The investigation into a fatal methanol tank explosion at a Florida wastewater treatment plant, and the resulting safety recommendations.
A 3D scanner is used to model a discontinued steam engine valve before a mold is cast using a 3D platic printer.
Here is a demo of how to get your pump openings compliant with EPA 2011 regulations.
How oil skimmers are used to recover waste oils, reduce maintenance and chemical treatment costs, and help compliance with environmental standards.
Popcorn Tweets! The Twitter-powered popcorn machine ** Tech Doc Here: http://tinyurl.com/ni-tech-doc ** By Dave Britt (@_clevermonkey_) and Justin Goeres (@JustinGoeres) A custom LabVIEW program polls Twitter for any mention of #popcorn, and for each Tweet, activates a LEGO Mindstorms NXT...
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How raioactive source containers can be used to safely measure the level and density of materials.
A resurgence in wireless power tecnology and the introduction of early products has created the need for a standardized interface that allows interoperability between embedded receivers and transmitters.
Many business continuity plans (BCPs) do not include established protocols for proving losses caused by a disaster.
Engineers can now draw conveyor systems to more precise dimensions with Dorner’s new 3D CAD modeling software.
Kemutec’s new butterfly valves have standard 10-bar capability and are permanently watertight.
BinMaster Level Controls' BM-30 LGX particulate monitoring system can detect leaks before emissions are visible.
Belden’s new 2000 Volt variable frequency drive cable designs include an updated classic model and a symmetrical model.
The frivolous class-action lawsuit against Toyota got me thinking — I’d like to announce a new series of lawsuits that I’ll be pursuing in 2010.
Security has become less of a concern over the last year, with the percentage of Food Manufacturing readers worried about security issues in their plants dropping from 90 percent to 78 percent.