The maker of glass tiles is now able to feed 4,200 pounds of material into a furnace in 2 minutes instead of several hours, using three hoppers instead of 14 drums
ETL verification of coated conduit helped a brine processor outside Death Valley make sure its electrical systems were protected no matter how tough the surroundings
Hailed by some as the next technological revolution, nanotechnology is poised to alter every aspect of life.
Universal Flow Monitors Inc., Hazel Park, MI, has added a new resource to its Web site that functions as a virtual information source for flowmeter technologies.
Indium Corp.'s Dr. Ronald C. Lasky's blog (www.indium.com/drlasky) was mentioned in the book, "The Corporate Blogging Book" (Penguin Group, 2006), as a "particularly well written and engaging" blog.
Free samples are available of an interesting new pressure indicating sensor film from Sensor Products in Madison, NJ.
The use of ultraviolet (UV) and electron beam (EB) plastic coatings are discussed in a free information pack from. RadTech International, Chevy Chase, MD.
Waters Corp., Milford, MA, has more than 49,000 entries in its online library of liquid chromatography, mass spectrometry and sample preparation application references.
Samples are available of Fat Teflon PTFE tape, which has pressure-sensitive adhesive on one side.
Bell & Gossett, Morton Grove, IL, is offering a catalog on hydronic heating and plumbing products.
OSHA hearing conservation violations are analyzed in a new "Sound Source" technical bulletin from Bacou-Dalloz Hearing Safety Group, San Diego, CA.
Sales in the European market for emulsifiers in personal care are likely to grow by around 62 percent to $532 million by 2012, despite concerns over their possible carcinogenic properties.
New polyolefins capacities, which have more than doubled production in south China, could slow down imports in the first quarter of next year, say industry sources
Bioethanol production capacity in the EU's 10 new member states is likely to increase nearly 10 times by 2008 from 2005 levels, according to a report released by the European Commission.
Dow Chemical announced it will be the first major U.S. chemical company to equip its hazardous material rail tank cars with global positioning systems (GPS) to immediately detect tampering with or damage to the tankers.