January 2013 Issue
Precedent-setting rule requires manufacturers to submit health and safety studies.
Water sprays may boost performance of air-fin exchangers.
Iowa facility will be one of the first and largest commercial biorefineries in the world.
Makers respond to demands to run processes at lower and higher temperatures.
Solvent-free approach promises low-cost, environmentally friendly large-scale production.
The coating acts like a sieve, allowing only the smaller reactants in a mixture to slip through the holes and react.
A variety of signs point to sustained growth by the U.S. chemical makers.
Providing effective operating procedures is crucial to success
Variable-speed electric motors can offer significant advantages.
A variety of factors may compromise performance of an oxidizer.
Shipments and the CAB continued to rise but capacity ultilization slipped.
Guide aims to help companies switch to safer chemicals.
Report from U.K. professional society addresses areas where engineers could make an impact.
Continuous monitoring of energy costs offers added benefits
A few steps can avoid problems when starting up a tower filled with random packing.