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  • Flow eHandbook: Achieve Better Flow

    Achieving better flow is a constant challenge for chemical processors. What happens when a liquid flashes? How do you consider the impact of inlet losses? How can you become more innovative using speed pipe installation?

    This Chemical Processing eHandbook takes a look at how chemicals manufacturers are meeting these challenges head on. Download this Chemical Processing eHandbook for insights and strategies including:

    • Watch Out for Two-Phase Flow where process performance can suffer dramatically when a liquid flashes;
    • Nix Nozzle Nuisances and avoid flow problems by considering the impact of inlet losses;
    • Case Study: Speed Pipe Installation - VIP PLUMBING of Cleveland, Ohio, used press fittings to make water- and air-tight connections when installing a stainless system at Royal Chemical's Macedonia, Ohio plant;
    • More!

    Download your copy of this Chemical Processing Flow eHandbook now.

    10/27/2015
  • Chemical Processing eHandbook: Foil Flow Failings

    This Chemical Processing Flow eHandbook, Foil Flow Failings, takes a look at how manufacturers are meeting some of today’s flow system challenges. Are you faced with the challenge of understanding when to use piston and diaphragm devices for precise liquid dosing? Do nozzle nightmares keep you awake at night? Do you know the best possible options for sidestripper control? Do you want to learn more from a case study on specialty lubricants and press-fitting technology?

    Download this Chemical Processing eHandbook now for insights and strategies including:

    • Mastering Meter Pumps: Understand when to use piston and diaphragm devices for precise liquid dosing
    • Nix Nozzle Nightmares: Don’t forget to check nozzle locations when altering towers
    • Carefully Consider Sidestripper Control: Analysis of three possible options provides important insights
    • Case Study: A producer of specialty lubricants speeds pipe installation using press-fitting technology

    Download your copy of the Chemical Processing Flow eHandbook: Foil Flow Failings

    04/13/2016
  • eHandbook: Master These Mixing Best Practices

    This Chemical Processing eHandbook takes a look at some of today’s mixing challenges for chemical manufacturers and some of the best practices that can be implemented to help along the way.

    Download this Chemical Processing eHandbook for insights and strategies including:

    • Prevent Problems with Fine Particles: Sampling is crucial and demands particular care.
    • Quickly Estimate Reagent Addition Time: A simple equation suffices in many situations involving batch reactors.
    • Understand Powder Flow Characteristics: A powder’s variables and external factors will greatly impact blender size and type.

    More!
    Download your copy of this Chemical Processing Mixing eHandbook now.

    08/24/2016
  • Flow eHandbook: Foil Fluid Fiascoes

    This Chemical Processing eHandbook examines some of today’s Flow challenges for chemical manufacturers and offers solutions that can be implemented to help make your operations run more smoothly .

    Download this Chemical Processing eHandbook for insights and strategies including:

    • Pick the Proper Valve: Consider a number of factors to match a valve to the application.
    • Quickly Estimate Reagent Addition Time: A simple equation suffices in many situations involving batch reactors.
    • Choose the Right Flow Measurement Technology: Answering a few key questions can determine the right device for a specific application
    • Ponder Using Press Fittings: Case study shows how press fittings speed installation and can withstand harsh environments and materials.
    • More!

    Download your copy of this Chemical Processing Flow eHandbook now.

    10/12/2016
  • Tubing & Hose Buying Tips, Part 1

    Determining what plastic tubing is best for an application can be a challenge. This report includes topics such as ingredients, temperatures, pressure and vacuum requirements, and flexibility to assist engineers and buyers with tubing and hose selection. Helps avoid costly purchasing errors.

    Download the white paper now.

    Advantapure
    04/14/2015
  • Spray Gas Quench Design Considerations

    The use of spray nozzles to rapidly cool or quench gas streams is an essential application in many industrial processes, such as chemical reaction vessels, incineration, and power plant absorber gas inlet. An optimized spray quench design requires engineering analysis of the operating environment, spray nozzle performance and process reliability. This technical paper describes the design considerations for spray gas quench systems such as nozzle selection, process control, system configuration and reliability. Application of this knowledge can result in a gas quench system that operates efficiently and reliably with reduced vessel size, reduced atomization energy consumption, and minimized downtime, to achieve capital and operational cost savings for your process.

    Bete Fog
    09/16/2009
  • Process Filtration Scale-Up from Lab to Commercial Operation

    This article discusses process filtration approach developed for each technology stage starting from batch filtration in the lab to continuous filtration for the full-scale commercial operation. Process engineers must not “jump to conclusions”, a reference from Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson who prove time and again is that there is no benefit to jumping to conclusions. Therefore, laboratory / bench top filtration testing is covered for problem analysis, technology selection and pilot and demonstration scale-up. The paper continues with the filtration testing and then scale-up to the commercial size. Finally, the paper concludes with a general review of the problem-solving skills of Holmes and Watson and how these skills can be utilized by process engineers as a framework for “idea-generation” when analyzing a new process scale-up.

