A new MIT-developed computational method for molecular modeling aims to help scientists reduce soot in hydrocarbons, understand what causes ozone degradation, and discover other chemical molecular behaviors that could potentially improve the atmosphere.
The ArrestAll AR Series self-contained, shaker-type dust collector is suitable for light-duty industrial facilities where the need for filtration is intermittent. Its design is compact, making it easy to install or relocate.
IntelliGen variable-speed brushless blowers feature an advanced electronic drive controller to promote high performance and reliability.
The Series 3000 XPIS gas detector uses existing two-wire systems to monitor for toxic and oxygen gas hazards in potentially flammable environments.
The Flo-Thru sifter has a gap-free screen frame with quick-disconnect clamps and a crevice-free interior finished to cGMP, 3-A, USDA, and FDA standards, allowing rapid, thorough washdown.
Things could get ugly for investors who ignore glaring health risks in the cosmetics industry, warns a new report from the Investor Environmental Health Network (IEHN), which represents 20 investment organizations with $22 billion in assets under management.
Despite pressures from external challenges, the U.S. plastics industry remains one of the largest manufacturing sectors in the U.S.
If there is one thing all workplace safety experts agree on, it is the need for proper protective equipment when undertaking hazardous tasks.
Huntsman Corp., Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP, and Montgomery Chemicals LLC are the latest companies to join the American Chemistry Council.
Diversa Corp. and Celunol Corp. have signed a definitive merger agreement to create a new leader in the emerging cellulosic ethanol industry.
The Texas A&M University System is famous for its agricultural and engineering programs but less well known is the fact that one of its agencies has the country's largest training facility for firefighters. The 120-acre Brayton Fire Training Field is operated by the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) and includes full-scale buildings, a chemical complex, a petroleum refinery unit, a loading terminal, a ship, and an aircraft fuselage for realistic firefighting drills.
In our first issue of 2007, CHEM.INFO asked industry experts from chemical processing associations across the country about the challenges chemical plants would face in the coming year. Most predicted that the growing energy crisis, plant security concerns, and railroad service issues would be the most problematic. Knowing our readers would not sit by idly, we asked how they're handling what they view as the industry's toughest issues.
Ludeca Inc., Doral, FL, is offering two new videos on alignment, vibration, and balancing. The first video examines the features and benefits of the Rotalign Ultra shaft alignment system with continuous sweep measurement mode and wireless Bluetooth communication to the sensor.
Metalfab Inc., Vernon, NJ, is offering a free brochure on feeding equipment for a wide range of processing industry applications. Included are sections on weigh feeders, volumetric feeders, and volumetric belt feeders.