August 28, 2007 | Vol 2, Num 35
e-glass weekly, your weekly source for industry news and financial data
News to know
More consolidation coming
More top stories
Product spotlight
Temperature controller
Financials
Construction slips 11 percent in July
More business headlines
e-Poll
Do you think the fall of the subprime mortgage market will affect construction spending in the nonresidential segment?
Yes, and it could be severe
Yes, but it will be minor
No, the market is strong enough to withstand it



Last week's poll results: 
Have you been a victim of an ordering scam?

56.58%: No

27.63%: No, because we caught on in time

15.79%: Yes



Product spotlight

Temperature controller
Plymouth, Mich.-based Sealant Equipment and Engineering introduced the Peltier series thermoelectric temperature controller for controlling the fluid temperature of adhesives, sealants, lubricants and other materials in meter, mix and dispensing systems. The controller uses the Peltier-Seebeck effect to directly convert electrical voltage to thermal differentials. This effect, which is reversible, either heats or cools fluid materials with precision to the temperature set point. The controller is mounted to a manifold where the fluid passes through to be heated, maintained or cooled, and the manifold can be mounted in-line or on fluid dispensing equipment such as the company’s one- and two-component metering systems. Optional accessories are fluid pressure sensors, fluid pressure gauges, and inlet and outlet flow control valves, among others.

734/459-8600 | www.sealantequipment.com

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