Universal Dynamics Inc. rolled out its personal-computer-based control and monitoring system for materials-handling equipment, called Echo Millennium, which can be networked with local or remote-control monitoring systems.
Process-chain analysis ensures the right material reaches the right machine.
Operators, quality-control departments and management can generate performance reports, monitor process variables and material use, and pinpoint problem areas.
Echo Millennium also allows for monitoring and graphing process variables and alarms on most devices that are compatible with standards set by the Society of the Plastics Industry Inc. of Washington.
Una-Dyn said Millennium can be retrofitted easily to existing Echo control systems, as well as competing materials-handling systems.
The Woodbridge, Va.-based auxiliary equipment dealer also offers a GS drying system, incorporating a modular design to give quick access to all key components.
Dual desiccant beds make the GS an energy-efficient, low-dewpoint dryer. The company claims the portable unit has the smallest footprint in the industry.
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