All Technology articles – Page 9

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    MOFs and a framework for growth


    Did you know that metal-organic frameworks, MOFs for short, have the largest surface area of any materials known? Just one gram of MOFs can offer a surface area of about 10,000m2. To put that into perspective, if you laid out the available surface area in a teaspoon of this material, ...

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    In conversation with… DNV GL


    “The challenge with hydrogen is not the ambition level but more about changing the timeline from being a prospect in the long-term future to something we can do today.”

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    Luxfer technology played vital role in the Chilean miner rescue


    Technology from gas cylinder manufacturer Luxfer played a vital role in an effort to rescue miners trapped 2,300 feet below ground in northern Chile.

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    Witt launches ‘Smart World’ software


    Witt-Gasetechnik has released new software called ‘Smart World’ which uses the OPC-UA interface to bring different systems together.

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    ASCO launches i-Series product line


    ASCO Carbon Dioxide has launched a new digital product line offering customers a wide range of services in the areas of remote access, remote data and remote management for dry ice plants of the i-Series line.

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    Keppel says its FLNG conversion solution achieves 33% GHG emission savings


    Singapore-based Keppel Offshore Marine says converting an old LNG carrier into a floating LNG producer saves approximately 33% of greenhouse gas emissions compared to building a new floating liquefaction vessel (FLNG).

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    U of L’s astrophysicists receive $250,000 grant to further space exploration


    Astrophysicists at the University of Lethbridge will develop a state-of-the-art cryogenic test facility to evaluate the performance of instruments destine for space exploration.

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    Medical facilities in Donetsk Oblast receive vital oxygen equipment


    Eighteen hospitals in Donetsk Oblast have received oxygen equipment that will help improve the health of severely ill patients, including those with Covid-19.

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    1PointFive launched to deploy DAC technology


    Oxy Low Carbon Ventures, a subsidiary of Occidental, and Rusheen Capital Management, a private equity firm, have formed a development company to finance and deploy Carbon Engineering’s large-scale direct air capture (DAC) technology.

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    $13.5m for direct air capture research


    The US Department of Energy (DOE) is awarding $13.5m to three national laboratory-led research projects aimed at achieving breakthroughs in the capture of carbon dioxide directly from ambient air.

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    CCSA applauds Government support for CCUS


    The Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA), a trade body for the Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) industry in the UK, has welcomed the Government’s publication of its response to the CCUS Business Models consultation.

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    Exclusive: An interview with Bauer Compressors


    Grown out of a family home in Munich, Germany, Bauer Compressors Inc. has experienced a whirlwind of a journey to end up with a US base and over 75 years of experience in manufacturing reliable and durable arrays of high-pressure compressors.

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    ABB exclusive: Bandwidth across sectors and geographies


    In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Division President Sabine Busse and her team at ABB Measurement Analytics have needed to work across their available bandwidth to find additional opportunities for growth. gas world spoke with Busse to discuss the lessons learned.

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    Miller launches new innovation


    Miller Electric, a global manufacturer of Miller® brand arc welding equipment, has released Wireless Interface Control as an option on Trailblazer® and Big Blue ® welder/generators.

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    Computers Unlimited moves event online


    Computers Unlimited, US-based developers of TIMS Software for the gas and welding distributor, will hold its Annual Users Group Conference as a virtual event this September due to coronavirus (Covid-19).

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    Giga Metals provides carbon sequestration study update


    Giga Metals has provided an update for its carbon sequestration research programme, being carried out in conjunction with Dr. Greg Dipple of the University of British Columbia.

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    EPRI and GTI launch low carbon energy technologies initiative


    The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) and Gas Technology Institute (GTI) have launched a five-year initiative to accelerate the development and demonstration of low-carbon energy technologies.

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    Peak Scientific introduces new technology


    Peak Scientific has today introduced its latest nitrogen gas generator innovations with the launch of a new suite of products engineered to support SCIEX’s newly released mass spectrometry platforms.

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    Pfeiffer Vacuum launches next generation gas analysers


    Pfeiffer Vacuum has introduced two compact, portable benchtop analysers for analysing gases at atmospheric pressure.

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    Air Products tests shelf life of reduced CO2 MAP


    Research conducted by Air Products has shown that the amount of carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) used in Modified Atmosphere Packaging (MAP) can be reduced to as low as 20% while still maintaining the ability to extend the shelf life of food products.