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A selection criterion for pump and valve reliability
Demand for highly engineered materials in process industries follows from the need for reliable equipment and accessories, for optimum service life with seldom-interrupted operations.
Some basics about waste incineration
Most industrial processes produce waste, some of which, if not managed properly, is hazardous and detrimental to public health and environment.
Incremental innovation in couplings increases safety
Whether at home, on the job or out and about, there is inherent risk in life. Simply crossing a busy street carries risk.
The case for nitrogen inerting for flammable and combustible liquids
Even when required practices such as bonding and grounding are followed, flammable and combustible liquids can present the process industries with complex, persistent hazards.
Valve development meets needs of harsh ethylene production
Ethylene — one of the most in-demand olefins in today’s petrochemical markets — in production yields a generous menu of downstream products that include acetates, alcohols, benzenes and polymers.
Use of Coriolis-based custody transfer advances with technology
Coriolis mass flowmeters are often chosen for their accuracy, durability and reduced maintenance costs.
BP Atlantis shreds tough food debris with dual-shafted grinder
The original food grinder aboard the Atlantis was vastly underperforming.
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.

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