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July 29, 2021

Custom Formulation - Creating New Products

Chemir Analytical Services helps innovative companies develop new formulations, reformulate existing products, create customized blends or assist with other product challenges.

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) July 29, 2021 -- Chemir Analytical Services, with years of experience reverse engineering products, takes the next step with custom formulation services. Manufacturers of cosmetics, personal care products and pharmaceuticals often seek to partner with outside laboratories experienced in ingredient identification, deformulation or reformulation. Chemir Analytical Services, a non-routine independent analytical laboratory, helps innovative companies develop new formulations, reformulate existing products, create customized blends or assist with other challenges.

“This is a natural sequence in our service offerings” explains David Dowell, Ph.D., Vice President – Technology of Chemir Analytical Services. “Our laboratory chemists have analyzed hundreds of formulated products and have been involved in numerous partnerships involving deformulation and subsequent reformulation. This has provided a wealth of experience and intuitive understanding of custom formulations. Many customers have asked us to assist with formulating new products, and we are pleased to offer an expansion of this service.”

About Chemir Analytical Services
Chemir, founded in 1959, provides chemical analysis and testing to a wide variety of industries, using a unique combination of analytical capabilities, instrumentation, technical expertise and quality systems. Current divisions include Chemir Analytical Services, a non-routine problem solving laboratory, Chemir Analytical Services-Michigan, a research and development laboratory serving the paints, coatings, and inks industries; and Industrial Testing Laboratories, a customized mechanical and metallurgical testing facility.

David Dowell, Ph.D.
Chemir Analytical Services
2672 Metro Blvd.
Maryland Heights MO 63043
800-659-7659
www.chemir.com

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July 27, 2021

Calcium Supplement NanoClean Neutralizes Harmful Chemicals in Food

NanoClean is a calcium supplement that contains calcium and mineral ions to help neutralize harmful impurities and chemical pollutants in food.

(PRWEB) July 27, 2021 -- Maxmyer International, Inc. has introduced NanoClean, an all-natural calcium supplement and food cleanser that blends calcium and alkaline mineral ions to promote superior health.

The calcium supplement instantly neutralizes harmful impurities, such as chlorine, and infuses beneficial ionic trace minerals when used to clean food.

“Most fruit and vegetable cleaning agents can only reach the dirt, residue, and germs on the surface of the food,” said Jeff Henderson, Director of Marketing for Maxmyer International, Inc. “Because of its mineral ions, Maxmyer NanoClean is able to clean the food's surface as well as penetrating safely into the food to flush out bacteria and harmful toxins found in pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers.”

Using the Maxmyer NanoClean as a food cleanser has several healthy benefits, including:
* Neutralizing and reducing toxins accumulated in food
* Improved taste and freshness
* Promotes oral hygiene with sea salt minerals
* All-natural calcium supplement for food

While the NanoClean calcium supplement is formulated primarily for the cleansing of fruits and vegetables, it can also be used for washing rice, meat and poultry.

To place an order or to see further details outlining the properties and benefits of the Maxmyer NanoClean calcium supplement, visit www.calclean4u.com or call 626-934-8578. For a limited time only, customers can receive 40 percent off their order of the Maxmyer NanoClean calcium supplement.

About MaxMyer International, Inc.:
Maxmyer International, Inc. uses state-of-the-art Nanotechnology as its foundation. The company has combined patented, 100 percent natural raw material process techniques and developed a dietary supplemental product line that is quickly and easily assimilated by the human body. They are located in Los Angeles, California and are taking the American mainstream market as the starting point of its mission to permeate the entire global health food market with the NanoClean calcium supplement.

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July 26, 2021

New Radio Show Tells How to Meet, Talk and Connect With People -- Without Stress

MIAMI, Fl -- "Success Academy," a weekly call-in radio show hosted by success coach, Mandy Bass, will interview stress expert, Mark McGregor CFP, on the topic of networking with less stress. The show will be broadcast live on Friday, July 29, at noon Eastern time (9 a.m. Pacific time) on World Talk Radio

MIAMI, Fl (PRWEB) July 26, 2021 -- "Success Academy," a weekly call-in radio show hosted by success coach, Mandy Bass, will interview stress expert, Mark McGregor CFP, on the topic of networking with less stress. The show will be broadcast live on Friday, July 29, at noon Eastern time (9 a.m. Pacific time) on World Talk Radio (simply log into www.WorldTalkRadio.com and click listen now).

McGregor, a Certified Financial Planner, knows first-hand how stress can damage your life. In March of 1997, while out with family and friends, thirty-five-year-old McGregor suffered a massive heart attack and died for one minute. Stress was the killer. Luckily emergency crews brought him back to life but the damage was so extensive that today he functions with half a heart.

Forced to change his lifestyle, McGregor made it is his quest to find a balanced approach to life and inspire others to reduce the stress in their lives – before it is too late.

The host of the show, Mandy Bass, runs Priority Living Systems, Inc. in Miami Shores, Fla. She works with entrepreneurs who want to grow their business and people who want more out of life. "Success Academy," she says, “offers real tools to help listeners get what they want out of life and solve the challenges they face today.”

Over the past nine years, thousands of people have used Mandy's programs to take their personal and professional lives to new levels of fulfillment. Her radio show aims to help more people achieve their goals and overcome the obstacles that hinder success.

A limited number of select sponsorships are available to companies interested in reaching this upwardly mobile audience. Success Academy's topics include practical tools to generate sales; marketing strategies that respond to current market trends; tactics for time and self management; and tips for recruiting, hiring and managing employees. Mandy interviews sales and marketing experts, futurists and forecasters, time management whizzes and high-tech gurus. Primarily she is interested in bringing her listeners cutting-edge techniques and thought provoking ideas. Listeners can e-mail questions or call in for advice tailored to their particular needs.

