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Improve reliability and asset health with Integrity Operating Windows

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In the process industries, a leading contributor to problems with reliability and fixed equipment mechanical integrity is operating outside of the operating envelope. API Recommended Practice 584 describes an Integrity Operating Windows (IOW) program to address this issue, but IOW programs are not universal. IOW programs often require managing limits for thousands of process conditions that are used in multiple systems. This presentation will show you how a process facility can establish, monitor, and maintain integrity limits, and can use the information to guide preventive maintenance, resulting in improved reliability.

U.S. CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES: CATCHING THE CAPITAL SPENDING WAVE

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This webinar examines the current status of the US chemical industry as well as its outlook over the next several years. We will start with examination of the economic environment, with emphasis on housing, light vehicles and other important end-use markets. We will then focus on: 1) basic chemicals and synthetic materials; and 2) specialty chemicals. Our premise is that fortunes of the former segment represent a supply driven gain in output, the result of the shale gas revolution and the renewed competitiveness of the US industry. Changing energy dynamics are playing a role and we will assess competitiveness, uncertainty and the wave of announced investments. Our premise is that fortunes of the latter segment represent a demand driven gain in output, the result of the manufacturing renaissance currently underway. Of particular interest to those in process engineering and chemical company capital programs we will assess the unprecedented wave of capital spending (and capacity expansion) by segment, by asset, and by geography.

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IMPROVING FLOW OF FINE POWDERS BY AGGLOMERATION

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Agglomeration is the process of converting fine powder particles into coarser particles by the introduction of external forces. Agglomeration results in a product that has a higher bulk density, is less dusty, and has better flowability. There are two primary technologies that can be used to agglomerate fine powders: pressure and tumble growth. The choice of technology depends primarily on the binding mechanism that is more likely to result in acceptably strong agglomerates and a product with acceptable flow properties. Simple bench-scale tests can be performed prior to large-scale evaluations to determine the most suitable agglomeration process development strategy. Assigning appropriate product integrity and flowability targets should be included in the program.

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CROSSFLOW MEMBRANE FILTRATION

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As chemical engineering unit operations go, crossflow membrane filtration is relatively new, but growth has been remarkably fast. The first commercial applications date back to the late 1960s, and today the technology is widely used in a diverse range of applications. This growth has been facilitated by development of increasingly sophisticated polymeric and inorganic membranes, allowing their use in applications involving harsh chemicals, high temperatures, and other challenging conditions. In many cases the advantages of crossflow membrane filtration, including high yield, no need for processing aids such as filter aid, and no moving parts other than pumps, have motivated replacement of traditional technologies such as precoat filtration, centrifugation and others.

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COMMON HEAT TRANSFER FLUID SYSTEM PROBLEMS: PREVENTION AND CORRECTION

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Heat transfer fluid systems have a reputation for running safely and reliably in the background, as is the expectation for a critical utility. Their operation should be as reliable as brightening the room with the flick of a light switch. But, in order to provide reliability, the proper design, installation, and maintenance are essential prerequisites. Whether due to faults in design or construction, maintenance or operations, sometimes conditions change and problems develop. Some of the more common occurrences of heat transfer fluid system problems are explored to season the participants with the experiences of others, so that they might avoid first-hand troubles of their own.

OPTIMIZED TANK CLEANING ELEVATES THE BOTTOM LINE

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By focusing on the pain points our customers have reported, which include: production loss due to downtime, operating costs, waste, regulations, cross contamination concerns, and safety – we will explain how automated tank cleaning devices will reduce those pains and deliver an efficient and effective cleaning process. Manufacturing companies will yield results that have a positive impact on their bottom line.

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