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Packaging EXPO, Pharma EXPO and idea cross-pollination
In 1978, the U.S. military, Reynolds Metal Co. and Continental Flexible Packaging developed a retort pouch to store troops’ field rations. Today, retort pouches package a wide range of consumer goods, from beverages and soups to baby food and pet food.
‘Track and trace,’ printing and the drug supply-chain security act
Signed into law late in 2013, the primary objective of the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) is to better identify and trace — down to the package level — certain prescription drugs distributed in the U.S. T
What’s in my bin?
For any means to the monitoring of bin, tank or silo inventories, a first question invariably asked is, “how accurate is it?”
Vent & flare gas metering in the oil & gas industry
Of available flow technology, what’s the best for petroleum-industry vent flare-gas measurement? The flowmeter thus specified must measure flows ranging from one foot to 100 feet per second, without restricting flow, and all the while accommodate gas composition changes.
The latest current concerns
As fluid-automation users embrace the latest-generation devices, challenges can arise that don’t occur with older, high-power-consumption equipment.
High-solids water can be a challenge
At a meat processing plant in Kansas, spikes in high-solids meat particles were clogging up bag filters on a daily basis, reducing output and uptime in the plant’s on-site industrial wastewater treatment plant.
How to comply with the latest GHS labeling guidelines
Chemical labeling requirements will undergo extensive changes the next few years due to updates to the “Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals,” or GHS.
Understand the importance of water/steam chemistry
Many thousands of industrial plants around the world generate high-pressure steam for process applications and power generation. Yet, water/steam monitoring and control often take a back seat to process operations.

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Mixed opinions on water problems

It’s said, often, that infrastructure for water provision to U.S. populations and industry is at a near-crisis stage. And there are signs that it’s the case. Yet because so many water sources are free, and for other reasons, the dollars-and-cents incentives that lead to decisive action often aren’t there. More

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Mixed opinions on water problems

It’s said, often, that infrastructure for water provision to U.S. populations and industry is at a near-crisis stage. And there are signs that it’s the case. Yet because so many water sources are free, and for other reasons, the dollars-and-cents incentives that lead to decisive action often aren’t there. More

Smart phones, tablets and the industrial interface

It’s been proven more than once that when it comes to IT-based automation, if commercial off-the-shelf technology can do the job, that’s the way industry will go. More