A self-made achiever who's well-acquainted with the obstacles people encounter in their quest for prosperity and peace of mind, Mandy draws from diverse sources of knowledge and wisdom to advise her clients.

Her works include "Breakthrough Achievement Skills," "How to Grow a Successful Advisory Practice," "Earn a CEO's Income Part-time in Pajamas,” “Leading Your Heroes Out of the Labyrinth: An Eclectic Coaching Guide to Archetypes and Their Mythical Journeys," and "Twenty Magic Words that Sell."

For sponsorship or guest information, or to find out about Mandy's programs, contact Priority Living Systems at 305.754.2127.

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July 22, 2021

Red Herring Names Ecology Coatings One of 10 Private Cleantech Companies to Watch

Company’s clean coatings used for metals, electronics, plastic and more.

Akron, Ohio (PRWEB) July 22, 2021 -- Ecology Coatings, Inc., a leading provider of nano-engineered ultraviolet curable coatings, has been named one of the 10 Private Cleantech Companies to Watch by Red Herring. A premier source of technology business news and information, Red Herring Magazine recognized Ecology Coatings for its remarkable cleantech innovation and promising market potential.

"Environmental concerns have been the single most influential factor driving the coatings industry for the past decade. Nearly every product manufactured needs a protective coating for durability and color, and traditionally those coating formulations include solvents that are extremely toxic or require enormous amounts of heat and energy to dry," said Rich Stromback, CEO and president of Ecology Coatings. "It’s an honor to be recognized among Red Herring’s select group of cleantech companies for our coatings that address those environmental concerns, drive efficiencies on the manufacturing line, and bring paint into the 21st century."

Red Herring’s full profile of Ecology Coatings is available on the Red Herring website.

Ecology Coatings' proprietary coatings deliver superior performance properties and enable dramatic process efficiencies for manufacturers without compromising environmental and public health. The company’s breakthrough 100 percent solids formulations do not contain any toxic solvents, water or other liquid components that require evaporation for the coating to set. The resulting coatings release no pollutants to the ambient environment, cut energy expenditures by 75 percent and reduce manufacturing line space by 80 percent. These unique qualities make the nano-engineered coatings ideal for a wide range of applications including metals, electronics, and plastic.

"Ecology Coatings' products were developed to specifically address the need I saw for a clean coating technology; there simply are not any other environmentally-sound coatings options on the market today," said Sally Ramsey, chief chemist and founder of Ecology Coatings. "It is exciting to be providing a product that makes clean coatings the good business choice for manufacturers around the world."

Ecology Coatings partners with industry leaders to commercialize and deliver its high-value coatings to market.

About Ecology Coatings:
Ecology Coatings is a world leader in the development of nano-engineered, ultraviolet curable coatings. Using a platform of integrated nano-material technologies, the company creates proprietary coatings with unique performance attributes. Ecology Coatings collaborates with industry leaders to develop revolutionary high-value, high-performance coatings for military, automotive, industrial, electronic and medical applications. Ecology Coatings is a privately held company based in Akron, Ohio.

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July 21, 2021

QuantumSphere, Inc. Accelerates Commercialization, Nanomaterials Product Delivery Capabilities, Appoints Kimberly McGrath, Ph.D. to Director of Fuel Cell Research

QuantumSphere is the only supplier of the world’s highest quality metallic nanomaterials including QSI-nano™ nickel (n-Ni), QSI-nano™ silver, QSI-nano™ copper, QSI- nano™ Ni/Co and other proprietary alloys. These materials will replace platinum as the main catalyst in hydrogen fuel cells and other electrode assemblies and provide a renewable source of power to supply the world’s energy needs. Dr. McGrath will work with QuantumSphere’s world-class research team to synthesize and characterize a highly optimized catalyst composition for PEM and DMFC fuel cell anode and cathode electrodes using the company’s highly catalytic metallic nanopowders.

COSTA MESA, CA (PRWEB) July 21, 2021 -– QuantumSphere, Inc., the leading manufacturer of metallic nanopowders for applications in aerospace, defense, energy, biomedical and other markets demanding advanced material applications, announced the appointment of Kimberly McGrath, Ph.D., to the position of Director of Fuel Cell Research. In this position, Dr. McGrath will leverage her experience in the research and commercialization of fuel cell technology to drive the company’s strong track record as a manufacturer and provider of products to a global customer base.

QuantumSphere is the only supplier of the world’s highest quality metallic nanomaterials including QSI-nano™ nickel (n-Ni), QSI-nano™ silver, QSI-nano™ copper, QSI- nano™ Ni/Co and other proprietary alloys. These materials will replace platinum as the main catalyst in hydrogen fuel cells and other electrode assemblies and provide a renewable source of power to supply the world’s energy needs.

Dr. McGrath will work with QuantumSphere’s world-class research team to synthesize and characterize a highly optimized catalyst composition for PEM and DMFC fuel cell anode and cathode electrodes using the company’s highly catalytic metallic nanopowders. As Director of Fuel Cell Research, Dr. McGrath will also tailor catalysts for various cell types and operating temperature regimes and design new fuel cell systems for small, portable applications that will be efficient at room temperature with minimal catalyst loading.

“Dr. McGrath has years of experience designing catalysts, membranes and components for direct oxidation fuel cells and her energy, enthusiasm and ability to execute is unsurpassed,” said Kevin Maloney, CEO, QuantumSphere, Inc. “She has extensive knowledge of fuel cell performance evaluation and electrochemical characterization of anode and cathode catalysts. As a result, Dr. McGrath’s addition will augment a powerful research team as QuantumSphere continues to experience strong customer demand for the company’s products that serve the fuel cell market and other areas that leverage our nanopowders for advanced material applications,” Maloney added.

