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May 10, 2019by cbmadmin0

Rotary airlocks are a vital part of material processing, allowing for the precise feeding and regulating of materials. They serve key operational and safety functions and help to maintain the ideal amount of pressure for sensitive processes. The following list of rotary airlock FAQs is by no means comprehensive, and things can get pretty specific when it comes to precision parts, so don’t be afraid to ask your trusted machine shop anything else you want to know about rotary airlocks



May 9, 2019by cbmadmin0

While most people picture welders surrounded by deep water when they hear underwater welding, this situation only describes one type of water welding called wet welding. Here, we'll discuss the basics of both methods so you're better informed for your next watery welding adventure.



May 9, 2019by cbmadmin0

Diverter dampers are used to divert the flow of gas from one outlet to another. While any two dampers can divert flow, diverter dampers are particularly suited to this purpose.



May 9, 2019by cbmadmin0

Precise machines can make the difference between exactly meeting specifications as opposed to almost meeting them. And that's a big difference. Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines can provide the machine precision you're looking for.



May 9, 2019by cbmadmin0

A properly maintained piece of equipment is a safe and reliable piece of equipment. If you follow a good maintenance regimen for your boring bar, it will last longer and deliver consistently accurate results. Follow these tips to make sure you are treating it accordingly.



May 9, 2019by cbmadmin0

Valves control flow of liquid or dry product in a system. They are the tools that keep everyday sinks flowing, washing machines running, and biologically speaking, our hearts pumping. Without valves, the mechanization of our world would cease to exist.



May 9, 2019by cbmadmin0

The technology behind the butterfly valve is fairly simple. The history starts centuries ago, when the Greeks and Romans began to utilize flap valves, which would later become our modern swing butterfly valves