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How to save on dust collection
When it comes to choosing filters for a cartridge dust collector, plant engineers and maintenance professionals sometimes regard these items as more or less of a commodity.
A bolt-on solution is only a band-aid
Multi-generational automation has elements from different eras; beware of vendors' cross-platform attacks
Processing plant juices up its beverages
One of the United States’ largest juice processors and marketers buys fresh-fruit juice from partners and suppliers and turns it into beverages sold around the world.
Sustained safety & quality programs deliver ROI in food & beverage
The North American food & beverage industry believes in a sound workplace and food-safety environment, yet unacceptable accidents and oversights continue to happen.
How a Chicagoland landmark combats corrosion
Storage tanks and vessels are a significant investment, and they play a major role in process operations. Regardless of the industry or what a vessel holds, processors can preserve its value with regular maintenance.
Five myths about mixing demystified
Mixing is both art and science. Its process-, material- and machine-related variables determine finished-product quality.
Seven good answers to 2015 OSHA GHS deadline questions
Growing complexity confronts companies complying with more regulation and related customer requirements than ever before.
Outlook optimistic for chemical production in 2015
Chemical production in the United States and Europe is predicted to pick up in 2015, after failing to reach the levels expected this year.

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Oil price halved June to December last year

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Attend ARC next week in Orlando

Begin to answer the question: If sports analytics can tell NBA basketball pros that the way to win is to focus on 3-pointers, don’t take long 2-pointers and get the rest of your points from lay-ups and free throws, then what more can analytics tell us about process control? More

Oil price halved June to December last year

Even as the Great Recession was unfolding in 2008, the seeds for a second-half 2014 collapse in oil prices were being sown. Oil industry boom-and-bust is more than just a cliché, it’s both cause and effect of bad decision making. More