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July 15, 2008
A Low Parts Count Makes this CO 2 Monitor Economical Boasting an in-house design and accurate CO 2 detection between 0 – 10,000 ppm, the ZG106A-M has a uniquely low parts count, making it an economically competitive option for determining indoor air quality, safety, and other monitoring criteria. The device comes standard with a data logger, a CO 2 level alarm, and an extreme level indicator. —...
April 7, 2008
Pinti Wang, President and CEO of GTC Technology (Houston, Tex.; www.gtchouston.com) today announced that GTC has been awarded its 20th license for its state-of-the-art GT-BTX extractive-distillation technology. This technology will be used by Chinese Petroleum Corp. (CPC; Taiwan) as part of their No. 6 Naphtha Cracker and No. 7 BTX Project in Lin Yuan, Taiwan. Lummus Technology was...
February 1, 2007
With about 500 exhibitors from 25 countries expected, and attracting around 20,000 visitors, Achemasia 2007 - the 7th International Exhibition-Congress on Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (May 14–18; Beijing, China) - is projected to continue to be China's and the Asian region's key event for the chemical process industries (CPI). Achemasia 2007 provides the ideal setting for the...
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