By Mike Rainone, Co-Founder, PCDworks It’s finally gotten to me. I have given up on
Autodesk, Inc. has released AutoCAD Plant 3D 2010, a software product that applies model-based design to mainstream plant design projects.
These Warner Electric permanent magnet clutches and brakes come with: Smooth torque achieved as low as 1 up to 1,800 RPM. Torque independent of slip speed. Constant torque for tension or torque-limiting applications.
E Instruments introduces its E1100 handheld combustion analyzer as a rugged unit for boiler, burner, engine, turbine, furnace and other combustion applications.
Spectronics Corp. announces their BIB-150P ultraviolet inspection lamp. The hand-held UV lamp has a unique 150-watt Built-In-Ballast™ bulb and is for pinpointing any industrial leak such as oil, hydraulics, refrigerant, gasoline, diesel fuel or water.
West Chester Holdings recently launched its Lunar foam nitrile palm dip gloves, which are ideal for all types of commercial and industrial applications.
By David Rausen, Solix Biofuels The Challenge Developing a data acquisition system and control platform that is flexible for R&D yet rugged for industrial deployments of Solix's Algal Growth System (AGSâ„¢) Technology.
B y Chuck Bartels AP Business Writer - October 13, 2009 LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - Good help is hard to find, unless that help is doing hard time.
PORT ARTHUR, Texas (AP) - No injuries have been reported in a fire at a Total Petrochemicals facility in Port Arthur. Company spokeswoman Pat Avery says the fire Tuesday morning involved a heavy oil line between a crude unit and a tank farm.
CHI-CHI ZHANG Associated Press Writer - October 13, 2009 ZHANGLIDONG, China (AP) - Visitors can smell this village long before they see it.
JUDITH KOHLER Associated Press Writer - October 13, 2009 DENVER (AP) - The
BALTIMORE (AP) - A group of expatriate Iraqi Kurds have dropped their federal court claim that Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. sold chemical-weapons materials to the Saddam Hussein regime in the 1980s.
Jim Lane Biofuels Digest - October 13, 2009 In Washington, the U.S. Secretary of Energy, Dr.
I noticed two prevailing trends at last week's Pack and Process Expos: The continued push for sustainable options and an overall attempt to help companies succeed despite the bad economy.