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The Possibilities Behind Continuous Chemical Reactor Technology

June 1, 2007 12:37 pm | Comments

Continuous chemical reactors enable ultra-turbulent mixing of reactant streams continuously. Reactant mixtures are highly pressurized and subjected to high shear in microchannels. This report explores their potential.

The ABCs of Tank Selection: What to Ask and What to Compare

June 1, 2007 12:17 pm | Comments

Leading manufacturers offer tanks that can meet specific storage and handling needs. Some companies can even install your own unique components at the factory. Here is advice to consider before signing on the dotted line.

Happy Ending: Metal Finishing Facility Finds Wastewater Treatment Solution

June 1, 2007 12:10 pm | Comments

The loan of a 2-inch non-metallic pump changed everything. Despite being under a tremendous amount of abuse, the pump kept working without incident and dramatically increased productivity. Here's its story…

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New Brochure: Motors and Pumps

June 1, 2007 10:41 am | Comments

A new brochure from Peerless Electric Motors, Warren, OH, shows how canned hermetic motors can complement pump offerings in chemical processing systems.

Under Pressure: Transducers and Testing

June 1, 2007 7:58 am | Comments

When Steve Asselin, a project manager and specialist in automated test measurement, came to Heat Transfer Products Inc., his initial assignment was to design a production line for the company's Munchkin water heaters.

Bright Idea: Filtration and Finances

June 1, 2007 7:58 am | Comments

It's likely the light bulbs in your home came from one glass plant in central Kentucky. Nearly 10 percent of all glass bulbs used to make incandescent light bulbs in the world is manufactured at this Philips Lighting plant.

Worth a Click: Filtration and More

June 1, 2007 7:09 am | Comments

Clark-Reliance, Strongsville, OH, offers insight into the level indication and control, sight flow indication, and separation industries at its redesigned Web site.

Online Resources: More on Safety

June 1, 2007 7:09 am | Comments

Labelmaster, Chicago, a manufacturer of regulatory and hazardous materials compliance products, has added 20 new products to its Spring Hazmat Source catalog, mostly in UN packaging, labels, placards/markings, and spill control.

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New Catalog: Hose and Ducting

June 1, 2007 7:09 am | Comments

A new catalog on flexible hose, ducting, and accessories for a wide range of applications involving air, dust, fumes, and light material transport is being offered by Flexaust Co. Inc. of Warsaw, IN.

New Resource: Feeder Facts

June 1, 2007 7:09 am | Comments

AC-operated high-speed feeders are featured in a free brochure offered by Eriez of Erie, PA.

Useful Download: Machine Safety

June 1, 2007 7:09 am | Comments

Elobau Sensor Technology Inc., Lake Bluff, IL, is highlighting its machine guarding products in a new brochure.

Essential Guide: Glove Selection

June 1, 2007 7:09 am | Comments

North Safety Products, Cranston, RI, is offering a chemical resistance guide to provide advice for choosing chemical handling gloves.

Two Thumbs Up: Actuator Videos

June 1, 2007 7:09 am | Comments

Metso Automation, Northborough, MA, has developed a series of training videos for its popular Valvcon actuators and board options.

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Riding the Rails: Valve Program

June 1, 2007 7:09 am | Comments

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.

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Interactive CD: Bearing Isolators Inside Out

June 1, 2007 7:09 am | Comments

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.

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