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  • Disposable equipment makes lasting gains

    Biopharmaceutical producers and others are turning more to single-use units. Is this a good idea for your plant?

    Alan S. Brown, contributing editor
  • Disposable equipment earns lasting role

    Improvements in materials and processing know-how have led to a steady increase in the use of single-use or disposable equipment.

    Seán Ottewell, contributing editor
  • Dig Deeper to Find More Capacity

    Pipeline simulation software can uncover hidden causes of capacity bottlenecks.

    Todd J. Willman, EPCON International, Reuben Gates, Shell Chemical LP, and Mark Haboian, Eastman Kodak Co.
  • Diagnostics dig deeper

    Today’s plants come ready equipped with their own team of doctors in the shape of the many diagnostic and monitoring systems incorporated into instrumentation and other process equipment. And, like any good doctor, today’s plant diagnostics can look beyond the symptoms of poorly performing instruments and provide insights into the health of the process itself.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
  • DHS aims to lock down security rules

    Expect a final ruling this summer on chemicals covered and some other key issues, warns Lynn Bergeson, regulatory editor.

    Lynn Bergeson, regulatory editor
  • Device Offers Insights on Rheology

    Tool enables real-time monitoring of how viscosity of liquids changes during a production process.

    Chemical Processing Staff
  • Develop an air-tight defense

    Chemical processors face significant challenges in controlling fugitive emissions. The emissions escape from valves, compressors, pumps, piping components, etc. It is a difficult task, but necessary to avoid penalties and other liability.

    Lynn Bergeson, regulatory editor
  • Determining the best hardware quote

    Keep a few pointers in mind when sorting through proposals for distillation column internals. They will make it easier to equitably compare the quotes, including assessing performance claims and even alternative hardware recommendations.

    John G. Kunesh, consultant, and Raymond M. Sowiak, Sunoco
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