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Challenges for some, opportunities for others
“Information and energy” are why things will be looking pretty darn good the next several years for North American economies, the process industries and IT-based automation and instrumentation markets.
How we develop hollow-fiber, ultrafiltration membrane technology
Increasing attention is being paid to water-reuse technologies that pertain to the “next level” of difficult-to-treat or highly variable raw-water sources.
Harvested from the sea and hard to move around
Seaweed is tractor-harvested at low tide, dried and processed to yield high-quality crop fertilizer and soil amendments.
Why pump when you can vacuum?
Substituting a vacuum feeder for the bleach (NaOCl) pump used in ultrafiltration backwash eliminated frequent pipe and valve leaks.
Why ‘tepid’ water for emergency showers?
Once every six seconds, someone suffers injury that requires medical attention, says the National Safety Council.
A way to measure volatile chemicals in food
Concerns about volatile chemicals are growing. Of equal concern is the growing body of global government legislation pertaining to this area.
Control the corrosion that accompanies a coke
Corrosion eats through steel pipe, causing leaks and eventually necessitating pipe replacement.
Consideration factors in assessing filtration systems
Filtration removes physical particles from liquid streams and prevents contamination or equipment damage.

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GE CEO Jeff Immelt says software, analytics are path to zero unplanned downtime

Just a few moments before the young General Electric (GE) executive standing at the podium introduced his CEO Jeffery Immelt, he mentioned that the GE event they were attending was not meant to be a sales pitch. No sooner had Immelt hopped onto the stage following his introduction then he vociferously disagreed. “I’m here to sell,” he said. More

3rd party services growth a spur needed to quicken technology adoption

By buying Invensys, a big chunk of today’s multi-billion-dollar industrial-automation software market is in the hands of Schneider Electric — including the Wonderware, SimSci and Avantis brands. More

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GE CEO Jeff Immelt says software, analytics are path to zero unplanned downtime

Just a few moments before the young General Electric (GE) executive standing at the podium introduced his CEO Jeffery Immelt, he mentioned that the GE event they were attending was not meant to be a sales pitch. No sooner had Immelt hopped onto the stage following his introduction then he vociferously disagreed. “I’m here to sell,” he said. More

3rd party services growth a spur needed to quicken technology adoption

By buying Invensys, a big chunk of today’s multi-billion-dollar industrial-automation software market is in the hands of Schneider Electric — including the Wonderware, SimSci and Avantis brands. More