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    Wärtsilä to deliver emissions abatement technology


    Global technology group Wärtsilä will provide its Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Recovery System, together with an LNG Fuel Gas Supply System, for two new 124,000 DWT shuttle tankers.

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    $500,000 for North Dakota CCS project


    The North Dakota Industrial Commission has awarded $500,000 in Renewable Energy Programme to the Energy Environmental Research Centre for the development of North Dakota’s ethanol and carbon capture and storage (CCS) facility.

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    New sensors for ammonia gas detection


    Ammonia gas is classed as a toxic gas under COSHH regulations and therefore you will require an ammonia gas detection system to monitor the atmosphere to comply with COSHH. However, one of the main downfalls of current ammonia gas sensors is that they don’t really fit the bill, especially for ...

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    Yokogawa technology arrives at the ISS


    Yokogawa Electric Corporation technology set to be used in life science experiments has arrived at the International Space Station (ISS).

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    Two new turbomolecular pump sizes from Leybold


    Vacuum specialist Leybold has expanded its TURBOVAC i/iX series - 90, 250, 350 and 450 - by the sizes 850 i/iX and 950 i/iX to six models. The two new turbomolecular pump variants are characterized by extended, trouble-free operation, longer system life and lower operating costs.

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    Cytiva launches cryogenic shipment system


    Cytiva, formerly part of GE Healthcare Life Sciences, has launched the first liquid nitrogen-free cryogenic shipment system designed and optimised for the shipment of cellular therapies and cryopreserved apheresis.

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    Studies underway for the correlation of FeNO and Covid-19


    Technology from medical device manufacturer Bedfont Scientific is being used in a novel study to see if nitric oxide (FeNO) levels are affected by Covid-19.

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    Sulzer invests in Tamturbo


    Swiss industrial engineering and manufacturing firm Sulzer has made an investment to acquire 25% of Tamturbo, a technology company that develops and manufactures oil-free industrial air compressor systems.

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    Witt launches new gas non-return valves


    Gas technology manufacturer Witt has launched a new generation of gas non-return valves that enables plant engineers to build smaller and more efficient systems.

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    Swagelok introduces new ball valve


    Fluid systems solutions manufacturer Swagelok has launched a new full-bore, bidirectional flow capable Swagelok® GB series ball valve.

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    Clariant’s catalyst delivers excellent performance at hydrogen unit


    Clariant and Shanghai Huaxi’s joint project to enhance the hydrogen production unit of Zhejiang Baling Hengyi Caprolactam Co (BHCC) in Zhejiang, China is off to a successful start.

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    Scientists develop paper-based sensors for carbon dioxide


    According to new research by University of Alberta physicists, a sensitive carbon dioxide detector can be made out of a simple piece of paper.

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    US manufacturers selected to make NASA Ventilator


    After receiving more than 100 applications, NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in Southern California has selected eight US manufacturers to make a new ventilator tailored for coronavirus (Covid-19) patients.

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    Valcor Engineering offers custom regulators


    Valcor Engineering Corporation, a manufacturer of custom precision fluid controls, motion controls, and turnkey systems for a variety of industries, is now offering custom parallel pressure regulators.

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    SpaceX NASA Mission: Astronauts reach ISS


    On Saturday, for the first time in history, NASA astronauts launched from American soil aboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft, marking the first commercial crew flight for NASA.

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    Plant mechanisation


    Linde Europe North is close to finishing a 15-year journey to complete automation which has seen the Swedish industrial gases company not only automate its filling and cylinder handling, but also redesign its whole supply chain for the packaged gas business. Heavily driving an innovation and digitisation agenda, the company ...

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    GCE’s global collaborative response to Covid-19


    As global preparations for the coronavirus (Covid-19) response reached their peak, concerns began to emerge over the ability of existing liquid oxygen system’s ability to vaporize and supply sufficient oxygen to fulfil exponentially increasing demand.

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    BelGAS launches new regulator


    BelGAS® has developed a new P1098 High-Capacity Pressure Reducing Regulator, a large-volume regulator for natural gas, propane and other fuels serving the industrial or commercial markets.

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    AT&T to deliver global network for Linde


    AT T’s long-standing contract to provide Linde’s global communications network has been extended by five years to support the industrial gas giant’s transition towards the new digital ecosystem.

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    First World Biogas eFestival a success


    The World Biogas eFestival, organised last week by the World Biogas Association (WBA) to maintain the international dialogue amid global Covid-19 lockdowns, proved to be a great success with more than 300 participants joining the four-day online event from 48 countries around the world.