Caplugs can die-cut any shape into just about any material including flange covers, masking
devices, magnetic port covers and more. From adhesive-backed to magnetically-backed, Caplugs
can die-cut intricate shapes into a large variety of materials.
You can personalize a product by printing your company name, logo or instructions on any
part. One- and two-color printing is available to help you brand your product, enhance its
aesthetics or assist the end-user with informational verbiage printed on the part.
Choose a standard product and alter it by punching a hole, cutting a slit, and more. Save
time and money by modifying an existing part to fit your needs. If one of the standard parts
doesn’t meet your needs, Caplugs can alter existing tool inserts inexpensively to create a custom
tool quickly without building a new mold.
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Cast Bronze Strainers
NIBCO introduces of its Class 125 Cast Bronze Y-strainer line. These strainers are used in
commercial applications to trap foreign matter in steam, water, oil or gas pipelines. The bronze
strainer line includes Class 125 solder ½- to 2-inch and threaded ¼- to 3-inch-rated 125
Other important features include dezincification-resistant cast bronze body and cap as well
as machined seats in body and cap to ensure proper screen alignment. The cast bronze Y-strainers are manufactured in NIBCO’s bronze foundry in Nacogdoches, TX.
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Preset Batch Delivery Controller
Emerson Process Management introduces the DL8000 microprocessor-based batch delivery
controller to meet increasingly high industry standards for accuracy and integrity. The DL8000 is
the next generation of the DanLoad line of Preset Controllers, designed to resolve batch control
requirements for liquid custody transfer applications.
The DL8000 can be configured for different batch loading applications using ROCLINK 800
software and is fully programmable for PLC tasks using Function Sequence Tables or any of the
languages defined by IEC Standard 61131-3, including ladder logic, structured text, function
block diagrams, instruction list or sequential function chart language.
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Ultrasonic Flow Transmitters
Clark Solutions new ClarkSonic Ultrasonic Flow Transmitters are built for measuring flow in
most clean liquids and many liquids with entrained solids. Applications include monitoring flow
rates of chilled or heated water as part of a green technology program as well as in municipal,
process and industrial systems. This product frees users from having to calibrate the transmitter
to fluid temperature, viscosity or density, making it easy to deploy and reliable.
Model CSLFC ultrasonic flow transmitters are designed for flows to 400 GPM in ¾- to 3-
inch pipe, and Model CSLFB ultrasonic flow transmitters are designed for flows to 3000 GPM
in 4- to 10-inch pipe. The transmitters feature no moving parts, long-term stability, no pressure
drop, broad fluid compatibility and high accuracy at approximately half the cost of similar