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WORTH CLICKING (1820)

February 12, 2007 3:58 am | Comments

Useful Web Sites • Dow Chemical Co., Midland, MI, has launched a Web site dedicated to energy and climate change. It provides details on the company's energy efficiency efforts, exploration of renewable and alternative energy sources, and science and technology solutions for future generations.

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Juggling Act

February 12, 2007 3:53 am | Comments

We've heard what's being done by industry associations to remedy some of the industry's biggest challenges, but at CHEM.INFO we want to hear how our readers are tackling — or planning to tackle — their toughest issues.

Handy Checklist:How to ImprovePumpKnow-How andCut Downtime

February 12, 2007 3:52 am | Comments

A diligently maintained pump can reduce your costs while increasing efficiency. This review offers suggestions for minimizing pumping time, cutting fuel consumption, and ultimately boosting profits By Mike Austen Make sure all fittings are airtight.

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Smart Energy: Finding Gold in the Air Power Equation

February 12, 2007 3:52 am | Comments

You can reduce energy costs for ventilation and emission control systems with careful attention to volumetric flow rate, pressure, density, and fan efficiency. Here's how to meet the challenge

Safeguarding Workers Against H 2 S Gas with Detection Monitoring Systems

February 7, 2007 3:48 am | Comments

Almost everyone has experienced that unpleasant rotten egg smell that comes from hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) gas, but it is generally not a serious health problem when we're traveling past a dairy, poultry farm, or wastewater treatment plant.

Manufacturer ofBleachKeeps CoolWith EngineeredPlastic Towers

February 7, 2007 3:47 am | Comments

It's a tough world out there, especially in production areas that involve harsh chemicals or corrosive environmental elements such as coastal air.

How to OptimizepH Measurement

February 7, 2007 3:43 am | Comments

Here's how one company is handling its pH analysis and achieving improved emissions monitoring, reduced maintenance and downtime, and lower equipment costs

Why Use Temperature Transmitters Instead of Direct Wiring?

February 5, 2007 4:20 am | Comments

Sensor extension wires carry low-level (ohm or mV) signals generated by a field-mounted RTD or thermocouple.

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How to OptimizepH Measurementin CorrosiveFertilizerPlant Conditions

February 5, 2007 4:19 am | Comments

Here's how one company is handling its pH analysis and achieving improved emissions monitoring, reduced maintenance and downtime, and lower equipment costs

Safeguarding Workers Against H 2 S Gas with Detection Monitoring SystemsWith DetectionMonitoring Systems

February 5, 2007 4:19 am | Comments

Almost everyone has experienced that unpleasant rotten egg smell that comes from hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) gas, but it is generally not a serious health problem when we're traveling past a dairy, poultry farm, or wastewater treatment plant.>

Best Bets (1720)

January 29, 2007 4:37 am | Comments

Millipore Corp., Billerica, MA, is offering a brochure (PB1200EN00) to readers who want to understand NovAseptic mixers for use throughout the process line.

Online Resources (1718)

January 29, 2007 4:36 am | Comments

"Introduction to Fieldbus," a white paper from Moore Industries, North Hills, CA, has been written without jargon and confusing terminology to explain the differences between Foundation Fieldbus H1 and Profibus PA.

Samples Available (1716)

January 29, 2007 4:36 am | Comments

Samples are being offered of metallurgically bonded platinum- or nickel-clad molybdenum wire by Anomet Products Inc. of Shrewsbury, MA.

Oil and Gas:Ringing UpRemote Assets

January 29, 2007 4:31 am | Comments

After investing millions of dollars in legacy serial communications systems — and in many cases, millions more in older SCADA RTUs (remote terminal units) and EFMs (electric flow meters) — many oil and gas producers are finding themselves in a pickle.

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Manufacturer of Bleach Keeps Cool With Engineered Plastic Towers

January 29, 2007 4:31 am | Comments

The engineered plastic cooling tower is practically impervious to the environment, harsh water treatment, and process fluctuations that eat metal clad towers alive.

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