Prior to QuantumSphere, platinum was widely considered to be the best catalyst for proton exchange membrane fuel cells, such as hydrogen and direct methanol cell (DMFC) in terms of electrical efficiency. However, platinum is about 1,400% more expensive per gram than QuantumSphere’s solution. As a result, the company believes its QSI-nano™ materials will replace platinum as the main catalyst in hydrogen fuel cells and other electrode assemblies. As QuantumSphere announces additional customer wins in 2005, the market will realize a decades-long hurdle has been overcome as QuantumSphere, with Dr. McGrath, continues to research, develop, produce and ship alternative catalyst products on a mass scale at a fraction of the cost.

“I am delighted to join QuantumSphere’s highly motivated and seasoned business and technical team,” said Kimberly McGrath, Ph.D., Director of Fuel Cell Research, QuantumSphere, Inc. “It is a pivotal time in the catalysis industry, especially as it relates to renewable energy sources QuantumSphere will continue to play a pivotal role in providing orders-of-magnitude improvements in catalysts for PEM fuel cells via QuantumSphere’s superior development and production process. QuantumSphere is a dynamic company with a very tight-knit team of engineers and chemists who come from a variety of backgrounds. This diversity and community environment promotes novel thinking and synergistic concepts not limited to a single facet of science. It is this type free-thinking that is most conducive to major scientific breakthroughs,” McGrath added.

About QuantumSphere, Inc.
QuantumSphere is the leading manufacturer of metallic nanopowders for a broad range of applications in industries such as aerospace, defense, energy, biomedical, and other markets demanding advanced material applications. QuantumSphere's exclusive manufacturing process provides: consistent, narrow particle size distribution; low level of agglomeration and impurities; custom-tailored oxide shell thickness; and the highest purity metallic nanopowders on the market that are easier to transport and handle. The company accomplishes this without compromising its commitment to the environment and the community. No other company offers these performance advantages.

QuantumSphere is the only supplier of the world's highest quality magnetic, conductive and catalytic metallic nanopowders. These advanced materials will replace platinum as the main catalyst in hydrogen fuel cells and various electrode assemblies and provide a renewable source of power to supply the world’s energy needs. The company is leveraging its leading market position in metallic powders to manufacture and ship product for applications in fuel cells, magnetic medical products, bio-sensors, filtration devices and other applications including additives for plastics and electromagnetic frequency shielding. For more information, visit www.qsinano.com or contact Joe Romano, Partner, HighGround, Inc. at 781-279-1320 x 208.

PRESS CONTACT:
Joe Romano
Partner
HighGround, Inc.
781-279-1320 x 208

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Research and Markets : Introducing a One-Stop-Shop for the Global Chemical Industry

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c21024) has announced the addition of Chemical Week to their offering.

Dublin (PRWEB) July 21, 2021 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c21024) has announced the addition of Chemical Week to their offering.

Chemical Week is the only magazine serving the global chemical industry across all its various sectors. We are the one source that the industry turns to for strategic ideas, effective answers, and real solutions in this ever-changing marketplace. Every issue of Chemical Week provides access to information from all corners of the chemical industry worldwide, offering critical insight that helps you build your business plan and invest your money in services and products that work.

Chemical Week encompasses:
- Business and Finance
The unparalleled global news coverage features exclusive stories of critical importance to readers worldwide. Chemical Week is your best resource for breaking news, important announcements, regional spotlights and company activities in key segments within the industry.

- Country Focus Reports
These invaluable reports provide the most up-to-date information about every regions' economic status, market dynamics, and government programs, as well as plant capacity, employment, sales and trade information.

- Market Sector Reports
These reports provide detailed information and analysis of the latest developments in each sector of the chemical industry.

- Pricing Data
European and U.S. spot and contract price information is provided for the top basic chemicals and plastic products.

- The Chemical Week Data Bank
These weekly reports provide readers with invaluable information on custom stock market information and key economic indicators.

- Regulatory Affairs
Chemical Week provides readers with the facts they need to stay up to date on the latest regulatory measures. Its coverage enables readers to understand how new regulations will affect their business.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c21024

Laura Wood
Senior Manager
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July 19, 2021

Cytonix Corp. announced today the availability of its new line of FluorN environmentally friendly, PFOA, PFOS, C8 free fluorosurfactant wetting and leveling agents.

FluorN fluorosurfactants are an alternative technology to the traditional perfluoroalkyl C4 to C8 chemistry used in a wide variety of consumer and industrial applications. FluorN perfluoropolyether (PFPE) fluorosurfactants improve the surface properties of resins, plastics, solvents and coatings more effectively than organic or silicone surfactants.

Beltsville, MD (PRWEB) July 19, 2021 -- Cytonix Corp. announced today the availability of its new line of FluorN environmentally friendly, PFOA, PFOS, C8 free fluorosurfactant wetting and leveling agents. FluorN fluorosurfactants are an alternative technology to the traditional perfluoroalkyl C4 to C8 chemistry used in a wide variety of consumer and industrial applications. FluorN perfluoropolyether (PFPE) fluorosurfactants improve the surface properties of resins, plastics, solvents and coatings more effectively than organic or silicone surfactants.

The FluorN PFPE fluorosurfactants have extraordinary chemical activity. FluorN 2900 is 10X to 100X more active than PFOS-based fluorosurfactants such as 3M Fluorad FC-430. At concentrations of 0.0005 to 0.5 percent, the FluorN PFPE fluorosurfactants have good leveling and wetting activity in resists, electrolytic baths, floor polish emulsions, inks, soldering systems, and most acrylic, epoxy and urethane coatings, adding lubricity and hydrophobicity to many cured products. The PFPE and other FluorN products also include fluorosurfactants with epoxy, hydroxy, acrylate and isocyanate functionality.

