroleum deficit of $3.13 billion hit its lowest point since February 1999. The NAM strongly welcomed the enactment of a new Miscellaneous Tariff Bill (MTB) that will finally allow manufacturers to seek tariff relief for products not available in the United States. Work continues to intensify on action on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and Senate consideration of the nominee to the Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank board. Manufacturers also continued to promote strong outcomes in other negotiations and to address foreign barriers and other market distortion in India and China. Manufacturers celebrated World Trade Month with lots of activity and commentary in the face of continuing opposition to strong trade agreements and policies from major presidential candidates. Excerpt reprinted with permission. For the full report, which includes links to the press releases used to compile this information, visit www.nam.org.

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JESS PENNY is general manager of sales for Penny Hydraulics, Ltd., a lifting-equipment manufacturer in the United Kingdom. Her role is to develop and implement the company’s sales and marketing strategy, and she is responsible for revenue generation across the vehicle mounted lifting equipment range in the UK and overseas. Penny Hydraulics is a family business, and Ms. Penny is a third-generation family member. She is a marketing graduate with eight years of industry experience.

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PHIL WYREMBELSKI has more than 40 years of experience in the electrical industry. Before his current role as business development manager at Danfoss Drives, Mr. Wyrembelski held positions including business lead – food and beverage, drives sales leader, and high-power business lead. He has presented numerous technical papers in the area of automation.

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FRANK LANGRO is director of marketing and product development at Festo, where he has represented the company in multiple areas of support for the advancement of fluid power. He has participated in the development of national and global standards as a member of the NFPA, and he represents Festo as an Industrial Advisory Board member for CCEFP. Mr. Langro holds four patents in fluid power and attained a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Hofstra University.

MATT HARMEYER is product manager of advanced technologies for PHD, Inc., a manufacturer of actuators for industrial automation. His role is to monitor industry and market trends as they apply to future PHD plastic packaging components and clamp product lines, and he is responsible for the engineering development of those product lines. Mr. Harmeyer has a Mechanical Engineering Technology degree from Purdue University with 20 years of industry experience.


PENNY: Speaking from the point of view of a business with over 35 years of experience in our field, the single market has massively simplified trade within Europe, raised standards, lowered prices, and brought Europe much closer together. With the referendum drawing close, we are currently going through a period of considerable uncertainty in the UK even though the economic situation is good. The UK could face years of uncertainty as treaties are unpicked and new ones negotiated. If trade deals were less favorable than they are now, then some major manufacturers may move out of the UK. So although the projections are good for Penny Hydraulics, the importance of remaining within the EU should not be overlooked. Should we depart from the EU, we may not just see the rate of growth deteriorate, but we may also see a decline. WYREMBELSKI: In general, no. During the past five years, the Gross Domestic Product has been under 2.5%, and with an adjusted GDP for the first quarter of 2016 at .08, manufacturers are reluctant to grow and expand. Investment programs have almost come to a stop, and resource reduction will come into play if the economy stays at its present level. LANGRO: I believe many companies are preparing to be in a position to capitalize on the expected upswing in the U.S. market that may come later in 2016 and into 2017. The manufacturing companies are demanding more flexibility and intelligence in their capital equipment expenditures, challenging the OEMs to come up with new concepts and evaluate new technologies. Manufacturers are constantly striving for greater operational efficiencies. HARMEYER: Yes. The U.S. manufacturing base grew rapidly coming out of the recession, but growth has slowed. However, manufacturing is still on the rise, and with the past as a guide, manufacturers should be prepared to address continued growth requirements that they have experienced over the last five years.

PENNY: During the recession, there was a vast reduction in commercial vehicles being manufactured, which saw a downturn in the need for vehicle mounted lifting equipment. Vehicle mounted cranes and loading platforms was our core business, and therefore this could have potentially been catastrophic for us. At the same time during the recession, we saw a definite rise in our goods lift division, as there was a trend for business owners to expand and develop their existing premises rather than undertake the larger investment to move premises at a time of major financial uncertainty. This meant, in a lot of cases, that business owners were having a mezzanine floor installed in their buildings for extra storage or work space, which then meant there was a requirement for a lift to move goods to and from this area. Our goods lift division is now a key growth area for us. The downturn of the coal mining industry in the UK resulted in a fall in sales of our hydraulic roof supports and other mining products, and triggered our subsequent expansion into mechanical handling for the nuclear power industry, resulting in the “Penny nuclear” division being setup. WYREMBELSKI: A few areas of growth will fall into four different segments: data, food & beverage, chemical & plastic, and automotive. Almost every new device developed today has the need to store information or communicate with one another. Data centers globally are expanding annually because of the thousands of new nodes added to the world’s networks daily. The economy seldom affects food and beverage, so if it’s not growing, it’s usually stable. Chemical and plastic is another strong industry segment that is usually stable, if not growing, in the best or worst of times. Automotive is on the verge of becoming a growth industry at minimum sustaining. During the last 10 years, many vehicle owners have kept their vehicles longer than ever before, but now the need for new purchases is coming. Also the need for continuous quality improvements and innovation will help drive market share. So upgrades and new expansion will keep this industry strong. As for manufacturing segments today, oil & gas, and metal & mining are a few segments showing decline. When speaking of declining industries, these segments often rely on one another, such as marine support for offshore oil and gas. The oil and gas segment has been www.IFPS.org • Manufacturers Directory 2016 • www.FluidPowerJournal.com

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significantly affected by supply and demand— too much supply and too little demand. As mentioned earlier, a weak demand globally for energy products is due to the slowdown in economic global growth. With weak demand comes a lower price, which equals lower profits, which causes resource and monetary reductions. Mining and metals falls into a similar pattern where precious metals are negatively affected when global economies slow down and consumers stop buying. The need for iron, copper, lead – and let us not count out the precious metals gold, silver, rhenium, ruthenium, etc., which

are used in the manufacturing of heavy products, as well as electronic, plating, and coatings – all suffer with weak economies. LANGRO: Clearly the U.S. oil and gas industry has faced many challenges with the current low price of oil. This has cut into extraction and minimized the need for equipment. The print industry continues to be negatively impacted by digital media platforms, which further reduces equipment needs. The packaging industry remains quite stable in growth as packagers look at how to make packaging lighter and reduce waste. The gains

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throughout the supply chain from this can be significant and has been an incentive for machine builders to improve their equipment offerings. Also, automation in the medical lab market continues to grow as the demand rises for new drugs and diagnostic testing. The constant flow of new products and technology in consumer electronics has created shorter product lifecycles and increased the demand for highly automated yet flexible machines. Another industry with a backlog of orders is the airline industry. The opportunity is available for automation to increase the productivity of these manufacturers. HARMEYER: Automation is growing. With the increase in healthcare costs gripping many manufacturers, they are looking to automate manufacturing processes to support growth while maintaining a level workforce volume.

PENNY: Manufacturing faces increased regulation and compliance measures. Regulations can be a huge burden to manufacturing companies, especially small and medium enterprises that perhaps don’t have the money or resources to implement any required changes. Even for larger organizations, regulations may vary from country to country, which may prove challenging. More than ever before, manufacturers must ensure total visibility throughout their supply chain for their own compliance and that of their suppliers. Regulations often require the ability to track items and materials used during the full manufacturing process. This can be time-consuming work. Awareness of relevant regulations, managing compliance reporting, and traceability is an ongoing challenge for manufacturers, and many companies now dedicate whole teams to stay ahead of new rules and ensure the necessary paper trails are in place. With innovation and product development being key to any successful manufacturer to stay ahead of the competition, it may be tempting to compromise on quality. Manufacturers must be stringent and avoid cutting corners at all costs. Implementing procedures that maintain a steady flow of new ideas in the pipeline is essential to success. WYREMBELSKI: One challenge is to have a workforce available to grow technical industries because, in the next 5 to 10 years, many of the skilled trades and technology workforce will retire. Another is to stay ahead of the Internet of Things. We need to be educated and be willing to proactively join the conversation. LANGRO: Aside from the political uncertainty in the U.S. hampering business decisions, the technology challenges are coming from two directions. One major challenge is how to bring the potential of smart manufacturing or the Industrial


Internet of Things (IIoT) into reality on the shop floor. The other challenge is to teach workers the proper skill-sets required to operate and maintain advanced manufacturing equipment. The IIoT opens up the possibility of advanced diagnostics and remote monitoring and control that can impact not only machine productivity but also improve the efficiency of the supply chain. A challenge here is the concern with data security. Clearly some of the recent highly public security breaches, such as what occurred at the Sony Corp., have created concern among manufacturers about the efficiency of having operational data and process control parameters remotely accessible through the Internet. Threats from outside the organization can only be overcome through implementation of diligent security measures, which means the companies will need certain infrastructures in place to put the power of IIoT into action. Not all companies have this security in place. The second major technology challenge is providing the workforce with the skills necessary to operate and maintain the high-tech manufacturing equipment increasingly prevalent in today’s manufacturing plants. Training and continuous education of the workforce is really the only way to prepare employees for the challenges they will face. There are primarily two educational sources that companies can leverage. Industrial companies, such as Festo, offer training in the various manufacturing skills necessary to maintain and operate machines. Another solution is to work with local community colleges to provide curriculum specifically suited to the manufacturers in the local region. Central Piedmont Community College in the Charlotte, N.C. area, for example, has worked with companies to develop a program suited to the needs of the local manufacturers. This approach is modeled on the successful apprenticeship system practiced in Germany.

