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    Operations that struggle with the challenges of inventory management and timely replenishment of all types of powders and bulk solids can monitor silo levels on their smartphone, tablet, or desktop...
  • Article - 15 Dec 2005
    Aluminas (Al2O3) are generally more chemically resistant, harder, stronger and more refractory than mullite. McDanel Ceramic Technologies offer a range of grades of alumina, and the applications that...
  • Article - 9 Feb 2007
    Morgan Advanced Ceramics manufacture laser components for CO2 lasers from high purity alumina materials including laser wave guides. They have all the equipment required to produce components up to 1m...
  • News - 21 Jan 2008
    The tiny copper wires that connect different areas of an integrated circuit may soon limit microchip-processing speeds. So European researchers have developed technologies to produce and combine...
  • Article - 25 Jul 2018
    Drive process engineers require more reliable and precise level measurement systems because of the needs of sophisticated automated processing systems, an increasingly stringent regulatory environment...
  • News - 11 Oct 2007
    Lasers have been used in medicine for many years, mostly as minimally invasive surgical cutting tools. However, in recent years there have been many advances in the market, and the range of...
  • Article - 16 Nov 2011
    OEM manufacturers worldwide chose Master Bond adhesives, sealants and coatings for their advanced adhesive needs. Aspects such as performance requirements, applications and grades are covered.
  • Article - 21 Nov 2015
    This article discusses the many different methods of fluid level measurement in industrial processes.
  • Article - 23 May 2008
    Increasing aplications for lasers has also brought about increased demands on the lasers themselves. ceramics have come to the rescue here, being suitable long term replacements for metals.
  • News - 15 Sep 2017
    Researchers at TU Wien have developed a new cloaking technology: a special type of material is irradiated from above in such a way that another beam of light can pass in an entirely uninhibited...