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  • EPA encourages adoption of HPV chemicals

    The EPA's Interagency Testing Committee wants to make it a requirement for chemical processors to provide production and exposure information for 276 high production volume chemicals.

    03/11/2005
  • Chemical research gets a new look

    Editor at large Nick Basta looks at what the chemical industry can do to re-invigorate its technological research. He says technology pioneered in the pharmaceutical industry promises broad benefits.

    03/11/2005
  • Process Puzzler: Keep cables in their place

    A Chemical Processing reader was looking for a solution to a cable hanger problem. At his plant, a 200-lb. cable bundle supported by cable hangers fell and injured one man. Read what advice our readers had for him and take a look at next months' question.

    02/21/2005
  • Process Engineering: Pumping Efficiently

    Inefficient pumps can increase maintenance as well as energy costs.  Are you doing everything you can do to make sure your plant is running as efficiently as possible? 

    01/21/2005
  • Process engineering: Doing your level best

    Level measurement can be a simple issue with numerous solutions.  Measuring the height of the material in a vessel is merely an interface issue that can be resolved in a variety of ways.

    01/21/2005
  • Process Engineering: Batch control sets the standard

    It has been nearly a decade since the Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society (ISA) introduced S88, its first standard for batch control systems.  Its still integral in optimizing operations today.

    01/19/2005
  • Properly introduce solids into a flowing gas stream

    Particulate solids are often required to be introduced into a flowing gas stream. If not done correctly, introduction of solids into the gas stream can lead to impingement of solids on the pipe, resulting in erosion of the pipe in the area of the solids introduction.

    01/31/2005
  • Nominations open for Plant Innovation Award

    The award is presented annually to recognize innovative solutions to processing problems at chemical plants throughout the world. Nominate a worthy candidate today.

    01/01/2005
  • Process engineering: Avoid pitfalls when starting up pumps

    Improper startup can result in excessive temperature and radial loading, both of which can lead to lower pump reliability from problems such as seal and bearing failure. Consultant Ross Mackay describes the three steps that should be followed during pump startup.

    03/14/2005
  • Chemical Processing Vaaler Award 2005

    Chemical Processing is now accepting entries for its biennial Vaaler Awards. These awards honor products and services that have significantly improved the operation and economics of chemical plants. Click the following link to download a PDF document that details eligibility requirements, award categories, entry details, winner notification and contact information.

    03/10/2005
  • Process engineering: In the trenches of Fieldbus War II

    Like the 20th Century’s Great Conflict, the first Fieldbus War never really ended. But what will the outcome be this time? This article from CONTROL makes an educated prediction on how the battle may turn out.

    03/10/2005
  • Process Engineering: Measure problems on a higher level

    A reader has a level measurement problem with a differential pressure level transmitter. The transmitter does not track the level properly. Check out the question and the in-depth answer in this contribution from ControlGlobal.com.

    03/03/2005
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