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  • The importance of large bore seal chambers

    The introduction of the larger bore seal chamber has provided two major benefits to mechanical seal operation, both of which contribute to increased reliability.

    Ross Mackay
  • The intrinsically safe fieldbus has arrived

    Fieldbus has proven its merit in bringing projects online more efficiently, allowing better diagnostics, and control, and reducing maintenance costs and inventories. However, it has been limited in intrinsically safe services. At last, technology has come through once again with a solution. The capacity barrier of FISCO has now been significantly surpassed by a novel split architecture design that has already proven itself in the field.

    Dr. Dave Rizzo, Power PR
  • The Invisible Threat

    Many users don’t trust an industrial wireless network solution. Some concerns are real. Most are ethereal. It’s important to know the differences.

  • The Lark provides a serious lesson for the chemical industry

    The key to the long-term vitality of a chemical corporation does not lie in its business acumen, but in its ability to continue to make innovative chemicals. Editor in chief Mark Rosenzweig says executives should show more enthusiasm for this process.

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
  • The price is wrong

    Experts agree: monetary rewards are not the way to motivate employees

  • The rise and fall of modulation

    Why have reciprocating designs fallen out of favor relative to the rotary compressor that is so predominant today? Read about the evolution of efficient controls for compressed air systems.

    Henry Kemp
  • The Synergy of Simulation, Experimentation and Technical Support Activities in a Research Consortium

    For the business of designing process heat exchangers, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tools are still not practical for everyday use. However, in a research consortium such as HTRI, integrating advanced analysis tools like CFD with industrial-sized experimentation and then applying them to real-world technical problems provides a significant synergistic benefit to the consortium members.

    Kevin J. Farrell
  • There's a New Buzz on Campus

    A leading chemical company spurs academic research on traditional topics.

    Mark Rosenzweig, editor in chief
  • Thinking About a Change?

    A three-step approach can simplify pump bearing lubrication, reducing the number of oil sump-related lubrication changes --- and extending equipment life

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