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One-stage Filtration for Silicone Production

Presented here is a fast and flexible solution that removes solids, traces of water and gel in a single operation, therefore significantly reducing the time it takes to perform the process during silicone production Reliable silicone manufacturing operations depend on…

Connecting Research and Production Data to Deliver Chemical Innovation

Enhancing data management using LIMS software provides enhanced product-development opportunities Accurate and efficient data management is key to productive and collaborative working practices, yet recording, storing and analyzing large quantities of laboratory data can be challenging. With many laboratories using…

Leveraging Time-Series Data to Empower Process Experts

Using new analytics technologies to address process challenges and improve production makes business sense Chemical manufacturers are continuously challenged to achieve operational excellence. Many factors are involved with reaching this goal. However, one crucial path forward is being able to…

Safe, Efficient Industrial Lighting

Good lighting at CPI plants is important to prevent accidents. Improved safety can be achieved with LEDs, which are also more efficient and economical than alternatives   The chemical industry has long been plagued with safety challenges that make it…

Modernizing the Process Optimization Toolset

Chemical manufacturers are using advanced analytics solutions to transform the way their employees solve data-intensive optimization problems The traditional approach to process-data analysis for optimization has been on-premises process data historian integration with a Microsoft Excel add-in. This methodology requires…

A Mixer Makes a Better Sunscreen

Changing from a conventional mixer to an ultra-high-shear mixer led to improved dispersions, increased production capacities, and reduced electricity and labor costs As the days get sunnier, people will be looking to sunscreens to protect their skin from the harmful…