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March 31, 2022

Nutritional Supplement Made from Glyconutrients Shown to Restore and Improve Cellular Health

Mannatech, a glyconutritional company in Texas, has patented the healthiest nutritional supplement on the market, Ambrotose AO. This nutritional supplement is created from a combination of eight essential glyconutrients, which aid in cellular communication to help prevent disease, and are easily digested into the body because the body recognizes them as food.

(PRWEB) March 31, 2022 -- Mannatech, a glyconutritional research and development company in Dallas, has patented a combination of eight essential glyconutrients that people need to maintain their health. This combination of glyconutrients has been developed into the most natural and healthy nutritional supplement on the market.

“The science behind our products has proven that health begins at the cellular level, a fact that’s rapidly gaining universal acknowledgment,” said Bert Klein, Independent Associate Executive Director. “Many people already take nutritional supplements to improve their health, but that’s not enough. The nutritional supplement industry is faced with many difficult challenges to overcome. First, the public has difficulty getting the right combination of vitamins and minerals in their nutritional supplements because they can’t tell exactly what their bodies need and it can be dangerous to use the wrong formula. Second, because the nutritional supplement is not created out of a food the body recognizes, it doesn’t dissolve easily or not at all and the active ingredient is lost. What this means is the nutritional supplement is practically useless and becomes expensive urine.”

Mannatech has created a nutritional supplement that meets both of these challenges. Research has shown that there are certain carbohydrates (sugars) that are necessary in our diets for cellular communication. (Don’t confuse them with table sugar; these are special monosaccharides). When all eight sugars, or their precursors, are provided to the body in a nutritional supplement, then the body has what it needs to communicate properly and heal and defend itself against disease.

“Health problems today are tied to the one trillion-dollar food industry,” said Klein. “Our bodies are not designed to ingest and assimilate foods that have been irradiated and devitalized. Add to that green harvest, toxins, and the fact that the meat we eat today is primarily from animals that were raised in a feedlot or in a cage, the commercial food industry is causing us to miss these very essential sugars in our diet. It’s been proven that our modern diets only contain two of the eight sugars that are necessary for this cellular communication.”

Because people only get two of the eight essential glyconutrients in their food, the Mannatech nutritional supplement Ambrotose AO, which contains all eight, will always provide what the consumer’s body needs. The glyconutrients are naturally occurring sugars, like those in food, so the body recognizes them and digests them much more effectively that other nutritional supplements.

Science Magazine, one of the most widely read science publications, devoted the majority of their March 2001 issue to the subject of Carbohydrates and Glycobiology. One article was entitled, “Saving Lives with Sugar”. Dr. Emil Mondoa, a medical doctor, recently published the book “Sugars That Heal”. He says that “even tiny amounts of these sugars, or lack of them…have profound effects.” It should also be noted that four of the last eight Nobel Prizes for Physiology and Medicine were awarded to scientists in the field of cellular communication.

To see further research on the benefits of glyconutrients in diet or nutritional supplements, go to glyconutrients, is also available for purchase at www.HealthNWellnessStore.com.

About Mannatech
Mannatech is a glyconutritional company located in Dallas, Texas with proprietary, consumable, scientifically validated health care products, manufactured to GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) standards. Currently, five Texas A&M; graduate students have earned their PhD working in Mannatech’s lab. Mannatech filed “composition of matter” patents worldwide on Ambrotose® in 1996, and numerous patents have been granted to date. A patent on Ambrotose AO™ was filed recently as well.

Ambrotose® won the Biochemistry Discovery of the Year award from the American
Naturopathic Medical Association in 1996. Mannatech is a member of the Council for Responsible Nutrition. Between 1999–2001, 54,000 papers were published on Med-Line regarding the discovery of cellular communication.

Mannatech has experienced remarkable growth in the United States, Canada, the U.K., Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, and will be opening new offices in Spring 2005 in Taiwan, Germany and Denmark. Bert Klein is looking for partners in these countries. Please contact him at toll free 1-888-825-5790.

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EHS Managers are Increasingly Appreciated by Their Organizations, Enviro.BLR.com Survey Finds

Environmental health and safety managers are perceived as doing a valuable job by their employers. The bad news is that only half of those taking part in BLR's survey report that they regularly communicate the business value of their environmental or safety activities.

Old Saybrook, CT (PRWEB) March 31, 2022 -- Environmental health and safety managers are perceived as doing a valuable job, with 75% of the 470 respondents in a Business and Legal Reports, Inc. online survey agreeing with the statement that their organizations see the value in their EHS activities. The trend is positive too, with 77% reporting that expectations for EHS have increased over the past 5 years. Full results of the survey conducted by Enviro.BLR.com – Making State Environmental Compliance Easier – may be downloaded at http://www.blr.com/80502500/PRS7

If increased EHS stature is the good news, however, the bad news is that only half of those taking part in the survey report that they regularly communicate the business value of their environmental or safety activities, or that they have a formal process for measuring EHS performance.

“The profession is growing in stature, and recognizes that it needs to manage toward business drivers,” said Clare Condon, managing editor of BLR’s environmental products. “The response to BLR’s survey shows that EHS professionals need to complete the cycle by finding out how to communicate the value of their environmental and safety activities to upper-level management,” Condon commented.

When asked to relay their biggest on-the-job headaches, 24% of the EHS managers surveyed listed paperwork and red tape, 14% referred to problems getting upper management buy-in, and 27% reported problems with employee training and compliance. Encouragingly enough, more managers say that their budgets are increasing (38%) than decreasing (20%).

To address these growing needs in an era of increased responsibilities, BLR’s Enviro.BLR.com provides regulatory activity tracking, plain-English analysis of EHS regulations, detailed training meetings, checklists and forms, and access to its team of expert attorneys and practitioners for 1-day compliance answers.

About BLR
Old Saybrook, Conn.-based BLR produces plain-English compliance and training resources for environmental, safety, HR, and compensation managers. For a free catalog, call 800-727-5257 or visit www.BLR.com.

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Research and Markets : The Essential step-by-step Guide to Polyethylene

Research and Markets (researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14673) has announced the addition of Practical Guide to Polyethylene to their offering.

Dublin (PRWEB) March 31, 2022 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14673) has announced the addition of Practical Guide to Polyethylene to their offering.


Shampoo bottles, children's toys, and even bullet-proof vests. This Practical Guide provides information about every aspect of polyethylene production and use in a reader-friendly form. It discusses the advantages and disadvantages of working with polyethylene, offering practical comment on the available types of polyethylene, properties and in-service performance, and processing.

