The cleanable round airlock (CRA), from Mac Process, was designed specifically for food, pet food and chemical industry applications, where equipment must meet challenging sanitary requirements.
This bulk bag unloader system from National Bulk Equipment is designed for use in highly contaminant-sensitive process areas handling bulk materials known to generate combustible dusts.
EQT Corp. will soon ask a judge to order six West Virginia property owners to plug and abandon a water well they dug to subvert the company's plans for five natural gas wells. Under state law, gas companies can't drill within 250 feet of an existing water well or spring used for human consumption.
Monsanto is calling for more controls on agrochemicals, including its Roundup line of glyphosate-based weed-killers, in response to an Associated Press report about concerns that illegal pesticide applications are harming human health in Argentina. The company criticized the AP report as lacking in specifics about health impacts.
The DySC dynamic sag corrector from Rockwell Automation uses patented, double-conversion inverter technology to protect against brief voltage sags and momentary outages.
Rockwell Automation has expanded its power-quality portfolio to include monitoring solutions to help OEMs and end users identify and mitigate power issues to improve uptime and productivity.
The United States cut its energy-related carbon dioxide pollution by 3.8 percent last year, the second biggest drop since 1990. The only recent year with a bigger percentage drop was in 2009, when America was in a large recession. American cars and factories released their lowest levels of CO2 since 1994.
Emerson has developed a new essential asset monitoring module that analyzes process and equipment data to determine overall cooling tower health.
Rainwater has overflowed concrete barriers surrounding 12 clusters of tanks storing radiation-contaminated water at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. TEPCO said it cannot rule out the possibility that contaminated water has reached the Pacific Ocean as a result. Additionally, due to stalled clean-up efforts, some residents of nearby towns will have to wait years before returning.
The Airflow Systems Model MPH10 mist collection and filtration system is designed specifically for oil mist, smoke and fume collection and provides MERV 14 filtration efficiency.
Eriez announces the new Model CFP Metal Separator for applications in the plastics and rubber industry.
AMETEK Petrolab Company is proud to announce that Grabner Instruments has extended its vapor pressure tester product portfolio with the launch of a new, user-friendly, automatic tester for low-volatility measurements.
The FDA/EMEA has introduced initiatives to advocate real-time, in-line monitoring of critical parameters in the manufacturing process, rather than testing the end product. This article discusses the application of a new sensor technology which provides real-time insight into nutrient consumption and product expression enabling manufacturers to automate and optimize closed loop control of the feeding regime of their media.
Emerson’s Smart Wireless Gateway 1410 eliminates manual readings in remote locations and delivers real-time information to help operators make better production and maintenance decisions.
The shipping company that spilled molasses into Honolulu Harbor last month is reimbursing some businesses affected by the incident. Matson's pipe leaked more than 230,000 gallons of molasses into the harbor, or enough to fill about seven rail cars. The spill killed more than 20,000 fish and other marine life.
Scientists are questioning the methodology used in estimating the amount of crude oil that recently leaked from a ruptured pipeline. Tesoro Corporation says it came up with its more than 20,000-barrel spill estimate on ground analysis, but oil spill experts say a more accurate assessment would likely come from analyzing pipeline flow data.
AutomationDirect’s GH15 series of electric contactors now includes larger frame sizes.
Emerson Process Management has released the Micro Motion Gas Density Meter, the next generation of the Micro Motion 7812 gas density meter designed for natural gas custody transfer, refinery/fuel gas measurement, hydrogen purity monitoring and many other process gas applications.
The Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether the EPA overstepped its authority in developing rules aimed at cutting emissions of six heat-trapping gases from factories and power plants. The question is whether the agency's authority to regulate automobile emissions also applies to power plants and factories.
More than 50 West Virginia and Pennsylvania property owners are suing FirstEnergy Corporation over groundwater pollution, soggy yards and foundation damage they blame on a leaking coal ash impoundment and the seven-mile waste pipeline that feeds it.
The new AC30V series from Parker Hannifin combines ease-of-use with high levels of control for a wide range of applications where reliable and accurate motor speed control are key requirements.
City Councilwoman Gloria Delbrugge usually welcomes new businesses to Warwood, West Virginia, but she doesn't plan to be on hand when GreenHunter Water opens its natural gas frack water recycling plant. Following months of planning and public debate, GreenHunter has all the permits required to begin work on the new facility.
A North Dakota farmer who discovered an oil spill the size of seven football fields while harvesting wheat says crude was bubbling up from the ground. He said he smelled the crude for days before the tires on his combines became coated in it.
Corrosion has long been the bane of the oil industry, accounting for more than 25% of failures. Now a growing number of pro-active, oil and gas industry maintenance professionals are turning to a new category of tough, Chemically Bonded Phosphate Ceramics that can stop corrosion, extend equipment life and minimize the cost and production downtime required to repair or replace corroded equipment.
A federal appeals court said a lower court was correct when it refused to temporarily stop construction of the southern end of the Keystone XL pipeline used to carry oil from Oklahoma to refineries along the Gulf Coast. The Sierra Club and others had sued the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, saying the project posed environmental hazards and shouldn't have been approved.