2012

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  • Expanding Production at FMC Lithium

    FMC Minera del Altiplano, a leader in the mining of lithium ores and brines, wanted to automate its production processes but lacked sufficient capacity to keep pace with continuous operational improvements. See how FMC expanded processing capacity while minimizing risks to critical plant information.

    Honeywell
    08/29/2012
  • Fired Up: Combustible Dust Raises Explosive Issues

    Combustible dust fires happen in plants everyday. This white paper helps manufacturers learn more about combustible dust hazards and ways to handle combustible dust in your manufacturing plant in order to comply with OSHA's NEP. Learn more about choosing the right cleaning tools for your facility.

    Nilfisk Industrial Vacuums
    07/25/2012
  • Gas Analysis Made Easy – Plug and Play Tunable Diode Lasers

    Oxygen monitoring is central to many process and safety applications, yet many solutions are cumbersome to install and costly to maintain. Tunable Diode Laser (TDL) technology has gone some way to simplifying matters. Now, new developments in TDL sensors mean measuring oxygen has never been easier or more affordable.

    Mettler Toledo
    04/18/2012
  • Heating Water by Direct Steam Injection

    Direct steam injection provides a solution where large volumes of hot water at precise temperatures are required, and saving space and energy are factors in the system design.

    Pick Heaters
    05/03/2012
  • Impact of Formula-Based ERP Applications on Chemical Manufacturers

    By understanding the key functions and architecture of a process-oriented, formula based ERP application, you will have a better foundation for choosing a solution that best suits your company and type of manufacturing.

    This practical guide and checklist ties the unique operations of chemical manufacturers to specific ERP functionality and architecture. Topics include:
    • Formula Specifications
    • Variability and Quality
    • Product Accountability and Costing
    • Traceability
    • IT Maintenance
      Don't settle for a "one size fits all" ERP solution. With the "right fit" ERP solution, you will be able to streamline operations, reduce costs and scale production, while complying with federal regulations -- all with minimum customization.

    CDC Software
    06/07/2012
  • Inerting Made Efficient: Replacing Extractive Oxygen Analyzers

    Extractive systems for oxygen measurement in inerting/blanketing applications require a great deal of maintenance. Even if well maintained they are subject to failure due to their complexity. In-line systems based on polarographic probes are far more reliable and require minimal maintenance.

    Mettler Toledo
    03/26/2012
  • Loss-On-Drying vs. Thermogravimetric Analysis

    The key components needed to provide valuable information about the composition of a producer's FGD byproducts is an instrument that has capabilities to reach temperatures sufficient to drive the reactions of interest and to separate the tests so meaningful numbers are yielded at each stage.

    Arizona Instrument LLC
    05/21/2012
  • Maritime Transportation Security Act - Tips & Updates

    Remain informed about adjustments to MTSA and learn how the program continues to evolve. This paper provides regulatory updates on the current state of MTSA and information about Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC). Find out about new challenges, such as harmonization with Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS). The paper also covers the current discussion among industry and government officials regarding the differences associated with the MTSA and CFATS programs, including ways to coordinate chemical security regulations. Learn about TWIC reader pilot program updates, as well as practical tips for compliance. Download MTSA Tips & Updates Paper

    Tyco Integrated Security
    01/11/2012
  • Optimizing the Mixing of Powders into Liquids – Dust-free Induction and Dispersion

    Mixing of powders into liquids should be relatively easy. You pour powder onto the liquid's surface and then mix it in. However, this mixing can be very troublesome in production. This paper examines the various factors involved with mixing powders into liquids and how to avoid potential problems.

    Powder Technologies, Inc.
    10/22/2012
  • No More Risky Business With Virtual Patching

    Patching process control system software to remove security vulnerabilities is fraught with risk. System issues can be the result of installing a patch, but a system is also vulnerable without patching. Fortunately, virtual patching can improve the process and raise the system’s security at the same time.

    Honeywell
    09/21/2012
  • No More Tears for Control System Migration

    While upgrading process control systems is vital to maintaining a plant’s performance, the migration process often brings confusion and frustration for customers. See how Honeywell keeps control systems running at the best possible performance throughout the migration process and into the future.

    Honeywell
    08/29/2012
  • PRALCA’s Path to Modernization

    With an aging installed legacy Distributed Control System (DCS), the PRALCA petrochemical plant needed advanced control strategies to improve plant efficiency. Find out how a comprehensive migration solution extended the life of plant equipment and provided a cost-effective path forward to the latest automation technology.

    Honeywell
    08/29/2012
  • Preventive Maintenance of Chemical Hot-Oil Systems

    Heat transfer and other process fluids -- from mineral oils to synthetic and organic-based formulas -- are the lifeblood of many critical operations within chemical and the process industries. Their condition reveals critical details about the health of the entire process itself, and that of the components of the system and their interoperation. Register for access to two special E-Books, which come in an interactive PDF format with links to additional web resources.

    Paratherm Corp.
    04/23/2012
  • Productivity Improvement with Wireless Steam

    When steam traps leak or fail, energy is lost and there could also be steam equipment failure or damage and potential safety hazards. A major food manufacturer improved their steam trap program and enhanced their ongoing leak repair campaign with remote steam trap monitoring using Smart Wireless Solutions from Emerson.

    Emerson
    03/13/2012
  • Reducing Water Consumption in Compressed Air Systems

    Compressed air systems are sometimes called the "4th Utility" due to their presence in almost all industrial processes and facilities. As US water consumption continues to increase, compressed air systems provide an opportunity for energy managers to reduce associated cooling water consumption and costs. In this white paper, we focus on the opportunity to reduce the water consumption of compressed air systems. Understanding the costs and the alternative types of cooling systems is an important first step. This white paper provides background on US water consumption in both the public and industrial sectors; it provides detail on industrial water consumption -- including industrial cooling water -- and its associated costs; it also details six different types of cooling systems available.

    Hitachi
    02/14/2012
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