Material Processing

Impeller / Propeller / Turbine - Agitators / Mixers

Microfluidics to Showcase M-110p Microfluidizer® Processor at Interphex 2008

For More Information, Visit Booth #1618 Newton, Mass. - Microfluidics will showcase its portable M-110P Microfluidizer® processor, a bench top lab machine that requires no compressed air or cooling water for hydraulics, at the Interphex 2008 Conference and Exhibition from March 26-28 in Philadelphia, PA. Designed to operate reliably, quietly and efficiently at up to 30,000 psi process...

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Miscellaneous Processors

Reference Platform optimizes PHS base station processing.

Reference platform for next-generation Personal Handy-phone System (PHS) base station equipment consists of MPC8548 PowerQUICC(TM) communications processor and programmable multi-core MSC8144 DSP. Solution provides flexible baseband processing for control and physical layers. Based on StarCore® DSP technology, MSC8144 DSP embeds 4 multiple-issue 1 GHz StarCore® DSP cores and...

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Miscellaneous Processors

Grandstream Selects Infineon's VINETIC Voice-over-IP Solution for Superior Voice Quality in Next-Generation VoIP Gateway

VON 2007 Boston, MA - October 31, 2007 - Infineon Technologies AG (FSE/ NYSE: IFX) today announced that Grandstream Networks Inc. has selected Infineon's advanced VINETIC® VoIP processor and other customer premise equipment (CPE) ICs to power its next-generation GXW400x series of multi-port analog FXS gateway. Grandstream chose Infineon's broad product portfolio to design a cost-effective...

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Turbines

GE, Bechtel to Collaborate on New Polygeneration Facility

Proposed TransCanada Project in Saskatchewan to Feature CO2 Recovery ATLANTA, GEORGIA and HOUSTON, TEXAS - October 9, 2007 : - GE Energy and Bechtel Overseas Power Corp. have signed a project development agreement with TransCanada Corporation of Calgary to develop the first polygeneration facility in Canada with the ability to use petroleum coke and incorporate carbon capture and storage. The...

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Water Treatment Equipment

Siemens Cooperates with inge AG in Membrane Technology

Siemens Water Technologies, a Division of the Siemens Industrial Solutions and Services Group (I&S), and inge AG in Greifenberg, Germany have entered into a cooperation agreement to supply and distribute ultrafilter membrane modules. Siemens will have exclusive rights to distribute the patented water treatment modules of inge AG in the Americas, in Australia, New Zealand and in the United...

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Water Filters

Siemens to Provide a Membrane Bioreactor System for Gippsland Water Factory in Australia

Siemens Water Technologies has been awarded a 2.6 million euro (4.26M AUD; 3.6M USD) contract by the Gippsland Water Factory Alliance (GWFA). Siemens will supply membranes and associated core system components for a membrane bioreactor (MBR) system as part of the new water factory project in the Gippsland region of Victoria, Australia. The MBR will treat up to 35 million liters per day (MLD) of...

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Insulation

Dow Announces New Technology for STYROFOAM(TM) Insulation

Proprietary Foaming Agent Eliminates Ozone-Depleting Compounds and Cuts Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Half Midland, MI - December 05, 2007 Dow Building Solutions announced today that it has developed a next-generation foaming agent technology that will allow it to manufacture STYROFOAM(TM) R5/inch insulation with a zero ozone-depletion factor and cut its greenhouse gas emissions in half for North...

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Sorters

Walker Cranberry Installs Optyx® with Raptor to Assure the Finest Product Quality

November 08, 2007 - Walker Cranberry is a family-owned grower and processor of fresh cranberries with 72 acres under cultivation in Wisconsin. Going to market under the Ocean Spray® brand, Walker takes great care to assure the high quality and safety of its product. Walker installed Key Technology's Optyx® 3000 Series Sorter with Raptor Laser Technology to maximize the removal of defects...

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Drafting Services

Exelon Nuclear Selects GE Hitachi's ESBWR

WILMINGTON, N.C. - November 12, 2007 : Illinois-based Exelon Nuclear, the nation's largest nuclear utility, has announced it will use GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy's (GEH) next-generation ESBWR reactor design if the company decides to build a new nuclear power plant in Texas. Exelon Nuclear is studying locations in Matagorda and Victoria counties in Texas as potential reactor sites to help address...

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Reactors

Exelon, Entergy Sign Letters of Intent with GE-Hitachi for Uranium Laser Enrichment Services

WILMINGTON, N.C. - October 3, 2007 : - Exelon and Entergy, two of the United States' largest nuclear utilities, have signed non-binding letters of intent to contract for uranium enrichment services from GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH), which is working to develop its next-generation, Global Laser Enrichment (GLE) technology to produce enriched uranium for fuel used in commercial nuclear reactors....

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