PENNY: Most manufacturing companies are committed to minimizing the environmental impact of their operations and products through the adoption of sustainable practices and continuous improvement in environmental performance. For one, being able to demonstrate a sound environmental and sustainable policy is a pre-requisite to working with most blue-chip companies. While it is undeniably good news for the local environment and employee wellbeing, sustainability and environmental regulations can be expensive for manufacturing firms. Manufacturers need to be aware of these costs when outlining their quarterly budgets. WYREMBELSKI: Most of our larger manufacturers are buying what is available to improve their positions as energy efficiency

demands grow. Whether it’s lighting, motors, or gearing with variable-speed drives, U.S. companies apply these technologies daily. Can we do better? Yes, and we need to continue to educate ourselves and our customers on available solutions. LANGRO: I believe that manufacturers are continuously searching for savings and areas where they can improve their bottom line. We have seen machine builders take steps to be more precise in their selection of components to ensure minimizing energy usage. At Festo, where we specialize in industrial automation

solutions, we are often asked by manufacturers to review their installed equipment and look for ways to generate operational savings. Sometimes this can be achieved through simple isolation of certain parts of the machine during downtime. HARMEYER: U.S. energy prices are low relative to many other industrialized countries. Due to low energy costs, I feel that the U.S. lags many other countries regarding reducing energy usage. Therefore, I do not believe there is enough pressure for manufacturers to reduce energy costs.

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PENNY: The promotion of engineering as a brilliant and exciting career needs to start at an early age. We do our part by organizing school visits from primary and secondary schools. Five work experience placements are offered per year, and typically it is the pupils from the village school who take these placements. We also have involvement with the local colleges, such as Chesterfield College, sponsoring their Engineering Department Celebration of Achievement event. It is well known that there is a national shortfall of engineers, and it is becoming increasingly difficult for us to find good candidates. It is a big challenge for small and medium enterprises to attract high-caliber engineers when we have to compete against the large, prestigious blue-chip companies that are attractive to graduates. For almost a decade, Penny Hydraulics has been involved with Sheffield Hallam University as part of its Knowledge Transfer Partnership Scheme. This has enabled us to offer valuable industry experience to engineers with little or no practical experience and recruit high-caliber graduates to run well-defined projects within our company.

WYREMBELSKI: Here are some thoughts: ƒƒ Pay a proper skilled trades wage to those who qualify. ƒƒ Provide skilled training at the high school level before graduation. Start early. ƒƒ Promote college, but not as the “only” alternative for a quality life. ƒƒ Continue to support the re-shoring efforts to bring good manufacturing jobs back to this country. ƒƒ Be relevant. Expand your digital presence. Promote your brand…who you are. Have fun. LANGRO: The new technology on the plant floors brings new opportunities to the plant workers; continued education is the way to keep workers productive and engaged. It is never too early to foster and cultivate an interest in technology. There are various programs, such as FIRST Robotics and the NFPA’s Fluid Power Challenge, both of which offer high school students a chance to gain first-hand experience with fluid power and automation technology. Events such as Manufacturing Day, where companies give tours and discuss the role they play in manufacturing, help to create the awareness of careers in manufacturing. In each of these cases, it is important

for today’s professionals to help inspire tomorrow’s workforce. HARMEYER: The best way to handle the workforce crisis in manufacturing is with education, both for young people entering the workforce and for seasoned workforce veterans who need or want to increase their skill-set to keep up with changing technology. Employee education reimbursement programs are an effective method to do so. We must teach young students that STEM-related professions are great, satisfying careers that pay well. Engineering degrees command the highest wages of any four-year degree. Engineering-focused programs and extracurricular activities in high school is a great start. Kids watch a lot of television, which glamorizes investigators, doctors, and lawyers. Have you seen a controls engineer as the focus of a television show? This is why it is imperative to educate young students in school about how they can contribute to society as an engineer. Most kids don’t know that engineers developed the smartphones, tablets, and televisions that they use every day.

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Chapter 5 Boat Cruise The IFPS Chapter 5 May meeting took place on Lady of the Lake cruise on Lake Minnetonka. It was a beautiful night with great food and conversation. Over 60 people attended the event that recognized Ernie Parker, CFPAI and Bob Yund, CFPAI as they retired from their Fluid Power Engineering Technology faculty positions at Hennepin Technical College. Chapter 5 meetings will begin again in the fall. Check emails for the time and location of the next meeting.

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Efficient consumption of energy is one of the key concerns around the world. With increasing use of electronics in mobile hydraulic machines, designers are able to develop smarter, more efficient hydraulic systems. We’ll discuss several different systems and learn ways to save power and boost productivity in this workshop.

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A discount hotel rate of $159.00 + tax /night has been secured for all IFPS members attending the meeting. In order to take advantage of the discounted rate, hotel reservations must be made by August 19, 2016. Reservations can be made online (visit www.ifps.org) or by calling the Hotel Phillips (be sure to mention group name – International Fluid Power Society to secure the group discount).

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AVAILABLE IFPS CERTIFICATIONS

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Calendar of events IFPS Meeting Dates

Web Seminars

February 20-24, 2017 2017 Spring Meeting • Orlando, FL September 25-29, 2017 2017 Annual Meeting • Location tba February 26 - March 2, 2018 2018 Spring Meeting • Location tba September 24-28 2018 2018 Annual Meeting • Location tba

August 18, 2016 • 12 pm-1 pm EST Troubleshooting Electro-hydraulic Amplifier Systems Presented by Ken Dulinski, CFPAI Macomb Community College

December 8, 2016 • 12 pm-1 pm EST Proportional Directional Control Valve Systems for Mobile Hydraulics Presented by Randall Bobbitt, CFPS, Danfoss

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October 20, 2016 • 12 pm-1 pm EST Machine Safety Overview (pneumatic focus) Presented by Jon Jensen, CFPAI, SMC Corp. of America

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CERTIFICATION REVIEW ONLINE PROGRAM

CONGRATULATIONS! Newly Certified Accredited Instructors (AI), Authorized Job Performance Proctors (AJPP), and Connector & Conductor Job Performance Proctors (AJPPCC): Steve Bogush, CFPS CFPAI/AJPP - AMT Ronald “Jake” Staples, CFPMHM, CFPAI/ AJPP – CFC Industrial Training, Inc. Michael Christmas, CFPPT, CFPPM, CFPIHT, CFPIHM, CFPAJPP, Alcoa Mill Products, Inc. Mark Rudnik, MHM, CFPCC, CFPAJPPCC - Pirtek USA - Avon Gregory Balzer, CFPS, CFPIHM, CFPAI/ AJPP - CFC Industrial Training, Inc. Howard Muirhead, CFPCC,CFPAJPPCC - Pirtek USA Pierre Pineault, CFPIHM, CFPS, CFPAI, CFPAJPP/CC - Eastern Fluid Power Craig Gelardi, CFPCC, CFPAJPPCC Pirtek USA - Lake Wright

Completing an IFPS Review Training program is easy with Live Distance Learning. An instructor will engage you 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 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. More information can be found by visiting www.ifps.org or by calling 800-308-6005. Registration Deadline is September 27, 2016. Hydraulic Specialist Fall 2016 Tuesdays and Thursdays October 4, 6, 11, 13 Pneumatic Specialist - Fall 2016 Mondays and Wednesdays October 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19

CERTIFICATION REVIEW TRAINING TEST DATE (WRITTEN & JP)

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Fairfield, OH

October 24-27, 2016

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IFPS UPDATES

IFPS Certification Testing Locations ALABAMA Auburn, AL Birmingham, AL Decatur, AL Huntsville, AL Jacksonville, AL Mobile, AL Montgomery, AL Normal, AL Tuscaloosa, AL ALASKA Anchorage, AK Fairbanks, AK ARIZONA Flagstaff, AZ Glendale, AZ Mesa, AZ Phoenix, AZ Prescott, AZ Safford, AZ Scottsdale, AZ Sierra Vista, AZ Tempe, AZ Thatcher, AZ Tucson, AZ Yuma, AZ ARKANSAS Bentonville, AR Hot Springs, AR Little Rock, AR CALIFORNIA Aptos, CA Arcata, CA Bakersfield, CA Commerce, CA Encinitas, CA Fresno, CA Irvine, CA Marysville, CA Riverside, CA Sacramento, CA Salinas, CA San Diego, CA San Jose, CA San Luis Obispo, CA Santa Ana, CA Santa Maria, CA Santa Rosa, CA Yucaipa, CA COLORADO Aurora, CO Boulder, CO Centennial, CO Colorado Springs, CO Denver, CO Durango, CO Ft. Collins, CO Greeley, CO Lakewood, CO Littleton, CO Pueblo, CO DELAWARE Dover, DE Georgetown, DE Newark, DE

