S-COR, A Revolutionary Engineered Biopharm Hose Of Teflon®
Flexible hoses are commonplace in biopharm applications: WFI/HWFI, load cell, process liquids, reagents, steam, and delivery systems, to name a few.
New Ergonomic Neck Support Aids In Reducing Neck Strain
Dr. D.G.Racicot, B.Sc., D.C., designed the neck support system (Cervical Spine Protective Support) originally for hydro workers who worked outdoors where there is a propensity to ‘look up’ to the point of neck strain
All-Purpose Application Uses of Hoses of Teflon®
No material offers the overall properties of Teflon®. As a hose, you can install it and forget it..! It never ages. Hoses of Teflon® have a wide range of high and low temperature capability and the pressure rating to go along with it
Case Study: MacLaren's Pulp Mill Upgraded To Meet New Requirements And Aid In Protecting The Environment
MacLaren Industries' kraft pulp mill, located in Thurso, Quebec was built in 1958 and used only a primary treatment process for treatment of its pulp waste until the mid 1990s. It was at this time that more stringent effluent requirements for BOD5 were defined for discharge into the nearby Ottawa River. To meet the new requirements and to make a commitment in protecting the environment, MacLaren decided to employ a secondary treatment process
Opacity Compensation For Paper Using The SpectraProbe XE
The opacity of paper can affect its color. For single-sheet measurements in particular, a change
in opacity results in a change in color. When taking color measurements in a laboratory using a
benchtop instrument, a “stack” is created by folding the paper a number of times until it appears
Title V Operating Permit Renewal
Many U.S. manufacturing facilities are in the process of renewing their Title V Operating Permits (as required by the 1990 Clean Air Act). The renewal process is an excellent time to evaluate your current permit and determine what changes to make for the permit renewal
Protective Devices Maintenance As It Applies To The Arc/Flash Hazard
One of the key components of the Flash Hazard Analysis, which is required by NFPA 70E-2000, is the clearing time of the protective devices, primarily circuit breakers and protective relays.
Arc-Flash Hazard Analysis
'Putting the Pieces of the Puzzle Together'
Two industrial electricians began work in the basement electrical room one day. They wanted to take
some physical measurements and knew the switchgear was energized but were in a hurry to get
Electricity - The 'SILENT KILLER'
Electricity is often referred to as a “silent killer” because it cannot be tasted, seen, heard, or smelled.
Electrical Safety Training
There are many benefits to having well trained and qualified employees. One of the major benefits
expressed by the industry is the reduction of unscheduled down time.