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  • Framergy purifies methane from natural gas streams using MOFs and Coriolis mass flow meters

    Framergy purifies methane from natural gas streams using MOFs and Coriolis mass flow meters Metal organic frameworks (MOFs) are a novel class of nanomaterials which are highly effective as a solid adsorbent and utilize their unique “cage-like” structure to trap molecules. Because of these properties, MOFs have been studied for numerous fluid storage, separation, and […]

  • Biosphere 2
    Biosphere 2 studies the impacts of drought on tropical rainforests using flow measurement

    Biosphere 2 studies the impacts of drought on tropical rainforests using flow measurement As the Earth’s climate changes, scientists expect that a hotter, drier world will have severe impacts on global ecosystems, with many areas subjected to increased water stress and/or drought. However, it is difficult to forecast the specific impact climate change will have […]

  • Calibrating in-field PM air samplers with the FP-25

    Calibrating in-field PM air samplers with the FP-25 Flow measurement is critical to air monitoring processes, and quality data requires consistent airflow with minimal fluctuations. This is easy to achieve inside a lab where temperature, air pressure, and humidity are all carefully controlled. Of course, most environmental air monitoring takes place outside, where the instruments […]

  • How tough is an Alicat?

    Many processes require corrosive gases like ammonia or sulfur dioxide that cause damage to the instrument. These Alicats are built to withstand tough process conditions; configured to thrive in harsh ambient conditions.