The Practical Guide begins with general background to the polyethylene family, with price, production and market share information. It describes the basic types of polyethylene including virgin & filled polyethylene, copolymers, block and graft polymers and composites, and reviews the types of additives used in polyethylene. Polyethylenes offer a wide range of properties due to differences in structure and molecular weight, and the Practical Guide gives the low down on the properties, including, amongst others, rheological, mechanical, chemical, thermal, and electrical properties.

Design of a polymeric product for a certain application is a complex task, and this is particularly true for polyethylene with its variety of forms and available processing methods. This Practical Guide describes the processing issues and conditions for the wide range of techniques used for polyethylene, and it also considers post-processing and assembly issues. It offers guidance on product design and development issues, including materials selection.

The Practical Guide to Polyethylene is an indispensable resource for everyone working with this material

The sections cover:
1 Introduction
Provides a general introduction to the subject and gives information on price, production and market share.

2 Basic Types
Describes the basic types of PE available including filled PE, copolymers, blocka and graft polymers and composites.

3 Properties
Gives the low down on the properties of PE. This section includes: density, molecular weight and molecular weight distribution, crystallinity, thermal properties, mechanical properties, electrical properties, optical properties, surface properties, hardness and scratch resistance, abrasion resistance, friction, acoustic properties, degradation, biological behaviour, biocompatibility, wear, molecular properties, performance in service, permeability, and cross linking.

4 Additives
Lists information about the types of additives used with PE including: antioxidants, inhibitors, stabilisers, masterbatches, antistatic agents, EMI/radiofrequency shielding, antifogging agents, biocides, blowing agents, biosensitisers, coupling agents, crosslinking agents, flame retardants, fillers/reinforcements/slip and antiblocking agents, metals deactivators, nucleating agents, and pigments and colorants.

5 Rheological Behaviour
Covers rheological behaviour including molar mass effects, steady flow properties, melt flow rates/index, viscosity/shear rate, dynamic rheological properties, chain structure effects and multiphase systems/inhomogeneous products.

6 Processing of Polyethylene Describes processing of PE including, injection moulding, extrusion, blow and stretched moulding, compression moulding, sintering and coating, thermoforming/vacuum forming, rotational moulding, transfer moulding, casting, and recycling and recyclates.

7 Considerations of Product Design and Development
Covers product design and development, including: materials selection, processing techniques, film blowing thermoforming, blow moulding, rotational moulding compression moulding and injection moulding.

8 Post-Processing and Assembly
Covers post processing and assembly. This includes: joining, assembly/fabrication, machining, joints, mechanical fastening, and decorating.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14673

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Research and Markets: Everything You Need to Know About Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives in One Informative Handbook

Research and Markets (researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14716) has announced the addition of Handbook of Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives to their offering.

(PRWEB) March 31, 2022 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14716) has announced the addition of Handbook of Antiblocking, Release, and Slip Additives to their offering.


This handbook is the first ever book written on the subject of antiblocking, release, and slip additives, which are of high industrial importance. Eighteen chemical families form a core of industrial developments, which resulted in a large number of commercial products used by industry as antiblocking, release and slip additives.

These additives are used in production of materials from 44 generic families of polymers. Polymers containing antiblocking, release, and slip additives are processed by 17 groups of processing methods. The processing methods are used by at least 25 industries.

Information on use of additives in various polymers is divided into the following sections:
Types and concentrations, Effect on polymer and/or other additives, and Typical formulations.

Information on use of additives in various products is divided into the following sections:
Types and concentrations, Reasons for use, Advantages and disadvantages of additive use, Effect on product properties, and Examples of formulations.

Processing methods are discussed using the following breakdown:
Types and concentrations, Effect on process, Effect on product properties, Advantages and disadvantages of additive use, Examples of formulations.

A complete analysis of literature and patents available from the first use of these additives until now is included in the book. The book considers all essential aspects of chemistry, physical properties, influence on properties of final products, formulations, methods of incorporation, analysis, and effects on health and environment. The book contains 18 chapters, each addressing specific aspect of properties and applications of antiblocking, release, and slip agents.

The combination of the data and the comprehensive analysis of performance of these materials forms very important source of information for industry, research, academia, and legislature. These publications should be considered by any industrial, university, governmental, and public library because of widespread applications of these additives in industry and everyday life.

Topics covered in the report include:
-Generic Types
-Standard Methods of Control
-Transportation and Storage
-Mechanisms of Action
-Compatibility and Performance
-Diffusion and Migration
-Interaction with Other Components of Formulation
-Processing and Additive Performance
-Effect on Product Properties
-Use in Specific Polymers
-Use in Industrial Products
-Various Processing Methods
-Specialized Analytical Methods
-Mathematical Modelling
-Health, Safety and Environmental
-Regulations and Data
-Personal Protection

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14716

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March 29, 2022

Knowledge Management Solutions, Inc. Announces "KMx Competitive Upgrade Program for Thinq Training Server® Clients

Knowledge Management Solutions, Inc. (KMSI), a leader in Web-Based Training and E-Learning Solutions, today announced its "KMx Competitive Upgrade Program for Thinq Training Server® clients" special offer.

(PRWEB) March 29, 2022 -- KMSI is pleased to announce its "KMx Competitive Upgrade Program for Thinq Training Server® clients" special offer. This special offer lets corporations and Government agencies, that have licensed software from Thinq Learning Solutions, Inc. upgrade to KMx Enterprise at a substantial discount.

Through December 31st, 2005, organizations that have licensed software from Thinq Learning Solutions, Inc. can upgrade to KMx Enterprise and receive a 33% discount. Other competitive products may also apply. Contact KMSI's sales office at 410-859-3411 to confirm product qualification or to learn more about this special offer. Proof of licensed purchase of competing products is required. KMx Enterprise includes KMx Performance Management LMS, KMx Learning Content Management System, KMx Development, KMx Live Presentation Tools and product training. This offer represents a savings of $25,000 off of regular KMSI prices.

Explains KMSI President Jack E. Lee, "The Upgrade to KMx program was created following the announcement that Saba Software, Inc. would acquire rival Thinq Learning Solutions, Inc. KMx provides a solution for Thinq customers who are worried that the Thinq Training Server® platform will become obsolete. The program will enable Thinq Training Server® clients to move forward with their initiatives without the worries of product uncertainty, availability of software support and maintenance and the inevitable technology conflicts that arise when competitors merge."

Explains KMSI CTO Mike Binnix, “When we founded KMSI, we had a vision of what could be done to reinvigorate the learning technology marketplace. Our founding team brought over 100 years of hands-on experience with nearly all of the leading learning technology platforms and e-learning development suites. Our plan was simple; identify the major areas for improvement in both technologies and processes and use that information to create a company and a platform that could avoid all of the pitfalls that have plagued our competitors.”