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

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

Testing dates for all locations: AUGUST 2016 Tuesday, 8/2 • Thursday, 8/18 SEPTEMBER 2016 Tuesday, 9/6 • Thursday, 9/22 OCTOBER 2016 Tuesday, 10/4 • Thursday, 10/20 NOVEMBER 2016 Tuesday, 11/1 • Thursday, 11/17 DECEMBER 2016 Tuesday, 12/6 • Thursday, 12/22

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NEF UPDATES

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College Students Take Over-Engineering to the Next Level…and More! The National Engineering Forum (NEF)’s Meagan Campion was among the judges at the collegiate-level Rube Goldberg Machine Contest at the Center of Science and Industry in Columbus, Ohio, this past spring. As the organization’s website defines it, a Rube Goldberg machine is “an overly complex contraption, designed with humor and a narrative, to accomplish a single task.” Goldberg was trained as an engineer and was a prolific cartoonist who created an estimated 50,000 cartoons in his lifetime, but he never actually built one of the comically complicated machines. Teams honor Mr. Goldberg’s legacy and their own creativity with the annual competition to build the most elaborate and hilarious Rube Goldberg machine. The goal this year was to over-engineer a contraption that would open an umbrella. The University of Wisconsin Barron County Future Engineers took first place, the Purdue Society of Professional Engineers came in second, and the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign rounded out the top three.

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NEF UPDATES

NEF Dialogue Series Drives Solutions Beginning in 2012, NEF regional dialogues served as the catalyst for robust discussions across the nation focusing on the challenges facing American engineering. Those conversations among engineers, academicians, leaders of business and industry, students, media, and government representatives generated dozens of actionable recommendations for addressing each of the 3C’s—Capacity, Capability, and Competitiveness. NEF is now distilling those ideas down to their common themes to reveal actionable, practical ideas. Later this year, the organization will publish a report summing up the entire dialogue series and issuing a call to action to engineers, business leaders, government officials, and academicians. This exciting next phase will enable the NEF to move from identifying challenges to implementing solutions.

WHAT’S YOUR #ENSPIRATION? Starting in Summer 2016, the NEF is asking “What’s Your #Enspiration?” Share your photos of those “A-ha!” engineering moments with #Enspiration on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and celebrate how engineering makes a difference. And don’t forget our favorite hashtag, #IamAnEngineer for your selfies. Together with the NEF, you can elevate the conversation by making engineering more visible on social media. Follow @NatlEnForum on Twitter for more EngiKnow facts and other engineering news you need to know. For more information: In 2012, Lockheed Martin launched the National Engineering Forum in partnership with the Council on Competitiveness and the National Academy of Engineering, which share a common vision for transforming the way we perceive, experience, and prioritize engineering in the United States. Visit www.nationalengineeringforum.com.


FPDA UPDATES

Navigating Today for Tomorrow’s Opportunities FPDA/ISD JOINT INDUSTRY SUMMIT • SEPTEMBER 18-21, 2016 • WESTIN SAVANNAH, SAVANNAH, GA

Planning for the future means making conscious decisions now. At this year’s FPDA-ISD Summit, attendees will be given the information and tools they need to make the right decisions for their companies’ future. To prepare for the future, you need to shape it, and this program is dotted with the movers and shakers who can help you shape your company for greater success: ƒƒ Today more than ever before, CEOs and other top-level executives need to understand what is going on in the world. Key trends in politics, economics, and even culture have an impact on every business, and to manage effectively, executives must know what these trends are, how they will affect our economy, and what opportunities these trends may generate for their own companies. Herb Meyer’s opening keynote will uncover these key trends. ƒƒ Dr. Al Bates will take an in-depth dive into what really impacts profit. ƒƒ Attendees will explore “Value-Added Selling in a Tough Economy” with Paul Reilly. ƒƒ Get a lobbyist’s preview of the 2017 Presidential Administration’s Business Landscape with a regulatory/legislative/political outlook with Jade West, senior vice president – government relations, with the National Association of Wholesalers-Distributors. ƒƒ In his closing keynote, nationally known Ross Bernstein will discuss

“The Champion’s Code: Building Relationships Through Life Lessons of Integrity and Accountability from the Sports World to the Business World.” ƒƒ The FPDA Business Sessions offers a unique Member-to-Member Session, where three distributors will discuss their social media best practices, vendor strategy, and the Fluid Power Challenge. Joe Calvello of Cleveland Research will provide an industrial distribution outlook, and Frank Hurtte of River Heights Consulting will explore the future of fluid power distribution. Attendees will also learn about the new FPDA Mentoring Program, and much more. A variety of networking opportunities will round out a robust, informationand action-packed program. The 2016 FPDA-ISD Joint Industry Summit will assist delegates in navigating the uncertain waters of today, to ensure success and opportunity tomorrow. FPDA, headquartered in Annapolis, Md., is the professional network for fluid power, automation, and motion technology providers dedicated to significantly enhancing member and channel performance by delivering indispensible networking, education, and success strategies. For more information, contact Patricia Lilly, FPDA executive director, at plilly@fpda. org or visit www.fpda.org.

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COMPRESSED AIR EFFICIENCY

USES OF STORAGE

FIG. 2: Additional storage can make your compressor more efficient. Source: Compressed Air Challenge

BY RON MARSHALL for the Compressed Air Challenge

Compressed air storage is an important part of any compressed air system. Air receivers help ensure better air quality, can lower your air compressor power consumption, and can help keep the system pressure constant. The installation of properly sized storage tanks can help your compressed air-powered machines work better, making plant production operations more reliable. Five valuable uses of compressed air storage are discussed in this article.

COOLING AND WATER SEPARATION FIG. 1: Local storage can stabilize pressure at production machines. Source: Compressed Air Challenge

The air produced by air compressors is often hot and completely saturated with water. This air and water mixture can overwhelm your air dryers, allowing wet air to contaminate downstream components. First passing the flow through a storage receiver allows the air to cool and the entrained water to separate out within the low-velocity “quiet zone” of the vessel. As a rule of thumb, every 20°F of cooling drops the water content in half. The water that condenses and falls to the bottom of the tank can then be removed by automatic drains.

STABILIZING PRESSURE The larger the system storage capacity, the more stable the system pressure during periods of high demand. Consider a system with only 120 gallons of storage. A compressed air demand that exceeds the capacity of the installed compressor by 30 cfm will pull the system pressure down by 27 psi in one minute. If the storage receiver were five times bigger,

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the pressure would only drop by about 5 psi for the same flow event. Having a more stable pressure allows the system pressure to be set lower because you don’t need to compensate for low-pressure events, saving about 1% compressor power for every 2-psi pressure reduction.

COMPRESSOR CONTROL Large system storage can make the compressors run more efficiently. If you have lubricated

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screw compressors running in load/unload mode, the addition of storage capacity reduces the number of times per minute the compressor will cycle. Each time the compressor cycles, it must release air in its oil separator only to charge it back up when it reloads—not an efficient operation. A 30-hp compressor rated at 120 cfm with a 120-gallon receiver will cycle inefficiently over 160 times per minute. Installing a 660-gallon tank or larger for this size of compressor will reduce the cycles to less than


30 per minute and reduce the power consumption by 10% or more (Fig. 1).

PROTECT CRITICAL USES Sometimes individual compressed air use is particularly sensitive to pressure fluctuations. It could be something like a clamping application or perhaps a clutch for a drive mechanism. If the system pressure varies excessively, there may be problems with these applications because a constant, reliable pressure is needed. In these cases, a properly sized local storage receiver with a check valve can be installed to protect sensitive applications. The check valve traps pressure in the storage receiver for the exclusive use of the local application. This allows main system pressure to vary for short periods of time, but protects sensitive applications.

REDUCE HIGH-VOLUME USES Once in a while, a system will have a compressed air demand that uses a large volume of compressed air in a short period of time. This demand might hit the system and overwhelm the system compressors, causing low pressure that might negatively affect other pressure-sensitive compressed air loads. This almost always causes system pressures to be set much higher than needed, causing the compressors to consume more energy (Fig. 2). System storage receiver capacity can be applied to average out the effect of large, high-volume system demands so the compressors can operate at normal pressure, not affecting sensitive loads. For example, if the previous 30-hp, 120-cfm system with 120 gallons was hit with a 30-second – 240-cfm compressed air demand every five minutes, a 120-cubic foot event, the system pressure might drop by 80 psi during each load cycle. If 660 gallons of compressed air storage were added for the exclusive use of the event, the pressure would only drop by about 20 psi at the large user. The compressed air could be replenished between cycles in 4.5 minutes at a flow of only 27 cfm through a needle valve so that the receiver is full of air just before the next event. If this were done, it is possible other compressed air users would not see any pressure decay during the large event. Compressed air storage can benefit compressed air systems in many ways. It is a rare case indeed where there is too much compressed air storage capacity. Consider adding storage to your system for better efficiency to save operating costs and increase system reliability.

