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METALCASTING SUPPLIES Handheld Meters for Test Kits Crucibles for Cost Savings


OMEGA, Stamford, Connecticut, has introduced a series of handheld meters for test kits. One is the HHC200 Series of portable environmental meters for temperature, pressure, RPM/light inten- sity, air fl ow, humidity, dew point, and wet bulb measurement. T e complete series of seven meters off er fast and accu- rate readings for your environmental fi eld monitoring needs, measuring outdoor or laboratory created conditions such as wind chill, humidity, dew point, measur- ing the illumination in photo labs and


offi ce environments. Visit www.omega.com/pptst/HHC200-Series.html for more information


Morgan Advanced Materials, Windsor, England, has introduced a crucible that has brought substantial cost savings in operational conditions for custom- ers in the aluminum melting industry. T e fi eld trials of the Syn- carb Z2 e2 are being used to develop Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) models, which take into account all the direct and indirect costs associated with their use. One large metalcasting business involved in the fi eld trials has decreased its total crucible TCO by approximately $777,000. Visit www.morganmms.com for more information.


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