KMx is an advanced distributed learning platform that is globally scalable and provides an integrated environment for developing, managing, and delivering performance support documentation and learning content. KMx enables rapid content creation and delivery by a wide range of content creators including instructional designers and subject matter experts. KMx is a Tiered Enterprise Class Web-Application built using MS .Net and MS SQL Server 2000. KMx is accessible using standard desktop applications and browser technologies and supports popular learning, content and document management technologies.

About Knowledge Management Solutions, Inc.
Knowledge Management Solutions, Inc. is a leading provider of innovative knowledge and learning management solutions for Fortune 2000 companies and Government agencies. For more information, please visit www.kmsi.us

KMx is available to all government agencies via the General Services Administration (GSA) Contract GS-35F-0461M with Velocite Systems, Inc.

Thinq Training Server ® is a registered trademark of Thinq Learning Solutions, Inc

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March 24, 2022

Health Supplement LimuPlex Featured in New York City Conference

Limuplex, an all-natural health supplement developed by NaturScience, is being featured at a health and dietary supplement conference in New York City, New York on Monday, April 18th at The Source of Life Center.

(PRWEB) March 24, 2022 -- NaturScience, the developers of the all-natural health supplement LimuPlex, is hosting a dietary conference in New York City, New York on Monday, April 18th to promote LimuPlex and raise awareness of natural health supplements.

(PRWEB) March 24, 2022 -- NaturScience, the developers of the all-natural health supplement LimuPlex, is hosting a dietary conference in New York City, New York on Monday, April 18th to promote LimuPlex and raise awareness of natural health supplements.

“Our health supplement, LimuPlex, is a whole food formula containing over 500 of the most important nutrients from both the land and the sea to aid an individual’s energy and vitality, their mental clarity, and a host of other physical maladies,” said Joe Lepore, Independent Representative of NaturScience. “We want to share the great news with everyone, and this conference is a good place to start.”

LimuPlex health supplement is derived from the Limu sea vegetable, as well as extracts from cranberries, elderberries, grape and lotus seeds, and whole colostrum to promote health throughout the body’s interdependent systems. These ingredients in turn benefit the muscular-skeletal and neurological systems of the body and promote cardiovascular, hormonal, and gastrointestinal health.

“Prior to Limuplex health supplement, being constantly on the go, I was in search for a product that would give me energy, boost up my immune system and keep me free from viruses, colds and the flu, and keep me in a happy mood all day,” said Joe Lepore. “My search finally ended when Limuplex came on the seen. I didn’t know how I was living without this product all my life but now I can’t live without it.”

Rachel Ramirez, a customer from Texas, used the LimuPlex health supplement for her digestive problems. “After months of severe digestive distress, and many visits to a GI (gastro-intestinal) specialist, plus several rounds of prescription medication, I had no relief,” said Ramirez. “I tried LimuPlex and Fleximune (another health supplement developed by NaturScience), and to everyone’s surprise, including my GI specialist, I was given a clean bill of health.”

Cliff Butterworth from Idaho suffered from severe joint pain until he began using the LimuPlex health supplement. “My doctor said I would have to learn to live with the pain in my hips, knees, and feet. After a few weeks on LimuPlex, the spring is back in my step, I feel great and I greet each day with a smile,” said Butterworth.

The health supplement and dietary conference will begin at 7pm, Monday, April 18th at The Source of Life Center in New York City, New York. For further information about the conference, please go to www.PowerInAJar.com or call toll-free at 1-877-666-4752 and leave a message. Seating is limited, so please contact Joe Lepore ahead of time to reserve a seat.

Nutritional information and a detailed list of the benefits of each ingredient are also available at NatureScience.com as well as documentation of studies and research on the LimuPlex health supplement.

About NaturScience
NaturScience is built on two basic principles: that science can unlock the secrets of nature to provide tools for optimal health, and to make a financial difference in the lives of individuals and families through their distribution partners. NaturScience is partnered with Medical Doctors Research, a 28-year-old nutritional products manufacturing company, to provide the best in health supplements to the public.

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World Financial News Network Favors Aztec Mining that Develops Precious Minerals

Summary: Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp of World Financial News Network gives favorable analysis to Aztec Mining that develops precious minerals in gold and silver.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 21, 2022 -- WFNN's consistently outperforms established industry benchmark indicators. Based on in-depth research and analysis, their analysts recommend securities worldwide showing the highest probability for stock price appreciation. With constant vigil, WFNN looks for economic opportunities in the private and public company sectors.

Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp, WFNN's Chief Independent Analyst, said, “WFNN believes that the company shows exceptional management for the future. Seldom companies of this size recruit management of this caliber. WFNN sees the company continuing to build a mining portfolio of properties. The company seems ready for a breakout to the $2.00 range. The supply of stock in the market appears very limited, and any announcements or press releases would show significant gains in the share price. WFNN believes that Aztec appears as an undiscovered property in their unique sector."

For brief information of this new, dynamic company, examine: http://wfnn.info displaying in the search engine section.

About WFNN
World Financial News Network provides a unique blend of data, timely information and today's technologies to assist with up-to-the-minute investment and economic values on markets and investments around the world.

About Aztec Mining
Aztec Mining is a corporation involved in acquiring mineral claims and attempting to exploit them. Their initial interest is in exploiting gold, silver and platinum from properties. They have an interest in which are located in Alaska. Other properties are being considered for acquisition at this time, which are located in Arizona and Canada. They plan to have more locations than these two locations. Upon acquisition of the properties, the company will seek additional properties in mining for ore in precious metals and stones.

Press Contact: Joseph de Beauchamp
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Research and Markets : Analysis of the Chinese Market for Pulp and Paper Chemicals 2005

Research and Markets (researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14309) has announced the addition of Chinese Markets for Pulp and Paper Chemicals 2005 to their offering.

(PRWEB) March 23, 2022 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14309) has announced the addition of Chinese Markets for Pulp and Paper Chemicals 2005 to their offering.

China's demand for pulp and paper chemicals has grown at a fast pace in the past decade. In the next five years, both production and demand will continue to grow.

The Chinese market demand for pulp and paper chemicals will increase by 7.5% annually to reach 8,163,400 metric tons in the year 2010. Pulp and paper chemicals output reached 1,632,000 metric tons in 1990 and the figure was about 3,930,000 metric tons in 2000 with the average annual growth rate of 9.2% in the past ten years. China will remain a large exporter of pulp and paper chemicals throughout this century. China will also keep importing certain types of pulp and paper chemicals due to the surging demand and insufficient supply of top grade products by the domestic market. In 1990, China imported 128,900 metric tons of pulp and paper chemicals and related products. Pulp and paper chemical imports will grow by 8.9% per annum to 492,700 metric tons in the year 2005. At the same time, the exports of pulp and paper chemicals were active. In 1990, the exports were 153,200 metric tons, and the figure reached 372,100 metric tons by the end of 2000. In this century, the exports of pulp and paper chemicals will continue to increase and the figure will reach 564,700 metric tons in 2005. The Chinese pulp and paper chemicals industry will continue to remain a hot spot for foreign investment throughout the next century.

