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  • PVDF Tackles Bromine Corrosion

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

    Diane Dierking
  • Put Your Column on the Map

    Residue curve maps (RCMs) can be employed in a variety of ways, including system visualization, evluation of data, and process synthesis, modeling and troubleshooting

    Scott Barnicki
  • Process integration extends its reach

    Thousands of successful applications worldwide testify to the value of process integration technology in reducing energy costs and increasing capacity through debottlenecking.

    Robin Smith
  • 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.

  • Pack your bags

    As career opportunities dwindle at home, it may be time to look abroad

  • Order up better measurements

    Second-order instruments can provide improved accuracy and reliability for electrochemical and other sensors.

    Larry Berger
  • Motor Selection Made Simple

    Follow these straightforward steps to help you select the right motor for your centrifugal pump

    William McNally
  • Models Take off

    Process simulation historically has taken place within proprietary modeling environments. However, the ability of simulators to more accurately handle demanding tasks continues to evolve.

    Mark Rosenzweig
  • Mixing moves osmosis technology forward

    U.S. soldiers get drinking water via the first forward-osmosis membrane, which is made possible by high-shear mixing. The process is spontaneous and requires no moving parts or special expertise.

    Doug Cohen
  • Mix It Up

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

  • Manual unloading bites the dust

    Automated bulk-bag dischargers not only cut batching time in half. They also minimize dust and reduce potential harm to those workers who operate the machines.

    David R. Gill
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