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Saturday, March 14, 2009

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Interesting articles for this month :

Combining Rupture Disks with Safety Relief Valves
A rupture disk serves as a barrier, protecting the safety relief valve from process media. This barrier extends the life of the relief valve and prevents leakage to the atmosphere

Getting the Most Out of Your Rupture Disc
For optimum rupture-disc performance, pay attention to installation, operation and maintenance

FAYF Membrane Configurations
This one-page guide provides an introduction to tubular, cap-illary, spiral-wound and plate-and-frame membrane configurations, while also detailing the tendency for each to expe-rience fouling

Using Web 2.0 Tools to Increase Your Productivity
Web 2.0 developments can improve an engineer’s productivity at work, as well as his or her professional development

Industrial Gas Applications In the CPI
Technical and specialty gases find use in many synthesis processes and a number of unit operations, in analysis and in plant maintenance

Solar’s Second Coming
Construction of CSP plants is on the rise, bringing jobs and business to equipment suppliers and chemical produc-ers alike


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