The new site from Adhesives Research Inc., Glen Rock, PA, uses a keyword-search engine and printable product data sheets in PDF format to present extensive information about pressure-sensitive adhesives.
Several proven technologies exist to transport pallets or large containers horizontally through a facility, and each option has its advantages and constraints.
The 2006 edition of the "Handbook of Crushing" from Pennsylvania Crusher, Broomall, PA, is available as a free CD-ROM. The illustrated manual provides an overview of mechanical reduction methods, a checklist of crusher selection criteria and an application analysis guide to the job specifications needed for crusher selection and sizing.
A free chart from NewAge Industries Inc., Southampton, PA, outlines the similarities and differences of PVC and polyurethane. Designed to help tubing and hose buyers understand the performance properties of both, the chart lists association standards, size, hardness, tensile strength, operating temperatures, working and burst psi, colors, weather resistance and custom options.
Labs are under tremendous pressure to increase throughput and improve detection limits. For samples that are complex, these goals are not congruent with the task of providing indisputable identification of chemical entities under ultra-fast conditions.
The 2007-2008 catalog from Cole-Parmer, Vernon Hills, IL, has 2,600 pages with more than 60,000 products including 11,000 new items. Products include tubing pumps, flow meters, fittings, valves, tubing and hose, mixers, filtration equipment and process control products.
A reactor is the pulsating heart of any chemical process, whether in industry or in the laboratory. Although it might be surrounded by other equipment such as separators and filters, the reactor is the key element where reactions happen.
PITTCON is presented by the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh and the Society for Analytical Chemists of PittsburghAugust 2, 2006 12:35 pm | Comments
Solutions in Safety Through Technology, American Society of Safety Engineers symposium and mini-expoAugust 2, 2006 12:35 pm | Comments