The FDA has taken the first steps toward implementing a new method of delivering and managing compliance a risk-based approach.
Companies have historically looked to chemical pilot plants to scale up products, but that traditionally limited role is expanding.
If asked to picture weapons of terrorism, most people might conjure up images of explosives, biological contagions and the like.
Exciting? Dangerous? Experts wrestle with this unparalleled enigma Nanotechnology: Truth & Consequences The reason nanomaterials are exciting is the reason they are dangerous. They offer hope to the hopeless but could destroy as well as create.
4B’s HotBus Hazard Monitoring System ‘By constantly monitoring the bearing temperature, it is possible to anticipate the point at which the bearing is going to stop working effectively.
How to choose the right sealing compound ‘Seal materials must be chemically resistant to the product processed, CIP media used, and the harsh SIP sterilization process using superheated steam up to 140°C.’‘Even materials that may appear similar react differently in chemical media.’ By Dr.
How new technological breakthroughs are affecting explosion protection Before the HRD Suppressor… The pressurized HRD suppressors of today are a far cry from the first suppressors used in explosion protection.
Not all infrared monitors are created equal ‘Photoacoustic infrared technology enables gases to be detected at extremely low levels due to its inherent stability and reduced crosssensitivity.’‘There is no zero point involvedproviding more accurate and reliable readings.
NEC changes allow companies to save with new alternative ‘The NEC permits ITC cable to be used in cable trays, raceways, hazardous locations, or as open wiring in specified circumstances.
The advantages of membrane bioreactor systems With Figure 5: Reverse Osmosis With Figure 6: Aerobic MBR Applications Sidebar: Membrane separation technology benefits: Continuous process, resulting in automatic and uninterrupted operation.
How to meet accuracy expectations for bulk solids storage V red = ? r 2 H / 3 = (3.14 x 25 x 2) / 3 = 52.3 ft 3 V green = Volume of 1 ft of straight wall = V cyl – V orange V cyl = ? r 2 h = 3.14 x 56.25 x 1 = 176.6 ft 3 V orange = 0.2618 (D 2 + D d + d 2 ) h = 0.
The best choice depends on your application What Causes Gasket Failure? It’s easy to point fingers when a joint won’t seal, or when a sealed joint begins to leak. Usually, the gasket gets the blame.
New technology improves data and service ‘With the large capacity memories available now, storing 52 weeks of a oneminute minimum, maximum, and average value is a simple process.
Preventive Maintenance Prevents Disaster and Penalties By John Johnson and Viola A. Bielobradek Pleated baghouse bag - upgrading a baghouse to pleated elements may triple its efficiency.
Up-front engineering is the key By David Rizzo, Contributing Technical Writer David Rizzo is a technical writer for Power PR, 18103 Prairie Ave., Torrance, CA 90504. Additional information is available at www.powerpr.com or by calling 310-787-1940.