Virtual Series On Demand

General Overview of DMIC Capabilities

General Overview of DMIC Capabilities In this session from DMIC attendees will learn the capabilities that DMIC has and how they can offer Solutions Under Pressure for all your Fluid Power needs. Don Couchman, Steve Dellos and Gregg Pangborn will provide an overview of how DMIC provides solution oriented products…

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Where and when should you use environmentally acceptable fluids?

In this session from Panolin, attendees will learn just what EALs (environmentally acceptable lubricants) are and the many types that are available in the marketplace. Brandon Richards will provide an overview of PANOLIN EALs, which are synthetic high-performance lubricants based on fully saturated esters. Learn about the benefits of these…

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Trends and Advances in Food Packaging and Processing

The food industry has undergone significant changes over the last few decades as consumer desires and modern lifestyles have facilitated a shift to more health-conscious foods that include a focus on sustainability. In a recent report Trends and Advances in Food Packaging and Processing sponsored by PMMI, The Association for…

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Understanding Pump and Motor Efficiencies

This presentation discusses the importance of power losses in pumps and motors. Volumetric. mechanical and overall efficiencies will be defined along with methods for determining them. Parameters effecting volumetric, mechanical and overall efficiencies will also be discussed. Manufacturers catalog data will be reviewed and calculations to determine efficiencies at specific…

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From complex to simple: sizing and selection of fluid power seals

It is important to understand the complexities of seal materials, types and designs for use in fluid power application. This session will be a primer on the basics of sealing systems and products specific to the fluid power industry. Josh will discuss general fluid power seal applications, including mounting locations…

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Tackling Hydraulic Challenges with Technology

Kovach will focus on the key reasons why “hydraulics will be around for a long time” as well as five of the challenges currently facing hydraulics (leaks, noise, efficiency, control, and weight). To address these challenges numerous technologies have been recently developed with additional breakthroughs on the horizon. Clearly, the…

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