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METALCASTING SUPPLIES Polymeric Capillary Sealer GRAPHALLOY For High-Temperature Pillow Blocks


Stronghold Coating Systems (Frank- lin, Ohio) has introduced Blue Dich- tol, the fi rst polymeric capillary sealer for castings and composites that allows 100% visual inspection to ensure that porosity has been sealed. It impreg- nates micropores and hairline cracks without vacuum or pressure, forming a protective barrier to gasses and liquids that is not invisible when cured. Blue Dichtol penetrates deeply into the coating to prevent corrosion of the metal substrate. Pressure resistant to 8,700 psi, and temperature resistant to 932F, this proven product can be used for castings, composites and more. Visit www.StrongholdOne.com for more information.


Graphite Metallizing Corporation (Yon- kers, New York) announces GRAPHAL- LOY Type 163 pillow block assemblies for high-temperature and submerged environments that do not require the use of grease or oil. GRAPHALLOY Type 163 pillow block is an easy-to-install design for moderate-speed applications that will operate under high- or low-load conditions. T is heavy-duty unit is avail- able in cast iron or stainless steel. A cast iron split-angle housing is also available. Pillow Block Type 163 is suitable for high temperature applications such as ovens, drag-line conveyors and dampers. Visit www.graphalloy.com for more information.


Thermal Transfer Label Printer K-Sun Corp. (Somerset, Wisconsin) has introduced the Epson LABELWORKS PX LW-PX700 industrial label maker fo r creating durable, custom and compliant labels, wire markers and more up to 1 in. wide. Exclusive features of the LW-PX700 save time, eff ort and money by creating a lower total cost of owner- ship are auto tape rewind, the mixed-length hot keys, the pick- and-print function, and a lifetime warranty that is an assurance of Epson LABELWORKS PX’s performance. Visit www.ksun.com for more information.


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