Coil coatings can be used to comabt corrosion from environmental pollutants, but the wrong coating can reduce heat transfer capabilities and lead to higher energy bills.
Concrete construction vibrators from Cleveland Vibrator Company feature powerful linear vibration with either impact, or air-cushioned pistons for reduced noise level.
Tovatech's dual frequency P series ultrasonic cleaner dissolves difficult samples using the highest ultrasonic power commercially available.
Flowserve Corporation’s redesigned noble alloy swing check valve uses casting technology in lieu of forgings, which reduces the weight of the valve by 45 percent.
AutomationDirect is offering a free demo version of its Think & Do programming software, which features flow chart programming and an integrated HMI creator.
Schott built its pharmaceutical packaging facility with twice the footprint necessary for existing operations. When advances in biotechnology created a demand for syringes, the company had room to install a state-of-the-art production line.
There is a real difference between back-up power and truly uninterruptible back-up power.
A new proposal names the east coast and Alaska as potential locations for new U.S. offshore drilling.
Firefighters responded to a huge fire at a storage facility for chemicals and other hazardous materials in Denham Springs, Louisiana. No injuries were immediately reported, but officials say a four-block area near the facility was evacuated. (March 3)
The IT giant is using sensor networks to measure the temperature, pH and speed of waterways in order to manage water quality.
Clean Skies News talks to Henri-James Tieleman, CEO of Ecoloblue, a company that has invented a way to make water out of thin air. Tieleman explains the process, which does not require plumbing or refilling the water.
Retired stuntman Courageous Carl Payne mounts his moped and takes on the stream from a pressure washer. Hilarity ensues.
Not being green enough is now a legitimate reason for dissolving a business partnership or abandoning a product.
The measurement of sound can provide valuable clues to the gearbox operator, equipment manufacturer and/or gearbox supplier as to the condition of the unit in question.