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The PowerFlex 7000 drive system with ArcShield technology is the latest addition to our growing portfolio of arc-resistant products.
AMCI's RD750 resolver feedback option module plugs into Allen-Bradley's PowerFlex 750-Series variable frequency drives using Rockwell Automation licensed technology.
PowerFlex allows our customers to have a complete Allworx solution from end-to-end and will improve our customers' experience by simplifying installation and support of our systems, said Chris Hasenauer, vice president and general manager of Allworx.
Suitable for a wide range of applications, including conveyors, material handling, compressors, fans and pumps, the PowerFlex 525 AC drive provides a variety of motor control options to accommodate open--and closed-loop applications.
Debuted at Print '09 last month, Toyo's UV PowerFLEX series of flexo ink combines the printability, efficiency and stability for which Toyo inks are acclaimed with the energy savings associated with UV curing.
Massive attendance with Alva, Powerflex 5 and TSOL, amongst others on stage.
Other lines featuring braided or single-strand mono cores and hard coatings include Orvis' Bonefish and Redfish Wonderlines, Rio's Powerflex Core tropical lines and Royal Wulff's Bermuda Triangle Taper lines.
Ansell Healthcare, a global leader in barrier protective solutions, introduces the new PowerFlex 80-658 cut-resistant glove.
Ansell ProGrade Series gloves include the following styles: HyFlex=AE 11-500 gloves, HyFlex 11-501 gloves, HyFlex 11-627 gloves, HyFlex 11-801 gloves, HyFlex 11-900 gloves, AlphaTEC=AE 58-530 and 58-535 gloves, PowerFlex=AE 80-100 gloves, PowerFlex Plus 80-600 gloves and PowerFlex T Hi Viz Yellow(TM) 80-400 gloves.
Even within the 'ordinary' Shinsei PowerFlex accounts, the range of offerings including multi-currency accounts, and fully bilingual (Japanese and English) telephone, online and mobile services, goes beyond the norm for Japanese banks.
Japan's Shinsei Bank (TYO: 8303) has announced that it is offering PowerFlex foreign currency savings accounts and time deposits in South African rand and Norwegian kroner, effective from June 16, 2008.