Friday, 18 April 2014

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Climate change - why bother?

John McKenna, Editor

 INEOS Seal Sands2

​Chemical industry “optimistic”

Optimism remains high in the UK chemical industry, according to a recent survey by the Chemical Industries Association (CIA).

Pilz safety relays receive nuclear approval

​Areva team wins key Sellafield project

Sellafield selects Areva, Mace and Atkins JV to build £1.4bn waste storage plant.

EFSA food safety group headquarters

Food safety group calls on scientists

European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is asking high-calibre scientists to join its team of risk assessment experts.

Aveva introduces virtual plant

Aveva introduces virtual plant

Industrial gaming software targets operator safety and efficiency.

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Vega pressure transmitters

Pressure transmitters

Vega has re-engineered its VEGABAR pressure transmitter family and simplified it to three model ranges - meaning it is now easier for the user to choose an instrument.

Fluke calibration tools

Temperature calibrators

Fluke has introduced two new high-accuracy temperature calibrators plus the Fluke 750P series of pressure calibration modules.


Refrigerant air dryer deal

Air treatment specialist Hi-line Industries has a product promotional offer during May 2014 for any of its Tundra model refrigerant air dryers purchased during that month.

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Carbon sponge

Climate change – why bother?

By John McKenna

Does a renewed focus on adapting to climate change mean we should give up on trying to prevent it?

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Lalicia Potter

Picking a winner

Which technique is better – discrete or continuous flow analysis? Lalicia Potter of Seal Analytical says the answer very much depends on the purpose for which the technique is being used.

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Biting the bullet

Biting the bullet

By Louisa Hearn

Migrating to a new control system is no longer a choice for many, writes Louisa Hearn.

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Sir Ian Wood

Working together for a better future

By Patrick Raleigh

Following Sir Ian Wood’s report on the future of UK oil & gas, industry collaboration in the North Sea has been pushed to the top of government priorities for the sector.

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Show me the bone

Show me the bone

New X-Ray systems boost quality control capabilities at a meat production facility in Belgium.

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Analytica 2014: The challenges of foodstuff analysis Video

Every year, there are no less than 400,000 samples examined by official food inspection bodies. This helps to grow consumers’ confidence in the safety of our foodstuff.

R. Stahl remote I/O-modules IS1+ Video

The European Offshore & Energy exhibition and conference brings together the upstream energy market under one roof; providing visitors with the perfect opportunity to gather information about the industry’s latest product innovations, solutions and services.



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