This new study examines China's economic trends, investment environment, industry development, supply and demand, industry capacity, industry structure, marketing channels and major industry participants. Historical data (1994, 1999 and 2004) and long-term forecasts through 2009 and 2014 are presented. Major producers in China are profiled.

Some of the areas described in detail comprise of:
-Business Environment
-Pulp and Paper Chemicals Industry Assessments
-Pulp and Paper Chemicals Production and Demand
-Pulp and Paper Chemicals Consumption by Market

-List of Charts
Pulp and Paper Chemicals Production and Demand Summary
China's GDP and Industrial Output
Population Trends
Industrial Output by Ownership
Foreign Investments and Loans
China’s Imports and Exports
Pulp and Paper Chemicals Capacity in China
Pulp and Paper Chemicals Capacity, Output and Demand
Pulp and Paper Chemicals Exports and Imports
Pulp and Paper Chemicals Demand by Market in 2008

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14309

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Research and Markets : Analysis of Plastic Compounding Market within China

Research and Markets (researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14322) has announced the addition of Chinese Markets for Plastic Compounding 2005 to their offering.

Dublin (PRWEB) March 23, 2022 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c14322) has announced the addition of Chinese Markets for Plastic Compounding 2005 to their offering.

China's demand for plastic compounding has grown at a fast pace in the past decade. In the next five years, both production and demand will continue to grow. This new study examines China's economic trends, investment environment, industry development, supply and demand, industry capacity, industry structure, marketing channels and major industry participants. Historical data (1994, 1999 and 2004) and long-term forecasts through 2009 and 2014 are presented. Major compounding producers in China are profiled in the profile directory.

Examples of key areas within the study include:

-Business Environment
-Plastic Compounding Industry Assessments
-Plastic Compounding Production and Demand
-Plastic Compounding Production and Demand
-Polyvinyl Chloride
-Polyethylene
-Polypropylene
-Polystyrene
-Engineered Plastics
-Thermoplastic Elastomers
-Plastic Compounding Imports and Exports
-Pricing Trends
-Plastic Compounding Consumption by Market
-Marketing Strategies

-List of Charts
Plastic Compounding Production and Demand Summary
China's GDP and Industrial Output
Industrial Output by Ownership
Foreign Investments and Loans
China’s Imports and Exports
Plastic Compounding Capacity in China
Plastic Compounding Capacity, Output and Demand
Plastic Compounding Production
Plastic Compounding Exports and Imports
Plastic Compounding Demand by Market in 2009

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Engineered Fine Particle Applications Conference Announced for May, 2005

New conference focusing on commercialization issues, successes and opportunities for engineered fine particles being held May 23-25, 2005 in Cambridge, Massachusetts and sponsored by Information Management Institute.

Carrabassett Valley, Maine (PRWEB via NSTI) March 22, 2022 -– New conference focusing on commercialization issues, successes and opportunities for engineered fine particles being held May 23-25, 2005 in Cambridge, Massachusetts and sponsored by Information Management Institute.

This first of its kind program is dedicated to exploring the technology developments, market needs, future trends and application opportunities for engineered fine particles with speakers from key technology and market segments. Conference speakers include Lawrence Bock-Nanosys, Dr. Karen J. Buechler-ALD NanoSolutions, Clinton W. Bybee-Arch Venture Partners, Dr. Judy Chung-Clorox, Dr. Jeffrey T. Depinto-Air Products & Chemicals, Jon DiLoretto-American Chemical Council, Dr. Emory A. Ford-Materials Technology Institute, Dr. Guoyi Fu-Millennium Chemical, George Ghenciu-Nantero, Dr. Rajeev Gorowara & Dr. Daniel A. Green-DuPont, Tim Harper-CMP Cientifica, Dr. Amit M. Kulkarni-GE Global Research Center, Dr. James S. Murday-Naval Research Laboratory, Dr. Balakrishnan G. Nair-Ceramatec, Dr. Matthew Neville-Consultant, Søren Pehrson-Haldor Topsøe A/S, Geoffrey Varga-Degussa, Dr. Fred von Gottberg-Cabot Corporation and Dr. Charles F. Zukoski-Univ. of Illinois

Conference General Chairman Miodrag Oljaca of Cabot Corporation comments, "Rapidly growing commercial applications for engineered fine particles exist today in electronics, personal care, catalysis, energy, pharmaceutical, and other markets. These speakers are technical and market leaders from industry, government, academia and the investment community who will provide insight into future trends, challenges and opportunities for engineered fine particles."

According to IMI President Al Keene, "This conference is designed to be the one yearly event where particle producers, equipment developers, materials developers, processing experts and end users, i.e. all industry sectors with commercial interest in the advancement of engineered fine particle technology, come together in one location. This conference will allow presenters, attendees and exhibitors to meet, learn and promote their technologies, opportunities, products and services."

IMI’s Engineered Fine Particle Applications Conference format comprises four single-track sessions with a total of 19 speakers, covering topics such as markets and trends, particles and processing technologies, commercial successes, and development, commercialization and implementation issues.

About Information Management Institute, Inc.
IMI’s newly formed Materials Technology Division is designed to assist the materials technology industry in understanding technology developments, markets and applications requirements. Its unique conference approach offer an unprecedented opportunity for materials technology developers, manufacturers, processors and user companies representatives to network and develop a more comprehensive understanding of future developments in the materials industry.

Conference programs are designed to address the real world commercialization impact of technology, application and market developments. They are not academic or sales oriented, but rather focus on the business and commercial aspects faced daily by materials technology companies and organizations that are charged with creating and maintaining profitable materials technology based businesses.

IMI’s Digital Printing Division was founded in 1988 and has held over 250 programs with annual attendance of over 2,000 technical, marketing and management personnel.

The impetus to launch IMI’s Materials Technology Division resulted from IMI’s programs which have covered materials technologies advancements in the digital printing industry and in diverging materials technology application areas over the past several years including:

3rd Printable Electronics & Displays Conference – November, 2004
Printing & Materials Technologies for Printable Electronics Course – November, 2004
Ink Jet Deposition of Materials Course – July, 2003 & July, 2004
Paper-Like Displays Conference – April, 2004 & February, 2005
Toner & Imaging Chemicals Conference – February, 2005 & 7 prior years
Chemically Prepared Toner Seminar – February, 2004 & February 2005
Paper-Like Displays Course – July, 2003 & November, 2003
Electronic Materials Deposition Conference – October 2002 & October, 2003
Digital Dispensing, Dosing & Metering Briefing – October, 2003
RFID Conference – March, 2002

IMI’s Materials Technology Division’s conference programs are designed to enable attendees to obtain the latest technical, market and application information while allowing time to network with other attendees in a time and cost efficient manner. Attendance at an IMI Materials Technology Division conference enables attendees to meet with the material industry’s leading experts in a single location over a short period of time thus maximizing information transfer efficiency and minimizing travel and time expenses.

