ST. LOUIS (AP) - Monsanto Co., the world's biggest seed maker, said Thursday it plans to make deeper work force cuts than previously announced, saying it will reduce its staff by about 8 percent to cut costs. The St.
A stainless steel version of TKF’s high-speed continuous vertical lift resists rust and other corrosion.
Martin Sprocket & Gear now offers a complete line of heavy-duty conveyor pulleys and
KNF diaphragm process pumps can easily be customized for application-specific duty in industries ranging from nuclear to petrochemical.
The piston air valve used on Blackmer’s TX/TXD series of sliding vane pumps is now available in a 3-inch configuration. According to the company, the piston air valves provide much longer service life, which means less leakage from the pump.
Thrill-seeking robot programmers, that is. Chem.Info's editorial staff, of course, does not condone such obviously dangerous - albeit fun-looking - creativity.
The removal of residue from processing equipment using a dry ice blasting machine.
A flaming styrene tanker catches firefighters off guard when it explodes, showering them with flames and debris.
U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu talks about promising cellulosic ethanol feedstocks and new research that allows yeast to convert simple sugars to biodiesel and gasoline by altering its metabolic pathway.
BERLIN (AP) - German drug and chemical maker Merck KGaA said Wednesday that it has bought Chinese pigment company Suzhou Taizhu Technology Development Co. Ltd. in a deal that gives it more clout in a fast-growing market.
By Jeff Reinke, Editorial Director, Manufacturing Group One of the great American traditions is that of embracing the plight of the little guy, the underdog, the one with all the odds stacked against them.
The brewing of beer is the most energy-intensive of all foodstuffs during production. A cool, freshly drawn beer has a dark side: it is among the most energy-intensive foodstuffs during production.
By Nancy McMullen COLUMBIA, Mo. - The Lost Orphan Mine below the Grand Canyon hasn't produced uranium since the 1960s, but radioactive residue still contaminates the area.
MATTHEW PERRONE AP Business Writer - September 9, 2009 WASHINGTON (AP)Â - Food makers must alert government officials of potentially contaminated products within 24 hours under a new rule designed to help federal regulators spot food safety issues sooner.