LEARN MORE about system storage at one of the Compressed Air Challenge seminars or download a fact sheet from the website library. For a schedule of events, see www.compressedairchallenge.org.

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INTRODUCTION TO HYDRAULICS

By Dr. Medhat Khalil, Ph.D., CFPHS, CFPAI, Milwaukee School of Engineering

Fail-safe design strategy must be applied in designing a hydraulic system. This design strategy considers many safety issues that secure the operative and non-operative conditions of the machines. This article series will cover the basic safety and energy-saving requirements of a hydraulic system. It also presents ideas for motion control of a single hydraulic actuator against resistive and overrunning loads, multiple hydraulic actuators in parallel and series, speed control of a hydraulic actuator, boosting speeds of a hydraulic actuator, sequence of operation, and hydrostatic transmissions. In this introductory article, we will focus on the essential safety issues, e.g., limiting the maximum pressure in the system, anticavitation checks, and load port checks.

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Pressure Limiting There are two common solutions to limit the maximum pressure in a hydraulic system. The straightforward solution is to use a pressure relieving valve (PRV) with a fixed-displacement pump. The other solution that offers better energy savings is to use a pressure-compensated pump. The upper left part of Fig. 1 shows an example of a fixed-displacement pump that is sized to discharge 30 liter/min. The pump is protected by a PRV set to 200 bar. At no load, the pump discharges its maximum flow at a negligible pressure. The upper right part of Fig. 1 shows an example of a pressure-compensated pump that is sized to discharge a maximum of 30 liter/min. The pressure compensator is set to a maximum pressure of 200 bar. A backup PRV is used to protect the pump in case the pump controller fails. The backup PRV should be set higher than the compensator of the pump. At no load, the pump discharges its maximum flow rate at a negligible pressure. The lower left diagram in Fig. 1 shows that, at blocked load, when the full flow of the fixed pump will go through the PRV, pressure is limited to a maximum of 200 bar set at the PRV. In such a case, the full output power of the pump is wasted in the form of heat. The lower right diagram in Fig. 1 shows that, at a blocked load, the pump compensator fully de-strokes the pump and maintains the maximum pressure so that very little energy is wasted. The backup PRV should be set around 5-10% higher than the pump compensator. In such a system, setting of the pump compensator versus the backup PRV is a challenge. The backup PRV must be set before setting the pump compensator. The step-by-step setting procedure is as follows: 1. Keep the PRV fully opened. 2. Keep the pump compensator fully closed. 3. Turn ON the pump with the pump outlet blocked. 4. Gradually close the PRV to the high setting value.

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Anti-Cavitation and Load Port Checks

5. Gradually open the pump compensator until the pump pressure is lowered to the required value. Changing the direction of motion of an actuator, while it is connected to an external load, may result in pressure spikes. If the actuator is cycled very frequently, the pressure spikes fatigue the actuator and hydraulic lines. Fig. 2 shows how auxiliary pressure-relief valves are used to protect the two sides of a cylinder and a motor, consecutively, in industrial applications.

Fig. 3 also shows two auxiliary pressure-relief valves to protect a hydraulic cylinder in mobile applications. The only difference is that, in mobile machines, the pressure-relief valves are built inside the control block. Hydraulic actuators, cylinders, or motors are most likely subject to overrunning load. Therefore, as shown in the figure, two check valves are included in the hydraulic lines to act as anti-cavitation valves.

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Fig. 2: Auxiliary pressure-relief valves to protect the hydraulic lines in industrial applications

Fig. 3: Auxiliary PRVs, anti-cavitation, and load port checks in mobile applications

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They connect the hydraulic lines to the reservoir in order to compensate for possible negative pressure and to avoid building cavitation in the actuator. The purpose of the pressure port check valve is to hold the negative load during switching the valve from one position to the other and to prevent possible jerky movement at the load side. Fig. 4 shows a sectional view of a control block that has a built-in pressure port check valve and anti-cavitation valves.

This chapter excerpt is taken from the book, Introduction to Hydraulics for Industry Professionals, Hydraulic Systems Volume 1, 1st edition. Dr. Medhat Kahlil, Ph.D., CFPHS, CFPAI, is director of professional education and research development, Applied Technology Center, at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). The book is distributed for free to MSOE seminar attendees. www.IFPS.org • Manufacturers Directory 2016 • www.FluidPowerJournal.com

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Donation Dollars At Work The FPEF awarded ten $2,000 scholarships to individuals pursuing fluid power education. Listed here are five of our winners. Watch the upcoming issues for the other scholarship winners.

Underwritten by Danfoss

Richard Bardos Memorial Scholarship

 

“I would like to thank FPEF for their generous donation towards continuing my education. It will help me pay for my education so I can focus more on doing well in my classes.”

“I am honored to be a recipient of this scholarship and recognition. I am thankful for the help it will be in continuing my education in the fluid power field.”

Eric Herbers, Iowa State University

Derrick Dryden, Spokane Community College

Raymond F. Hanley Memorial Scholarship

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Professor Emeritus Joseph A. Wendel Memorial Scholarship

 

“It gives me great pride to have received the Raymond F. Hanley Memorial Scholarship through the FPEF. On top of receiving financial support as a student, the moral support and sense of camaraderie I have received from the FPEF solidifies that I am entering a career with a steadfast group of people who want to see each other succeed.” 

“As a college student living in a family of 11 people, it is difficult for me to get help to pay for college. With the scholarship from the Fluid Power Educational Foundation, I will be able to accomplish my goal of pursuing a career in fluid power. Without such an opportunity I would be consumed in debt after college.”

“Attending school full time has forced certain financial sacrifices on my family. The award I have received has greatly eased the burden and validated my decision to enter the fluid power industry. This scholarship is a true indication that a motivated individual can find success and reward in the field of fluid power. Thank you.”

Luis Barredo - Hennepin Technical College, Brooklyn Park Campus

Ryan Siefker, The Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute

David Dombrowsky— Hennepin Technical College, Brooklyn Park Campus

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FPEF FUNDRAISING INITIATIVE THAT GIVES MONEY FPEF raised over $2,500 (more than enough for a full scholarship) with its 2016 Calendar Lottery. One fluid power student will receive a scholarship in April. One weekly lottery winner won $50, and one monthly lottery winner won $100. It’s not too late to get in on the action! You can buy your calendar anytime this year; the sooner you do, the better chance you’ll have of winning. Visit www.fpef.org.

JULY 2016 WINNERS $100 - Adam Adame – Victorville, CA $50 - Terrence Giblin – E. Syracuse, NY $50 - Jose Garcia – Lafayette, IN $50 - Tom Blansett – Wyandotte, MI $50 - Aaron Thompson – Sarasota, FL $50 - Ben Jones – Lizton, IN

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The Fluid Power Educational Foundation is a non-profit foundation committed to stimulate, advance, and support the science of hydraulic and pneumatic technology through educational initiatives at all levels. The FPEF is wholly supported by fluid power industry firms, associations, and individuals which enables FPEF to bring fluid power to students of all grade levels. For more information visit www.fpef.org or call 856-424-8998.

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NFPA UPDATES

Industry/University Engagement Summit Highlights Research Potential More than 50 members of industry and academia attended the Industry/University Engagement Summit June 6 - 8 at Iowa State University. The main feature of the event was fluid power research presentations, including ones on newly funded research projects, many of which are in their beginning stages. Topics ranged from innovative designs for fluid power components to noise transmission in pumps to magnetic filtration for hydraulic fluids. Attendees from both industry and academia offered their feedback and suggestions to help shape the research projects in sometimes lively discussions after each presentation and during networking time. In addition to new research presentations and discussion, the Summit also featured presentations on more established projects with commercialization potential, like the variable-displacement linkage pump and industrial pneumatics strain energy accumulator projects, both born out of research projects at the CCEFP. Attendees also enjoyed tours of Iowa State laboratories, reviews of the preliminary Project AME 3D Excavator design, and updates from the CCEFP regarding developments in obtaining government grants and choosing research directions. The slides for the presentations and updates are available for download at http://nfpahub.com/events/ccefp-industry-universityengagement-summit. Tune in to the CCEFP Webinar Series to learn more about these fluid power research initiatives.

