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This global provider of pressure relief valves for the petroleum, power, nuclear and process industries has streamlined workflows by providing desktop access to electronic versions of ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code information – saving a month of review time and freeing engineers for higher-value work.Learn more about our client’s successes
Based in Tokyo, this pneumatic industry pioneer continues to innovate by redefining its development process to deliver winning products that achieve their goals – e.g. the IMACT-V valves allow a typical manufacturing plant to use 50% less compressed air and reduce electric power consumption by 10% or more.Learn more about our client’s successes
This Japanese leader in temperature control technologies set out to improve productivity and meet customer needs by downsizing new air conditioning equipment by 50%, creating value for users of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, cutting power consumption by two thirds and reducing assembly time by 15%.Learn more about our client’s successes
With a decades-long commitment to developing eco-friendly solutions, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of industrial cleaning products overhauled its existing dispensers for greater dilution accuracy, reducing end-users costs by as much as 80% over traditional dispensing systems – offering the manufacturer a tremendous competitive advantage.
Objective: Record audio (possibly with video, I don't know yet), in an enclosure where there is a vessel operating at up to 100 °C, but the average temperature of air around this vessel might be 35-40 °C maximum. Record only the time shortly before the "event", (popping sound, thud, damped
By 1938, Packard had been out of the truck manufacturing business for 15 years, but a brief collaboration with the General Fire Truck Corporation of Detroit, Michigan, saw Packard supply four 1937-’38 chassis for conversion into fire trucks. Reportedly, just one was built on the Super Eight pl
Hello everybody . I am trying to find a method , best method to contain the heat losses from a solenoid . I am using the solenoid as a electromagnet so as I can create north and south pole . I need to create a magnetic field of 750 T. Number of turns 100. Current is 3 A. Length is 10 cm. Now the coi