Monthly Archives: November 2011
Subject: uv.eb EAST 2011 and future RadTech/NYSERDA Collaboration On behalf of NYSERDA, the End Use Application and Innovation Department and the Manufacturing Technology Development and On site Power Applications Workgroup, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you … Continue reading
The growth of UV/EB technologies has been steady in recent years, even through the recession. The advantages – instantaneous curing, improved performance characteristics and environmental benefits (including virtually no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) and being … Continue reading
A growing number of printing companies are using innovative accelerator technology to print the cereal boxes that grace the breakfast table.
Next time you pour yourself a bowl of Cheerios, thank the particle accelerator that brought you the bright yellow box. A growing number of printing companies are using innovative accelerator technology to print the cereal boxes that grace the breakfast … Continue reading
Abel Recon is nearing completion of a large cured-inplace pipe (CIPP) project that the company has undertaken using technology that is new to the project owner. The relining project involves some 44,000 lf of sewer lines in Elizabeth Township, Pa., … Continue reading
North Carolina seems ripe for growth and expansion with old factories being renovated and bought, new factories being built, a highly skilled and motivated workforce, and low cost of living making this southern state open for business when it comes … Continue reading