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EXCAVATOR CAB OF THE FUTURE DESIGN CONTEST WINNER ANNOUNCED The student engineering team from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign won the cab design contest for the 3-D printed excavator to be put on display at IFPE and CONEXPO-CON/AGG in Las Vegas in March 2017. The team was one of many from across the country to submit a futuristic cab and human machine interface design. Design submissions were judged by industry experts. Members of the winning team will receive a $2,000 cash prize from the NFPA and have the opportunity to see their design printed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). The contest was sponsored by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, NFPA, ORNL, the National Science Foundation (NSF), and the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP). The finished excavator will be the first to use 3-D printed steel and is part of the 2017 show theme, “Imagine What’s Next.” Attendees will also be able to see 3-D printing in action at the show. The NSF awarded the CCEFP a grant to 3-D print a full-scale operational excavator to display at the shows, and the ORNL Manufacturing Demonstration Facility will print the machine. Teams from Georgia Tech and the University of Minnesota are working on the excavator design for 3-D manufacturing.

NFPA HELPS ISO WORK TOWARD FLUID POWER ENERGY EFFICIENCY STANDARDS

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Utilizing a new process for determining positions of public advocacy for standardization initiatives, the NFPA Board of Directors recently adopted the following position: “The fluid power industry needs a standardized way to measure the energy consumption and efficiency of fluid power components and systems. As energy efficiency increasingly becomes a driver in fluid power’s core customer markets, such standards would provide an objective method for determining the efficiency contributions of fluid power products and for bringing new technologies more quickly to market.” Work in this important area has been going on for some time in the various committees and task forces that produce international fluid power standards. Since November 2013, for example, an ad hoc group of the U.S. TAG to ISO/TC 131 for Fluid Power Systems led by John Berninger, TC 131 past chairperson and Parker Hannifin retiree, has met both at the national and international level to suggest proposals for adding component power loss measurement to current standards. As a result of these activities, there are currently five active proposals being pursued for addressing energy consumption and efficiency in fluid power components—one each in the areas of hydraulic filters, hydraulic valves, pneumatic valves, hydraulic cylinders, and hydraulic pumps. A sixth area, pneumatic cylinders, is also starting to gain some traction. NFPA will continue to look for ways to advance these activities forward. In our interactions with public-policy professionals and wider industry networks, we will be speaking out about the need for these standards and, where appropriate, convening forums where interested parties—in and out of the ISO structure—can explore ways to advance the initiative.

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o many celebrations – barbecues, luncheons, pizza parties, and Fluid Power Professionals’ Day cookies! The IFPS celebrated by randomly selecting three members to receive an IFPS promo package including a one-year free membership and free meeting registration! Congratulations to IFPS Members Darryl Metzler, CFPHS, MICO, Inc., Eagle Lake, Minn.; Larry Halligan, CFPHS, John Henry Foster Co., O’Fallon, Mo.; and Leonard Kaster, PE, CFPE, ALA Industries Limited, Palos Hills, Ill.

In addition, all individuals who submitted pictures of their June 19th activities were entered into a $50 American Express gift card contest. Congratulations to George Morales, Hydrapack Seals, Inc.; Kim Bishop, Higginson Equipment Inc.; Dean Houdeshell, PE, CFPE, Danfoss; and Chelsea Nelson, MFP Automation. The IFPS would like to thank everyone for submitting the following pictures.

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CERTIFICATION SUCCESS PROFILE

Michael Eisinger Michael Eisinger, CFPS, has worked in the fluid power industry for 24 years. He’s a graduate of the Hennepin Technical College, earning a degree in Fluid Power Technology along with earning the CFPS certification. He currently works as a sales manager for Dynamatics Hydraulics Limited UK, responsible for North and South America.

How and when did your career in the fluid power industry begin?

At age 20, I decided I needed to better myself. I looked into a technical school to see if something might match my skill-set. The school invited me to take an aptitude test, and the test revealed that I should own and manage a hardware store. So they asked if mechanical packaging or fluid power would interest me. They took me to the lab areas of both fields. After seeing the fluid power lab, I knew it was the area I should pursue. I have always had a passionate interest in the inner workings of mobile earth-moving equipment.

Why would you recommend certification to others?

I would recommend that all sales engineers get the certification, as recruiters recognize it in the industry. They can see that you are dedicated and knowledgeable in fluid power. Who was the most influential person in your fluid power career?

Why did you decide to pursue IFPS certification?

We were told in the fluid power school that certification was a must, so the entire class took the exam. I became certified back in 1993, and I have retained by CFPS ever since. I believed it would be a helpful tool in the fluid power industry. What did you learn from the certification process?

The school was fun and exciting. The CFPS was a challenge, but I was well prepared for it. The takeaway was that being prepared is a must in order to obtain the certification the first time around. How has certification helped your career?

I believe that my certification has put my resume to the top of the stack. It has also had a large part in landing me all of the jobs for which I have applied.

Ernie Parker (IFPS-certified instructor at Hennepin Technical College) taught me almost everything I know regarding hydraulics. What advice would you give to someone thinking about starting the certification process?

My advice is to learn about what part of the fluid power industry you would enjoy working in the most. Then, make that a focus and earn the appropriate certifications for that area. Where do you see the fluid power industry heading in the nex t 10 years?

I see higher pressures, more demanding duty cycles, and quality of hydraulic components as a must. Michael can be reached at michaelheisinger@hotmail.com.

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INDUSTRY NEWS

SkillsUSA Minnesota: Champions at Work The future workforce of Minnesota was on display at the SkillsUSA 49th-annual Championships competitions, which were held April 1-3, 2016 in Bloomington, Minn. The conference was a showcase of career and technical education students where more than 800 outstanding career and technical education students competed in 75 hands-on trade, technical, and leadership contests. Minnesota state technical and community colleges and high school students captured 359 gold, silver, and bronze medals during the awards ceremony. Hundred of career and technical education students from high schools and colleges across the state compete in contests demonstrating their skills in career areas including manufacturing, transportation, construction, hospitality, and human services. “These students are demonstrating more than just their skills; they are proving that our workforce is prepared to lead the way in every technical area our country needs to maintain a strong global economic presence,” said Ms. Jennifer Polz, state association director. During the competition, students work against the clock and each other, proving their expertise in occupations such as electronics, computer-aided drafting, precision machining automotive service, medical assisting, and culinary arts. All contests run with the help of industry experts, trade associations, and labor organizations, and test competencies are set by professional industry standards. A list of all the winners and competition categories are is available at www.mnskillsusa.org. Founded in 1965 and endorsed by the U.S. Department of Education, SkillsUSA serves more than 300,000 member students and instructors each year in middle schools, high schools, and colleges. This diverse talent pipeline covers 130 trades, technical, and skilled service occupations, the majority STEM-related. More than 600 corporations, trade associations, businesses, and labor unions actively support SkillsUSA at the national level.

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Deborah Brinn 1954-2016

Deborah Brinn passed away on May 2, 2016 after her long battle with cancer. She worked in the fluid power industry for over 40 years as an employee for Vickers, Eaton, Morrell, and Western FluiDyne. Ms. Brinn was a member of the IFPS Detroit Chapter One. She held various positions in the Detroit chapter, including secretary, treasurer, vice president, and president (2002-2004). She is survived by her two sons, Robert and Devin.

DAMAN CELEBRATES 40 YEARS IN CUSTOM MANIFOLD INDUSTRY In 2016, Daman Products celebrates 40 years of excellence in the hydraulic manifold industry. In 1976, Jack Davis, with only a high school education, a sharp engineering mind, and a desire to build a better product, began the business venture with his son, Larry. In 1997, Daman executives embraced LEAN—a system based on the principles of eliminating waste, streamlining processes, and increasing efficiencies by focusing on processes, technology, and people. This initiative was a catalyst to the company’s culture of continuous improvement. The employees are actively engaged in the community as volunteers, donating time and money to various services and programs, most specifically the public education system where they advocate changing obsolete paradigms and encouraging innovation to help children succeed. www.daman.com

NELSON FASTENER SYSTEMS CREATED AS REBRANDED BUSINESS UNIT The formation of Nelson Fastener Systems (NFS) in Elyria, Ohio, creates a rebranded business unit that consists of six manufacturing entities: Nelson Stud Welding, Inc.; Ferry Cap & Set Screw; Specialty Bar Products; EBC Industries; Automatic SMP; and Spiegelberg Manufacturing. They were formerly part of Doncasters Fastener Systems. The establishment of this family of companies brings together manufacturing technologies for critical engineered fastening applications required in the power generation, oil and gas, military, aerospace, transportation, marine, and construction markets. www.nelsonfastenersystems.com

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PIRTEK SPACE COAST OPENS NEW LOCATION IN FLORIDA PIRTEK Space Coast opened a new location at 1265 U.S. 1 in Rockledge, Fla. Under Dan and Karin Ferretti, the spousal team that now owns and operates Space Coast, the facility will continue to serve the hydraulic hose maintenance and repair needs of the Brevard County area. Since 2002, the location operated as a corporate-run center. The team plans to pursue customers in a number of different industries on Florida’s Space Coast, including construction, the port and marine, defense, salt mining, and transportation. Dan has a background in finance, contract, and accounting services for major defense contractors; his wife, Karin, will continue her role as the franchise development administrator at PIRTEK USA Corporate Headquarters. www.pirtekusa.com

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HYDRAULIC TESTER SHORTLISTED FOR INDUSTRY AWARD A new generation of portable hydraulic testers that talk wirelessly to mobile phones designed by Webtec in Milwaukee, Wis., has been shortlisted as a “Technical Innovation of the Year” finalist in the inaugural Motion Control Industry (MCI) Awards. Launched in April 2015, the DHM4 is aimed at field service engineers in the mobile machinery industry to carry out diagnostic testing or preventative maintenance. It allows users to carry out a pump test on a mobile machine in the field, but also logs flow, pressure, and temperature readings, and allows the user to produce and email customers a test certificate within seconds via low-power Bluetooth™ technology and a free QuickCert™ app. www.webtec.com/us


AIR TEASER

New Problem Neglecting pilot line sizes, approximately how many seconds after pushing the start button will the cylinder start to retract?

