One must acknowledge the positive contribution chemicals have on our way of life, but we must also be aware of the real potential dangers they present, both to life itself and to the environment.
A pharmaceutical manufacturer was able to transition from manual business processes to an integrated enterprise resource planning software system in three months.
In the aftermath of last week’s devastating earthquake in Haiti, food companies are coming to the rescue — in more ways than you might expect.
The W4S-3 INOX Photoelectric Sensor from SICK features a smooth, IP 69K stainless steel housing that withstands harsh wash-down applications.
Almatec's E-Series Plastic Air-Operated Double Diaphragm pumps use a PERSWING P ® air-control system and valves to ensure accurate reversal of the main piston.
Sweco's Mobile QuickChange™ system makes screen changing a one man job.
I realize we love glowing gadgets, but just because it’s old doesn’t make it obsolete. And just because it’s new doesn’t make it better.
Watson-Marlow Pumps' GORE High Resilience Tubing (Style 400) is able to maintain a stable flow rate for thousands of hours while pumping aggressive chemicals.
Colder Products' DrumQuik ® 3-Port Universal Dispensing Adaptor facilitates the connection and disconnection of multiple chemical lines while minimizing chemical exposure.
The PetroOXY Rapid Oxidation Stability tester from Petrotest Instruments is designed to replace traditional stability test methods.
American Fabric Filter Co. now offers replacement bags for plenum style-collectors and free technical assistance to ensure a proper fit.
Repairing a methane reactor is one thing, but doing it submerged under 25 feet of hot sludge is another thing all together.
Inside Sadex Corp.'s Sioux City, Iowa food processing plant where ionizing radiation is used to kill bacteria, reduce spoilage parasites, inhibit sprouting and delay ripening.
The Energy Information Administration recently released its 2010 energy report, looking at how demand for liquid fuels, natural gas, solar and wind will change over the next 25 years — and there's a good chance biofuel production will not reach mandated levels.