DuPont is beginning production of a high-performance material that the company believes will offer performance breakthroughs in a range of rubber-based products.
New research designed to build scientific understanding of fruit genes could revolutionize the way foods, cosmetics and perfumes are created.
Media filtration collectors with separate hoods and ducting are the best way to meet OSHA's new regulation limiting exposure to hexavalent chromium dust/fumes.
With its servo-driven rotary turntable, the enhanced Pro-Pal palletizer is designed to achieve up to 20 percent greater output, loading product from three to eight production lines simultaneously onto three to eight pallets at speeds up to four layers per minute.
Straight Frame “Move-It” conveyors are suited for horizontal or incline conveying to grinders, totes, or to the next work station. They also serve for under-press applications, box transfer, and scrap removal. An optional built-in chute collects parts or scrap for transport.
The twin-screw, poly-bag filling and net-weighing system eliminates labor-intensive handling of batching materials and ensures accurate amounts of materials in each batch.
The high temperature model cools bulk solids with temperatures up to 1832-degrees F. For these very high temperatures, the system uses horizontal water-cooled tubes as the heat exchange surface. Bulk powder flows via gravity over the cooling tubes while indirectly cooled.
The service life of heat transfer fluid and related process efficiency can be increased by understanding how fluid breaks down and how to properly handle it.
The sensor gets blamed for many problems faced at process plants around the world.
Louisiana-based supplier to the chemical industry tells how his company triumphed over Katrina
Size reduction mills are used widely throughout the pharmaceutical industry for the reduction of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) as well as bulk pharmaceuticals and excipients such as lactose and hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose.
The U.S. electronic product code standards entity, EPC Global U.S., has rolled out a spreadsheet software tool that will allow chemicals manufacturers to make dollars-and-cents evaluations of how RFID can improve their operations and bottom line.
Some talk of a tipping point while others refer to a bubble about to burst. The biofuels business has, without doubt, acquired a life of its own. That is hardly surprising.
Major railroads told federal regulators they are racing to add staff, locomotives and hundreds of miles of new track to meet what regulators and chemical producers fear may be a rail capacity crisis later this year. Michael Ward, president and chief executive of CSX, told the U.S.