Contact:
Alvin Keene, President
IMI
1106 Valley Crossing
Carrabassett Valley, Maine, 04947 USA
(207)-235-2225
Fax (207)-235-2226
Web Site: www.imiconf.com and www.imi-materialstechnology.com

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Knowledge Management Solutions, Inc. (KMSI), Announces the Election of MG (RET) Robert H. Scales, Jr. PhD to it's Board of Directors

Knowledge Management Solutions, Inc. (KMSI), a leader in Web-based Training and E-Learning Solutions, is pleased to announce the election of Dr. Robert H. Scales, Jr. to KMSI’s Board of Directors

(PRWEB) March 21, 2022 -- KMSI is pleased to announce the election of MG (RET) Robert H. Scales, Jr. PhD as a member of KMSI’s Board of Directors. Dr. Scales is currently the President of COLGEN, Inc., and recently served as President and CEO of Walden University and President of Capstar Government Services (CGS), a wholly owned subsidiary of Educational Testing Services. Dr. Scales also sits on the Army Science Board, and the Board of Directors of Northrop Grumman Corporation and The National Technical University. Prior to joining the private sector, Dr. Scales served over thirty years in the Army, retiring as a Major General. He is a sought-after lecturer to academic, government, military, and business groups in the United States, Australia, Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and South America. Dr. Scales is the author of several books on military history, serves as a senior military analyst for National Public Radio and Fox News Network and is a frequent commentator and consultant for other major media networks on issues relating to military history and defense policy. He is a graduate of West Point and earned his PhD in history from Duke University.

“KMSI is extremely pleased to have Dr. Scales join the KMSI’s Board of Directors,” said Jack Lee, KMSI’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “We look forward to significantly leveraging his leadership capabilities, experience and knowledge as KMSI continues to expand its presence in the advanced distributed learning marketplace.” Phil Garfinkle, a member of KMSI’s Board and principal of Gabriel Venture Partners, added “I look forward to working with Dr. Scales. His extensive experience and reputation for providing insightful direction to learning and technology-focused organizations will make him a key management of our leadership team.” In his acceptance of his election to the Board, Dr. Scales said “It is a pleasure to work with an energetic and experienced management team who are building a solid reputation in the industry. I hope to make a significant contribution to their continued success in expanding their presence in the enterprise learning marketplace and to executing their aggressive business strategy.”

About Knowledge Management Solutions, Inc.
Knowledge Management Solutions, Inc. is a leading provider of innovative knowledge and learning management solutions for Fortune 2000 companies and Government agencies. For more information, please visit www.kmsi.us

KMx is available to all government agencies via the General Services Administration (GSA) Contract GS-35F-0461M with Velocite Systems, Inc.

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March 20, 2022

World Financial News Network favors Aztec Mining that Develops Precious Minerals

Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp of World Financial News Network gives favorable analysis to Aztec Mining that develops precious minerals in gold and silver.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) March 20, 2022 -- WFNN's consistently outperforms established industry benchmark indicators. Based on in-depth research and analysis, their analysts recommend securities worldwide showing the highest probability for stock price appreciation. With constant vigil, WFNN looks for economic opportunities in the private and public company sectors.

Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp, WFNN's Chief Independent Analyst, said, “WFNN believes that the company shows exceptional management for the future. Seldom companies of this size recruit management of this caliber. WFNN sees the company continuing to build a mining portfolio of properties. The company seems ready for a breakout to the $2.00 range. The supply of stock in the market appears very limited, and any announcements or press releases would show significant gains in the share price. WFNN believes that Aztec appears as an undiscovered property in their unique sector."

For brief information of this new, dynamic company, examine: http://wfnn.info displaying in the search engine section.

About WFNN: World Financial News Network provides a unique blend of data, timely information and today's technologies to assist with up-to-the-minute investment and economic values on markets and investments around the world.

About Aztec Mining:
Aztec Mining is a corporation involved in acquiring mineral claims and attempting to exploit them. Their initial interest is in exploiting gold, silver and platinum from properties. They have an interest in which are located in Alaska. Other properties are being considered for acquisition at this time, which are located in Arizona and Canada. They plan to have more locations than these two locations. Upon acquisition of the properties, the company will seek additional properties in mining for ore in precious metals and stones.

Press Contact: Joseph de Beauchamp
Company Name: WFNN
Phone: 206-343-3912
Website: http://wfnn.info

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March 16, 2022

Expanded Pharmaceutical, Biotech, Medical Device & Skin/Cosmetic Training from the Center for Professional Innovation & Education (CfPIE

The Center for Professional Innovation and Education (CfPIE) is expanding its European pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device and skin/cosmetic training course offerings. Course topics will range from current good manufacturing practices (GMP) and drug development training to regulatory affairs and quality assurance. Expanded courses begin in May, 2005

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) March 16, 2022 -- The Center for Professional Innovation & Education announces the expansion of its training programs and educational offerings in Europe. CfPIE will provide its broad array of in-depth training courses in Europe to professionals in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and skin/cosmetic industries. These courses cover a multitude of topics in the field of clinical research and development, GMPs and GLPs, drug development and regulatory affairs. CfPIE educational conferences are designed to address the latest issues affecting R&D;, quality assurance, manufacturing and regulatory affairs and increase the knowledge base of each attendee.

Training courses provided by CfPIE have been utilized by over 600 corporations, federal and state governments and numerous non-profit agencies. A number of these organizations have designated CfPIE as their primary provider of external training. “We have been consistently ranked as one of the premier providers of training and educational services with both our extensive public course schedule and our customized on-site programs,” said Mark G. Mazzie, Managing Director, CfPIE. “In addition to the 120 public programs scheduled in North America and Europe during 2005, we will deliver over 150 on-site programs designed to meet the specific needs of our clients.”

Courses in Europe will begin on May, 2005 and initially consist of May 24 & 25, 2005 - Stability Testing of Proteins, Peptides & Other Biomolecules; May 26 & 27, 2005 - Writing Effective Standard Operating Procedures & Other Process Documents; May 26 & 27, 2005 - International GMPs for Biopharmaceuticals & Biologics; May 30 & 31, 2005 - Effective Document Management for the Pharmaceutical, Biotech and Medical Device Industries; May 30 – June 1, 2021 - Biostatistics for Non-Statisticians; June 2 & 3, 2005 - Understanding and Interpreting Data & Results in Medical Literature

For further information, contact us at 610-688-1708 To register online, please visit CfPIE.com

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Research and Markets: The Western European Market for Industrial Wood Coatings Revisited

Research and Markets (researchandmarkets.com/reports/c13947) has announced the addition of The Western European Market for Industrial Wood Coatings, 5th Edition to their offering.

