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Chemical Processing's Equipment & Services feature provides a variety of production equipment, supplier services and parts.
Process engineering and chemical manufacturing: While an average industrial power boiler has a lifespan of up to 50 years or more, replacing one can be a costly investment. Depending on the age of a particular boiler and its projected remaining useful life, manufacturers usually have strong ...
An encounter at a soccer game provided an opportunity for a cyber security expert to share some best practices with a process engineer at a large chemical plant in Texas City. The key message: take a holistic approach.
Removing water or moisture from a liquid stream is a critical operation in many manufacturing processes. Liquid stream dryers commonly contain either molecular sieves or adsorbents; during the last 20 years, the use of molecular sieves in process engineering has become much more common.
Maintenance staffs would welcome warning LEDs on equipment
Six Sigma and Lean manufacturing methods have been used in a number of industries for quite some time. Read here to learn how you can use both in a chemical plant and reap significant benefits.
In todays competitive environment, all plants are interested in reducing costs to maximize profitability. One fixed-expense area most frequently targeted is hourly staffing level.
We asked readers: How much do you think staff complacency affects your site's process safety efforts?
Projects at Dow Chemical and Baxter Healthcare received the highest ranking from our judges. Our first-ever Plant Innovation Award honors significant improvements to existing operating facilities.
Profit More from Process Simulation -- The technology can improve a plant's bottom line in numerous ways.
Many process manufacturing companies, already having outsourced a lot of back office functions such as information technology (IT) and human resources management, now are targeting more central business functions, such as accounting and even R&D.
With the last of mandated security deadlines now approaching, plants ponder future steps. Read about all of the improvements and procedural changes that have already occurred and find out what might be next for your chemical plant's security plan.
Keep process analyzers on-stream -- Despite computer operation simplicity, personal skills are still needed to achieve the full benefits of process monitoring.
Chemical Leasing is a Viable Option -- Use it to promote sustainable management of chemicals.
Sybron Chemicals had the right idea when it sought to properly document the procedures for its wastewater treatment plant. The first step for improving both employee and plant efficiency is to have an up-to-date plant manual.
Chemical makers are striving to achieve increasingly ambitious goals.
Process Flare-up Leads to Blacklist Fear -- Dispute over refinery project may make investors wary
Use Thermal Imagery For Process Problems -- The technique can provide insights on a variety of equipment.
Chemical Engineers Crow -- New Web site celebrates the professions past and prospective achievements.
Process Puzzler -- Root Out Rumbling
Method could lead to lower cost fuel and chemical feedstock.
Catalytic process provides both high selectivity and yield.
Chemical companies are showing increasing interest in using renewable resources as feedstocks.
"Yoke-shell" design affords greater control of chemical reactions