Analytical Instruments News

  1. Endress+Hauser Installs High Pressure Test Rig In Greenwood, Indiana

    Endress+Hauser invested nearly $1M in a state of the art pressure test rig at its U.S. headquarters in Greenwood, Indiana. The rig allows it to test complete instrument assemblies to customer specifications, and provides a 100% test indicating a specific instrument can withstand the design process pressure, up to 15,000 psi.

  2. Microbiome Study On Biogas Anaerobic Digester Performance Aims To Change The Game

    Microbe Detectives LLC announced recently a microbiome study aimed at creating new insights on how to improve biogas anaerobic digester performance, based on data collected this spring from 50 biogas/digester systems.

  3. EPA Launches Technology Challenge For An Advanced Septic System Nitrogen Sensor

    Recently, the U.S. EPA and its partners launched a technology challenge for an Advanced Septic System Nitrogen Sensor. The total award pool for this phase is $55,000.

  4. EBS And Microbe Detectives Partner To Improve Wastewater Performance In Food, Chemical, Paper And Petroleum Industries

    Environmental Business Specialists, LLC (EBS), a Louisiana-based independent wastewater consulting and training company, and Microbe Detectives LLC, a Wisconsin-based pioneer in metagenomic services, recently announced a multi-year partnership.

  5. New ASTM International Standard Helps Measure Nitrogen In Water

    A new ASTM International standard will help calculate the amount of nitrogen in water samples in a more efficient way.

  6. Bureau Of Reclamation Launches Two Prize Challenges Seeking Solutions To Expand Usable Water Supplies

    The Bureau of Reclamation is launching two new prize challenges, Arsenic Sensor Challenge and More Water, Less Concentrate. This is the first stage for each challenge. Subsequent stages with larger prize purses are planned for testing and demonstrating the most promising technologies.

  7. Water: Finding The Normal Within The Weird

    Water has many unusual properties, such as its solid form, ice, being able to float in liquid water, and they get weirder below its freezing point. Supercooled water — below freezing but still a liquid — is notoriously difficult to study.

  8. New Model For Estimating The Concentration Of Natural Estrogens In Wastewater Developed By Ben-Gurion University Of The Negev Researchers

    A simple model for evaluating natural estrogen concentrations in raw sewage was developed by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers to help predict how natural estrogen levels change during waste water treatment.

  9. River Bend Labs And Microbe Detectives Partner To Eliminate Guesswork In Industrial Wastewater Systems

    River Bend Labs, a Missouri-based biotech troubleshooting, optimization and nutrient products company, and Microbe Detectives LLC, a Wisconsin-based pioneer in metagenomic services, recently announced a multi-year partnership.

  10. Endress+Hauser Updates Memograph M RSG45 Data Manager With EtherNet/IP

    Endress+Hauser adds EtherNet/IP capability to the Memograph M RSG45 Data Manager. The RSG45, a data acquisition system for small process control applications, now provides a cost effective way to integrate legacy 4-20mA, RTD, thermocouple and HART-based instruments into a modern control system.