Teams from Rittal work closely with leading industrial companies to create IT infrastructures for use with Industry 4.0 technology, including edge computing platforms. The company has put together the following tips to help companies implement fast-deploying and secure IT for production environments.
When the plant team at HollyFrontier’s Woods Cross Refinery, near Bountiful, Utah, needed mass flow meters to measure flare gas to the main flare header, the team drew on its past metering experiences for this difficult application.
Paper is part of our everyday lives – whether in the workplace or at home. Take a minute to look around the room you are in and you’ll notice how many objects are made from paper: books, magazines, printer paper, perhaps even a poster on the wall.
Performance metrics collected through studies conducted among installations of Eriez Trunnion Magnets worldwide indicate a six-month to one-year payback when compared to trommel screen installations.
Krohne has announced “Krohne Tutorials”, a new dedicated YouTube channel for explanatory videos on industrial process measurement devices. It contains user-oriented Installation-Commissioning-Verification (ICV) videos, starting with H250 M40 and Optiswirl flowmeters.
In this white paper, the effect that ambient oil vapour levels can have on downstream compressed air quality and what to consider when looking for ‘Technically Oil-Free’ compressed air to ISO8573-1 Class 0 or Class 1 for total oil is discussed.
About 60 kilometres east of Peterborough, Ontario, sits a 202-acre abandoned mine and industrial area. Located in Deloro, there is a tiny community of about 160, and a contaminated site with arsenic, cobalt, copper, nickel, low-level radioactive waste and other materials from historical mining and processing activities.
When developing a steam heat exchanger or steam heat tracing system, designers must consider every element of the system before finalizing its design to avoid premature failure or under performance.
I recently attended my first Metrology conference. In speaking with attendees, I learned what a Metrologists’ pet peeve is – explaining what they do!
In the last few years it’s become increasingly common for hospitals, clinics, healthcare and life science organizations and other business to use an electronic temperature monitoring system to safeguard their products and satisfy regulatory demands.