Achema 2006, international exhibition and conference on chemical engineering, environmental protection and biotechnologyAugust 11, 2006 11:02 am | Comments
Passengers in the new massive Shanghai South Railway Station don't have to wonder if it's overcast. They're able to see for themselves through the largest round roof of its kind in the world.
Bacou-Dalloz Hearing Safety Group, a leader in personal protective equipment, says it's time to look beyond the issues of compliance and attenuation ratings and put the focus where it belongs the workers exposed to noise on the job.
Most hand tools aren't intended to be disposable, and yet all regulated facilities whether they're manufacturing pharmaceuticals or food products discard maintenance tools when they show signs of deterioration.
Space technology for down-to-earth gas-pumping applications is now available in a new semi-hermetic scroll vacuum pump/compressor.
Much has changed since Gertrude Hawk began making chocolates in the family kitchen almost 70 years ago.
As part of its 25th anniversary celebration, QC Industries is sponsoring a contest to find the best use of one of its low-profile conveyors.
When is comes to seals, Randy Webb has lots of ideas. He works for JNO J. Disch Co., specialists in mechanical packings, gaskets and seals.
It is too soon to speculate about whether concerns over the European Union's proposed regulations for the chemical industry could result in formal complaints under trade pacts, according to a recent statement made by a spokesman for the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative.