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Reliable silica monitoring supports power station efficiency

by Hach Company - a subsidiary of Danaher Corporation  (Jun. 26, 2015)

West Burton B CCGT is a Combined Cycle Gas Turbine power station near Nottingham in the UK. It has three open-cycle gas turbines capable of generating enough electricity for approximately 1.5 million UK homes. In common with all combustion based power stations, the CCGT has a requirement to monitor silica levels in the Plant’s water and ...

Evolution of Data Management at Antea Group

by EarthSoft, Inc  (Jul. 2, 2015)

Background Antea Group (Delta Environmental) thrived in the atmosphere of the 90’s UST boom Retail petroleum focused for many years Project teams were local/regional with little resource sharing An Enterprise Solution was needed Began with EQuIS on a remote desktop platform Enterprise was ...

Laboratory Information Management Systems and Traceability of Quality Systems

by STARLIMS Corporation  (Sep. 1, 2003)

Today’s business environment places many demands on technical managers and corporate executives. At a time when global competition forces companies to introduce products at a faster pace with higher efficiency and productivity, quality systems like ISO and Six Sigma, stipulate rigorous testing documentation. Regulatory systems, such as Good ...

Navigating in a sea of paper? - How to optimize your environmental laboratory information management

by Promium LLC  (Aug. 29, 2008)

Would you like your lab to grow both smart and green? In the absence of an optimal Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), today’s environmental laboratories have a difficult time growing adeptly without creating more boxes of paper plus lots of shelves to archive the data, thus requiring investments in more people, equipment, and space. ...

Leveraging Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology to Improve Laboratory Information Management

by STARLIMS Corporation  (Sep. 1, 2004)

(Reprinted from American Laboratory September 2004)   Technologies for identifying unique items using radio waves, also known as radio frequency identification (RFID), have been available for decades. In the past, the lack of ...

How Does a Laboratory Automation Needs Assessment Benefit Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) Implementation and Operation?

by Accelerated Technology Laboratories, Inc.  (Jan. 1, 2007)

Many laboratories may have the expertise to translate manual processes and laboratory automation requirements into a detailed specification document for all of the system requirements, features and functions of a LIMS. However, that may not be the best utilization of their resources. In addition, this can be labor intensive and the laboratory ...

WinLims for contract laboratories

by Quality Systems International (QSI)  (Nov. 8, 2007)

Industry is looking more and more to outsourcing its analytical and testing needs to contract laboratories. This places on those laboratories a need for a flexible, yet structured and error-free, means of handling and reporting sampleinformation and results. There is a key requirement to handle customer contact records, production of quotations ...

Water Sampling and Laboratory Service

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Dec. 1, 1973)

In order for water utilities to provide good water to consumers, periodic testing must be done on that water and a well-planned analytic program will provide that needed information. Unfortunately, in some utilities these tests are done by personnel who are not trained in that area. Discussed are tests which should be conducted on water, the ...

ASTM’s Technical Information Resource

by ASTM International  (Jul. 10, 2014)

All of ASTM International’s standards, papers and chapters, and books can be found, searched and subscribed to in one resource, ASTM Compass. A researcher investigates a new asphalt additive and tests with a standard from Committee C09 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates. An ...

Material control and accountability for laboratory biosecurity

by Inderscience Publishers  (May 27, 2009)

Laboratory biosecurity refers to a suite of measures to protect legitimate stocks of dangerous pathogens and toxins from being acquired by individuals with malicious intent. Intentional misuse presents a different problem than accidental misuse, which is the subject of laboratory biosafety. In particular, the material control and accountability ...

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