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A range of optional gas addition, microwave, low temperature and binary pump (4-channel) modules further enhance the operational versatility of the FlowSyn system.
Developed by chemists for chemists, the Uniqsis FlowSyn system is available with the widest range of reactors (2 - 60 ml) in a choice of inert materials including stainless steel, Hastelloy®, PFA, PTFE or even Copper.
Flow chemistry in micro-reactors has many advantages over batch processing notably better reproducibility and scalability, improved yields and fewer problems with unstable intermediates or exothermic reactions.
Read full article: 'Flow Reactors Improve Process Reproducibility, Scalability & Yields '
FLORHAM PARK NJ, USA -- - ASCO Numatics has introduced the 212 Series of composite solenoid valves that incorporate the new FasNTM universal connection system. The 212 Series has been designed specifically for water purification and conditioning systems in commercial and industrial applications.
“With the 212 Series, ASCO has perfected composite valve technology,” said Robert W. Kemple, Jr., executive vice president, sales and marketing - Americas, ASCO Numatics.
“This is the highly reliable, easy-to-install product the market has been waiting for. It solves the breakdown and reliability problems found in other types of composite valves and is available with one of the fastest delivery times in the industry.”
The composite valve has been tested and certified by NSF International: NSF 61 Annex G (drinking water), NSF 169 (special purpose food equipment and devices), and NSF 372 (lead-free).
Read full article: 'ASCO Introduces Composite Solenoid Valve'
Reinach/BL, Switzerland -- Water level in the boiler drum is one of the most important parameters to both measure and control.
If the level is too low, overheating of the water wall tubes may cause serious accidents, resulting in expensive repairs, downtime, and injury or death to personnel.
If the level is too high, boiler water carryover into the superheater or the turbine may cause damage resulting in extensive maintenance costs or outages of either the turbine or boiler.
Controlling the water level requires sophisticated techniques as the level measurement must be accurate and transmitted to the control system.
Traditional differential pressure (dp) level measurement can be tricky
Read full article: 'Getting reliable & continuous level signal in the steam drum'
Guangzhou / Guangzhou, China -- With the introduction of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) technology and the sharp pace of internationalization of domestic RFID products, DAILY RFID (China RFID) has been committed to making durable, high-value RFID development kits for different RFID-enable applications, such as the jewelry management, parking management, costume management, event management and so forth.
Seeking & finding suitable RFID development kits for different applications is an imperative for their many customers.
The reason why customers should choose RFID Development kits from Daily RFID is that these RFID Development kits provide better matching to, and superior performance in, the management systems based on RFIDs (HF andUHF) and the relevant protocols.
Read full article: 'RFID Development Kits from DAILY RFID'
Dunedin FL, USA – Ocean Optics has released an update to its OmniDriver Spectroscopy Development Platform. The platform-neutral Java based OmniDriver Version 2.20 provides a simple interface for programming of USB spectrometers, accessories and devices in optical sensing systems.
It is available with an optional set of spectral processing math algorithms.
New features have improved the platform’s high-speed data acquisition, spectral processing, data analysis, data visualization and data transfer options.
With native libraries included for a variety of Linux, Macintosh and Windows operating systems, OmniDriver users can develop robust control applications without knowing Java; the wrapper libraries provide an interface for most languages to link against.
Read full article: 'OmniDriver Spectroscopy Platform Updated'
Kenley, UK -- Drawing upon 50 years precision optics manufacturing experience, Optical Surfaces Ltd. has established a worldwide reputation of being able to deal with the extremely tight tolerances and accuracy that hyperbolic optics demand.
Hyperboloids are generally used in optical telescope systems where good off-axis performance is an important requirement. Optical Surfaces supplied hyperboloids have been at the heart of many deep space and earth observation satellites including BNSC's Top Sat, the NASA swift explorer as well as ESA's XMM and NigeriaSAT-2.
Benefiting from a uniquely stable manufacturing environment and proprietary production techniques, Optical Surfaces Ltd.'s skilled craftsmen are able to economically produce hyperbolic optics up to 500 mm diameter with typical wavefront error of lambda/20 P-V, surface finish of 10/5 and microroughness less than 1.2 nm RMS.
Read full article: 'Hyperbolic Optics with Extremely Tight Tolerances'
Chesham, UK -- Resolve Optics Ltd has produced an informative technical note that addresses the question 'Does My Application Require Radiation Resistant Lenses?
In nuclear power, nuclear reprocessing, space, medical and other scientific applications optical glass may be exposed to high energy radiation like gamma, electron, proton and neutron radiation.
With the accumulation of higher doses this radiation reduces the transmittance of optical glass (turning brown or grey) especially near the UV-visible edge of the spectrum.
Fortunately optical glasses can be stabilised against transmittance loss caused by ionizing radiation by adding Cerium (Ce) to the composition. The extent of stabilization differs from glass type to glass type.
Read full article: 'Tips On When To Use Radiation Resistant Lenses'
Ipswich, UK & Stone Ridge NY, USA -- For laboratories looking for a safe, rapid and affordable sample concentrator for biological samples, Genevac reports on the significant operational benefits of their miVac sample concentrator compared to 'blowdown' evaporation systems.
Removing solvent by blowing inert gas into open sample vessels, blowdown evaporators often have to operate at 50 °C or more to concentrate samples in a relatively short space of time. For many laboratories dissolution of samples in low boiling solvents is not always an option.
To efficiently remove water and other higher boiling solvents, vacuum concentration, as used by the miVac sample concentrator, is widely accepted as the only effective method.
Read full article: 'Safe & Rapid Biological Sample Concentration'
New York NY & Seattle WA, USA - Visualant™, Inc. (VSUL) has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, TransTech Systems, Inc., will be exhibiting at the ISC East 2012 trade show on October 30-31, 2012 at the Javits Center in New York.
The company will be demonstrating its latest groundbreaking product, Cyclops 6 with ChromaID™ Technology, in booth #1750.
The new Cyclops 6 demonstrates the power of the Visualant ChromaID™ technology, which reads, records and analyzes invisible chromatic identifiers in gases, liquids, solids and surfaces.
The technology promises to spawn a new wave of consumer and industrial applications replacing old spectral analysis techniques found in expensive science labs and making them more accessible to people in the field.
Read full article: ' Demo Groundbreaking Visualant ChromaID™ Technology '
Austin TX, USA -- The HART® Communication Foundation (www.hartcomm.org) is seeking end user applications that demonstrate the use of the HART Communication Protocol beyond device configuration and routine device diagnostics and will give a Leatherman® Kick multi-tool to users who provide details of those applications.
Users are asked to complete a simple online questionnaire and, if their application uses HART Communication for full-time access to valuable device and process information, they will be eligible to receive a free Leatherman.
Read full article: 'Win A Leatherman Tools for HART User Application Stories'
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