Cytonix, incorporated in 1985, manufactures proprietary hydrophobic, oleophobic additives, coatings and adhesives for life sciences, aerospace and communications. For more information on FluorN products visit www.Cytonix.com or email your inquiries to FluorN at Cytonix.com.

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July 18, 2021

Advanced Polymer Alloys Introduces New DuraGrip® TPE Grades

FDA-compliance, bonding to engineered TPEs among key performance characteristics

WILMINGTON, DE (PRWEB) July 16, 2021 -- Advanced Polymer Alloys (APA), a division of Ferro Corporation (NYSE: FOE) and the world’s leading supplier of Melt-Processible Elastomers™ (MPEs), announces the availability of three new grades of its DuraGrip® Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) series in North America. The three grades include the DuraGrip TPE 6000, DuraGrip TPE 6100, and the DuraGrip TPE 6800 series.


DuraGrip TPE is a versatile material that enhances consumer or light industrial products through its elastomeric properties and features, including, when needed, a soft-touch feel. The DuraGrip TPE 6000 and 6800 series bond well to polypropylene and polyethylene, while the DuraGrip TPE 6100 series bonds to engineered thermoplastic materials, including difficult to overmold nylon substrates.

“The new series of DuraGrip TPE offers several advantages – better grip feel, the ability to create eye-catching colors, and faster cycle times – over similarly positioned materials,” said Jeff Senich, APA business development manager. “Its chemistry, functionality, and performance characteristics make DuraGrip an ideal material for everyday products. It is versatile enough to provide the tacky grip on a golf club or the silky feel of a fountain pen.”

The new DuraGrip TPE grades, available in 30 to 80 Shore A hardness, come in easily colorable natural, black, translucent, and clear.

Available grades include:
- DuraGrip 6000 series – the general-purpose grade that is easy to use in injection molding, overmolding, extrusion, and co-extrusion processes.
- DuraGrip 6100 series – bonds well to PC, ABS, PC/ABS alloys, nylon, ASA, and other engineered thermoplastic materials. Designed for overmolding and co-extrusion processing.
- DuraGrip 6800 series – the FDA-compliant grade designed to offer very good elastomeric properties and soft-touch feel. The 6800 series processes well in injection molding, overmolding, extrusion, and co-extrusion manufacturing.

When combined with rigid thermoplastic substrates, DuraGrip TPE adds an ergonomic soft-touch feel that can increase customer value in applications for industries including appliances, electronics, home improvement, household products, lawn and garden, office supplies, personal care, sports and leisure, and more. Additionally, its physical properties make it ideal for automotive applications.

For information about DuraGrip TPE or to request a data sheet, please visit www.APAinfo.com or call 1-800-663-6005.

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™ (MPR).

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 its 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®, and Melt-Processible Elastomers™ (MPE) are trademarks or registered trademarks of Ferro Corporation. APA is a division of Ferro Corporation.

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July 14, 2021

The United Nations Food Commission Takes Anti-vitamin Supplement Stance; Ignores Science and Widespread Prevalence of Deficiencies

WHO Food Safety director tell CODEX delegates that mega-dose vitamin pills are potentially toxic

San Dimas, CA (PRWEB) July 14, 2021 -- In a major step backwards, a spokesperson for the World Health Organization, speaking before the Codex Alimentarius Commission in Rome (the United Nations body which sets food standards) warned against high-dose vitamin and mineral supplements, claiming a balanced diet is sufficient and that high-dose supplements are potentially toxic.

Jorgen Schlundt, executive director of the WHO Food Safety Department, made these unsubstantiated claims in the face of numerous scientific reports that show billions of people across the globe face vitamin and mineral deficiencies that cannot be remedied thru dietary measures.

"There simply is no way a person, especially a dark-skinned individual living in a northern climate, can obtain sufficient amounts of vitamin D from sunlight exposure or the best diet to prevent common vitamin D-related deficiency diseases such as osteoporosis, rickets, hyperthyroid, cancer, autoimmunity or high blood pressure," says health advocate Bill Sardi, president of Knowledge of Health, Inc., San Dimas, CA. "Nor can fertile females consume sufficient amounts of folic acid, even from fortified foods, to optimally reduce the risk for birth defects in their offspring."

Virtually all 6 billion humans on the planet are vitamin C deficient if compared to most animals that synthesize their own vitamin C. For comparison, a goat, which is about the same weight as a human, produces up to 13,000 milligrams a day. Humans produce no vitamin C internally and must totally rely upon foods for this essential nutrient. Americans consume only about 110 milligrams of vitamin C per day. Due to a genetic mutation that occurred long ago, humans do not synthesize vitamin C as animals do.

A few years ago the American Medical Association, in recognition of widespread nutrient shortages among Americans even when consuming fortified foods, recommended multivitamins for all adults. The WHO recommendation runs contrary to the best scientific studies conducted over the past 50 years.

Various flawed research studies, published in peer reviewed journals, mistakenly claim high-dose vitamin C, beta carotene and folic acid could induce gene mutations or cause cancer. Unfortunately, factitious reports like these are never withdrawn or corrected, are often cited by health authorities and will likely be used to establish upper limits in vitamin pills.

A review of eight years of data produced by the Poison Control Centers of America reveals no deaths from the use of multivitamins. Minor side effects such as temporary diarrhea from excessive vitamin C, loose stool from high-dose magnesium, finger-tingling from mega-dose vitamin B6, and flushing from niacin, are reversible and should not be characterized as toxic reactions, says Sardi.

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July 12, 2021

Patent Bar Exam Updated to Include Latest Revisions of Patent Office Laws and Rules

MPEP Revision 2 will be included in the Patent Bar Exam. IP Enterprises offers a review course updated with the new material.

