General Monitors, Lake Forest, CA, a leader in fire and gas hazardous process monitoring, has a new website designed to be a resource for safety professionals.
Labelmaster, a U.S.-based manufacturer of regulatory compliance products, has published its new "Regulatory Compliance Solutions" catalog.
A new 52-page catalog on tank cleaning has been released by Spraying Systems Co., Wheaten, IL.
A new applications and literature CD from McCrometer in Hemet, CA, is chock full of advice on flowmeters.
Neptune Chemical Pump Co. Inc., Lansdale, PA, has published Bulletin PZ-07, a brochure on its line of Tacmina PZ Series electronic metering pumps.
Information about Krohne Inc.'s range of electromagnetic, variable area, ultrasonic, mass, and vortex flowmeters is available in a 58-page brochure called "Always a Good Solution."
"The Evolution of Gas Detectors," a new white paper from MSA in Pittsburgh, PA, highlights the development of portable gas detection instruments from their initial designs through today's small, lightweight, and convenient units.
Red Valve, Carnegie, PA, a supplier of expansion joints, reducers, fittings, elbows, ductwork connections, and vibration pipe, is offering readers a free brochure on its Redflex line of rubber products.
Omega Engineering Inc., Stamford, CT, has more than 190 pages of information and product data for the DAS market featured in a new catalog.
Fluke Corp., Everett, WA, a leader in handheld electronic test and measurement technology, has an online version of its test tools catalog.
ChemSW Inc., Fairfield, CA, has released "How to Survive a Chemical Management Audit," an industry white paper that presents best practices that can be leveraged to handle audits.
A new downloadable presentation from the energy management team of CECO Environmental, Cincinnati, OH, details the cost impact of wasted energy in industrial buildings and processes.
Considered North America's largest process equipment and technology exposition, the 2007 Chem Show in New York, Oct. 30 through Nov. 1, will feature hundreds of innovative products and technologies from more than 600 leading suppliers. The following items offer a sneak peek at some of the many products to be exhibited.
Don't stop reading even if you're getting a feeling of déjà vu! We presented a special report in the July issue titled "10 Technologies You Shouldn't Miss," but this is different. This article highlights 10 more technologies that we believe you'll want to know about. Each one has an important feature in common with all the others innovation.
New research is highlighting concern about the migration of silicon from tubing into final pharmaceutical products. Here's a look at platinum-cured tubing that destroys the dangerous contaminants that can migrate into consumable products.