Things to Know
Cleveland-basedAdalethas released a full-color brochure, available at www.adalet.com, detailing more than 500 industrial electrical enclosures and systems. Included in the brochure are details on application specifications, construction designs, customizations, and available models for NEMA 4X industrial enclosures and systems.
Adalet also has begun carryingNoshokdry- and liquid-filled pressure gauges on the the AD Productsweb site following an agreement reach with the Berea, Ohio, company. These gauges are suited for process, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, food and testing applications.
Gems Sensors, Plainville, Conn., has acquiredPrecision Dynamics Inc. (PreDyne), a manufacturer of custom miniature solenoid valves, manifolds assemblies and fluidic systems.Gems Sensorswill becomeGems Sensors & Controls. PreDyne valves and manifold assemblies will continue to be manufactured at the New Britain, Conn., facility, and PreDyne's sales and engineering staff will join Gems to support the product line.
St. Louis-basedEmersonhas acquiredBristol Babcock, Watertown, Conn., from FKI plc, Loughborough, England, for $121 million. To be renamed Bristol, it becomes part ofEmerson Process Management.
ESS, Tempe, Ariz., a provider of operational risk management software and services for environmental, health and safety (EH&S) and crisis management, has received an award for international expansion from Environmental Business Journal. The award resulted primarily from overseas projects, including those in the People's Republic of China and Kuwait, that ESS began during the year.
Orange Research, Milford, Conn., has released a 32-page catalog containing detailed specifications, photographs and dimensioned drawings of the company's line of differential pressure instruments, flowmeters and liquid level switches. It can be downloaded atwww.orangeresearch.com.
The corporate headquarters that manufactures flow measurement systems forRacine Federated Inc., Racine, Wis., is celebrating 35 years in business. In 2004, Racine Federated moved from two buildings to its current 160,000 ft2structure. Part of moving to a new building was to consolidate all divisions under one roof to gain efficiencies.