SOLUTION TO PREVIOUS TEASER Answers 107+ PSI, 60 inches of travel, 52+ PSI

WINNER: Mark Sterrett, CFPHS RH Sheppard Co., Inc. ANSWERED CORRECTLY: Ehren Polheber, CFPS Scot Forge Company, Salem, WI Dan Jensen (student), CFPS Hennepin Tech, Excelsior, MN Kirk Miller - Orbital ATK

SOLUTION PART A: Step 1: Sin of the angle and the load: Sin of 30 = 0.5 x 500 lbs. = 250 lbs. to overcome gravity. Step 2: Cosine of the angle x the load x the Cf: Cos of 30 = 0.866 x 500 x 0.2 = 86.6 lbs. to overcome friction. Step 3: If going uphill, add the two answers. If going downhill, subtract the two answers. 250 lbs. + 86.6 lbs. = 336.6 lbs. to pull up the incline. Note: If you are holding a load, subtract the two answers. If step 2 is > than step 1, you will have to pull the load downhill by the difference between the two forces. The pulley on the end of cylinder has three (3) strands on the moveable pulley, and pulling on the cylinder will be 3x harder to pull than a straight pull up the incline. Pulling the cylinder a foot also means we have to add 3 ft. of cable and that can only come from the load. 336.6 x 3 = 1009 lbs. of pull on the cylinder Rod end area = 12.566 – 3.14 or 9.42 sq. in. F = PA 1009 / 9.42 = 107.2 PSI PART B: 20-inch stroke x 3:1 mechanical disadvantage = 60 inches of travel PART C: To hold the load, we can subtract the friction (step 2) from gravity (step 1) 250 – 86.6 = 163.4 lbs. 163.4 x 3:1 mech. disadvantage = 490 lbs. to hold the load on the cylinder F = PA 490 / 9.42 sq. in. = 52.15 PSI Note: With air, one would generally give an extra 30% air pressure to give enough force and speed.

By Ernie Parker, AI, AJPP, AJPPCC, S, MT, MM, MIH, MIP, MMH, Fluid Power Instructor, Hennepin Technical College EParker@Hennepintech.edu The teaser is posted on the IFPS website (www.ifps.org) and also printed in the Fluid Power Journal. Submit your information via the website, or fax it to 856-424-9248 attn: Donna Pollander. Those who submit the correct answer before the deadline will have their names printed in the Society Page newsletter and in Fluid Power Journal. The winners will also be entered into a drawing for a special gift.

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THE EVOLUTION OF AUTOMOTIVE TESTING

One of the main roles of automotive component test labs is to validate the structural integrity of automotive components and verify that they are manufactured to meet or exceed design specifications. It is a lot less expensive overall to make sure that a component part is sound before the component goes into a larger assembly and before physical testing of a completed vehicle. Structural testing of a ball joint, for example, is done to make sure that when it’s put into a vehicle it will last. In the past, specially designed test rigs were developed for each specimen type. Now, the trend is toward supplying test labs with flexible, reconfigurable test platforms that can be used with a wide range of automotive components.


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One supplier of such test platforms is Innkeeper LLC of Livonia, Mich. Innkeeper’s business is providing configurable test systems that automotive component manufacturers can configure for testing various parts and subsystems. Sometimes a new test platform is developed from scratch, and other times the company will just replace the control system when the control system of an existing piece of test equipment is obsolete or not meeting the required specification while the rest of the test stand is serviceable. Structural fatigue testing involves controlling the force that is applied to a specimen. The test system must apply a certain amount of stress, a certain number of times, and it must log data to verify the actual forces seen by the specimen. Tests can involve exercising the part with waveforms, like sine waves, square waves, triangle waves, etc., and sometimes the applied force is modulated to simulate real driving events. In these cases, the target forces may be obtained by instrumenting a vehicle and recording the forces that are delivered on the road. Sometimes, such as with testing of car seats, the tests must push and move parts of the specimen a specified distance in addition to applying a certain amount of force. There’s typically a test plan for each part. The expected fatigue life of any automotive component is calculated during initial design. Once built, the calculations must be verified in the test lab. Fatigue testing applies a controlled force in a repetitive manner. Some specifications require that the wave shape and frequency of the repetitive force be closely controlled. “It is important for a good test controller to be flexible with regard to the type of control, wave shapes, and frequencies that can arise with different test specifications,” said Kevin Kretschmann, Innkeeper principal. “Besides fatigue testing, there are also ultimate strength-testing specifications that require a single application of force applied to a specimen. There are federal mandates, for example, that say car seat belts must be stressed to a minimal ultimate load without failing. A good control system needs to also be able to perform these types of multi-step programs that first move to a particular position and then apply a known force to a specimen.”

IS THE MOST REPEATABLE AND COST-EFFECTIVE MEANS OF APPLYING TEST STRESSES.”

THE NEED FOR A FLEXIBLE MOTION CONTROLLER When larger forces are involved, hydraulics is the most repeatable and cost-effective means of applying test stresses. To control the hydraulics, a motion controller is needed that can perform closed-loop control of the force being applied in addition to controlling the position of the actuator. To ensure that sufficient control is maintained, the controller needs to be able to close the control loop between 1000 and 5000 times per second depending on the test. To control the motion, Kretschmann selected controllers manufactured by Delta Computer Systems of Battle Ground, Wash. Depending on the number of simultaneous test profiles that the system must run, Innkeeper’s InnControl test platforms are outfitted with a Delta RMC151, which can control up to eight motion actuators, or an RMC75, which can control up to two actuators (Fig. 1). To support operator controls and data acquisition by a PC running LabVIEW, the Delta controllers connect to the PC via built-in Ethernet interfaces, giving direct access to motion parameters in the controllers. “With one RMC controller, I can manage up to 8 different tests on different machines, with complete isolation of different on/off controls, safety limits, and waveforms,” said Kretschmann. Fig. 2 shows the insides of Innkeeper’s control panel, with an RMC151 at left and the PC below it.

THE USER INTERFACE To make the test platform easy to use by test labs, Innkeeper’s flexible and configurable platform, InnControl, features a human interface (Fig. 2) implemented in LabVIEW that is user friendly and supports a high degree of functionality, allowing test engineers to plug together the components and begin testing. The user interface takes advantage of many of the standard force and position control features supported by

FIG. 1: The RMC75 (left) can control up to two motion axes simultaneously, and the RMC150 (right) can control up to eight axes. Both controllers can control pressure/force, as well as actuator position and transition smoothly between the control modes. FIG. 2: Innkeeper’s test control platform electronics include the Deltas RMC151 at lower left and the attached PC mounted below it.

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FIG. 3: The operator interface for Innkeeper LLC’s InnControl test platform runs on a PC and allows test engineers to set up and monitor tests without requiring any detailed motion control programming. In the image above, two separate test groups are controlling three motion axes simultaneously. FIG. 4: Innkeeper’s custom controls allow test operators to get easy access to custom-developed test controls.

the RMC controller, plus the standard functions can be supplemented with custom-built control functions implemented using the user program feature of Delta’s RMCTools software. According to Kretschmann, “With the RMC’s custom user programs, I can switch over from a straightforward multi-axis test controller to providing any sort of custom performance we or our customers can imagine. Other test controllers can’t do this.” For example, Innkeeper used custom motion programs to implement the FMVSS 202 automotive seat tester,

which involved exercising force and position control at defined intervals during the test profile to meet federal specifications. “It would have been very hard to do this with other controllers,” continued Kretschmann. To operate custom testing functions, Innkeeper’s software supports the use of a “button box” (Fig. 4) whose functionality is customizable after the initial installation / integration is complete. In this particular case, the button box is used to initiate a series of custom sequences designed to remove air from a radiator prior to a pressure-controlled

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CONCLUSION The control capability gives Innkeeper a flexible and configurable test lab control platform that can manage complex tests involving multiple motion axes, or it can operate several separate test platforms simultaneously. The control system can give new life to old test platforms by adding an improved operator interface and a lot more flexibility for advanced performance. InnControl does not require the end user to be proficient with RMCTools software, but will allow advanced users to build and execute custom programs within the RMC controller if desired. Force, pressure, and displacement calibration can be done from the Innkeeper control panel,

FIG. 5: The motion controller and PC running testing front-end functions are connected via Ethernet.

and the system gives users the ability to access historical test information, which helps with the system running tests autonomously. “Many of our standard features aren’t supported by test platforms costing tens of thousands of dollars or more,” said Kretschmann, “and delivering maximum flexibility and functionality per dollar spent on equipment is extremely important in the automotive market.” For more information, visit www.deltamotion.com and http://innkeeperllc.com.

