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Automates drill regrinding


An attachment to automate drill refurbishment is the latest addition to the Darex XT3000 Xpandable Tool Sharpener system. It will be launched in the UK by 1st Machine Tool Accessories (1st MTA) at MACH 2010. Comprising an automated


Light system used on gloves


Marigold Industrial has introduced a 3-stage traffic light system across its new Puretough P Series glove range: green colour-coding indicates Level 1 cut protection in the shape of the P1100; amber, gives medium level 3 cut protection in the P3000; and red is designated for high risk cut hazards requiring Level 5 protection – the P5000.


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‘Continuously inspired by welders’ will be the theme of 3M’s stand (4330) at MACH 2010 (7 to 11 June, NEC). The company will be showcasing


a number of products from its occupational health and environmental safety range, including its award-winning line- up of Speedglas Welding Shields The latest 3M Speedglas 9100


range draws on extensive research and development and insight from users to offer a high degree of protection, comfort and performance. The product boasts seven dark shade settings and has been designed to be deeper and wider, providing greater coverage of the ears, neck and sides of the head.


sharpening fixture, geared drill holder and control panel, the new module delivers fast, accurate regrinding of drills up to 21mm diameter by ensuring


It’s a double bubble


Loctite’s Double Bubble is a new general purpose, single use, 5-min, two-part epoxy resin adhesive suitable for maintenance applications that demand fast setting.


See page 42 Lots to give away at MACH 2010 One Speedglas 9100XX welding


shield will be given away every day at MACH, while the first 60 visitors to the stand each day who bring the Tip-On card from this edition of IP&E will win an E-A-R Swerve banded hearing product. Offering easy adjustability alongside operator comfort, the product is suitable for occasional use. Swerve floats around the neck of the wearer and has a headphone style design. The ergonomic neckband shape helps avoid contact with clothing and helmet, reducing transmission through the band. Should the card be missing from


the front of IP&E, simply visit the IP&E stand (4801) to collect another.


Thinking big


Moving fully fitted out modular data centres that weigh 18t is not a job for a lightweight machine, which is why BladeRoom is taking delivery of the largest 4-way Combilift forklift to be built so far


See page 71 Win welding gear


ESAB is offering readers the chance to win a CaddyMig C200i portable MIG/MAG welding unit that can be used with gasless cored wire,


eliminating the need to carry a gas cylinder.


ENQUI RE VIA WWW. I P E S EAR CH.COM See page 58/59


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FREE with this issue of IP&E is an Energy Efficiency supplement. It contains information on the latest


SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT Energy Efficiency May/June 2010


precise control of drill set up, sharpening loads and cycle times.


See page 60 Football focus


ERIKS Tools + Maintenance is a sponsor of IPE’s on-line World Cup football competition – http://ipe.predictorpro.com. Just log on and start to predict the results. Even if you don’t win one of the large TVs or other prizes on offer you can claim free home nations football shirts, balls and sports bags when you purchase special offer products such as AEG heavy duty cordless drills, and hammer drills from ERIKS.


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Boots up for grabs Rock Fall (UK) is offering one IPE reader the chance to win a pair of its new Tomcat boots. To be in with a chance of winning, email your shoe size, name, company and address details to: info@m8mc.co.uk. The first name ‘out of the hat’will win the boots.


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Helping Ford to drive down compressed air energy costs see more on pages 18-19


equipment and services designed to help reduce energy consumption. topics covered include compressed air, drives and motors, monitoring and targeting, and HVAC.


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