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Low cost, dual vision thermal imager helps prevent fires, whilst increasing safety and plant uptime. MIDDLESBROUGH, England, Jan. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CorDEX Instruments Ltd. announced today the launch of its new MN4000 panel mounted thermal imager. Utilising both thermal and visible cameras, along with industry standard Modbus/TCP communications, the MN4000 panel mounted thermal imager is simple to integrate into existing plant systems providing an unprecedented degree of thermal information relating to electrical equipment health all in a small, affordable package. Aimed at the industrial electrical market, MN4000 is intended to solve the problem associated with infrared inspection of live electrical equipment which could be potentially fatal in the event of electrocution or arc-flash. Easily installed, the MN4000 is retro-fittable into existing CorDEX IR Window apertures and can be removed if needed without exposing personnel or shutting down equipment. MN4000 is provided with a suite of measurement tools, from its onboard webserver interface with unique, thermal grid alarms, to prewritten PLC Function Block code which ensure trouble-free integration with new or existing PLC networks. Additional CorDEX MONITIR software is also available for small, medium or large scale MN4000 deployments across multiple locations. With 4800 measurement points per camera, all available via Modbus, MN4000 far surpasses current point measurement tools and provides infrared professionals not only the ability to alarm on a specific point, but also to remotely access the camera at any time, to perform a complete diagnosis in total safety. Typical MN4000 installations include; • Transformers, • Motor terminal boxes, • Low & Medium Voltage Switchgear, • Low Voltage Switchgear, • Motor Control Centres, "Traditional infrared inspection techniques involved installing IR Windows, which cannot provide complete protection for thermographers, into electrical panels leaving the potential for severe injury should an arc-flash occur mid inspection," said Tony Holliday, CorDEX's CEO. "The MN4000 not only removes this risk entirely, but it makes IR inspections even more efficient. With the ability to login remotely, time is not wasted travelling between locations, the inspection and diagnosis can be done right there in the office, all in complete safety." MN4000 is breaking new ground with cost, functionality and safety rolled into one unique camera. MN4000 will be available for global order and delivery in January 2017. To learn more, please visit www.cord-ex.com/ or contact Helen Bester at +44 1642 454343.
 
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Salem, OR—ESHA Research, the world’s leading supplier of nutrition analysis solutions, announced today the inclusion of a new Dual Column label format in Genesis R&D Food Formulation and Labeling Software. This new format will allow users to display both per-serving and per-container data on one Nutrition Facts panel in just a few steps. “ESHA is continually striving to make complying with labeling regulations less complicated,” said Craig Bennett, CEO of ESHA. “Especially now, with the changes that have just come out, anything ESHA can do to help cut through the confusion is vital to our users.” With the new FDA labeling regulations, containers that have between 2 and 3 servings in them are now required to use the Dual Column Nutrition Facts label to show nutrition information for a single serving and per the whole container. “Genesis R&D has always had the capability to generate dual column labels in the software, however, the typical use case for such label was for products that required further preparation, such as dry cake mixes, cereal, or dry pasta products,” said Josh Luth, Product Developer at ESHA. “The new dual column label format for a single recipe streamlines the label creating process, saving time and reducing labeling inaccuracies.” The dual column labeling feature comes standard with the latest release (version 11.2) of Genesis R&D. This version will automatically ship to all current Genesis R&D customers. On Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, ESHA will cover this new feature in detail during a free webinar: Creating Dual-Column Nutrition Facts Labels with Genesis R&D.
 
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METTLER TOLEDO Launches New Online Expertise Library A new portal from METTLER TOLEDO provides visitors with access to more than 9,000 documents, webinars, videos, and more in one easy-to-use location. December 6th, 2016 - METTLER TOLEDO has launched its online Expertise Library , a one-stop portal for all the knowledge resources, including white papers, guides, handbooks, case studies, magazines, webinars, videos, catalogues, brochures, datasheets, user manuals, operating instructions, certificates and more. To access more than 9,000 documents, webinars and videos available online, visit the METTLER TOLEDO Expertise Library . The new knowledge resource center includes a wealth of information on best practices, safety, compliance, global certification, research, applications, good measuring practices, and more. The available content covers topics in the areas of: * Laboratory measurements * Industrial weighing * Product inspection in pharma and food production * Weighing in grocery retail * Process analytics and others. The Expertise Library is a unique content hub with resources for people working in pharma, academia, food production, chemical industry, mining, engineering or logistics who want to improve their skills and competence and grow as a professional. Specialists working in laboratory, quality control, product inspection, manufacturing and other workplaces will discover an impressive collection of relevant content to fulfill their needs. Visitors can benefit from METTLER TOLEDO's invaluable know-how and unique insights coming from vast experience with and long history of working in production of balances, scales and other precision instruments. The Expertise Library launch confirms METTLER TOLEDO's position as the thought leader of the industry. The company has been consistently publishing original, high-value content for the past several years. The resources include a tremendous array of assets including buyer's guides, instrument calibration recommendations, pharma and food industry requirements, best practice guides for manufacturing process optimization, theory guides, lean lab and lean production guides, recommendations on process safety, and more. The Expertise Library aim is twofold: * To provide support for customers searching for product documents, such as balance operating instructions and technical specifications * To help visitors find relevant information on diverse set of topics, which would then aid them in performing better in their workplace. The Expertise Library is accessible anytime from desktop and mobile devices and features fast search. The documents and multimedia assets are available in many languages, including English, Japanese, German, Chinese, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, and Korean.
 
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We are happy to announce that SIAL Canada will welcome the European Union as the region of honour for the show’s 14th edition in 2017. The SIAL International Food Tradeshow will take place at Toronto’s Enercare Centre from May 2nd to May 4th, 2017.
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