Maintaining a steady flow of molten sulfur and measuring that flow are challenging enough.
Established in 1906, the Perkin Medal is considered one of the chemical industry's most prestigious awards and the highest honor that the Society of Chemical Industry bestows on an individual for outstanding work in applied chemistry in the U.S.
The Servo-Flo 801-HV is a positive-displacement, two-component meter-mix dispensing system designed to apply small precision beads and metered shots of precisely mixed resins.
The benefits of preheating sludge upstream of thermophilic digesters are well documented.
The 2000 CC pump has been designed for municipal and industrial applications where close-coupled configurations are preferred but the robustness of a gear joint drive is needed.
The Fractionizer allows for precision size reduction of thin, leafy materials such as tea leaves, tobacco leaves, and spices.
Palletized filling is recommended whenever drums are to be stored or shipped on pallets, and a new drum filler has been developed to fill four 55-gallon drums in four minutes.
The Greerco pipeline mixer is for the continuous high-speed, high-shear processing of applications involving homogenization, mixing, dispersion, and emulsion.
The Type 546 ball valve, available in 2-1/2-, 3-, and 4-in. sizes, is suitable for industrial water treatment, wastewater technology, potable water treatment, chemical distribution, electroplating, and power plants.
A new line of boot-mounted rotary feeders can be retrofitted on existing bucket conveyors from 9 to 48 in. wide for added flexibility and productivity.
This all-purpose PTFE-bellows solenoid valve eliminates the leaking of fugitive emissions to the atmosphere.
RNL insertion-style liquid vortex flowmeters now have updated electronics and onboard displays.
The 4BKR media-separated solenoid valve controls the flow of either ultra pure or corrosive media, preventing premature failure on wetted-type solenoid valves.
In the face of rising and unpredictable energy prices, Unilever's plant in Rexdale, Ontario, has embarked on a campaign to improve energy efficiency in order to remain competitive.
Alberta's energy regulator will resolve a dispute in January between Nova Chemicals and Quicksilver, an energy firm focused on unconventional gas resources, over access to the Canadian province's pipeline system that could impact ethane supplies to Nova's petrochemicals plants.