Electronic Products

  • Rexnord, a Milwaukee-based industrial manufacturer, announced recently that it is expanding its role in the process controls market with the formation of the Process Controls Division.

    The new division combines the product lines, markets and control technology capabilities of Rexnord's recent acquisitions—Fife Corporation, Tano Corporation and Micro Pure Systems Inc.—and the company's former Electronic Products Division.

    In making the announcement, James J. Hayden, a corporate vice president and division president, said: "This unifying of our process controls capabilities provides Rexnord with a higher level of controls technology and more aggressive approach to the marketplace.

    The acquisitions were an excellent complement to our existing sensing technology. We are optimistic that through our commitment to quality products, new product development and selective acqusitions, we will further strengthen our position in the control products marketplace.

    Fife Corporation is a leading supplier of automatic guiding and spreading or expanding continuous flexible material such as paper, plastic, textile, steel or copper. Its facilities are located in Oklahoma City.

    Tano Corporation, headquartered in New Orleans, designs and manufacturers computer-based automation and control systems for marine, oil and gas, and energy management applications.

    Micro Pure Systems Inc. manufacturers instruments which use ultrasonic technology to detect microscopic particles in liquids. The instruments are used in the manufacture of semiconductors and in oil production monitoring. The company is located in Smithfield, R.I.

    Rexnord's former Electronic Products Division manufacturers industrial weighing equipment, microprocessor- based process controls and systems, water and wastewater analytical instruments, fixed gas detection equipment and self-contained breathing apparatus. Its operations are located in New Berlin, Wise.; Malvern, Pa.; and Sunnyvale, Calif.

    Rexnord serves the world's marketplace as a major manufacturer of industrial components and machinery.

    The company produces power transmission components, specialty fasteners, crushing and processing machinery for the aggregate and mining industry, water pollution control equipment, material handling systems, process controls, chemical products and other specialized equipment. They employ people in 51 United States and Canadian plants and in 22 oversees facilities. They are headquartered in the Milwaukee area.

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  • systems protection equipment, Mr. Biancamano had been associated with SPS Technologies, Inc., Jenkintown, Pa., where he served as manager, electronic product development, supervising electronic and computer-based product development activities. Earlier, Mr. Biancamano had been development

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  • will support the company's emphasis on advanced design work. This modern plant will improve its capability to design and manufacture the latest in electronic equipment. The facility contains a complete CAD/CAM installation, electrical/electronic assembly areas, full machine shop, and foundry. The plant

  • Dallas suburb, Varo manufactures military night vision viewing systems, high voltage rectifiers and multipliers used in consumer and industrial electronic products, frequency control devices for the U.S. Navy, and marine searchlights. Varo sales for its fiscal year ended April 30, 1978 were approximately

  • Sperry Marine was honored at the annual banquet of the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) when the association presented its 1990 Products Award to the Sperry Marine gyrocompass system. The NMEA jury of industry sales and technical personnel bestows the honor annually on marine electronic

  • are Ultra Deepwater (10,000 ft.) Dynamic Position Drilling Units which are literally loaded with a bevy of advanced marine propulsion, and electronic products and systems, which qualify them as some of the most advanced tonnage built. Measuring 834.5 x 124.5 x 62.5 ft. (254.4 x 38 x 19 m)

  • CARIS released its CARIS S-57 Composer 3.0, a desktop application for the production of electronic navigational products, including Electronic Navigational Charts (ENC), Additional Military Layers (AML), Inland Electronic Navigational Charts (IENC) and Digital Nautical Charts (DNC). For the first time users

  • One of the world's largest manufacturers of professional natical electronic charts, NAVIONICS, of Woods Hole, has developed a new credit card-size electronic chart module called the NAVIONICS Microchart. The Microchart uses the latest memory card technology and employs "flash memory" devices which

  • by a big company bankroll. Dr. Andy Norris, Chartco's managing director, recently spent some time with MR/EN to discuss the present and future of electronic charts. The realization of electronic charts replacing their paper brethren has been slow in coming, to say the least. For a number of technical

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  • for spares and support equipment for their ALR-606(V)2 ESM System. The fully automatic ALR- 606(V)2 ESM System performs over-the-horizon electronic surveillance and targeting while simultaneously providing radar warning for self-protection. It is capable of operating in a variety of maritime

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    AR & Maritime Maintenance As maritime embraces new digitalization technologies aimed at reducing costs and enhancing safety onboard ships, MAN CEON, MAN Energy Solutions’ umbrella brand for all its digital products, comes to the fore for TechGuide, an augmented reality maintenance platform. Using mobile

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    Leader of the Maritime Following a period as a production interviews with hundreds of industry and International Trade Group and a chemist in an electronic circuit board captains and policy makers across the In U.S.: One full year (12 issues) $110.00; graduate of SUNY Maritime. Prior to manufacturing

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