The Scale Divert Valve features precise tolerances, in-line cleaning, fast tool-free disassembly and air-controlled operation. The design allows user to easily divert pneumatically conveyed materials to bulk storage bins, scale hoppers, process hoppers and more.
This manual dumping station for pneumatic conveying systems collects dust created during manual dumping of powder and bulk solid materials from bags, boxes, drums and other containers.
The PDVa-100 Automatic Portable/Disposable Viscometer is a portable, efficient, alternative to larger full-featured laboratory viscometers. Disposable tubes greatly reduce testing time because instrument cleaning is not required.
This FDA, USDA and cGMP compliant batch sifter meets the most stringent food, dairy and pharmaceutical standards. The dust-tight sifter has a stainless steel housing, motor and stand, tri-clover inlet and outlet flanges, vertical quick-disconnect clamps and continuously ground and polished welds.
The High Temperature Line Vac Conveyor converts hose or tube into a powerful in-line conveying system for high temperature materials up to 900°F.
The DM20 Digital Display provides totalized flow readings from FCI’s ST Series thermal dispersion mass flow meters.
ZX series tension load cells are ideally suited for single or multiple load cell tension applications. Simplicity of design permits their use in a wide variety of configurations for chemical weighing applications. These load cells are available in capacities ranging from 250 to 20,000 lbs.
As energy prices continue to set records, manufacturers must pay close attention to properly lubricating their equipment as a way to contain costs.
DuPont will remove perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) from its products by 2015 as part of a multi-company and international effort to eliminate PFOA entirely, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced.
U.S. chemical industry spending on R&D will grow nearly 5 percent this year to $5.57 billion, but the industry's R&D role is threatened by the production shift to Asia, reports the Battelle company in its annual research and development survey.
By Michael D. Shaw When chemists and chemical engineers hear about “scientific” polling and surveys, they often wonder how quantitative the results can be, given that there is no control on respondents lying.
Sample stream selection assemblies must address contamination, deadlegs, and system size concerns as well as issues involving maintenance and performance to ensure efficient analytical system operation.
Valve technology will continue to evolve as opportunities emerge to upgrade systems to improve efficiency, reliability and safety.