Article - 14 Nov 2019
Standards of contamination in industrial fluids show that 70 to 80% of hydraulic failures are directly attributed to contamination.
Article - 3 Oct 2018
In this interview we speak to Professor Lee Cronin, regius chair of chemistry at Glasgow university about his current research and how he is using self optimising reactor systems to break new ground...
Article - 11 Aug 2018
Ultrapure or high purity water has been purified to stringent criteria to eliminate contaminants that can have an adverse effect on people, products or equipment.
Article - 30 Jun 2018
The ability to measure flow in a dependable, precise and economical manner is of greater importance in today’s world than in any other era.
Article - 17 Apr 2018
Both natural oil and natural gas can be extracted from a variety of geological sources. Most oil and gas fields are located within sedimentary rocks like limestone and sandstone, because these rocks...
Article - 23 Mar 2018
Systems pH control systems are known by their extreme rangeability and sensitivity, but contact between the measurement electrodes and hostile fluids can cause issues.
Article - 21 Mar 2018
This article discusses how to use a electromagnetic flowmeter for the oil and gas industry.
Article - 8 Aug 2017
Graphite is a soft, slippery, greyish-black material that has a metallic luster. It is opaque to light and is a good conductor of electricity and heat.
Article - 28 Feb 2017
Jeff Schibley of Jet Edge advises that before investing in a waterjet system, the waterjet manufacturer needs to perform a test cut. Using material supplied by the customer, most waterjet...
Article - 25 Jan 2016
Oxyacetylene torches and hand-held gouges are traditionally used to cut petroleum storage tanks for dismantling or repairing. The method is considered risky and time intensive, according to Mass...