Automation plays a big role in the production of candy canes, which, as it turns out, isn't all that different from rolling out steel.
This coal-fired power plant in WV is the first in the world to use carbon capture and sequestration technology.
Tests using foam and dry chemical methods show the comparative effectiveness of dry chemical fire suppression.
A compelling argument for solar thermal collectors over solar cells is based on the need to go low-tech.
Inside Sanofi Pasteur's production facility, where H1N1 vaccine is churned out 24 hours a day.
BinMaster ® Level Controls' SmartBob weight and cable inventory measurement system has an optional SmartBob2-SS sensor for brine interface applications.
American Sensor Technologies has released a ¼" NPT female pressure transmitter made from 316L Stainless Steel to prevent sulfide stress cracking from sour gas.
Automation allows packagers to increase production, consistency and reliability, while improving working conditions and allowing manufacturers to quickly change to more eco-friendly packaging materials.
Sensortechnics’ new CLW series detects point levels of liquids and granular or pulverized materials without contacting the media.
Mettler Toledo's IND560x weighing terminal features analog or electro magnetic force restoration weighing technologies.
The David Round Company has announced a new service to help retrofit radial gate hoists for water gating applications.
The HYDRA C22 Ammonium Analyzer from Electro-Chemical Devices monitors the ammonium nutrient load directly in the aeration basin of a waste water treatment plant as well as lakes and streams.
Having a pharmacopeia of drugs in your purse is now perceived as normal, with advertising bombarding us via the radio, TV and more recently, the Net.
Among the things I learnt in 2009: E-mail is slowly suffocating me, I cannot hit a fast-pitch baseball or eat a 5-lb bag of oranges before they turn, and manufacturing’s place in America is not a given.
( Scripps Research Institute ) Scientists from the Scripps Research Institute have determined for the first time that prions, bits of infectious protein devoid of DNA or RNA that can cause fatal neurodegenerative disease, are capable of Darwinian evolution.