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Staco Energy Products, Dayton, OH, introduces its latest addition to their line of Automatic Voltage Regulators (AVR) for the power conditioning in demanding applications. Based on a series regulation transformer controlled by variable transformers (VTs), these robust units offer tight output regulation and are easily customizable. The basic AVR will handle more than 90% of typical power problems – handling all but the most extreme voltage swings. Options such as suppression of high voltage transients, high harmonic content or site load balance can be added – providing site-specific power correction in a one-box solution. The Staco AVR is ideal for broadcast transmitter sites and studios, whole floor regulation in high-rise buildings, input voltage regulation for elevator control, large A/C chillers, lighting systems, industrial automation process control, CNC equipment, robotics, dockside or shipboard voltage regulation and power conditioning, XC-ray, CT scan and MRI power conditioning, commercial broadcast and military mobile communications trucks, trailers and shelters and more. All Staco AVR units feature extremely high overload/inrush ratings. Gold plated contacts on all coils and nickel plated copper bus bars are standard. They are robust and durable enough to withstand the constant vibration of mobile applications. Individual coil protection means these proven units avoid catastrophic cascade failures which are common with other topologies. An industry-leading three year warranty attests to the robust design and workmanship inherent in each Staco AVR.
Today marks the launch of a new community resource aimed at small businesses that are interested in growing their email marketing lists — thereby increasing their sales. The VerticalResponse List Building Bank is a community for small businesses to post tips and tricks while learning more about new and improved list building tactics from their peers as well as the experts at email marketing company VerticalResponse. Following on from the success of the VR Marketing Lounge, a community forum for marketers to meet and share their expertise, VerticalResponse has launched this latest forum for small business owners.
Winesecrets, Sebastopol, CA, and Della Toffola USA, Windsor, CA, subsidiary of the Della Toffola Group, announced the implementation of a demonstration scale version of the Thermoflash “Flash Détente” thermovinification system. Thermoflash streamlines red maceration by rapidly heating must and then cooling it instantaneously in a vacuum chamber. The treatment results in the rupturing of cell walls initiating an efficient breakdown of the structure of the berry. The demonstration-scale system will be operated in the Canada’s Niagara Region during this harvest season. Thermoflash is a stand-alone system available from Della Toffola. Production-scale Thermoflash installations range in size from 5 to 60 tons per hour.
Snyder Industries, Lincoln, NE, has introduced the Rack-Master as part of their Wine Master Product Collection. Rack-Master provides a cost-effective barrel racking solution with an unlimited useful life that does not require the routine maintenance and refurbishing expenses associated with the corrosion attack on metal barrel racking systems. Rack-Master’s 100% polyethylene construction provides a sanitary, lightweight barrel racking system that is built to withstand the rigors of fork handling abuse and still maintain an appealing aesthetic appearance. Rack-Master maximizes barrel oxygen exposure by limiting barrel contact points and is 100% recyclable, eliminating bone-yards of damaged or obsolete steel barrel racks that require disposal or refurbishing services, helping to control your company costs and protecting the environment.  
WineWeb.com, Santa Fe, NM, expands its integration of social media tools into its winery website services and winery email campaign management services. The social media integration now allows for clickback tracking and sharing analytics. Wineries are able to customize the sharing services, the website pages where they appear and the individual icons for each social media service. The social media integration with email campaigns allows the winery to include a social media sharing toolbar in each email. When email recipients share the email with their social networks, those share statistics are captured, as well as when someone on their social network clicks back to the winery website. In addition, the winery can now easily send a link to their email newsletters to their social networks. The consolidated analytics now show the effectiveness of the email broadcast, and the perceived value of the email campaign by tracking social media shares and clickbacks. More information on the winery social media enhancements and WineWeb winery software services are at http://services.wineweb.com.  
FOSS North America and Gusmer Enterprises, Inc., Fresno, CA and Eden Prairie, MN, have reached a new level of partnership to better serve the wine industry. Gusmer now both sells and services the OenoFoss (TM), a revolutionary analytical instrument for winemakers of all sizes. As a FOSS Certified Service Provider, Gusmer will distribute the OenoFoss and stock replacement parts for U.S. and Canada customers, as well as offer regular maintenance and unscheduled service support.
Overnight Labels, Deer Park, NY, released their new 8-color, 16-inch Nilpeter press. The press features eight color stations, cold foil capabilities, up to a 203mm layflat for shrink sleeves and additional laminated structures and flex packs. For a free sample pack, please contact Overnight Labels at custservice@overnightlabels.com or visit us at www.overnightlabels.com.
