July 2010 Issue
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Members of the chemical-processing industry address the question posed by a reader of Chemical Processing magazine: What is causing the valves to stick? Possible causes offered include undersize actuators and fluctuations in the plant air supply.
During design always consider ease of construction and use.
State-of-the-art valve testing facility occupies site of historic factory
Project gets field issues detected and addressed far faster and more effectively.
Webinar speakers identify common energy program mistakes.
Federal, state, international regulations target nanoscale materials.
Calculated results require critical analysis.
Material boasts high activity and stability even in dirty or salt water.
Readers suggest ways to improve crystallizer controls.
Scientists studied a variety of fluorine-containing molecules to determine what increases or decreases their impact on global warming.
An effective plan maximizes value retained and enhances restart efforts.
It should pay off in a better online experience for you.
Use a special method to identify and address potential hazards.
Chemical engineer lands U.K.'s top engineering award.
Record number of readers select technology leaders.