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Multiwave 5000: The user-friendly microwave system

Multiwave 5000 is Anton Paar’s new microwave platform system....

The new smart selection tool for EICA technicians

Integrating a pump into a BUS system in the...

Award winning AdBlue standalone pump unit is coming to...

The Customer Operated Self-Service Units (COSSU) manufactured by Brenntag...

Tomlinson Hall Awards Long Serving Staff

The region’s largest pump distributor and one of the few remaining British pump manufacturers – Tomlinson Hall – has paid recognition to its long-serving...

Grundfos Optimisation Services – Which assessment is right for...

Pumps are at the heart of your facilities. Day in and day out, pumps make your business run. But they come at a price....

Hydrogen-powered distillery

First-ever gin distillery to use hydrogen from renewables to produce environmentally friendly gin. An environmentally friendly gin distillery could use hydrogen power to produce sustainable...

Greenhouse gas to liquid fuel

Lab’s ‘green’ invention reduces carbon dioxide into valuable fuels A common greenhouse gas could be repurposed in an efficient and environmentally friendly way with an...

Scientia Fellowship allows Rona to show her true colours

Dr Rona Chandrawati’s work on colourimetric nanosensors aims to make testing for chemical compounds in food, health and the environment cheap, scalable and accessible. With...

More speed, more flexibility, more expertise, more reliability

Labtex supplies leading laboratory products including HUBER liquid temperature control systems, DIEHM glass reaction systems to 100 litres, PREMEX and JUCCHEIM high pressure reactors,...

Mitigating risk

In this issue, we speak to Karl Jones of OAMPS Hazardous Industries, a specialist commercial insurance broker founded in 1986. Hazardous industries are their...

The arrival of the new era

Chemical Industry Journal met with Dr Maura Jolliffe, Commercial Director for Material Science and Specialty Chemicals at Brenntag UK & Ireland, to discuss the...

communication is key to industry wide success in managing risks

What key areas of risk do you help your clients to manage? We specialise in understanding complicated risk, and in particular that from major accident...

nobel prize winner talks to us

Dr Frances Arnold, the American chemist and engineer, who won the 2018 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and the 2016 Millennium Technology Prize for her...

Process safety leadership in focus

In this issue of the Chemical Industry Journal, we speak to Andy Stanley, Managing Director and founding partner of RAS, a specialist risk management...

No-deal repercussions

“No-deal would be catastrophic,” so said Dr Dani Loughran on a recent edition of Question Time, when speaking of the impact of leaving the...

Greenhouse gas to liquid fuel

Lab’s ‘green’ invention reduces carbon dioxide into valuable fuels A...

New mineral discovered

Discovery of unusual new mineral called goldschmidtite poses curious...

ICIS Top 100 Chemical Companies

ICIS has announced its annual ICIS Top 100 Chemical...

Global pigments business acquisition

BASF and the fine chemical company DIC have reached an agreement on the acquisition of BASF’s global pigments business. The purchase price on a...

NEXT-GEN LITHIUM BATTERIES

A new partnership between Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, and Japanese specialist chemical manufacturer, Piotrek, will see Australian-developed battery technologies commercialised globally within the...

INEOS to invest $2bn in Saudi Arabia

INEOS signs agreement with Saudi Aramco and Total to build its first ever plants in the Middle East. The three world-scale plants will produce the...

Upcycling process brings new life to old jeans

A growing population, rising standards of living and quickly changing fashions send mountains of clothing waste to the world’s landfills each year. Although processes...

Powerful new laser to boost car manufacturing

With the ability to cut and shape ultra-high-strength boron steel up to one thousand times faster than existing technology, a new precision pulse laser...

Sustainable steam cuts CO2 emissions

Nouryon and other firms based at Chemical Park Delfzijl in the Netherlands will save up to 100,000 tons of CO2 emissions per year through...