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  • UPB tests hydrogen-diesel engine efficiency using mass flow meters

    UPB tests hydrogen-diesel engine efficiency using mass flow meters In an effort to reduce carbon emissions from the transportation sector, the European Commission is working to reduce CO2 emissions from transportation by 37.5% over the next 10 years. A promising approach is to focus on developing alternative fuels and technologies to replace greenhouse intensive ones. […]

  • Selection guide: Alicat mass flow instruments for bioprocessing

    Selection guide: Alicat mass flow instruments for bioprocessing Alicat Scientific mass flow meters and controllers are highly configurable – during our last count, we lost track at 1034 configurations. This gives our customers and partners the ability to customize their devices to meet specific application needs. For bioprocessing applications, this includes specified bioreactor mass flow […]

  • ILS Automation integrates mass flow control with industrial communication protocols into bioreactors

    ILS Automation integrates mass flow control with industrial communication protocols into bioreactors Many pharmaceutical and agricultural products, biofuels, and biochemicals are produced in a fermentation process similar to the way beer is made. Biotech and chemical research companies that make such products need to accurately control the amount of each gas that is fed into […]

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    Measuring flow at subatmospheric pressures

    Measuring flow below atmospheric pressure Measuring flow below atmospheric pressure can be challenging due to changing volumetric flow rates and pressure drop requirements. It is critical to consider operating conditions and device capabilities to ensure your flow meter gives correct readings. In this article, we will discuss the relationship between line pressure, flow rate, and […]

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    Graftel verifies sensor operation in nuclear leak monitoring equipment

    Graftel verifies sensor operation in nuclear leak monitoring equipment Founded in 1991 and headquartered in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, Graftel, LLC has emerged as the industry leader for nuclear facility leakage rate monitoring in the US. Regular monitoring both satisfies federal NRC regulations and serves as a preventative measure to help keep the working environment […]