Arvada, Colorado (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) July 12, 2021 -- Thousands of engineers and scientists already realize that patent law is a fascinating, profitable career field off the beaten path. For one, individuals practicing patent law are virtually secured a front row position on the cutting edge of science and technology.

Secondly, businesses in the science and technology sectors regard patents as their lifeline. Therefore, gaining status as a registered patent practitioner opens many career doors and can transform virtually any scientist or engineer into a highly valuable asset.

The field of patent law is wide open to Biologists, Chemists, Engineers, Computer Scientists, and many other science and technology professionals. Individuals with the proper science or engineering degree need only pass the patent bar to become registered patent agents. Once registered, they may gain employment writing and prosecuting patent applications at law firms, technology transfer offices, biotech or engineering corporations, and government institutes.

“Qualified scientists and engineers across the nation are learning they can gain entry into a very lucrative career in patent law simply by taking the patent bar exam.” states Lisa Parmley, President of Intellectual Properties Enterprises, Inc. “Our goal is to educate people with qualifying degrees about this exciting career option and help them pass the exam”.

Mrs. Parmley’s company has helped thousands of individuals determine whether patent law was a viable career option for them. The company also offers a review course for those who plan to take the patent bar exam. The laws and rules frequently change so it is crucial to learn from a current, frequently updated course.

Visit http://www.patentbarstudy.com to get a head-start on learning more about a career practicing patent law. Find out today if you qualify to take the patent bar exam.

Media Contact
Lisa Parmley
7450 W. 52nd Ave, #M 194
Arvada, CO 80002
303-549-2194
www.PatentBarStudy.com

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Clay Processor Installs DCF Self-Cleaning Filter to Keep Up with Demand

A kaolin clay processing facility has discovered that the Ronningen-Petter® patented DCF self-cleaning filter provides measurable advantages in the processing of slurries.

(PRWEB) July 12, 2021 -- A kaolin clay processing facility has discovered that the Ronningen-Petter® patented DCF self-cleaning filter provides measurable advantages in the processing of slurries.

Improvements in the kaolin clay facility had created a problem for its process engineers — finding a filter to meet the facility’s newly doubled production rate. Their solution was the Ronningen-Petter DCF-1600 multiplex self-cleaning filter. Because the screen on the DCF filter is cleaned on demand and without interrupting production, a consistently high flow rate is maintained across the system.

SITUATION

Engineers made process changes in the kaolin facility and needed a filter that could protect the heat exchanger, keep up with the facility’s higher throughput, and handle the unique screening characteristics of kaolin slurry. In addition, backwashing filters installed in other areas of the plant ran the risk of depositing water into the product and diluting the slurry.

RONNINGEN-PETTER SOLUTION

The facility’s engineers installed a Ronningen-Petter DCF-1600 four station multiplex self-cleaning filter system and have never looked back. The DCF filter mechanically scrapes collected debris from the filtering screen with a disc that moves up and down the screen parallel to the liquid flow, then purges the solids from the filter. This self-cleaning action is performed without halting production, and provides the highest quality filtering under continuous demand. Because the screen on the DCF filter is cleaned on demand and without interrupting production, a consistently high flow rate is maintained.

Higher Flow Rates — The high flow rates achieved with the installation of the Ronningen-Petter DCF filter enable the filtering system to keep up with the facility’s doubled production. And the high quality filtering provided by the DCF filter protects the newly installed equipment that is so critical to the maintenance of the improved production rates.

Does Not Introduce Water into Product — Ronningen-Petter DCF self-cleaning filters offer some clear advantages over the backwashing filters and vibrating gravity screens typically seen in the clay industry.

Backwashing filters that were already installed in other areas of the plant always ran the risk of depositing water into the product and diluting the slurry. In contrast, the DCF does not introduce any new fluids into the product, and the waste purged from the DCF filter is in a small, highly concentrated form.

RESULTS

Increased production rates: DCF filters outperformed and replaced several vibrating gravity screens by increasing throughput and reducing the filter floor space required by 70%

Labor savings: Operators don’t need to watch the filter, since the differential pressure across the filter media conveys its performance and can be monitored automatically.

Material savings: Saves the dollars spent on replacing vibrating gravity screens.

Superior flow rates: 30-200 gpm (113-756 l/min) at pressures to 150 psi (10.5 bar).

Lower maintenance: Saves costs and time.

CONCLUSION

Ronningen-Petter DCF self-cleaning filters, by their very nature, provide kaolin clay processors with higher flow rates and better quality filtering than backwashing filters and vibrating gravity screens typically used in the industry. The DCF-1600 filter meets the challenges of variations in clay properties, particle size and flux rates to protect expensive processing equipment.

APPLICATION DETAILS

Fluid: kaolin slurry
Contaminant: rust silica
Pressure: 80 psi (5.5 bar)
Flow Rate: 200-250 gpm (755-945 l/min)
Filtration Required: 50 micron (0.002 inch)
DCF MODELS

DCF 400 flow up to 30 gpm (115 l/min).
DCF 800 flow up to 60 gpm (230 l/min).
DCF 1600 flow up to 200 gpm (755 l/min).

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Post your question to the Ask Filter Man forum, http://www.rpaprocess.com/ROI/ROISEARCHHOME.asp.

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or call us at +1 269 323 1313.

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July 11, 2021

Industrial Wax Manufacturer Eliminates Hazard by Installing DCF Filters

Filter bags engorged with hot liquid wax were creating a safety hazard for employees at a U.S. based industrial wax manufacturing facility.

(PRWEB) July 11, 2021 -- Filter bags engorged with hot liquid wax were creating a safety hazard for employees at a U.S. based industrial wax manufacturing facility.

