Metso Automation, Northborough, MA, has developed a series of training videos for its popular Valvcon actuators and board options.
Midland Manufacturing, Skokie, IL, a leader in railroad tank car safety valves and equipment, is offering a brochure detailing its valve remanufacturing program, created to give customers the ability to have used rail tank car valves restored to like-new condition while providing data to manage planned maintenance intervals.
Inpro/Seal Co., Rock Island, IL, reports it's producing nearly 40,000 bearing isolators per month and anticipates it will manufacture 100,000 per month in the near term.
A free video from the IFH Group, Rock Falls, IL, offers information on a storage and dispensing system for industrial fluids.
Swagelok Co., Solon, OH, offers more than 1 million detailed product and CAD drawings on its web site.
New data from DuPont and BP, based on ongoing laboratory-based engine testing and limited fleet testing, indicate that biobutanol performs similarly to unleaded gasoline on key parameters.
The Soap and Detergent Association has come out in support of the Responsible Renewable Energy Tax Credit Act of 2007, legislation that would eliminate the biofuel tax credit for co-produced renewable diesel.
Rich Grzanka of Anguil Environmental Systems Inc. in Milwaukee will present "Air Emissions: Keeping Ethanol Production Green" Thursday, June 28, during the Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo, which is taking place June 26-29 at America's Center in St. Louis, MO.
N-Viro International Corp., Toledo, OH, says details of a test conducted on its biofuel at Michigan State University's T.B. Simon power plant has proven that the fuel can be used competitively to create electricity in coal-fired power plants.
POET's new $105 million ethanol production facility in Corning, IA, is the company's 20th production facility and the seventh in the state.
Southern Research Institute, Birmingham, AL, has opened a carbon-to-liquids development center in the Research Triangle region of North Carolina.
Demand for ethanol produced from corn and used as an oxygenation additive for gasoline has all but replaced the previously used toxic oxygenation additive, but it has also produced a sharp increase in the commodity price of corn.
Purdue University chemical engineers have proposed an environmentally friendly process for producing liquid fuels from biomass that comes from agricultural and forest waste.
Mascoma Corp., Cambridge, MA, a leader in cellulosic biomass-to-biofuels development and production, has secured $4.9 million in funding from the Department of Energy for the development of fermentative organisms that speed the conversion of cellulosic biomass into ethanol, making it commercially viable to produce.