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  • Silence Kills

    Foster an atmosphere where workers speak up about concerns.

    Dirk Willard, Contributing Editor
  • Simplified Test Codes for Blowers

    The test procedures developed in CAGI BL 5389 provides uniform verification of the performance of the range of turbomachinery packages offered to the marketplace.

    Rick Stasyshan and the CAGI Blower Section, for our sister publication Plant Services
  • Simplify Your Energy Message

    Money loss calculators can spur better operator response to wasted energy.

    Gary Faagau, Energy Columnist
  • Simulated Moving Bed Chromatography Offers Real Attractions

    A continuous purification technique, simulated moving bed chromatography combines high yields and purities with easy scale up and reasonable throughputs.

    Kathleen Mihlbachler, Eli Lilly and Company, and Olivier Dapremont, Aerojet Fine Chemicals
  • Simulation Improves Polyester Manufacturing

    DuPont Polyester Technologies (DPT) realizes the benefit of CFX computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling software, which provides a multi-size bubble model and manages the complexities involved with modeling a rotating agitator.

  • Simulation Saves Energy

    Modeling identifies opportunities to reduce energy use

    Seán Ottewell, Editor at Large
  • Sit Back And Listen

    Our podcast series aims to bring you in-depth insight at your convenience

    Traci Purdum, Senior Digital Editor
  • 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
  • Size Pumps Like a Pro

    Use a step-by-step process to avoid pitfalls.

    Dirk Willard, Contributing Editor
  • Sleep with the enemy

    Stop fighting environmentalists and embrace them because it’s good for the planet and business. The challenge for the chemical industry is to win support in the court of public opinion before building or expansion plans run into trouble. And the key to that lies in a company’s willingness to understand the complex and sometimes conflicting motives of opposition groups and to communicate effectively to all constituencies.

    Alan Metrick, Alan Metrick Communications
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