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    BHS
    06/02/2015
  • Case Study: Closed-System Chemical Dispensing Enhances Safety & Reduces Overall Operating Expenses

    Traditional chemical dispensing methods may leave workers and the environment exposed to harsh chemicals and dangerous fumes. Container Technology resolved this problem using Colder Products Company’s new DrumQuik PRO system, a safe, easy and economic closed-dispensing solution for extracting chemicals from rigid containers such as drums, jerry cans and IBCs.

    Colder Products Company
    07/10/2008
  • Closed System Technology Drives the Trend Toward Safer, More Cost-Efficient Chemical Dispensing

    In dozens of industries and in millions of applications around the world, dangerous chemicals are transferred from their original shipping containers into smaller jugs or buckets or applied to other end-use processes. Historically, the predominant dispensing method in many of these applications has been through an open system where the liquid is poured out of the container. With a poured system, the container is often flipped on its side and the liquid is poured into a secondary container. The user then just carries the bucket to wherever it needs to go. A mental image of this technique quickly reveals its potential dangers and inefficiencies.

    Colder Products Company
    02/13/2009
  • Electro-hydraulic system design: Making the right system choices

    Designers who understand and can take advantage of the differences between fluid power and traditional electromechanical power can build machines that produce higher quality output with lower lifecycle costs. This white paper suggests that care must be taken, however, in selecting and sizing the hydraulic system elements and in tuning the motion controller for optimal performance.

    Delta Computer Systems
    08/16/2005
  • Design Tips for Sensing Probes

    This application note from Delta Controls outlines selection and installation criteria for using admittance probes to monitor the level of powders, liquids and other materials. Dielectric constants of more than 200 materials are included.

    Delta Controls
    01/05/2006
  • Continuous imaging fluid particle analysis: A Primer

    This paper looks at the issues associated with fluid particle analysis, discusses some of the historical methods used, and introduces a new technology: the continuous imaging fluid particle analyzer.

    Fluid Imaging Technologies
    11/14/2005
  • Bearing isolators 101

    A bearing isolator is a non-contact, non-wearing, permanent bearing protection device. It has a rotor and a stator, and the two are unitized, so that they don’t separate from one another while in use. Typically, the rotor turns with a rotating shaft, while the stator is pressed into a bearing housing. The two components interact to keep contamination out of the bearing enclosure and the lubricant in.

    Inpro
    05/17/2005
  • 7 Applications You Didn’t Know Were Compatible with Microwave

    Microwave energy in chemical processing has really come of age over the past few years. Many companies are experiencing the benefits that microwave offers over conventional drying technologies. Other functions include: sterilization, pasteurization, cooking, tempering, dehydration and heating. While you may have guessed a few of the applications we’re profiling, or may even work with them yourself, we hope at least one or two applications off our list will catch your eye and perhaps start you thinking. • Analytical Chemistry • Treatment of Biomass & Biosolids • Powder Processing Carbon Black Animal Blood Plasma Powdered Eggs • Pyrolysis for Recycling & Waste-to-Energy Plastics and Rubber Farm Waste • Petro Chemicals Frac Sand Grease Processing • Minerals

    Marion Mixers
    06/18/2013
  • Five Keys to Avoiding Ethylene Valve Failures

    This concise, compelling overview of best practices in purchasing and maintaining ethylene valve packages is an essential read for industry professionals. The white paper will tell you how to: 1) Select the right seats and seals; 2) Select the right coating materials; 3) Know the quality of the valves you're buying; 4) Find a trusted single resource for your valve package purchases; 5) Keep up with required maintenance.

    Metso
    10/15/2013
  • Special Report -- Control With Flow

    With changes in temperature, pressure, density and viscosity all affecting volumetric flowmeter measurement, how can continuous processors accurately measure the flow of fluids? Download this Special Report to find out how Coriolis flowmeters provide a direct mass measurement that is unaffected by changing process fluid characteristics – improving both accuracy and optimizing operations at your plant.

    Micro Motion
    03/30/2009
  • Guidelines for Proper Filtration and Delivery of Samples to On-Line Process Analyzers

    Contaminants in plant samples are the most frequent cause of problems with on-line analyzers. Trace contaminants can rapidly build up and cause instrument failure. It’s critical that a filter specifically designed for sampling applications be used rather than a general purpose filter. Read guidelines to ensure proper filtration and sample delivery to on-line analyzers in this white paper.

    Parker
    09/23/2013
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