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Epoxy Flooring System from StaticStop


AVON, MA — StaticStop, a divi- sion of SelecTech, Inc., has intro- duced its new PolyStyle ESD™ flooring system. The flooring is designed for industrial and pro- duction areas, warehouses and high-traffic aisles.


tent system resistance and low body voltage generation. From airplane hangars and


areas at risk of explosion to sen- sitive product storage and trans- port aisles, PolyStyle ESD is an easy and reliable solution that


September, 2021


Zuken Releases New Version of E3.series


WESTFORD, MA — Zuken’s wire and cable engineering sys- tem E3.series has been improved for 2021 with enhancements for connector handling, 3D control cabinet design, and ECAD/ MCAD collaboration. Zuken announces the 2021


release of E3.series focusing on increasing user efficiency through extended func- tionality in connector han- dling, 3D control cabinet design and component database as well as API extensions enabling the creation of user-defined add-on programs and in- terfaces. The enhancements,


PolyStyle ESD multilayer flooring system. PolyStyle ESD is a multilay-


er flooring system consisting of a primer/barrier coat, a conductive ground-plane coat, and a highly durable polyurethane ESD/color coat.


This three-part system pro-


vides a highly reliable ESD floor system that ensures compliance with strict ESD standards like ANSI/ESD S20.20, with consis-


goes down quickly and ensures total ESD protection. It is avail- able in a variety of colors and the polyurethane topcoat provides exceptional durability, tough- ness and scratch resistance. Contact: SelecTech, Inc., 33


Wales Avenue, Avon, MA 02322 % 508-583-3200 E-mail: jberk@selectech.com Web: www.selectech.com


many of which were initi- ated as part of joint proj- ects with major global E3.series customers, have been designed to make electrical and fluid engi- neering more intuitive and therefore faster, easier, and more robust. In the areas of schematics


and cabling, the 2021 release in- troduces additional online checks for manually plugging connectors, complementing E3.series’ auto- matic selection of mating connec- tors from the database. If a connector is assigned or modified manually, the error


checking functionality now looks up eligible mating connectors in the database and issues a warn- ing if an incompatible connector has been selected. The checks also prevent the


manual connection of plug-on- plug or socket-on-socket. Anoth- er important extension in the schematics application addresses


E3.series wire and cable engineering software.


the handling of connectors with inserts, which combine several different connectors into a single complex component. Contact: Zuken USA, Inc.,


238 Littleton Road, Suite 100, Westford, MA 01886 % 972-691-3284 E-mail: amy.clements@zukenusa.com Web: www.zuken.com


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