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Processing Outlook Report: Fuel Refinement Segment

February 20, 2009 9:11 am | Comments

Although this segment has been hit hard in recent years due to natural disasters in the Gulf of Mexico and a lack of interest in building more refineries, it is still surprising to see that investments in this sector could take a pretty dramatic step backwards in 2009.

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Processing Outlook Report: General Chemical Production Segment

February 20, 2009 9:08 am | Comments

As could be expected with a general grouping like this, which includes a wider range of facilities with varying production focuses, responses show some interesting ranges.

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Processing Outlook Report: Materials Processing Segment

February 20, 2009 9:06 am | Comments

Although this encompasses a range of facilities with varying plants, respondents seem to be unified in taking a less severe, yet cautious attitude when looking ahead to 2009 purchases.

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Processing Outlook Report: Pharmaceuticals Segment

February 20, 2009 9:04 am | Comments

While the processing marketplace is not immune to cutbacks, the pharmaceuticals segment offers more promise than most.

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Processing Outlook Report: Resins & Plastics Segment

February 20, 2009 9:01 am | Comments

The most significant issues for this sector seem to stem from fewer capital equipment purchases being made over one year ago, and as a result, maintenance costs have increased, thereby impacting operational efficiency.

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Processing Outlook Report: Pulp & Paper

February 20, 2009 8:27 am | Comments

As could be expected with the changes in its business climate, this segment will not be among the most dynamic when it comes to purchasing in 2009.

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2009 Processing Outlook Report

February 20, 2009 5:51 am | Comments

While at a slower pace than last year, survey respondents show that a strong interest in purchasing new equipment and implementing new technology still persists.

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Terminally Successful

February 13, 2009 5:18 am | Comments

It’s not quite as dramatic as a pioneer looking to the horizon and seeing the entire West laid out in front of him, but when Glenn Gibisch surveys the landscape at 3 Rivers Terminal, which is located in Joliet, IL, and operated by industrial chemical packager and distributor Seeler Industries, he can easily envision a limitless future for his company and customers. By Bill Holmes

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More In Control Of Your Plant By Honing In On Hydraulic Systems

February 13, 2009 5:17 am | Comments

UNiGY pump-modeling hydraulic drive technology

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Realistic Simulation Powers Nuclear Power Certification

February 5, 2009 7:55 am | Comments

From the onset of the civilian nuclear era (marked by President Eisenhower’s “Atoms for Peace” speech to the United Nations in 1953) there has been a strong awareness of the importance of safety within the nuclear energy industry.

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Wireless Keeps UK Power Generator Above Water Data

February 5, 2009 7:54 am | Comments

Emerson's Smart Wireless technology is helping E.ON UK accurately monitor and measure treated water usage, thus allowing trending and analysis to formulate target values at the company's Kingsnorth dual-fired power station.

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Priming The Pump To Save Energy

January 27, 2009 9:26 am | Comments

The statistics-both staggering and sobering-are sounding the alarm for a radical transformation in the energy efficiency of pumping systems.

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A New Image For Toner Processing (4210)

January 27, 2009 9:08 am | Comments

Chemically produced toner (CPT) is fast becoming the technology of choice in the imaging field as it produces a more controlled particle shape and size, while using less energy and producing less waste than conventional processing.

How to Get Tanks Cleaner in Less Time and Lower Operating Costs (4208)

January 27, 2009 9:03 am | Comments

By Christine Pagcatipunan Process improvement and cost reduction are key motivators for any plant. As a result, automated tank cleaning is increasing in popularity.

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The Wasteful Way (4206)

January 27, 2009 8:53 am | Comments

With one digester already in place, Schmack BioEnergy looks to expand the use of its technology for converting biowaste to energy. By Jeff Reinke

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