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MAY 2018

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May 2018 45 product news continued ( that includes data related to product part numbers, measurements, weights, replacement data and more. "We think the catalog will really simplify and speed the ordering process for miners," said Mary Erholtz, Superior's vice president of marketing. "As we continue to expand our conveyor components product offering, this useful tool will to grow in size and scope." Current offerings in the catalog include Exterra belt cleaners, impact beds, solutions for transition zones, belt covers, sensors and scales, auto greasers and safety solutions. Lab Analysis Equipment LECO said its 928 series will transform the way users determine carbon and ni- trogen in a variety of organic materials. The latest advancement, according to the company, maintains the core capabilities and performance of previous generations of LECO macro combustion instruments while possessing key improvements in throughput, uptime and reliability. By incorporating state-of-the-art hardware and an on-board touch-screen software platform with rapid analysis times, the 928 series operates at a low-cost-per analysis and allows users to easily handle the most demanding sample applications. Users can maximize their lab's efficien- cy and productivity with a number of 928 se- ries advantages, including rapid cycle anal- ysis times of 5.3 minutes for the nitrogen/ protein model, extended reagent lifetimes, and a 100-sample position autoloader. Smaller, Lighter, Faster Laser Scanner Maptek announced the I-Site SR3, a 600-m-range laser scanner. The R3 series is 30% smaller and 25% lighter than pre- decessor technology, with 2.5 times fast- er data acquisition than the company's I-Site 8000 scanners, Maptek reported. The scanner weighs 9.6 kilograms (kg) and is accurate to 4 mm. High-resolution laser scans collect detailed data for geological and geotechnical face mapping. High-fi- delity imagery captured underground at the same time as scanning provides con- text. A scan window of -40° to 90° vertically, and 360° horizontally captures all surfaces. Whatever the orientation of the scanner, integrated leveling automatically corrects scans before processing, Maptek reported. MADE IN AMERICA 812.490.1525 NEW! DUAL-SPECTRUM MINE LIGHTING SYSTEM • 50% BRIGHTER • Combines bright LED & safe-spectrum UV light • UV makes reflective material POP! • Fits existing enclosures Safety Everyone Can See! (904)356-6840 Providing Quality Products Since 1975

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