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Getting Inside CPVC Piping for Wastewater Treatment Use

July 5, 2007 12:18 pm | Comments

CPVC is an attractive alternative for wastewater treatment facilities because of its corrosion resistance, mechanical strength, and life-cycle economics. Here’s a real-world look at its strengths and capabilities.

Fuel for Thought: How to Keep Ethanol Production Green

July 5, 2007 11:27 am | Comments

An ethanol developer's speed to market, permitting expenses, material logistics, energy source, and selected co-products all relate to the dryer type and air pollution control technology decisions.

12 Key Rules When Dealing With Gas Control Systems

July 5, 2007 11:14 am | Comments

It's essential to understand material compatibility issues — and your options — when selecting pressure and flow control devices for calibration and sampling of reactive gases in the chemical process and quality control laboratory.

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How to Determine Calibration Frequency for Pipettes in the Lab

July 5, 2007 10:41 am | Comments

Since pipettes are subject to silent and random failures, the most important aspect of pipette quality control is maintaining a calibration frequency that achieves sufficiently high reliability. Here are step-by-step guidelines for you to use.

White Paper: Fieldbus H1 Systems

July 5, 2007 5:28 am | Comments

A white paper titled "Implementing Foundation Fieldbus H1 Networks in Hazardous Areas" by Bruce Bradley, PE, of Boehringer Ingelheim Chemicals Inc., Petersburg, VA, provides a rigorous discussion of hazardous environments, the standards and practices involved, and considerations for installing a Foundation Fieldbus H1 system.

Number Crunching: Free Booklet Zeroes in on R&D Tax Credit

July 5, 2007 5:28 am | Comments

A new booklet that provides a synopsis of the R&D tax credit in everyday language, including what expenses qualify and the documentation required, is being offered by CCR Cost Recovery Services LLC, Westborough, MA.

‘Magnetic’ Data: Separator Brochure

July 5, 2007 5:28 am | Comments

Eriez, Erie, PA, is offering a free brochure on its new line of ProGrade magnetic separators.

Best Bet: Blower Guide

July 5, 2007 5:28 am | Comments

A brochure describing blowers and compressors, including pre-assembled, skid-mounted blower units in special noise abatement enclosures, is available from Dresser Roots, Houston, TX.

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New Catalog: Liquid Level Sensors

July 5, 2007 5:28 am | Comments

MTS Systems Corp., Sensors Division, Cary, NC, has a new product catalog for liquid level applications such as oil and gas, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and specialty chemical.

Helpful Site: Trace Element Analysis

July 5, 2007 5:28 am | Comments

For laboratory personnel who perform environmental trace element analysis, it can be a difficult task to stay up-to-date with changes in legislation, regulation, methodology, and research.

Master Catalog: MRO Parts

July 5, 2007 5:28 am | Comments

Applied Industrial Technologies, Cleveland, OH, has announced the availability of its 07/08 product catalog, which includes information on nearly 40,000 parts from more than 100 suppliers, including 20,000 bearings and power transmission parts and almost 9,000 fluid power products.

Essential Guide: Proximity Sensors

July 5, 2007 5:28 am | Comments

Turck, Minneapolis, MN, has released a catalog of more than 600 pages on inductive, capacitive, analog, and ultrasonic proximity sensors.

Recommended Viewing: Free CD Catalog on Pressure Relief

July 5, 2007 5:28 am | Comments

Oseco, Broken Arrow, OK, has issued the third edition of its CD catalog with expanded language capabilities and content.

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Automatic Systems: Getting Inside Water Reuse Filtration

June 1, 2007 12:51 pm | Comments

What qualities should a filtration system possess? The three keys to success at one wastewater treatment plant are simplicity of design, cleaning efficiency, and reliability due to few moving parts.

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.

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