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Product inspection: guides to regulatory compliance 05/06/2015
A series of free-to-download product inspection guides, published by METTLER TOLEDO, provide useful information to help engineers understand and maintain compliance with regulatory standards and ensure product safety. Full Story...

OPC Foundation to release analyser devices integration draft specification 22/10/2008
OPC Foundation members representing process analytical technology (PAT) and laboratory industries are extending OPC UA capabilities to enable multivendor interoperability for analyser devices. Progress has been made on the goals of a common method for data exchange, and a data model for process and laboratory analysers. OPC Foundation says it will release the OPC Analyser Devices Integration (ADI) draft specification for review in December 2008. Full Story...

Tutorial: Conductivity sensors 20/02/2008
There are three liquid characteristics that are often thought of together, although they are different and use different sensor technology. Conductivity, ORP, and pH all have to do with specific chemical characteristics, but measuring each in a process stream requires its own approach. Control Engineering explains... Full Story...

Improving Processes with Predictive/Preventative Maintenance of Weighing Equipment 01/02/2007
It is a common mistake to wait until something breaks down before you fix it, and this is often the situation in industry. Time and perceived expense are the most common factors that condition us this way, but in the long run it can save time and costs to prevent rather than cure. Maintenance managers have to juggle resources to deal with emergency repairs and find it difficult to implement a preventative maintenance (PM) programme. But an effective PM programme can limit emergencies. Full Story...