Nixalite of America, East Moline, IL, is excited to announce the latest additions to their humane wildlife control lineup, Deer Stopper and Plot Saver Ribbon & Repellent.
Starting August 1, Oak Tradition will operate from its new office in Walla Walla, Washington.
Intelligrated®, Cincinnati, OH, a leading North American-owned automated material handling solution provider, announces the launch of the Alvey® Robotic Retrofit Program for its family of Alvey in-line case palletizers. The program includes installation of one or more jointed-arm robots to create a hybrid palletizer that combines robotic flexibility and repeatability with the speed and reliability of conventional palletizer layer deposition. Benefits of the Alvey retrofits include gentler positioning and rotation of product, automatic line changeovers, pattern changing flexibility and extended operational life - at a lower cost than a new robotic palletizing solution. Retrofits are completed on-site by removing the slat divider and existing case turners from the Alvey in-line case palletizer and installing one or two robotic arms for pattern forming. Intelligrated® offers each customer a choice of robotic arm OEM and operating software. Every robotic retrofit includes design and manufacturing of end-of-arm tooling, OIT (Operator Interface Terminal) screens, infeed conveyor and PLC programming.
Rhino Industrial™, San Diego, CA, a division of Rhino Linings Corporation, introduces its new hybrid, aliphatic polyurea coating solution featuring a rapid cure capability allowing a return-to-service time of one day. Additionally, FastFloor™ can be easily applied with a hand-roller, brush or squeegee.
StandardKnapp, Portland, CT, recently introduced its continuous motion Tritium™ Multipacker, which uses single, double and triple lane configurations to arrange products in compact patterns for wrapping in film. The new multipacker’s patented RoboWand™ wrapping feature can be positioned at any point in space above the conveyor and moved to exactly the right place to package a particular desired pack pattern.
Vintegrate, a division of KLH Consulting, Santa Rosa, CA, has released new winery software that will support various operations within a winery--including tasting room, wine club, wine production and accounting--all in one solution. Vintegrate is based on Microsoft Dynamics NAV 6.0 and integrates with a variety of POS, Wine Club and E-Commerce providers. For more information, please visit the Vintegrate website at www.vintegrate.com or call (707) 575-9986.
Capabunga! is a new reusable silicone capsule for a wine bottle that is about to hit the market. It’s made to resemble the bungs used in winemaking and will fit on most standard wine bottles.
Columbia, MD -- Consumers are beginning to realize that the products they use leave a lingering “environmental footprint”. They are not simply receiving this message from fringe groups like the so-called “tree huggers” but rather from mainstream media citing real-world examples of successful corporations like PepsiCo, Kraft Foods, 3M, Abbott, Dow Chemical, Johnson & Johnson, and Procter & Gamble which have already implemented far reaching sustainability measures. This trend is apt to continue with more and more companies, either voluntarily or under market and regulatory pressures, implementing sound sustainability systems and procedures – the integration of social, environmental and economic considerations into product, process and energy systems’ design as well as the consideration of impact over the complete product and process lifecycle. Having installed thousands of environmentally friendly process plants and systems, GEA Process Engineering is uniquely positioned to help companies meet their sustainability goals and objectives. To further emphasize our commitment to green (sustainable) engineering projects, GEA Process Engineering Inc. has created a multi-disciplined task force to efficiently and effectively handle all facets of your project. Our approach is designed to help you turn sustainability challenges into a competitive business advantages through: • Feasibility studies • Site surveys • Process audits • Conceptual designs • Detail engineering • Utility studies and calculations • Project budgeting and scheduling • Project management, equipment delivery and commissioning The following are examples of typical sustainability issues that GEA Process Engineering has successfully addressed through our extensive process know-how and renowned engineering excellence: • Reduced chemical and water consumption • Water and wastewater treatment • CIP (Clean In Place) chemical recovery using membrane filtration • Reduced effluent and emission • Minimized rework due to consistent product quality • Reduced energy consumption § through heat recovery networks § through equipment & high efficiency motors/drives § through efficient pipe and tank insulation § through efficient heat transfer systems • Increased yield through product recovery • Recover by-products in effluents as a marketable product • Energy optimization • Electron beam sterilization of flat and sport caps (instead of harmful chemicals and vast quantities of rinse water) • Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) solutions • Flue gas desulphurization through spray drying absorption • Installation of advanced automation systems to boost production efficiency, product traceability and enable repeatability For further information about our green processing solutions please contact or visit www.niroinc.com: Bruce Blanchard, Sales Manager, bruce.blanchard@geagroup.com, (715) 386-9371


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