This coal-fired power plant in WV is the first in the world to use carbon capture and sequestration technology.
As the final touch in its quality-conscious endeavor, The Really Cool Food Company relies on AdvanChek x-ray inspection systems and Beltweigh XE checkweighers from Mettler-Toledo.
Positive thinking — reinforced by our Oprah-like “me power” culture, not to mention novels that suggest you can have everything if you optimize your mental powers to attract it — is delusional.
Omega’s new CLDTX series of chlorine dioxide sensors and FCLTX series of free chlorine sensors feature amperometric measurement technology.
PAS recently launched its Integrity automation disaster recovery solution, which facilitates the timely restoration of power and processing plants in the event of a natural or man-made disaster.
Turkeys are big business in Minnesota. In fact, the state raises 46 million turkeys a year. That's a lot of turkeys as well as lot of turkey litter. A company in Benson, Minnesota called Fibrominn has come up with an ingenious way to turn that litter into energy - generating close to 55...
The Sentry Guard Post™ allows chemical processing plant managers and material handling supervisors to demarcate plant walk-through path traffic.
Kason Corporation's Vibroscreen ® vibratory screener discharges oversize particles 360° around the periphery of a circular screening deck in order to increase capacity and prolong screen life.
Material handling solutions were used to reduce downtime and repair costs at Ben & Jerry’s manufacturing and distribution facility.
Munson Machinery's MX-1-SSJ miniature rotary batch mixer achieves 100 percent batch uniformity in less than 3 minutes.
Carlo Gavazzi's long range through-beam photoelectric sensor can be powered for up to 2.5 years on a pair of 3.6V lithium batteries.
Neptune Mixer Co.'s Cap-Mount tote mixer uses a 430-RPM Neptune Series HGL mixer fitted with a bolted-style 316 stainless steel bulkhead fitting.
Dickson's monitoring technology experts can i dentify which monitoring instruments enable regulatory compliance and require the least amount of maintenance.
The Smart Choices program was a great idea. It was intended to create a single and uniform labeling system that would help consumers identify smarter food choices. So why did it blow up in the faces of its creators?