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Millipore Corp., Billerica, MA, is offering a brochure (PB1200EN00) to readers who want to understand NovAseptic mixers for use throughout the process line.
"Introduction to Fieldbus," a white paper from Moore Industries, North Hills, CA, has been written without jargon and confusing terminology to explain the differences between Foundation Fieldbus H1 and Profibus PA.
Samples are being offered of metallurgically bonded platinum- or nickel-clad molybdenum wire by Anomet Products Inc. of Shrewsbury, MA.
ConocoPhillips is improving production at its onshore gas receiving facilities in Singapore with laser-based moisture analyzers from SpectraSensors in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
Belgium's G&G International NV is talking about world records these days.
Demand growth for chlorine in Asia will be the driving force for additional chlor-alkali capacity, reports Chemical Market Associates Inc.
Mega retailers such as Wal-Mart and Sam's Club carry enough weight in the marketplace that suppliers need to keep their products in top priority status.
Dairy manufacturers are using M Series sensors from MTS Systems Corp. in Cary, NC, to ease tank cleaning. Clean-in-Place is a process where the interior surfaces of pipes, tanks, and other equipment are thoroughly washed without disassembling the entire system.
Reversible impactors are used for secondary and tertiary crushing and occasionally for primary crushing.
The PneuMax II is a pre-assembled integral packaged blower system ideal for pneumatic conveying.
The Olsa 300 Liter Vacuum Mixer Homogenizer is a standalone plant that includes self-contained vacuum, temperature control, and CIP systems.
After investing millions of dollars in legacy serial communications systems and in many cases, millions more in older SCADA RTUs (remote terminal units) and EFMs (electric flow meters) many oil and gas producers are finding themselves in a pickle.
The engineered plastic cooling tower is practically impervious to the environment, harsh water treatment, and process fluctuations that eat metal clad towers alive.