(PRWEB) March 16, 2022 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c13947) has announced the addition of The Western European Market for Industrial Wood Coatings, 5th Edition to their offering.

This new fifth edition is a revision and expansion of the previous wood coatings report dated December 2000. Its coverage extends to the following 16 countries in Western Europe:
- Austria
- Belgium
- Denmark
- Finland
- France
- Germany
- Greece
- Ireland
- Italy
- Netherlands
- Norway
- Portugal
- Spain
- Sweden
- Switzerland
- UK

With this new edition new market breakdowns have been incorporated in accordance with industry requests to include, for every country:
- Split of the polyurethane sector into the 1-K and 2-K markets
- Split of parquet finishes into 1-K and 2-K markets
- Division of markets by application

Markets are also analysed according to the main chemical technologies associated with the sector, and according to companies on the basis of market share.

The result is a statistically-rich report containing all the key facts and figures surrounding the markets in 2003, complete with a market forecast to 2008.

Contents include:
- Industry Overview
- Market Review by Country
- Summary of Market Data
- End-User Industries
- Statistical data and trends in end-use sectors
- Market Forecast
- Projection of the market to 2008
- Directory of Industrial Wood Coatings Manufacturers

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c13947

Laura Wood
Senior Manager
Research and Markets
Fax: +353 1 4100 980

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March 14, 2022

Deck Fires Linked to Cancer & Neurological Problems : Bagolie Friedman Trial Lawyers Investigating The Health Risks of Burning Pressure Treated Lumber

Bagolie Friedman Trial Lawyers are investigating claims involving health problems and cancer resulting from the toxic fumes created fighting a wood deck fire.

(PRWEB) March 14, 2022 -- Bagolie Friedman Trial Lawyers are investigating claims involving health problems and cancer resulting from the toxic fumes created fighting a wood deck fire. Over 90 percent of all outdoor wooden structures in the United States are made with arsenic-treated lumber. Known as Chromated Copper Arsenate, or CCA, exposure to the chemicals contained in this pressure treated wood has been linked to lung cancer, bladder cancer, skin cancer, kidney cancer, prostate cancer, cancer in the nasal passages, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. The effects of CCA exposure can also cause hair loss, itching skin and rashes, bleeding neurological problems, numbness in the arms and legs and gastrointestinal upsets.

CCA-treated wood, first used in India in 1933 and approved by the American Wood Preservers Association for use by Bell Telephone Co. in 1950, is resistant to insect infestation and rot. The copper and arsenic are fungicides and insecticides. The chromium is primarily a “fixing” agent, bonding the chemicals to the wood.

The raw lumber is placed in a pressure cylinder where a vacuum sucks air and water from the wood cells. The cylinders is then filled with a mix of water and pesticides and pressure is increased to refill the wood’s cells with the mixture. As the wood dries, the chemicals are trapped inside.

CCA wood is most dangerous when it is burned and the arsenic is released into the air and it concentrates in the ashes. Just one tablespoon of ash contains a lethal dose of arsenic. "Wood decks, play sets and picnic tables all pose a risk and firefighters should protect themselves from the fumes emitted from these fires", said Ricky E. Bagolie, a Jersey City attorney with Bagolie Friedman who represents firefighters.

Arsenic and chromium are carcinogens and mutagens, according to the EPA and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. EPA declared that use of chromated copper arsenate, CCA, was to end by December 2003. "Exposure can occur through breathing or through repeated skin contact. High or repeated exposure can cause cancer, neurotoxicity, including paralysis, warty skin growths, and liver and kidney failure, all of which should be covered under the Workers' Compensation System" said Bagolie.

Bagolie Friedman, with offices in Jersey City and Clifton, New Jersey, Hollywood, Florida and an international affiliation in Brisbane, Australia, is now evaluating potential claims arising out of exposure to arsenic and pressure treated wood and are available for a free consultation, toll free, at 1-866-333-3529 or e-mail protected from spam bots or visit www.bagoliefriedman.com

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March 11, 2022

Heritage’s “BioTuf” Bags Approved by the Biodegradable Products Institute

The Biodegradable Products Institute (BPI) announced its approval of Heritage Bag’s new “BioTuf”TM Compostable Bags. Heritage’s new technology enables it to deliver a bag to customers which has superior strength at a price point that is very competitive to other products that meet ASTM D6400. This assures that the bags will biodegrade swiftly and safely during municipal, commercial, or household composting. Heritage’s large distributor network is targeting yard waste programs as well as the increasing number of food waste diversion.

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 11, 2022 -- “The new BioTuf TM Compostable Bag represents a significant growth opportunity for us,” stated Peter Klaich, Director Compostable and Biodegradable Products for Heritage Bag. “Our unique technology, enables Heritage to deliver a bag to customers which has superior strength at a price point that is very competitive”. Heritage is one of the leading manufacturers of trash bags in the US and will use its large distributor network to capitalize on new opportunities.

BPI’s approval of BioTuf TM bags continues to expand the array of “compostable” alternatives that are being sold today. “Compostable bags and bin liners are a preferable alternative to ordinary plastic bags when the waste stream is diverted to a composting facility, rather than to a landfill or incinerator,” noted Steve Mojo, BPI’s Executive Director. “Today, residential and commercial food scrap programs are in place from San Francisco, CA to Prince Edward Island, Canada,” Mojo added. Replacing non-degradable trash bags with compostable ones, helps composters reduce processing, separation and disposal costs, while keeping consumers collection bins clean, which encourages participation.

Heritage is a second-generation privately owned business, located in Carrollton, Texas. Its growth is driven by commitment to superior product quality, excellent service and support of its distribution partners. Dependability is a defining characteristic of our organization.

BPI is a multi-stakeholder group, involving people and organizations that produce, use or recover biodegradable plastic products. It promotes the growth of biodegradable plastics through education, use of scientifically-based standards and cooperative efforts with organizations in Europe and Asia.

Contact Information
Steve Mojo
BPI Executive Director
PH: 888-274-5646

or

Peter Klaich
Heritage Bag
PH: 716-632-2379

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March 10, 2022

EcoNugenics® Wins the 2004 Nutrition Business Journal Product Merit Award for PectaSol® Modified Citrus Pectin

Good news in the nutraceutical industry. EcoNugenics received the 2004 Nutrition Business Journal Product Merit Award for PectaSol® MCP. Studies have demonstrated its impact on inhibiting cancer metastasis and reducing tumor growth. It has been particularly effective in the treatment of prostate cancer. PectaSol® is more readily absorbed into the bloodstream than other pectin due to its structure and molecular weight.

