Advice on transportation expenditures and managing the dynamics associated with high-volume shipping can be had by downloading "Minimizing Transportation Costs to Gain Competitive Advantage.
Heat transfer fluid comparisons can be obtained online with Paracalc software from Paratherm Corp., West Conshohocken, PA.
The Hydraulic Institute, Parsippany, NJ, has an interactive job board for pump and pumping systems professionals.
Thermo Electron Corp., an analytical instrumentation manufacturer headquartered in Waltham, MA, has released a catalog offering access to unique, high-quality collections
A stainless steel scale provides continuous measurement of the hydrafluosilicic acid contained in a large tank at the Saginaw Water Treatment Plant as the chemical is carefully dispensed into the city's drinking water.
The Fieldbus Foundation announced that an updated version of its specifications defines features that enhance Fieldbus functionality and provide incentives for automation equipment suppliers to utilize the open, non-proprietary Foundation Fieldbus protocol.
Global specialty chemicals manufacturer Sartomer Co. in Exton, PA, has released volume No. 9 of "Elastomer Cure Concepts," a technical booklet that provides data to improve the processing and performance of elastomer systems using specialty rubber additives and chemicals.
Several challenges face those responsible for calibrating pressure sensors for critical air environments, including pharmaceutical plants. Pressurization equipment requires highly accurate calibrations to certify that pressure sensors are working correctly.
Fourier-Transform Infrared (FT-IR) and Fourier-Transform Near-Infrared (FT-NIR) are two technologies that are being increasingly used in the chemical processing industry. While these two technologies are similar, there are important differences between them that make each better suited for particular applications.
There is renewed emphasis on safe quality food production in the industry, and ozone-based technologies have become part of the solution for various production issues, particularly after the GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe) designation in 1997.
The potency of pharmaceutical chemicals is characterized by occupational exposure values in g/m?; the lower the value, the more potent the chemical and the greater the level of containment required.
The chemical processing industry has conveyed its need for more power to more devices with longer cable distances.
While acknowledging its failings and striving for improvements, the chemical processing industry should be proud of its record virtually from the beginning of sound stewardship in the management of toxics.
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.