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  • Properly Install Column Internals

    Good installation is crucial for trouble-free startups and optimum tower performance. Experienced installers share their practical knowledge to help you make sure that your tower will work as expected. The advice also applies to absorbers and strippers.

    Frank Rukovena, Jr., Fractionation Research, Inc.
    02/19/2007
  • 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
  • Properly Measure Duct Flow

    Getting accurate readings can pose challenges.

    Dave Winters and Amy K. Johnson, Emerson Process Management
    10/05/2011
  • Properly protect centrifugal pumps

    Consider various factors when selecting how to guard against low flow, Andrew Sloley says in this month's Plant Insites column.

    Andrew Sloley, contributing editor
    07/11/2007
  • Properly protect control systems

    Integrated digital field networks are increasingly popular but pose particular safety and security risks. Fortunately, a number of parallel activities are underway to make integration between automation and business systems effective, safe and secure.

    Ian Verhappen, MTL Instruments
    06/14/2007
  • Properly Tackle Thermal Expansion Issues

    Temperature rises can cause significant increases in equipment size or pipe length, leading to potential damage from internal stress.

    Andrew Sloley, Contributing Editor
    02/18/2015
  • Prospects Brighten for Chemical Industry

    A variety of signs point to sustained growth by the U.S. chemical makers.

    Thomas Kevin Swift and Martha Gilchrist Moore, American Chemistry Council
    01/11/2013
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