Santa Rosa, CA (PRWEB) March 10, 2022 -- EcoNugenics,® a premium dietary supplement and nutraceutical company, announced today that they have received the 2004 Nutrition Business Journal Product Merit Award for PectaSol,® Modified Citrus Pectin, a dietary supplement derived from the peel and pulp of citrus fruit. The dietary supplement is recognized for its interaction with cellular adhesion.

EcoNugenics® is honored to receive this Product Merit Award from The Nutrition Business Journal,” said Isaac Eliaz, MD, a leader in the field of Integrative Medicine. “The strategic information about PectaSol® is that studies have demonstrated its effect on inhibiting cancer metastasis and reducing tumor growth. In prostate cancer, PectaSol® has been clinically shown to considerably slow the prostate specific antigen, PSA doubling time.”

The molecular weight and proper structure of the citrus pectin used in PectaSol® have been modified through several proprietary laboratory processes, making PectaSol® more readily absorbed into the bloodstream than regular pectin. PectaSol’s unique component, galactyosyl, has an affinity for binding to certain cells of the prostate, breast, colon, lymphatic system, skin, brain and larynx. For more information and to view clinical research on PectaSol® visit www.econugenics.com

EcoNugenics® was founded in 1995 with a commitment to offering premium dietary supplements and nutraceuticals based on the best of modern science integrated with the ancient wisdom of traditional and complementary therapies. EcoNugenics® is committed to five basic principles, which include innovation in product formulation, thorough scientific research, ongoing clinical validation, customer education/empowerment and superior quality control.

For more information contact Connie St. John at 415-454-2243

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Advanced Polymer Alloys Launches New Web Site

APA, the world's leading supplier of Melt-Processible Elastomers, launched a redesigned web site that offers more detail product information and more intuitive site navigation that helps visitors find the correct product information quickly and easily.

Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) March 9, 2022 -- Advanced Polymer Alloys (APA), a division of Ferro Corporation (NYSE: FOE) and the world’s leading supplier of Melt-Processible Elastomers™ (MPEs), today launched a completely redesigned web site – www.APAinfo.com – to provide easier and more intuitive access to the company’s growing product line and technical information database.

APA’s web site is intended to be a one-stop shop where design engineers, molders, and end users can find detailed information about the company’s signature product, Alcryn® Melt-Processible Rubber™ (MPR) as well as its new materials. APA’s new polymers include DuraGrip™, a thermoplastic elastomer (TPE) designed for medium engineered consumer applications overmolded to rigid substrates that require soft touch designs for housewares and sporting goods; and DuraMax™, an economical thermoplastic vulcanizate (TPV) with excellent chemical and fuel resistance for extrusion and injection molding applications.

The new web site features updated technical information, including real world application profiles, processing guides, data sheets, a grade selector, and more. Site visitors can also register for APA’s free, quarterly e-newsletter, Material Matters.

“Product designers and processors require quick and easy access to critical information in order to make the right material decisions. APA provides just that with our redesigned web site,” said Jeff Senich, new business development manager for APA. “Our goal is to ensure that our customers find the vital information they need and have it at their fingertips faster.”

About APA
Advanced Polymer Alloys (APA), a division of Ferro Corporation, is the world’s leading supplier of Melt-Processible Elastomers (MPEs). APA’s broad line of elastomers spans the entire TPE price/performance range – from the wide appeal of soft, affordable DuraGrip™ to top-performing Alcryn MPR, the world’s only melt-processible rubber. Bridging the gap between design vision and engineering reality, APA’s unique material innovations deliver ideal performance properties to enhance the quality, appeal, and marketability of virtually every product. APA’s goal is to provide customers with optimal material solutions for their specific needs – whether drawing from our full MPE line or compounding custom alloys.

Ferro Corporation is a major international producer of performance materials for industry, including coatings and performance chemicals. The company has operations in 20 countries and recorded sales of $1.6 billion in 2003

For more information on the company’s product line, visit APA on the web at www.APAinfo.com or call 888-663-6005

Alcryn®, Melt-Processible Rubber™ (MPR), DuraGrip™, DuraMax™, and Melt-Processible Elastomers™ (MPE) are trademarks or registered trademarks of Ferro Corporation. APA is a division of Ferro Corporation.

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March 07, 2022

Research and Markets : Chinese Markets for Phenolic Molding Compounds on the Up?

Research and Markets (researchandmarkets.com/reports/c13532) has announced the addition of Chinese Markets for Phenolic Molding Compounds to their offering.

(PRWEB) March 7, 2022 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c13532) has announced the addition of Chinese Markets for Phenolic Molding Compounds to their offering.

China's demand for phenolic molding compounds has grown at a fast pace in the past decade. In the next five years, both production and demand will continue to grow.

This new study examines China's:
-Economic trends
-Investment environment
-Industry development
-Supply and demand
-Industry capacity
-Industry structure
-Marketing channels
-major industry participants

Historical data (1992, 1997 and 2002) and long-term forecasts through 2007 and 2012 are presented. Major producers in China are profiled and listed in the producer directory section.

Topics covered include:
- Business Environment
- Economic Outlook
- Phenolic Resins Molding Compounds Industry Structure
- Phenolic Resins and Molding Compounds Production and Demand
- Phenolic Resins and Molding Compounds Consumption Outlooks
- Marketing Strategies
- Phenolic Resins and Molding Compounds Producer Profiles

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c13532

Laura Wood
Senior Manager
Research and Markets
Fax: +353 1 4100 980

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March 03, 2022

Theramedix Taps Nutraceutical Industry Expert, Kalyna Hanover for Top Position

The innovative enzyme therapy company, Theramedix has brought industry expert, Kalyna Hanover on board to spearhead the launch, development and marketing of their professional line of enzyme therapy products to healthcare professionals.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 3, 2022 -- Theramedix, a nutraceutical company that provides health care practitioners with pharmaceutical grade enzymes, announced today that they have brought nutraceutical industry expert, Kalyna Hanover on board for their top position of Director. Hanover will be responsible for the overall marketing direction, vision and strategy to promote the specialty line of products to the health care professional market.

“We’re very excited that Kalyna has joined the company as Director of Theramedix,” said Tom Bohager, President of Theramedix. “One of our formulas for success is to bring in the best people in the industry. Armed with her 15 years of experience in international advertising, nutraceutical sales, management and marketing, Kalyna will successfully lead Theramedix into the future.”

