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  • Hard lessons worth sharing

    Editor-in-Chief Mark Rosenzweig writes that the causes of two incidents should get attention from other processors.

    Mark Rosenzweig
    01/24/2006
  • Safeguard plant safety

    The worst thing that can happen at your plant is that an employee suffers a serious injury from a preventable accident. Follow some proven maintenance pointers to keep operations safe.

    Joe Kaulfersch, Pepperl+Fuchs
    01/23/2006
  • Collar hazards with a Bow-Tie

    A flexible, graphical method offers many advantages for initial process hazard analyses. Read here for a detailed explanation of the Bow-Tie method.

    Jack Philley, Baker Engineering and Risk Consultants, Inc.
    01/23/2006
  • Distillation control and optimization, Part 1

    Control columnist Bela Liptak describes the distillation process and PID-based controls, reviews optimization strategies, and shows how advanced controls can cut operating costs of distillation.

    Béla Lipták, PE, Control Columnist
    01/11/2006
  • Flow metering gets more fluid

    There are more and more funcationalities being added to your most trusted instrumentation. These established technologies have expand their reach and performance.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
    01/09/2006
  • 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
  • Keep lobes in mind

    Understand why and when to consider these positive-displacement pumps.

    John Hall, Viking Pump, Inc.
    01/03/2006
  • Track that spill

    Chemical Processing's readers offer tips about how to locate and identify a chemical spill.

    01/02/2006
  • Know when the end is near

    Chemical Processing's readers offer tips about how to determine resin-reaction end point.

    01/02/2006
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