June 2010 Issue
Revamped Responsible Care Strives for Transparency
The recent painful downturn and high energy costs are pushing corporate managers in the chemical industry to do whatever they can to improve company margins.
Often, one or more centrifuges lie idle in a facility. A thorough understanding of the factors that affect centrifuges is essential to getting the most out of these units.
Teaming ultrasonics with corrosion inhibitors offers environmental and economic benefits.
Government mandates and industry self interest are fostering progress
Hydrogen sulfide reporting requirements get scrutiny.
A pressure signal works for many but not all situations.
Careful project planning and good communications with vendors can avoid hassles.
Try optimization to help reduce motor energy expenses.
EPA is prompting a more proactive and comprehensive approach to reduce fugitive emissions.
Norwegians rethink oil spill clean-up technologies.
Computational-chemistry-based approach promises benefits by creating molecules with desired traits.
The membrane is made of a polyamide thin-film composite. Field studies are underway with brackish water.
Contributors suggest how to handle thermal and water issues.
Staff in the field increasingly rely on wireless handheld devices.
Impromptu videos highlight myriad products and services
Regulations will require higher energy efficiency for many AC motors.