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  • Mix It Up

    The new breed of multi-agitator mixers can help eliminate redundant equipment and streamline processes because of their versatility and efficiency

  • Preheater points out the value of cooling off

    Lack of attention to detail in conceptual design can hide many sins. Put the problem aside and then ponder it again. A fresh look may lead to an even better solution.

  • Rev up energy savings

    Electric motors in continuous or near-continuous service have high energy costs, even at the relatively low electric rates common in much of the chemical industry. Don't squander savings opportunities when considering motor replacement

  • PVDF Tackles Bromine Corrosion

    A challenge to design and fabricate, the largest-known PVDF-lined vessels now successfully serve at PTA plants

    Diane Dierking
  • A New Spin on Safety

    All materials and processes have multiple hazards. However, it is highly unlikely that any alternative process will be inherently safer with respect to all hazards. So, optimization efforts must focus on identifying the design that gives the best overall combination of desirable characteristics.

  • Sites summon specialists

    The recent painful downturn and high energy costs are pushing corporate managers in the chemical industry to do whatever they can to improve company margins.

    Nick Basta
  • Do Your Plant a Good Turn

    Often, one or more centrifuges lie idle in a facility. A thorough understanding of the factors that affect centrifuges is essential to getting the most out of these units.

  • Make HSE a Priority

    An effective health, safety and environmental management system will improve workflow and HSE performance

    Rebecca Pehler
  • Trending Does the Trick

    Charting real-time data helps improve process control at chemical plant in Pasadena, Texas. Statistical process control data are an important part of day-to-day decision-making.

    Sandra Schiller
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