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Stack Test Technology

New Challenges and Solutions in Stack Testing

While stack-testing technology will have to struggle to keep up with mounting regulations, the future of the technology looks bright and promising.


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EPA's Proposed Petroleum Refinery Sector Rule

The proposed air pollution rule will impact every petroleum refinery throughout the U.S. The flare and fenceline monitoring proposals are going to require an in-depth analysis.


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Hydraulic Fracturing

Applying sound engineering and scientific investigations will improve hydraulic fracturing technology and avoid deleterious past practices while achieving enhanced practices.


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Control Methane Air Emissions

Controlling Methane at ERD and ISCR Applications

Active measures to control the production of methane can offer multiple advantages in terms of cost, treatment efficiency and safety.


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Know Your EPA NAAQS Requirments

Determining NAAQS Compliance

Stakeholders should be aware of and involved in their state’s methods of National Ambient Air Quality Standards attainment demonstration.


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Letters to the Editor - October 2015

Read a sampling of notes from the PE audience. Our staff appreciates every note we get whether critical or supportive.


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Industry Air Emissions are Down

The Credit Crunch

While EPA and activists continue to talk about how bad things are environmentally, data shows great improvements.


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How to Manage Environmental Risks

Environmental risks will always exist. What steps, then, can a manager take to minimize those risks?


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EPA Considers Revisions to RMP Regulations

As the EPA considers making revisions to RMP regulations, they seek information to better inform their decision.


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Gas and Emissions Analyzer

The new E5500 portable industrial combustion gas and emissions analyzer is designed to be a rugged and reliable unit for boiler, burner, engine, turbine, furnace and other combustion applications.


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Combustion Analyzer

The BTU900-NOx residential combustion analyzer is now available with field replaceable sensors for easy diagnostics and replacements to eliminate down-time and costly repair charges.


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Energy Processing Plant Expansion

Weltec Biopower Ltd. has been granted the contract to expand the food waste AD plant in Piddlehinton, Dorset. Plant owners Eco Sustainable Solutions Ltd. are expanding with a further 1.1 MW of food waste processing capacity.


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Air Valve Inflow Preventers Article

Val-Matic’s John V. Ballun, P.E., wrote an article entitled “The Newest Product in Cross Connection: Air Valve Inflow Preventers.”


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Bioremediation Product

Spill Kit 35S is an environmentally safe and economical alternative to the use of chemicals. It includes two applications for spills up to 10 square meters.


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Simplified Diaphragm Selection

Wilden, part of Dover Corporation’s Pump Solutions Group (PSG), has developed a suite of new tools, guides and information that will educate customers on the various diaphragms available for AODD pumps.


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Extended Emissions Range

Honeywell company, City Technology, has added six new sensors to its electrochemical sensor range.


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Milestone of Automation Innovation

Opto 22 marks 40 years of operation since founder Robert Engman and his wife Mary Jane started the company in Huntington Beach, Calif.


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Differential Pressure Transmitter

Omega’s new series of rangeable, very low differential pressure transmitters can put out either static (gage) pressure or differential pressure.


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Agitated Vessels

Ross offers new custom agitated vessels with silicone heating blanket for processes that cannot accommodate the conventional jacket requiring a heating fluid.


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Redesigned Website

Automation Products Group Inc. (APG) has redesigned their website to be a mobile-responsive service that enables users to identify the right sensor technology to suit specific application needs.


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Analog Level Sensor

These upgraded level sensors are designed to be easily configured for containers or tanks.


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Intelligent Sensing Platform

Wzzard is a wireless sensor connectivity platform designed to enable more efficient, intelligent, reliable and scalable Internet of Things (IoT) networking.


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Biogas Production for Fleet

Eisenmann’s high solids anaerobic digestion technology converts organic waste to compressed natural gas.


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Composite Access Covers

Lightweight composite covers provide safe and easy access, eliminating unsafe manual handling issues.


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Differential Pressure Transmitters

Clark Solutions’ Series 692 Differential Pressure Transmitters are designed for monitoring pumps and pressure drops in HVAC, chilled water and process systems, as well as various other tank level monitoring and control applications.


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In-Line Viscometer

The Model 3330 In-Line Viscometer provides real-time, on-location measurement of fracturing fluid viscosity.


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Spring-Loaded Casters

The Modern Suspension Systems line of casters has capacities in varying sizes that can carry loads from 50 lbs. up to 25,000 lbs. on a shock absorbing caster.


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Three-Speed Circulators

The Astro 2 wet-rotor circulator series features four new sizes and now reportedly offers flange-to-flange and bolt-to-bolt performance compatibility with all competing models.


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System Selected for NexTEP

The Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) has selected Yokogawa Electric Corporation’s confocal image single-cell drug discovery support system for the next-generation technology transfer program (NexTEP).


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Mixing System

Tideflex Mixing System (TMS) reportedly greatly improves the quality of drinking water in finished water storage reservoirs.


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Urethane Stator

The Woodward Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant authorities partnered with Moyno in the Canadian city of Hamilton to develop a new stator which would withstand the impact of the viscous, abrasive, solids-laden slurries and sludges found in this large-scale municipal application.


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Pipe Mount Clamps

Staff-Lok hinged shaft collars feature an integral hinge with a conformal cam lever for clamping and a knurled nut for adjusting the clamping preset, designed to make it easily operated by hand.


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Sludge Cake System

The Moyno 2000 HS system can reportedly pump filter cake further distances with higher volumetric efficiencies than any other progressing cavity pump.


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Metering Pump

The Qdos 60 is designed to reduce chemical metering costs compared with conventional solenoid or stepper-driven diaphragm metering pumps.


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UV-protected Flex Hose

The Solarguard Flex Hose is made with UV-resistant flexible PVC with a rigid PVC helix.


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New Software, Firmware and API

Matrox Graphics Inc. firmware version 1.03 for Matrox Maevex 5100 Series H.264 encode/decode devices enables new AV-over-IP features that can be controlled through the latest PowerStream 1.03 software or the new Maevex API.


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Oxygen Analyzer

The 320 oxygen analyzer offers a simple intuitive operation for engine set-up or burner tuning.


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Handheld Radiation Detector

The Thermo Scientific RadEye SPRD (Spectroscopic Personal Radiation Detector) adds a new operation mode for identifying nuclides.


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Thermal Camera Kits

The FLIR A65sc is a thermal camera kit for R&D applications.


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Godwin Field Smart Technology was designed to be a standard offering to meet customer’s needs to access their diesel pump remotely from internet connected devices. FST includes the capability to start and stop the diesel engine remotely, log engine and application parameters, and receive alarms associated with the diesel engine.

Speaker: Jordan Ruff, Engineered Controls Product Manager

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