ChemSW, Inc.'s CISPro Global and CISProLive Chemical Inventory Systems now comply with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standard.
The Asia Syringe Pump from Syrris u ses two independent continuous flow channels, each with an integrated pressure sensor.
Intelligrated ® now designs, sells, manufactures and supports the complete line of Crisplant tilt-tray and cross-belt sorters.
The programmable logic controller on Hapman's line of PosiPortion™ feeders can accommodate varying batches & multiple feeders.
Utilizing oil-free air for manufacturing processes will virtually eliminate the risk of oil contamination in food products and packaging materials.
It is critical to obtain chemical reactivity data under both desired and undesired process conditions via experimental testing to ensure the process is safe.
Having information at your fingertips is becoming more of a necessity than a luxury. A number of new mobile applications provide plant operations managers and engineers with tools for quick safety references and process calculations.
Ideally, Coriolis sensors would be standard, but the practical solution is often thermal.
The Commerce Department has made increasing exports a top priority, and is offering an International Marketing Plan Workbook to help manufacturers.
Liners are a simple, cost-effective of protecting your product against moisture, oxygen, odor, grease, and other contaminates.
EXAIR's Heavy Duty Dry Vac™ is compressed-air powered and uses an attachable 55 gallon open-top drum.
Grundfos Pumps' expanded range of CR-H multi-stage end suction pumps includes additional ANSI pump sizes in ductile iron construction and for flows up to 635 GPM.
Pressure Systems can now build and ship its KPSI transducer models in two days.
VICI Valco’s 360-µm high pressure fittings permit direct connection of 360 micron OD fused silica, PEEK, stainless or electroformed nickel tubing without the use of liners.
When Endeavour astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper dropped her toolbag during a spacewalk on Nov. 18th and it floated away, mission controllers probably thought they'd seen the last of it. Think again. Amateur astronomers have been monitoring the backpack-sized toolbag as it circles...