The company needed a safer filtration system, and installed a Ronningen-Petter® DCF Mechanically-Cleaned Filter to eliminate user intervention during bag change-outs. The self-cleaning DCF filter also increased the wax manufacturer's productivity and final product quality.

The wax manufacturer makes industrial wax used in consumer wax products such as decorative candles. The final filtration stage eliminated fine particles of burnt wax through a multi-bag filter system. But the system presented some significant safety problems on the finishing line.

Wax kept at a temperature of 300°F during processing put line operators at risk for serious burns during the messy job of filter bag replacement.

Hot wax trapped in the filter bags caused injuries that resulted in downtime and worker's compensation claims.

In addition to the safety issues, the bag filter system was labor intensive and costly to run. Operators replaced an average of 300 bags per batch, and additional change-outs were required between batch runs.

Ronningen-Petter's Solution

Employee safety was a primary concern for the wax manufacturer, and the project's process engineer. They needed a filter system that was capable of filtering thick, viscous wax with minimal user intervention. Ideally, they wanted a filter that would also reduce or eliminate the need to buy, store, and continuously restock the media.

Based on an evaluation of the manufacturer's project objectives and their filtration process needs, Ronningen-Petter recommended a DCF mechanically cleaned filter. DCF's patented design eliminates bags and their associated risks and expense.

Like bag filters, the DCF is a pressurized filter system, but it is self-cleaning and uses permanent, stainless steel media in place of cloth bags. Filtrate flows from top down and from the inside of the media outward. A spring-loaded cleaning disc travels up and down the inside of the filter media collecting contaminants. The downward pressure of the liquid and the continuous scraping of the disc combine to force contaminates to the bottom of the filter where they are eliminated through a purge chamber.

A DCF model 800 was installed on the manufacturer's finishing line, replacing a multi-bag filter system. After just 30 days of operation, the DCF had proven itself an ideal solution.

Results

The DCF filter eliminated the need to change bags. The automated system eliminated operator intervention during bag change-outs and created a safer environment for its employees.

Worker's compensation claims dropped. Downtime previously used for change outs could now be used to extend the filtration process--increasing productivity and throughput. The wax manufacturer also eliminated a significant operational expense--they no longer replaced 300 bags for each batch of wax processed.

The manufacturer ultimately installed three DCF-800 filters at its facility--and is currently planning to replace 25 additional filters on mixing tanks, storage tanks, and at other stages of its production process.

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Researching the Bhopal Tragedy?

Get the facts with this new book. No stories, no drama.

(PRWEB) July 9, 2021 -- Excellent presenation of the 1984 Bhopal, India tragedy. Presents the incident in medical, environmental, and political perspectives. With references in virtually every paragraph, "Methyl Isocyanate and Bhopal" is a must-buy for any Bhopal/Union Carbide Researcher. www.cafepress.com/naheedali

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July 08, 2021

Manufacturers Find New Ways to Keep Cool

New, newer, and newest heat transfer fluids rescue low-temperature processes.

(PRWEB via PR Web Direct) July 8, 2021 -- A fine-chemical producer in Georgia needed a low-temperature heat transfer fluid to replace the flammable-rated product in their reactor loop. A fragrances and pheromones firm in New England needed much lower temperatures than their citrus-derived fluid was capable of delivering. And a pharmaceutical manufacturer in Puerto Rico needed a non-aqueous food-grade thermal fluid because the specified glycol/water solution couldn’t deliver the cooling capacity the process demanded.

All three companies needed heat transfer fluids better suited to the specific requirements of their cooling processes.

Over the past two years, Paratherm Corporation, a long-time manufacturer of high-temperature heat transfer fluids, has developed a new line of lower-temperature transfer fluids, and these products filled the technical needs of all three processors.

The newest, Paratherm MG™ mid-range fluid is a food-grade non-aqueous heat/cool fluid that eliminates the significant design and operational problems found in steam/chilled-water systems. The fluid, now installed in the Puerto Rico application, is recommended for processes operating from 0°C to 260°C.

Processors with more severe low-temperature requirements are discovering the unique qualities that distinguish Paratherm LR™ Heat Transfer Fluid. This food grade (NSF approved) fluid operates between -40°C and +204°C. Its below 60°C flashpoint allows it to be classified as Combustible rather than Flammable, reducing safety concerns. Chemical, cosmetic, and electronic-materials manufacturers have replaced Silicone-based, glycol/water, and other fluid chemistries with the Paratherm LR fluid. This is the fluid that solved problems in the fine-chemicals plant in Georgia.

Paratherm’s cryogenic-range Paratherm CR™ heat transfer fluid (Patent Pending) was specifically developed to provide the ultra-cold process temperatures (down to -100ºC) pharmaceutical and fine-chemical manufacturers need to increase product purity while simultaneously cutting production time. The low viscosity permits higher fluid turbulence, resulting in faster heat removal than silicone liquids or d-limonene-based fluids. These benefits are providing operational and competitive advantages to the pheromone and fragrances producer in New England.

Paratherm Corporation's product line has grown to seven heat transfer fluids and two high-performance system-cleaner liquids, but the service mission of Paratherm Engineers and Staff has remained the same; to use their thorough knowledge and experience with thermal systems and heat transfer fluids, their relationships with heater and equipment manufacturers, and their focused attention on the needs of customers, to deliver smoothly operating systems and applications, and maximum production, to processors that choose Paratherm.

Contact:
Jim Oetinger
Paratherm Corporation
4 Portland Road, West Conshohocken, PA 19428 USA
Phone: 800-222-3611 or 610-941-4900
Web: http://www.paratherm.com/heat_transfer_fluids.asp

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July 04, 2021

Advanced Polymer Alloys Introduces DuraGrip® TPE to Asia/Pacific Region

New material enhances value through ease of processing, strong performance characteristics

WILMINGTON, Del.(PRWEB) July 3, 2021 -- Advanced Polymer Alloys (APA), a division of Ferro Corporation and the world’s leading supplier of Melt-Processible Elastomers™ (MPEs), announced today the availability of its new DuraGrip® Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) throughout the Asia/Pacific region.

