Our first Fluid Power Monthly eNewsletter has been published and it is a winner. It is a winner because it has very good fluid power content including Hydraulics handles the hassle of hauling helicopters. This article describes a device, powered by hydraulics, that moves helicopters on the ground in the absence of wheels. You can also find this article on the H&P website by clicking here.
The next article on the list is from our regular monthly contributor Josh Cosford and it is titled Fluid Power Tips, Number 17. This is a two-part article and the last in a chain of schematic and symbol writing articles. Josh has had a lot of feedback on this subject so he continues to offer his insights. This too, is available from our website.
From our archives, this edition of Fluid Power Monthly offers Is Air Lubrication Still Practical? Originally published in 2006, this article helps our readers to decide which, if any, type of lubricator to use in a compressed air system by addressing performance, maintenance, safety, and workplace environment. The full article can be accessed by clicking here.
It is also a winner because of our advertisers who are using this vehicle to reach a qualified audience. I thank all of our advertisers in this issue including Tompkins Industries, IFH Group, J.R. Merritt Controls, Inc., Exair, and Kurt Hydraulics. I invite you to click on their links and visit their websites for more information about the products advertised.
In February, we will publish our next edition of Fluid Power Monthly along with our new second eNewsletter titled Automate With Air which will be 100% devoted to pneumatic technology. In addition, in both January and February, we will publish our Product Source eNewsletter and for a sample of that, please click here.
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