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SECTION A p. 76-89 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

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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COMPANY Linde Hydraulics Corporation Livingston & Haven Logic Hydraulic Controls-Inc. Lovejoy Hydraulics Lumberg Inc. Lynair, Inc. Lynch Fluid Controls Inc. M & M Rogness Equipment Co. Machinery Service & Design, Inc. Mac’s Hose & Hydraulics Mack Corporation Macro Sensors Madison Company Magnaloy Coupling Co. Magnet Schultz of America Magnetek Main Filter US Inc. Main Manufacturing Products, Inc. Maradyne Corp. Marion Fluid Power Marion Mfg. Marken Mfg. Marmon/Keystone LLC Marsh Bellofram Marshall Metal Products Inc. Master Pneumatic-Detroit, Inc. Maverick Hydraulics and Machining Maxbar, Inc. Maxpro Technologies, Inc. Mead Fluid Dynamics, Inc. Metal-Matic, Inc. MICO, Inc. Micromatic Midland - ACS North America Midland Metal Mfg. Miller Fluid Power Milwaukee Cylinder Minnesota Rubber and Plastics Miratron MKS Instruments, Inc. Mobile Hose & Hydraulic Supply Mocap Inc. Monnier, Inc. Moog Moog Flo-Tork Morris Co., S. G. (Cleveland, OH) Morris Co., S. G. (Toledo, OH) Motion Industries - Birmingham, AL Motion Industries-Tampa, FL Hose Shop Motor Magnetics Inc. MP Filtri USA MRM Incorporated MTS Systems Corp. Muncie Power Products, Inc. Murrelektronik Nass Controls NC Servo Technology NewAge Industries Inc. Niagara Caps & Plugs Nike Hydraulics Inc. Norgren now IMI Precision Engineering Norman Equipment Company Norman Filter Company Norstat Inc. Northwest Swiss-Matic, Inc. Nott Company Nutron Motor Co., Inc. Nycoil Company OEM Controls Inc. OEM International, Inc Oetiker Inc. Oil-Rite Corporation Oilsafe O’Keefe Controls Co. OLAER USA Inc. Omega Engineering, Inc. Omnex Control Systems, Inc. Open Loop Energy, Inc. Ossco Bolt & Screw Company Pabco Fluid Power Co. Pall Corp. Palmer Wahl Parker Cylinder Division Parker Hannifin Parker Hannifin Corp. - Finite Filter Operation Parker Hannifin Corp. - Global Accumulator Div. Parker Hannifin Corp. - Hydraulic Filter Div. Parker Hannifin Corp. - Quick Coupling Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Racor Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Snap-Tite Quick Disconnects Parker Hannifin Corp. - Tube Fittings Division Parker-domnick hunter Peninsular Cylinder Co., Inc.

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COMPANY Parker Hannifin Parker Hannifin Corp. - Automation Group Parker Hannifin Corp. - Finite Filter Operation Parker Hannifin Corp. - Fluid Controls Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Hydraulic Filter Div. Parker Hannifin Corp. - Hydraulic Pump Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Racor Division Parker Hannifin Corp. - Seal Group PCB Piezotronics, Inc. Performance Pulsation Control Peninsular Cylinder Co., Inc. Permco, Inc. PHD, Inc. Piab USA Inc. Pierce Sales Pinnacle Systems, Inc. Pirtek, Fluid Transfer Solutions Pneuline Supply, Inc. Pneumadyne Inc. Pneumatic Solutions Inc. Pneumatics, Hydraulics, & Abrasives (PHA, Inc.) Poclain Hydraulics, Inc. Polygon Co. Polymer Molding Inc. Porous Media Corp. Power Valve USA Poweram, Inc. Powerex, Inc. Power Systems Precision Filtration Products Precision Industries Precision Instrument Company Precix, Inc. Prelude Systems, Inc. Pressroom Electronics PRIME Measurement Products, LLC Prince Mfg. Corp. Progressive Hydraulics, Inc. Proportion-Air, Inc. PSI-Tronix Technologies, Inc. Pulsafeeder, INC. Puregas PVS Sensors Inc. Quality Control Corporation R J Hydraulics Inc. Ramco Innovations Rectus-TEMA Renco Inc. Revere Transducers Reverso Pumps, Inc. Rexroth Corporation RG Group RHEINTACHO Messtechnik GmbH Rietschle Thomas Robeck Fluid Power Co. Ross Controls® Rota-Cyl Corporation Rotary Power, Inc. Rotary Systems, Inc. Rotor Clip Company, Inc. Rotork-Hiller (Ralph A Hiller Co., subsidiary of Rotork) RR USA, Inc. RYCO Hydraulics S. Himmelstein and Company SAI Hydraulics, Inc. Scenery Hydraulic, Inc. SC Hydraulic Engineering Corp. Schmalz, Inc. Schroeder Industries Schunk Inc. Seal Master Corporation Senior Aerospace Metal Bellows Sensor Systems LLC Sensotec, Inc. Serfilco, Ltd. Servi Fluid Power, Inc. Servoflo Corporation Servometer-PMG, LLC Settima/ALA Industries Seven North Industries, Inc. Seventy-Three Mfg. Co. Inc. S. G. Morris Co., Cleveland, OH S. G. Morris Co., Toledo, OH Sherex Fastening Solutions Sick Inc. Sierra Instruments, Inc. Simerics, Inc. Simplex Simrit SIPCO Mechanical Linkage Solutions SKF/Lincoln Lubrication Systems Smalley Steel Ring Co. SMC Corporation of America Source Fluid Power Spartan Scientific SPC Company Specialty Mfg. Co., (SMC), The Spencer Fluid Power Spirax Sarco Springer Co-Ax, Inc.

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COMPANY Emerson Process Mgt. TopWorks EMJ Endress + Hauser, Inc. Energy Manufacturing Co., Inc. Enfield Technologies Engineered Sales Inc. Engineered Specialty Products, Inc. Engineering Technology Services Entran Devices, Inc. Entwistle Co., Kenett Hyd. Distribution Div. Escort Seal (USA) Co. LTD. Essentra Components Evolutionary Concepts, Inc. EXAIR Corporation Fabco-Air, Inc. Fairchild Industrial Products Co. Fairey Arlon Inc. Fairview Fittings & Manufacturing Inc. Falk Corporation Faster, Inc. FasTest, Inc. Feroy Company, Inc. Ferry Inc. Festo Corporation FHI-Steffen, Inc. Finn-Power Flender Corporation Flextral Flint Hydraulics, Inc. Flo Draulic Group Flow Ezy Filters Inc. Flodyne Controls, Inc. Flow Technology Flowmetrics, Inc. Flow-Tek, Inc. A Subsidiary of Bray Int’l. Fluid Design Products, Inc. Fluid Energy Controls Fluid Press/ALA Industries Limited Fluid Line Products Inc. Fluid Motion Sales, Inc. Fluid Power Associates, Inc. Fluid Power Connectors, LLC Fluid Power Products Fluid Systems Partners US, Inc. Fluid Tech, LLC Fluid Technologies, Inc. Fluidtechnik USA, Inc. FluiDyne Fluid Power Force America Franklin Electrofluid Co. Inc. Freelin-Wade FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. Galland Henning Nopak, Inc. Galtech Canada inc. Gast Mfg. Inc., A Unit of IDEX Corp. Geartek GeFran Gems Sensors Inc. Gemu Valves Global Hydraulic Solutions Global Servo Hydraulics Inc. Goodway Technologies Corp. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company Granzow Inc. GS Global Resources H C & S C Inc. Hach Company Hampton Controls Harrison Hose & Tubing Inc. Harrison Hydraulic Solutions Hartman Controls, Inc. Harvard Corporation Haskel International, Inc. Hauhinco HAWE Hydraulics HBControls Inc. Heavy Motions Inc. Heco, Inc. Heinrichs USA LLC Helium Leak Testing, Inc. Henek Manufacturing, Inc. Hengli America Herion USA, Inc. Heypac Inc. Hi-Flow Hydraulic Services, LLC High Pressure Equipment Company Hi-Tech Hose, Inc. Hi-Tech Instrument Corp. (HTI) HKX - Hydraulic Kits for Excavators HL Hydraulic, Inc. HMF Innovations, Inc. HOERBIGER Automatisierungstechnik Holding GmbH

