Our products are widely used in a diverse range of applications including the following:
A fuel cell is an electrochemical energy conversion device that converts hydrogen and oxygen into water, producing electricity and heat in the process. A fuel cell provides a DC (direct current) voltage that can be used to power motors, lights or any number of electrical appliances. There are several different types of fuel cells, each using a different chemistry.
Ink jet printing is widely used in the industrial coding, marking, and labelling markets. In this procedure 64,000 droplets per second are formed. The droplets needed for marking get electrostatically charged and fly directly onto the media, while the uncharged drops are deflected into a gutter for recirculation. Liquid pumps transport the ink from the collection area back into the storage tank.
This type of equipment is ideal for body shops, fleets, maintenance garages and farms. It creates a pilot arc that allows the operator to cut through steel, aluminium and stainless steel. Compressed air is mixed with the gas to create a hotter flame that allows finer cuts to be made.
As a growing popular alternative to sun beds spray tanning machines utilise a compressor within a system that provides compressed air through a hopper containing the fake tan solution either mounted prior to or into the spray gun itself. This method results in a continuous flow and pressure delivery of tanning agent.
This is an application that requires fixtures, pads and plates to be held in place for a pre-determined amount of time so that other work can be performed. Vacuum holding is widely used in woodworking and small metal working facilities.