There’s an old saying, “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” In South Carolina, one company is converting carbon bicycles damaged beyond repair into Formula One racecars. Despite carbon fibers’ tendency to shatter, the simple step of autoclaving creates the perfect material to construct a sturdy, yet ultra-lightweight, car.
Once carbon fiber bicycles shatter, they are usually are just tossed into a landfill where they will remain forever, since the material doesn’t rust or decompose. That’s when the Carbon Conversions factory in Lake City, South Carolina comes to the rescue. The company chops, crushes, and cooks the useless bicycle frames …read moreContinue reading →
At testo we always love to hear from our customers. Whether it is to report potential improvements or just to let us know how good a job we’re doing, every piece of feed back we receive is greatly appreciated.
In order to get to know our customers even better, we’re currently conducting a short market research survey. If you have a spare few minutes, please take our quick survey to give us a greater understanding and help us figure out what we can do to make our customer’s lives easier.
Click here to take our short survey and you’ll also …read moreContinue reading →
NewswireToday (newswire) – 2016/07/07 Redwood City, CA United States – Stanford University’s HighWire Press, Inc. and ReadCube are pleased to announce the completion of an agreement to offer ReadCube Connect to publications hosted on the HighWire Open Platform – HighWire.org / ReadCube.com …read moreContinue reading →
MadgeTech is headed to Omaha, Nebraska July 21-23 for the 77th American Convention of Meat Processors & Suppliers’ Exhibition at the CenturyLink Center! The convention, organized by the American Association of Meat Processors (AAMP), provides small meat or poultry producers and other food businesses with opportunities to partake in educational sessions, networking and view demonstrations of the latest products, including a showcase of MadgeTech’s cloud-ready data loggers.
Convention goers will be able to see a variety of MadgeTech’s wireless data logging devices and systems, specifically designed for meat processing applications. MadgeTech wireless data loggers measure and record …read moreContinue reading →
NewswireToday (newswire) – 2016/07/06 Shanghai, China – BASF and Xinjiang Markor Chemical Industry Co., Ltd (“Markor”) inaugurated a new PolyTHF® (polytetrahydrofuran, chemical name: polytetramethylene ether glycol) plant in Korla, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region in northwest China – Markor.com.cn / BASF.com …read moreContinue reading →
A scientist from the University of Nevada, Reno is finding ways to make meat safer by feeding the bacteria that can infect it to their natural predators. Using bacteriophages, viruses that target bacteria but are harmless to humans, Dr. Amilton de Mello has been able to reduce the presence of salmonella in ground poultry, beef, and pork up to 90 percent, scoring a tremendous victory for food safety in the meat processing business.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, Salmonella makes over a million Americans sick each year, leading to 19,000 hospitalizations and 380 deaths. Infants, the elderly, and those …read moreContinue reading →
It’s time to welcome the latest recruit in the testo flue gas family. The New testo 330i flue gas analyser is the combination of proven technology and revolutionary handling. The basis of the flue gas analyser is the measurement technology of the proven predecessor the testo 330LL, however operation of the analyser has been truly revolutionised in a number of ways.
The testo 330i is the ultimate in precision and flue gas analysis
Operation and display of the measurement values take place by Bluetooth via the free testo 330i App. Your Smartphone/tablet becomes part of the testo 330i …read moreContinue reading →