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  • New Boundary Technologies Announces Partnership with BinMaster

    January 27, 2010

    New Boundary Technologies has announced a partnership with BinMaster Level Controls. BinMaster and New Boundary will work together to re-brand New Boundary Technologies’ TankVista remote monitoring and control software into BinMaster’s BinLink inventory management solution. BinLink...

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  • Inventory Management System Operator Interface

    January 25, 2010

    The HMI2 is the latest generation in operator interface for the SiloPatrol SE cable-based “smart” sensor inventory management system. The optional HMI2 features two sensor networks that provide operator interface for up to 32 SiloPatrol level sensors. It also contains a universal AC...

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  • BinMaster and New Boundary Technologies Integrate Remote Monitoring and Control Web-Based Software with Web-Based Monitoring

    January 14, 2010

    BinMaster Level Controls of Lincoln, NE and New Boundary Technologies of Minneapolis have integrated the TankVista remote monitoring and control software into BinMaster’s BinLink Web-based inventory management solution for bins, tanks, and silos. The components of BinLink include BinMaster...

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  • Honeywell Selects German System Integrators to Sell, Support Process Control System

    January 12, 2010

    Honeywell has announced the appointment of 10 system integrators in Germany to sell and support its Experion LS process control system for small to medium-sized manufacturers. The integrators will help Honeywell expand its presence into industries that require a combination of loop, logic, and...

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  • Powder Flow 2009 a Success

    January 4, 2010

    Capacity attendance, a delegate list drawn from diverse sectors of industry and academia, and a special appearance by Emeritus Professor Derek Geldart, one of the founding fathers of fluidization technology, combined to make the recent Powder Flow 2009 a success. Held in London on December 16, this...

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  • BinMaster Introduces BinLink Web-Based Bin Monitoring

    January 4, 2010

    BinMaster Level Controls of Lincoln, NE, has introduced BinLink – a Web-based monitoring solution for bins, tanks, and silos that enables remote wireless inventory management of stored material from any computer connected to the Internet anywhere in the world. The core components of the...

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  • Malvern Instruments' Rheology Specialist Wins Award

    December 10, 2009

    Malvern Instruments’ product technical specialist for rheology, Dr. John Duffy, has been awarded the prestigious Vernon Harrison doctoral prize given annually by the British Society of Rheology (BSR). He will receive his award, and give his award lecture, at the BSR Midwinter Meeting at the...

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  • Freeman Powder Tester Plays Key Role at Australian University

    December 9, 2009

    Pharmaceutical science researchers at Monash University in Australia are using the FT4 universal powder tester from Freeman Technology to investigate novel techniques for improving the flow properties of excipients for inhaled product formulation. The team, led by Dr. David Morton, has recently...

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  • UWT Germany Opens UK Sales Office

    December 4, 2009

    The German bulk goods level measurement specialist, UWT Level Control, has announced the opening of its first sales office in the United Kingdom. Based in the historic Shropshire town of Shrewsbury, Graeme Hughes has been supporting UWT clients since October 2009. His objective is to increase...

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  • Leading Scientists to Present One-Day Powder Flow Measurement Conference in London

    November 9, 2009

    Powder Flow 2009: Practice, Theory, Visualisation and Meaning is a one-day conference organized by The Formulation Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) in partnership with Freeman Technology and in association with Dechema. The event takes place on December 16, 2009 at the RSC headquarters...

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