CPT valves from Flowserve Corp., Dallas (flowserve.com), control steam pressure or pH levels, operate in cryogenic conditions and temperatures up to 1,000°F, and also meet EPA and OSHA standards for handling toxic chemicals.
A line of compact piston air motors offers low-speed rotation and high torque, without a gearbox.
Paul Weimer of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Weimer hopes to get the lumber industry interested in replacing half of the phenol formaldehyde (PF), a petroleum-based adhesive now used to make plywood, with a biomass-based adhesive.
A blade developed by researchers at Sandia National Laboratories should make wind turbines more efficient at low-wind speeds.
Balanced on his small kiteboard, Swedish kitesurfing champion Christian Dittrich brings his audience to its feet when he pilots his way into the power zone.
Since the discovery of the fuel cell in 1838 by German Scientist Christian Friedrich Schönbein, the principle of it has come a long way.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers are developing a half-sized gasoline engine that performs like its full-sized counterpart but offers fuel efficiency approaching that of today's hybrid engine system — at a far lower cost.
Companies that need uninterruptible power sources (UPS) often rely on battery-based systems.