A compact and cost-efficient alternative to conventional dewatering technologies is being introduced to Australia and New Zealand by CST Wastewater Solutions.
Engineered for robust environments, the versatile FLT93 switch from AMS is a flow/level sensor with no moving parts.
UK-based company KM Packaging has brought a new, resource-efficient, reduced-plastic packaging solution to the Australian food and drink market.
UPM Raflatac is offering new full-wrap solutions with self-adhesive labels for food packaging.
To fill the gap between simple motor starters and full-featured frequency inverters, Nord Drivesystems has launched a new inverter for process engineering.
The Strahman range of water-saving trigger nozzles from Spray Nozzle Engineering have been designed to save water while promoting productivity and safety during cleaning and washdown.
New offerings from Treotham have been designed to meet the food and packaging industry's need for improved guide rollers.
Australian packaging equipment supplier Fibre King is offering its customers solutions that draw on the expertise and R&D of automation solutions supplier SMC to improve and monitor energy use.
AMS Instrumentation & Calibration has announced a new distribution partnership with a Netherlands-based manufacturer of mass flow, pressure measurement and control equipment.
Packaging solutions manufacturer tna has cut the ribbon on its new 80,000 sq ft factory in Victoria, bringing the number of tna manufacturing facilities around the world to six.
Safety provider Honeywell Industrial Safety has engineered a safe and reliable hoist for employees who work in tight, confined spaces.
New Igus seals from Treotham Automation provide additional hygiene and protection against extreme dirt accumulation for maintenance-free plain bearings.
SMC is launching the first sensor in its product portfolio to detect the stroke position of air cylinders at all times, with continuous feedback.
Australian-based processing and packaging equipment provider Tna is introducing intelli-date 5, a new high-speed integrated print code verification technology for flexible bags.
Registrations have now opened for the AUSPACK processing and packaging trade expo which will take place in March in Melbourne.