APA made the announcement during Chinaplas® 2005 at the Guangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Pazhou, Guangzhou, China. APA is exhibiting at Chinaplas courtesy of Jacobson van den Berg (Hong Kong) Ltd. (Booth D964), its largest distributor in the region.

DuraGrip TPE is a versatile thermoplastic elastomer that enhances the value of end products through its performance characteristics and features, including, when needed, a soft-touch feel. The DuraGrip grades, available in 30 to 80 Shore A hardness, come in easily colorable natural, black, translucent, and clear. Available grades include:

DuraGrip 6000 series – the general-purpose grade that is easy to use in injection molding and extrusion processes. It bonds well to polypropylene and polyethylene.

DuraGrip 6100 series – bonds well to PC, ABS, PC/ABS alloys, nylon, ASA, and other engineered thermoplastic materials.

DuraGrip 6800 series – the FDA-compliant grade designed to offer very good elastomeric properties and soft-touch feel. The 6800 series processes well in injection molding, overmolding, extrusion and co-extrusion manufacturing. It bonds to polypropylene and polyethylene.

“DuraGrip TPE is a soft and durable material that will enhance any number of applications,” said Jeff Senich, APA’s business development manager. “With Jacobson’s support, a whole new market can take advantage of DuraGrip’s ease of processing and design versatility. It will provide molders with greater flexibility, while holding the line on production costs.”

“DuraGrip TPE is a great new product that molders in Asia/Pacific will quickly become comfortable in using,” said Kenneth Tse, director and general manager for Jacobson van den Berg (Hong Kong) Ltd. “It’s faster cycle times, performance, and price point are all important factors to molders in this region. Jacobson is looking forward to working with APA to introduce DuraGrip to our customers.”

When combined with rigid thermoplastic substrates, DuraGrip TPE adds an ergonomic soft-touch feel that can increase customer value in applications for industries including appliances, electronics, home improvement, household products, lawn and garden, office supplies, personal care, sports and leisure, and more. Additionally, its physical properties make it ideal for automotive applications.

For a complete list of distributors, please visit www.APAinfo.com.

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

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ICIS Training Launches Petrochemicals Course In the Middle East - Why the Middle East Will Become the Largest Petrochemical Hub

ICIS is a information provider for the global chemical industry. ICIS are holding a ‘Petrochemicals – A Beginners’ Course’ in the Middle East on 19 September. To be held in Dubai, the course, which is intended to give an introduction to the petrochemical industry, comes at a time when Middle East petrochemical production investment is growing rapidly with several major petrochemical complexes planned to be built.

London (PRWEB) July 2, 2021 -- ICIS, the world’s largest information provider for the global chemical industry, launches ‘Petrochemicals – A Beginners’ Course’ in the Middle East on 19 September. To be held in Dubai, the course, which is intended to give an introduction to the petrochemical industry, comes at a time when Middle East petrochemical production investment is growing rapidly with several major petrochemical complexes planned to be built.

Within five years, the region will account for a significant 20% of global ethylene capacity, the building block from which many petrochemicals are made. The attraction of the Middle East as a production location is the abundance of low cost oil and natural gas. Its proximity to the fast-growing markets in Asia make it a hub for the plastics and petrochemical industries.

Aimed at newcomers to the petrochemicals industry as well as those providing services to this sector, 'Petrochemicals – A Beginners’ Course' explains the fundamental relationship between oil/gas, petrochemicals and the everyday products we purchase and consume. The petrochemical business and fundamentals that drive markets are covered, providing delegates with the tools to be able to apply their knowledge to the bigger picture.

“ICIS training courses bring clarity and focus to often difficult concepts and ideas,” commented Christopher Flook, ICIS training Publisher. “Our training seminars are designed for newcomers to the industry, analysts and service providers, as well as product specialists who want to refresh their knowledge of the big picture. Delegates will learn about how oil and petrochemicals impact one another as they are increasingly used in consumer production,” he said.

These introduction courses to petrochemicals are designed and delivered by ICIS editors and reporters to provide new starters with the tools to understand the basics from both business and technical standpoints.

ICIS training will run this course at The Grand Hyatt, Dubai (19 September) before its successful Middle East Base Oils Conference (20 September). There will also be an ‘Petrochemicals – A Beginners’ Course’ in Cologne, Germany on 14 November.

Visit http://www.icis.com for further details and registration information.

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ICIS publishes market leading regional weekly publications: Asian Chemical News, European Chemical News and Chemical Market Reporter. See ICIS.com for the latest industry TV news broadcasts; key business contacts and data in Who’s Who in World Petrochemicals and Plastics and the OPD Chemical Buyers Directory. ICIS also runs numerous topical industry conferences and training courses.

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New Chlorine Dioxide Horticultural Sanitizer from Griffin Greenhouse and Nursery Supplies Controls Greenhouse Algae

Company enters national distribution agreement with selective micro technologies for Selectrocide™ chlorine dioxide.

Tewksbury, MA (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) July 1, 2021 -- Today, Griffin Greenhouse & Nursery Supplies of Tewksbury, MA announced a partnership with Selective Micro Technologies, in conjunction with the research of Dr. Peter Konjoian, to distribute Selectrocide™ chlorine dioxide to the horticulture market nationwide. In tests conducted over the past two years, Selectrocide has been shown to effectively control algae and unwanted microbial growth in greenhouse production. For growers, Selectrocide will help reduce crop loss due to algae growth and will significantly improve overall greenhouse sanitation, delivering higher-quality plants and improved profitability.

