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Air Liquide, BASF | November 22, 2021
Air Liquide and BASF are planning to develop the world’s largest cross-border Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) value chain. The goal is to significantly reduce CO2 emissions at the industrial cluster in the port of Antwerp. The joint project “Kairos@C” has been selected for funding by the European Commission through its Innovation Fund, as one of the seven large-scale projects out of more than 300 applications.
Kairos@C will be jointly developed by Air Liquide an...
Dory Power | December 27, 2021
Dory Power, a manufacturer of smart battery generators located in Cleveland, Ohio, has upgraded the Dory B7000 model to 7.16 kWh capacity. Dory B7000 is the world's most powerful portable battery generator, for automatic, portable and uninterruptible power supply, no emissions and no noise.
With 3kW continuous power and 6kW peak power, the Dory B-7000 can power all types of common electrical appliances including refrigerator, furnace, air conditioner, microwave oven, computer,...
Euclid Chemical | August 10, 2021
Euclid Chemical, a leading manufacturer of concrete and masonry construction products, has announced the release of EUCON AWA-P20, its new anti-washout concrete admixture.
EUCON AWA-P20 is a ready-to-use liquid admixture designed to modify the rheology of self-consolidating concrete and prevent the loss of cement and fine aggregate during the placement of underwater concrete, while not discoloring the concrete. Featuring thixotropic properties, it can also be used to reduce excess...
CNET | January 28, 2020
When chemicals are carelessly stored, mixed together or even disposed of, fires, explosions and injuries can result. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2019, it's estimated that at least 4,500 injuries a year happen not in a lab but at home when people mix the wrong swimming pool chemicals together. But a new open-source computer program called ChemStor might prevent these dangerous situations from happening -- in labs, offices, schools and homes -- by warning u...
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