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COMPANY Lee Linear Legend Valve & Fitting, Inc. Legris, Inc. Lehigh Fluid Power Lenz Inc. Lexair Inc. Lincoln Industrial Corporation Linde Hydraulics Corporation Liquid Controls, LLC Livingston & Haven LTV Copperweld Logic Hydraulic Controls-Inc Lynch Fluid Controls Inc. M & M Rogness Equipment Co. Mac’s Hose & Hydraulics Machinery Service and Design Macro Sensors Madison Company Magnatrol Valve Corp. Magnetek Magnetrol International, Inc. MAIN Mfg. Products, 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 OEM International, Inc 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 Parker Hannifin Corp. - Automation Group

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ne of the main frontiers of development of industrial products is the reduction of noise and vibrations. These requirements have increased considerably of late due to the strict environmental regulations introduced in industrialized countries. Noise emanating from industrial vehicles was once seen as a much less pressing concern than limiting harmful emissions, but the EU already had extensive legislation in place designed to reduce NVH (noise, vibration, harshness) and provide a much more comfortable environment for vehicle operators, not to mention anyone within hearing distance. There are two relevant NVH directives in the EU: 2000/14/EC, which came into force in 2001 and focuses on noise emissions; and 2002/44/EC, which came into force in 2005, setting standards for vibration. Demand for quieter products is particularly high in Europe and North America. It is now clear that operating with noisy machines has become a burden, so attention to this parameter has increased. Noise and vibration issues inevitably involve the interaction between the components of a hydraulic circuit, or between components and different parts of structure. There are two different approaches to noise reduction: one is to take measures to attenuate NVH propagation by applying isolators and dampers to major noise and vibration sources. Often these palliative modifications only partially solve the problem—in addition to adding cost, weight, and bulk to the final product, as they are only effective under certain conditions and only for certain frequencies. The second, more efficient, approach is to tackle the problem at the source, designing the machine to be as quiet as possible using low-noise technologies. The use of alternative technology to lower the level of noise is normally the cheapest and gives the greatest results. This forward-looking approach may

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ELIKA, Marzocchi’s new proposal for the gear pumps market, is designed for applications that require low noise levels. The use of this gear pump eliminates adverse noise effects on humans and on the surrounding environment. It also reduces the noise level by an average of 15 dBa compared with a conventional external gear pump.

also offer economies compared with the cost of fixing a problem after the event. Marzocchi Pompe’s R&D department is equipped with experimental test benches to acquire mechanical, hydraulic, acoustic, and vibration performances, and durability test benches capable of simulating the toughest working conditions. Gear pump noise has two distinct origins—mechanical and hydraulic. The mechanical noise is what can be expected from any pair of gears, and depends mainly on the degree of precision and the surface finish of the gear wheels. The hydraulic noise is mainly generated from pressure peaks that arise from entrapment of the fluid between the crest and root of the gear teeth.

During the delivery phase, the trapped fluid reaches very high pressure spikes, which cause the noise, vibration, pressure ripples, and mechanical stress. There are various methods that can reduce the effect of entrapment in the external gear pumps. Marzocchi Pompe examined and studied several prototypes to verify the characteristics of each solution until reaching a real solution to the noise problem: the accurate design of special discharges on bushings can slightly reduce the phenomenon without completely eliminating the cause. To be able to completely eliminate the pressure peaks on the entrapped volume, the size of the discharge should be such as to adversely affect volumetric

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efficiency. For this reason, the conformation of bushing discharges is a compromise between noise and volumetric performances. The ELIKA gear pump was developed in response to these applications that require low noise levels. ELI2 is the first series in this trademark-registered product family and includes pumps with displacement from 7 to 35 cm3/ rev and are perfectly interchangeable with the standard gear pumps ALP2 and GHP2 series. The maximum operating pressures are similar to those of GHP2 and extend up to 300 bar. The heart of this product is its particular shape, which eliminates encapsulation typical of normal gear pumps, deleting the main source of noise and vibration. The total elimination of the encapsulated volume produces a significant reduction in pressure oscillation that causes noise and vibration transmitted to the other components connected to the pump, such as hoses, tanks, and valves. During the meshing phase, there exists a moment when the point of the teeth profile comes into contact with the other toothed wheel; there is always a separation line between the high and low-pressure area, whatever the helix angle. The study of the particular Marzocchi tooth profile was conducted in collaboration with the Faculty of Engineering of Bologna University through the generation of dedicated design software. The experiments carried out led to the definition of a specific tooth profile able to get the best performances and acoustic characteristics. The helical tooth design ensures the continuity of motion, which reduces the pressure oscillations. The low number of teeth greatly lowers the fundamental frequency of the pump noise. ELIKA reduces the noise level by an average of 15 dBa compared with a conventional external gear pump. ELIKA, as a common external gear unit, consists of a pair of gears supported in bearing

bushings and a case with front and rear cover. The special bearings material ensures excellent resistance to galling, especially at low speed. Axial forces induced by the helical teeth are optimally balanced in all operating conditions by the axial compensation system integrated in the pump cover. Specific compensation areas into flange and cover, insulated by special gaskets reinforced with anti-extrusion, allow for fully free axial and radial movement of the bushings, which is proportional to pump operating pressure. In this way, internal leakage is dramatically reduced, ensuring good volumetric and mechanical performance, as well as proper lubrication of the pump’s moving parts. The internal leakage that generally flows to the outlet from the inlet, overheating the pump components, is practically eliminated in the pump, increasing reliability. This feature makes the pump suitable for working operations with low speed and high pressure. In many hydraulic applications today, precise electronic control is enabling lower speed operation at higher pressures, which is a demanding mode of operation for gear pump products. ELIKA is particularly suitable for these applications, as its features are an important priority for designers of plastic injection machines, electric vehicles, as well as lifting and materials-handling equipment, electrical aerial work platforms, warehouse and waste-compacting trucks, and other mobile equipment operating at night in residential areas. The pump is also suitable for industrial machine tool applications, such as presses, milling machines, saws, lathes, and marine equipment. When comparing the characteristics of the ELIKA gear pump with other kinds of volumetric pumps, it is possible to see a very high field of use, like the rotation speed, work pres-

Fig. 4: Noise comparison between a standard external gear pump, dual flank gear pump, internal gear pump, vane pump, and ELIKA pump Fig. 5: Comparison of volumetric efficiency at low rotation speed: Marzocchi pumps GHP2/ELI2 with same displacement of 17.8 cm3/rev, pressure P=200 bar

sure, and viscosity range. The very low noise level generated makes this small-size product suitable for applications where screw pumps, vane pumps, and internal gear pumps are generally used. The black anodizing pre-processing of components, as well as the simple construction, small size, and high performance of the ELIKA pumps makes them stand out in the market. The pumps are available in both unidirectional clockwise or counter-clockwise rotation; all commercial versions of standard gear pump flanges group 2 are also available. They are available in displacements between 7 and 200 cm3/rev, with three main families: ELI2 includes pumps with displacements from 7 to 35 cm3/ rev, ELI3 with displacements from 20 to 87 cm3/ rev, and the biggest family ELI4 with displacements up to 200 cm3/rev. They are also available in multiple stage configurations.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Danilo Persici leads the test, FEA, and CFD analysis in the R&D department of Marzocchi Pompe SPA. Visit www.marzocchipompe. com. This article first appeared as a presentation at Bauma 2013 and in iVT International Magazine in March 2013.

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Yates Industries a growing Hydraulic & Pneumatic Cylinder manufacturer is looking for a qualified Regional Sales Representative. • Exp. Required: 2-5 yrs. Fluid Power or cylinder sales. • Drive sales growth by servicing current cust./distributors; identifying and cultivate new cust./distributors. • Provide outstanding customer service • Develop strategic sales plan & work independently. • Create on-site presentations, perform market analysis, and assist w/ marketing strategy. • Travel required (+/-)85% covering the Mid-West region.

Pöppelmann, one of the leading companies in the European plastics processing industry, has been distributing the KAPSTO® line of protective caps and plugs in the U.S. since 2011. The KAPSTO® product line is comprised of a standard range of over 3,000 different plastic protective caps and plugs. The Sales Representative for KAPSTO® will manage and coordinate all sales and product inquiries in the following states: PA, NJ, MD, DE, VA, WV, KY, and eastern Ohio. The Sales Representative will be responsible for developing strong customer relationships, contacting accounts, conducting special projects as needed, forecasting product needs and introducing new product to the marketplace.

*Offer competitive salary and benefit package.* Visit our website at www.yatesind.com. Send resume to scavera@yatesind.com.

A four year bachelor’s degree is preferred as well as sales experience in the plastic industry with a focus on automotive, pneumatic and hydraulic component parts. As a sales representative, you will receive a fixed salary and a company car. The ideal candidate will be located in either PA or eastern Ohio. Person must be willing to travel to Germany.

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