Blackmer is committed to environmental sustainability. This video illustrates ways in which Blackmer, the global leader in rotary vane pump and reciprocating compressor technologies, has implemented manufacturing and front office best practices to reduce energy consumption and preserve...
Tim Hart from Maritime and Underwater Security Consultants explains how the pirates of the Indian ocean hijack ships and obtain multi-million dollar ransoms.
Charlie Gibney from National Bulk Equipment demonstrates the fully-automated sanitary lift-and-seal container discharger at Pack Expo 2010 in Chicago.
The wastewater treatment plant in Rifle, Colorado has a dirty secret. Mike Rowe attempts to tame, and clean, the Muffin Monster.
A contract employee lost his life, another was burned. The federal government is now investigating Tuesday's explosion.
Stephen Hawking talks about what he would say to Albert Einstein, colonizing other planets and his hopes for nuclear fusion as a practical power source.
Dorner's dust-proof conveyor frame stops dust from accumulating under the belt and uses low-profile smart slots that don't accumulate large amounts of dust.
Bausch + Stroebel's non-contact liquid weighing sensor for vials was unveiled at Pack Expo 2010 in Chicago.
This Siemens-built equipment uses safer, more efficient variable speed drives that extract and re-consume regenerative energy and mechatronics enhancements that marry the mechanics of the system with the electronics.
The Cognex track-and-trace vision system is a front-end interface that collects data from a 2D barcode and other product information, and complies with the FDA's 21 CFR Part 11 rule.
A secure connection allows users to view equipment status and alarms, run diagnostics, program the equipment and collect data.
The Yemeni wing of Al-Qaeda, beleived to be behind last week's air cargo bombs, targeted an oil pipeline used to pump crude oil to an export terminal on the Arabian Sea.
Aircrews evaluated a blend of standard JP-8 fuel and hydro-treated, renewable jet biofuel in an F-15 as part of the Air Force's mission to drastically increase the use of alternative fuels.
Made from FDA-approved paper, the Hexacomb pallet can carry up to 8,000 pounds and won't impart odors or flavors to pharmaceutical and food products.
At a hearing on chemical safety, Dr. Sanjay Gupta suggests that adopting a precautionary approach could spark innovation in green chemistry.