All Technology articles – Page 8

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    RegO: Working with customers to develop new solutions

    2020-07-01T05:00:00Z

    Created by combining the two words “regulator” and “oxygen” in 1920 when it split off from a Chicago-based soda fountain manufacturing company, RegO now stands as a global manufacturer of specialty valve and control parts.   

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    Valves: the overlooked component of a cylinder

    2020-07-01T05:00:00Z

    Valves are one of the most purchased components in the gas industry – and one of the most overlooked.

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    A great deal has changed

    2020-07-01T05:00:00Z

    Jim Appledorn could not mark his retirement after 43 years with Lincoln Electric as he wished due to the global coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, so had to make do with a virtual send-off.

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    Fully automated manifolds for a continuous gas flow

    2020-07-01T05:00:00Z

    Gas control manifolds are key products for many involved in the gases industry. The concept of a manifold has been around in the welding, gases and hardgoods industry for a number of years, but as markets develop, companies have kept up with the trends.

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    Gas analysis and space exploration

    2020-07-01T05:00:00Z

    Over the next decade, NASA’s Artemis program will lay the foundations for a sustained long-term presence on the Moon’s surface.

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    AI, Machine Learning, and the future of the gas industry

    2020-07-01T05:00:00Z

    There are those who think Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its subset of technologies called Machine Learning (ML), are simply new ways to do the old things. There are others who think AI, especially Machine Learning, are much more than that and represent a new way to solve new problems. I ...

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    The impact of Covid-19 on distributors’ use of technology

    2020-07-01T05:00:00Z

    As this is being written, Covid-19 has accounted for nearly 120,000 deaths nationally. As we sift through the on-going wake of the disease, few things are understood clearly enough to plan for business beyond the various stages and phases through which states are hop-scotching their citizens.

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    Using Covid-19 to improve cylinder management

    2020-07-01T05:00:00Z

    As I write this in early June 2020, the world is still reeling from coronavirus (Covid-19), but with the initial economic shock behind us, companies are finding ways to work in the new normal. Below are some observations of how companies are using technology to both weather the crisis and ...

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    10 minutes with… Bob Luhrs

    2020-07-01T05:00:00Z

    Take 10 minutes out with Bob Luhrs, President of Salof Limited, as he discusses recent developments to products, the impact of coronavirus and what’s driving the CO2 business.

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    DVP Vacuum Technology introduces new pump line

    2020-06-30T16:04:00Z

    Vacuum technology specialist DVP Vacuum Technology has today introduced four new oil-free rotary vane vacuum pumps.

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    NASA plans for more SLS rocket boosters

    2020-06-30T09:55:00Z

    NASA has taken the next steps toward building Space Launch System (SLS) solid rocket boosters to support as many as six additional flights, for a total of up to nine Artemis missions.

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    Midwest AgEnergy CCS project receives $3.4m

    2020-06-30T08:36:00Z

    Midwest AgEnergy Group, the parent company of ethanol biorefinery Blue Flint, has received a $3.4m grant from the North Dakota Industrial Commission to help progress its carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.

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    World first project to transport LCO2 extracted using CCS

    2020-06-30T07:29:00Z

    Swedish city Gothenburg could be the first in the world to create a joint infrastructure for the transport of liquefied carbon dioxide extracted using CCS technology.

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    MoU signed for Austrian carbon capture plant

    2020-06-29T10:31:00Z

    Lafarge Zementwerke, a member of LafargeHolcim Group, OMV, Verbund and Borealis have co-signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the joint planning and construction of carbon capture and utilisation plant in Austria.

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    Pfeiffer Vacuum launches new gas analysers

    2020-06-29T09:47:00Z

    German vacuum pumps manufacturer Pfeiffer Vacuum has launched its two newest gas analysers, the OmniStar® and the ThermoStar®.

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    Wise Telemetry unveils Elite Series 2.0 system

    2020-06-29T07:25:00Z

    Wise Telemetry has introduced the next generation of its Elite Series telemetry platform, called the Elite 2.0.

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    Carburos Metálicos drives digitisation with new initiatives amid Covid-19

    2020-06-25T11:09:00Z

    During the Covid-19 crisis, Carburos Metálicos, part of the Air Products Group, has used augmented reality glasses to remotely support hospital infrastructure projects.

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    AMETEK MOCON launches new analyser

    2020-06-25T09:38:00Z

    Headspace analyser manufacturer AMETEK MOCON has today introduced a new portable headspace gas analyser, providing a quality control solution for specific food applications.

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    Federal Labour supports CCS

    2020-06-25T08:49:00Z

    CO2CRC has welcomed the Federal Labour’s support for carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a key technology for reducing Australia’s carbon emissions while maintaining economic prosperity.

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    WHO warns of global oxygen concentrator shortage

    2020-06-25T07:37:00Z

    With roughly one million new cases of coronavirus (Covid-19) being reported around the globe every week, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned hospitals are facing a shortage of oxygen concentrators.