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Level Measurement in Starch Production

The steeping process in starch production is among the most challenging level measurement environments.
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10 Tips for Making Your Dust Collector as Safe as Possible

This white paper contains important guidelines for ensuring that your new or existing dust collection equipment is as safe as can be for worker safety and regulatory compliance.
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Full Stream Cooling Tower Filtration

Water chemistry is routinely addressed in cooling systems. Scale formation, corrosion and biological growth are just some of the activities that can be abated by proper use of chemical additives.
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Increase Efficiency with Flow Measurement Solutions for Clean Energy Market

Sierra Instruments’ Clean Energy Guide offers engineers, scientist, plant managers, and designers alike an up close look at how Sierra is partnering with customers from all over the world to develop sustainable solutions to some of today’s most pressing environmental problems.
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Thermo Scientific Process Peristaltic Pumps Provide Superior Abrasive Handling, Significantly Lower Maintenance Costs

Masterflex® and Enviroflex® peristaltic pumps easily handle abrasive materials and there are no seals, stators, rotors or other moving parts in the product stream.


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10 Tips for Single Use Pharmaceutical Tubing Selection

Tubing used in pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical applications has particular requirements.
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Masterflex Pumps vs. Solenoid Pumps: No Contest For Dependable Chemical Feed

Solenoid-driven diaphragm metering pumps have long been a standard for chemical feed applications, but these little metering pumps can bring big headaches.
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Tackling the Top Six Pricing Challenges in the Chemical Industry

This white paper highlights the top six pricing challenges facing the chemical industry today and how industry-leading companies are tackling these challenges using pricing best practices and technology solutions.
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Obtaining Accurate Viscosity Measurements for Food and Beverages

In the food processing industry, manufacturers are looking for two things: taste and texture. Texture is the “feeling” in the mouth when the product is eaten. It is usually assessed by measuring the product’s viscosity, defined as the resistance of a fluid that is being deformed by either shear or tensile stress, but usually thought of as its “thickness.”
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Versatile, High Performance Fluid Handling & Flow Control for Food Processors

Food processors face numerous challenges to achieving efficient fluid handling and flow control. Transferring and dispensing highly viscous products, or products with high concentrations of solids, can each bring a certain set of problems, while handling shear sensitive products can bring a whole other set.
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