Eurotherm by Schnedier Electric
44621 Guilford Dr.
Ashburn , VA 20147 US
A Schneider Electric Company
As Seen In Plastics Technology
Controls: Modular Package for Extrusion
System billed as modular and scalable for all types of extrusion control.
Controls: Modular Control Package For Extrusion
Said to offer precision control and complete open PLC functionality in a scalable modular form.
Industry Veteran Reflects on the History of Controls
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Eurotherm, a global leader in controls systems for plastics processors of all kinds.
BLOW MOLDING AT NPE: Energy Savings, Lightweighting & Flexibility
New machines are mostly all-electric, hybrid, or servo-hydraulic.
Extrusion & Compounding at NPE: More Output, More Flexibility, Less Energy
There won't be many blown-film lines running, but there is still much in the way of innovation going on in extrusion and compounding.
NPE News in Blow Molding
While occupying a relatively small category of exhibits, blow molding will present no lack of innovation at NPE.
Low-Cost Parison Control
WEB EXCLUSIVE A new low-cost add-on parison wall-thickness control system comes from Eurotherm Inc., Leesburg, Va.
Are Networked Process Sensors In Your Future?
The latest fashion in machine controls is to network temperature and pressure sensors with fieldbus protocols for faster, more accurate data acquisition, built-in sensor diagnostics, and better machine uptime.
What to See at NPE 2006: Control and Monitoring
Web-based or wireless monitoring, combined temperature and pressure sensing, cost-saving modularity, and better ways to display and report process and production data are some of the advances in control and monitoring that will be presented at this year’s NPE.One development that could have the broadest implications is Watlow’s new EZ-Zone ST modular “integrated architecture” for temperature control loops.
Say Goodbye to Wiring Tangles With 'Snap-Together' Controls
A brand-new family of MACO control systems from Barber-Colman Co. in Love's Park, Ill., employs a "building-block" strategy intended to reduce the system's installed cost while improving its performance.