2006

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  • Rise to the challenge of global legislation

    Despite having a parliament that regularly shuttles itself, lock, stock and ballot box, for four days each month between Brussels, Belgium, and Strasbourg, France, the European Union (EU) still manages to put out an amazing amount of legislation.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
    10/24/2006
  • Ribbon blender ups production of powders

    Read about a new mixing process increases annual capacity by almost 900%. The ribbon blender incorporates a bag dump station, a receiving hopper, and a pneumatic conveying system.

    Charlie Divine, Munson Machinery Company, Inc.
    05/01/2006
  • Rethink experiment design

    The traditional approach to experimentation, often referred to as the “scientific method,” requires changing only one factor at a time (OFAT), but this method only allows one to see things one dimension at a time. By varying factors only at two levels each, but simultaneously rather than one at a time, experimenters can uncover important interactions.

    Mark J. Anderson and Patrick J. Whitcomb, Stat-Ease
    11/01/2006
  • Remember the old reliable orifice plate

    The cost-effective dP flow meter is ideal for utility surveys, Senior Editor Dirk Willard says in this month's Chemical Processing Field Notes column.

    Dirk Willard, senior editor
    09/11/2006
  • Raising the bar for control system security

    Security researchers at Wurldtech Analytics are partnering with ISA to establish procedures and an operations model for the security testing and certification of products used for control.

    Eric and Joann Byres, principals, Wurldtech Analytics
    10/12/2006
  • R&D takes the fast track

    High throughput methods are boosting productivity. A survey of member companies by the American Chemical Council (ACC), Arlington, Va., showed that this year the U.S. chemical industry would be spending around 3% more on research and development than it did in 2005.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
    09/21/2006
  • Questions about gloves link to work safety

    The proper hand protection plays a tremendous role in keeping plant workers safe. This article answers questions often posed by workers and managers about hand protection products, their applications and limitations.

    Nelson Schlatter, Ansell
    04/20/2006
  • Pumping Temperature Considerations

    "Bad actor" pumps are those pumps that have trouble with frequent and repetitive failures. In many cases, the source of the problem is an ANSI pump trying valiantly to handle a liquid well beyond the range of its design rating.of 300 degs. F.

    Ross Mackay
    06/19/2006
  • Pump start-ups

    As the new year starts up for contributor Ross Mackay, he is reminded of a pump start-up condition he encountered in a client's plant.

    Ross Mackay
    01/09/2006
  • Products of the Week

    ChemicalProcessing.com's Products of the Week features new products in a variety of areas, including design and simulation, powder and fluid handling and instrumentation and controls. Find downloadable catalogs, interactive demos, white papers and other featured enhancements.

    01/01/2006
  • Product stewardship takes a grave turn

    European Union mandates have impacted products produced and sold in the U.S., and will ultimately affect the chemical industry, according to Editor in Chief Mark Rosenzweig.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
    08/17/2006
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    04/24/2006
  • Process analysis gains greater online role

    Faster. Smaller. Smarter. Modular. All express the future of process analytics. And un-stoppable describes the ongoing migration of process analytical instruments to continuous, online, field-mounted use at chemical plants.

    C. Kenna Amos, contributing editor
    09/11/2006
  • Prevent fine powder flushing

    Trapped air can cause fine powders to shoot through cracks and crevices. Here's how to eliminate this bin-afflicting problem.

    Lee Dudley, Diamondback Technology
    02/06/2005
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