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  • Storm Clouds Recede

    The chemical industry is poised for a rebound in 2004, but "restructuring" remains a watchword

    Nick Basta, editor at large
    03/02/2004
  • Research and Development: The Know-How Pinch

    Research and development is a chemical company's most valuable asset. In today's climate, companies must work harder to protect intellectual capital on an international level.

    Nick Basta, editor at large
    03/11/2005
  • Toll manufacturers serve a changing market

    Custom chemical manufacturers anticipate increasing output this year but must contend with high domestic costs and rising imports.  Each type of chemical manufacturer has a different strategy for dealing with these issues.

    Nick Basta, editor at large
    01/19/2005
  • Chemical plant site security enters the next phase

    With the last of mandated security deadlines now approaching, plants ponder future steps.  Read about all of the improvements and procedural changes that have already occurred and find out what might be next for your plant's security plan.

    Nick Basta, editor at large
    02/10/2005
  • Control System Migration

    Reduce Costs and Risk by Following These Control System Migration Best Practices

    Nigel James
    02/11/2009
  • 10 Tips for Success

    Paying attention to the following points can ease implementing and improving critical plant procedures:

    Patrick Kelly, Honeywell Process Solutions
    08/01/2007
  • Help Your Operators

    Automating procedures within control systems can serve to make your operators more effective and more consistent. With studies showing more than 40% of all plant incidents stemming from some form of human error, it makes sense to give automation a larger role in day-to-day operations.

    Patrick Kelly, Honeywell Process Solutions
    08/01/2007
  • Pick the Proper Hose

    Making a correct choice requires an understanding of hose components.

    Patrick Werrlein, Swagelok Company
    01/03/2012
  • Ph Sensor Neutralizes Gas Scrubber Operation

    There seems to always be a better way to meet regulatory requirements, enhance productivity and lower costs. A new pH sensor may help meet all three goals.

    Paul Aloia, Summit Controls Inc.
    01/18/2005
  • Are standard operating procedures Passé?

    Analytical method development is now moving beyond simply defining a fixed set of measurement parameters.

    Paul Davies and Paul Kippax, Malvern Instruments, for our sister publication PharmaManufacturing
    01/27/2014
  • Get full value from partial stroking

    There are two main drivers for partial stroking of valves in safety systems: the desire to extend manual test intervals to as long as possible; and to reduce the amount of redundant hardware required for higher safety integrity levels. Like most things in life, it all boils down to one thing: trying to save money.

    Paul Gruhn, ICS Triplex
    03/20/2007
  • Tips and traps

    Following some partial stroke testing tips can make the process easier. Read on for more tips.

    Paul Gruhn, ICS Triplex
    03/20/2007
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