Oseco, Broken Arrow, OK, has issued the third edition of its CD catalog with expanded language capabilities and content.
The last couple of years have seen the introduction of an entirely new generation of diaphragm metering pumps. These pumps incorporate digital robotic-like technology to improve accuracy and process control, saving money by lowering the amount of chemicals used and reducing the number of pump sizes required by large users of dosing pumps.
Solution providers from around the world will come together in Houston, TX, Oct. 2-4 for ISA EXPO, considered to be North America's largest automation and control exhibition.
Sartorius Corp., Edgewood, NY, has been awarded ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation for field calibration.
The acquisition of the assets of Escor, a Milwaukee-based engineering and design firm that provides control systems for use in wastewater treatment systems, was announced by Dresser Roots, Houston, TX.
Ingersoll Rand Air Solutions, Davidson, NC, has announced that it is the first manufacturer in the world to be certified Class 0 for centrifugal air compressors.
Farr Air Pollution Control, Jonesboro, AR, is offering its popular Gold Series dust collector with a new high-performance explosion vent for applications involving the capture of explosive dusts.
Arizona Chemical has selected Liaison Technologies, a real-time multi-enterprise integration infrastructure provider, for its integration managed services capabilities in order to implement trading partner connectivity and mapping for one of the world's largest producers of naturally derived specialty resins and pine-based chemicals.
Charles Larson has been promoted to director of technology, a newly created role intended to strengthen the link between strategic product direction and product design strategies, at Moore Industries-International Inc., North Hills, CA.
Innovative Processing Solutions, Aurora, IN, has appointed Dan Powell as system engineer.
Responding to the increasing demands of the European market, Concoa has opened a manufacturing plant in the Netherlands.
Bristol Water, which relies on dissolved ozone for the disinfection of potable water, is using an innovative dissolved ozone monitor to improve its drinking water quality.
After 35 years with Air Products, John P. Jones, chairman and CEO, will retire in October as CEO of the company. At that time, John E. McGlade, currently president and COO, will become CEO.
Rohm and Haas Co. says it's allocating $150 million roughly half of its nearly $300 million 2007 R&D budget for sustainability efforts including new product development, energy efficiency, and process improvements.