Selectrocide comes in a patented, membrane-enclosed packet that enables growers to generate a solution of chlorine dioxide quickly and easily, in the precise amounts and concentrations needed at the point of use. Once immersed in water, the packet emits chlorine dioxide into the water at a neutral pH. The result is a 99% pure solution of chlorine dioxide and water. This US EPA-registered product is now available for commercial use in greenhouses and nurseries.

Known for over 50 years to be an excellent sanitizing agent, chlorine dioxide has been used to clean public drinking water and kill highly infectious bacteria, fungi and viruses. Its use has been limited to large-scale applications due to limitations in generating chlorine dioxide on site. Selectrocide’s patented technology eliminates these limitations and allows - for the first time - the generation of 99% pure chlorine dioxide in economical quantities, quickly and easily.

Griffin will be selling Selectrocide and delivery system kits to the horticultural market starting on July 1, 2005. Dave Morin, Senior VP of Marketing/Purchasing, commented, “The use of Selectrocide has the potential to bring our customers’ growing operations to cleaner and healthier levels never before achievable, and to maintain that level from season to season and year to year.”

Dr. Peter Konjoian of Konjoian’s Floriculture Education Services has spent 2 ½ years researching Selectrocide, and his relationship with Selective Micro Technologies has been integral in bringing Selectrocide chlorine dioxide to the horticulture market. Dr. Konjoian’s research has shown that algae and other microbial growth can be reduced dramatically in traditional irrigation systems with twice-a-year shock treatments of only 50ppm, followed by ultra-low continuous injection at a residual level of only 0.25ppm.

Further information is available at www.griffins.com/selectrocide or by calling Ian McGain at 610-286-0046.

Griffin Greenhouse & Nursery Supplies, a leading supplier of greenhouse and nursery products in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, was founded in 1947 and has been providing professional, friendly, customer-driven service since its inception. Griffin strives to better serve professional growers in their market areas by following its founder’s vision of maximizing quality and service.

Contact:
Dave Morin
Griffin Greenhouse & Nursery Supplies
978-851-4346
www.griffins.com

© 2005 Griffin Greenhouse & Nursery Supplies. Selectrocide is a trademark of Selective Micro Technologies, LLC.

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July 01, 2021

Strategic Partnership and Joint Venture Between Nethercomm and EN Engineering, the Nicor Gas and A.Epstein & Sons, Int'l, Building Gas Industry Alliances Creating a Primary Pathway for Broadband Delivery Through Natural Gas Pipelines

Nethercomm Corporation and EN Engineering (ENE) announced today their strategic partnership in moving broadband delivery into the future by bringing Broadband-in-Gas (BiG) technology to the natural gas distribution market. BiG enables natural gas distribution companies the ability to offer alternative communication products as a new revenue source. BiG is a compelling opportunity to use existing natural gas pipelines to deliver the next decade of broadband video, voice and data at unprecedented connectivity rates of 100+Mbps.

The partnership between Nethercomm and ENE will enable the advancement of BiG technology to the natural gas distribution market by not only creating a new primary pathway for broadband delivery of content and services but also through a delivery method unmatched today. ENE is focusing on positioning local natural gas companies (LDC’s) across the country as the principle conduit for cost-effective and easily accessible broadband at unparalleled speeds in excess of fiber optics while crossing the last-mile barrier of today’s technology.

Broadband-in-Gas uses radar type signals transmitted “through” the natural gas distribution infrastructure, not only creating a new primary pathway for broadband delivery of content and services but enabling a “previously unobtainable level of connectivity. BiG is a significantly more efficient method of providing broadband communications services which does not require costly routing of copper or fiber optic connections across the “last-mile” of communications nor requires the use of wireless spectrum transmissions which are seriously constrained by regulatory limitations.

ENE’s president, Joe Posewick said, “Our objectives are simple, to use our industry knowledge and experience to provide true value to our clients with innovative technology that not only provides new revenue streams but also cost cutting measures.”

"We are pleased to announce our partnership with ENE and eagerly look forward to supporting their development of a unique consortium of LDCs”, said Ann Nunally, President of Nethercomm Corporation. She went on to say, “We are confident that our partnership will provide tremendous benefits to both the end user and the natural gas distribution industry. ENE and its exceptional team of engineers will enhance this partnership allowing us to create a solid foundation of customers and alliances in taking BiG into the future.”

Nethercomm and ENE are jointly sponsoring a Broadband-in-Gas 2005 Conference on August 24th and 25th, 2005 at the Double Tree Golf Resort in San Diego. For more information on the Broadband-in-Gas 2005 Conference, please visit Nethercomm’s Broadband-in-Gas 2005 conference website for online registration at www.nethercomm.org. Those interested in attending should register and reserve hotel accommodations. Space is limited and registration is required.

ENE was formed by combining the energy engineering experts from Nicor Gas and A. Epstein & Sons, International. ENE engineering professionals have expertise in gas transmission systems, gas distribution systems, oil and liquid pipeline systems, corrosion control design, metallurgical services, pipeline and system integrity, automation and control systems and on-site electrical generation. ENE offers proven, engineering services and an unmatched level of unique expertise with a reputation which goes beyond the traditional role of providing only engineering support to providing integrated solutions designed with success in mind. For more information on ENE, contact Joe Posewick, President e-mail protected from spam bots.

Nethercomm Corporation is a privately held Delaware Corporation, headquartered in Southern California, developing innovative and proprietary communication technologies for the fast-growing broadband and wireless markets. Nethercomm’s portfolio of patents encompasses what is believed to be the fundamental subterranean broadband communications and includes additional patents to protect its technologies and architectures. Nethercomm owns the right to the intellectual property portfolio which encompasses the BiG industry and is employing its rights to make broadband as common as any other public utility.

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