Hanover will also be responsible for the sales team, customer service, public relations, website, marketing materials and training. In addition to her years of experience in the industry, she is also certified in Holistic Health, obtaining her credentials from the California Naturopathic College in Del Mar, California. Originally from Chicago, Kalyna has lived in Eastern Europe, Southern and Northern California, and is currently based in San Francisco, CA. She was previously the Sales and Marketing Director for EcoNugenics, a dietary supplement and nutraceutical company.

Theramedix, a subsidiary of Enzymedica, manufactures and sells a premiere line of plant derived pharmaceutical grade enzymes to health care professionals. The product line has a proven, proprietary delivery system called Thera-blend,™ which guarantees the integrity and strength of each enzyme formula in all ph ranges. Theramedix offices are located in San Francisco. Log onto www.theramedix.net to learn more.

Contact Constance St. John, The St. John Group at 415-454-2243

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March 02, 2022

Inpro/Seal Expands Sealing System Product Line for Powder and Bulk Applications with Articulating Seal

Articulating Seal that Handles Shaft Misalignment to Keep Equipment Running Longer
Inpro/Seal has introduced their Articulating Air Mizer™-, PS a sealing system developed to positively seal equipment where dry particulates, powders and bulk solids are handled, processed, packaged and stored. Once installed, the system helps contain powders, abrasives, liquids and toxic vapors. In addition, it handles extreme shaft misalignment and deflection, common in these kinds of applications to provide a seal that traditional methods simply cannot attain. A unique design feature uses a solid wall of air that functions as a barrier for contamination and works to retain product where it should be - in the equipment. The highest levels of performance are assured by virtue of an inherent non-contact design feature that avoids direct egress of the particulate material.

Rock Island, IL (PRWEB) March 2, 2022 -- Building on the ongoing success of their ability to positively seal equipment in dry powder and bulk process applications, Inpro/Seal has introduced their Articulating Air Mizer™-, PS sealing system.

Two Sealing Solutions
With this system Inpro/Seal now offers two sealing solutions for the containment of powders, abrasives, liquids and toxic vapors: the Air Mizer™-PS and the Articulating Air Mizer™- PS, a sealing system with upgraded design features.

Both were developed for use on equipment where dry particulates, powders and bulk solids are handled, processed, packaged and stored. Examples include: screw conveyors, gate valves, feeders, mixers, blenders, gates, clinker grinders, bucket elevators, diverters, scales, bagging machines, dust collectors, discharges, classifiers, screens, extruders, separators, shredders, sifters, metal detectors, pulverizers, crushers, coolers, augers, transfer pumps, fillers and similar dry powder and bulk processing machinery.

Result Of Continuous R & D
The result of direct customer request, input and feedback, continuous R&D; and extensive field testing and trials, the Articulated Air Mizer-PS has all the features of the original Air Mizer™-PS and adds the ability to handle extreme shaft misalignment and deflection, common in these kinds of applications to provide a seal that traditional methods simply cannot attain.

Ineffective Sealing Methods
Before the advent of the Articulated Air Mizer-PS end users had to deal with sealing methods that did not last because of shaft runout. Mechanical seals work on a contact basis and are subject to excess wear on the seal faces as they make contact. Seal faces have been known to wear out in as little as 3,000 hours.

Fibrous packings are also subject to wear and short lifetimes from runout where packing in the stuffing boxes compress and create a leak path. Packing can soften to the point where powder can leak to the outside, causing environmental problems. Tightening may renew the seal, but only for a relatively short period of time.

Successful Product At Heart Of Air Miser Seal
To counter, Inpro/Seal took their bearing isolator, a compound labyrinth bearing protection device, that they invented (and patented) in 1977 and modified it for use with dry particulates, powders and bulk solids.

A major innovation includes a unique design feature that uses a solid wall of air that functions as a barrier for contamination and works to retain product where it should be - in the equipment. The highest levels of performance are assured by virtue of an inherent non-contact design feature that avoids direct egress of the particulate material.

Latest In Non-Contact Technology
According to David C. Orlowski, President of Inpro/Seal and the holder of some 40 related patents, “Realizing the importance of what production continuity and what lost product can mean to the bottom line, several years ago, we introduced our Air Mizer Sealing System. This system has proven to help end users boost equipment reliability, reduce costs, extend sealing efficiencies and increase bottom line results, without equipment modification.”

Orlowski continued, “As time went on, more and more end users came to us with the same need. Beside the other problems they were having with contact seals, shaft deflection, run-out and misalignment was also causing seal faces to wear out and equipment to break down on a too rapid basis. Angular misalignment and mounting conditions, in particular, were hard to deal with.”

Orlowski concluded, “To solve this problem, working closely with our customers, our R & D people developed the Articulating Air Mizer™-PS, a sealing system that uses the latest in non-contacting technology with an air purge that accepts radial and angular shaft runout up to ¼”. Shaft diameters from ½ in - 36 in. No other sealing mechanism can do this.”-

No Equipment Modification, Easy to Install
The Articulating Air Mizer™-PS, sealing system is custom-engineered to suit individual applications. It is easy to install as it conforms to existing clearances, boltholes and patterns for bearings and/or stuffing boxes. Split designs allow for installation directly on the shaft without removal.

More Benefits
Additional benefits include: lower maintenance costs, reduction in lost product, unscheduled downtime virtually eliminated and meet regulatory needs. As with all other Inpro/Seal products same day shipping is available.

About Inpro/Seal
Inpro/Seal Company is the originator and the world’s number one manufacturer of bearing isolators, used to protect motor and pump bearings, machine tool spindles, turbines, fans, gear boxes, paper machine rolls and many other types of rotating equipment. Additional applications include the sealing, handling, processing, packing and storage of dry particulates, powders and bulk solids.

Over one and one half million of Inpro/Seal’s original bearing isolator designs are in operation in process plants worldwide, where end users continue to report significantly reduced operating costs with increased productivity and reliability. Documented cases show that a plant can more than double the mean-time-between failure (MTBF) and reduce maintenance costs by at least half, with users reporting an extremely high ROI.

As the recognized global leader in bearing isolator technology, Inpro products are marketed to the aerospace, automotive, petroleum, refining, nuclear, power generation, metalworking, food processing, grain processing, chemical, water, wastewater treatment, metalworking, hydrocarbon processing, HVAC, pulp and paper, mining, mineral, ore processing and general industrial markets.

Spreadsheets
Interactive spreadsheets that calculate ROI, Contact Seal Energy Consumption and other costs are available at www.bearingisolators.com

Signoff
For more information on the Articulating Air Mizer™-PS sealing system, including a FREE brochure, contact Terri Hageman at: Inpro/Seal Company, P.O. Box 3940, Rock Island, Illinois 61204. Phone numbers are: (800) 447-0524 or (309) 787-4971. Fax number is: (309) 787-6114. Website: www.inpro-seal.com or www.bearingisolators.com

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