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  • Automatic Leak tester for filled Aerosol Cans

    27 Years of Continued Filled Aerosol Can Leak Testing This 23rd February 2011, we ...


    By J.U.M. Engineering GmbH

  • Micro Leak Detector for Filled Aerosol Cans

    Aerosol Can Micro Leak Detectors for the Water Bath Alternative. These high speed Aerosol Can Micro Leak Detectors are designed by J.U.M. And Bautz Engineering to be applied as the testing unit of the verified water bath alternative, or to be applied after a high speed hot water bath to leak test mono-block aluminum cans. Our Machines detect leaks of all LPG propellants, AP70 ...


    By J.U.M. Engineering GmbH

  • New High Speed Micro Leak Detector for filled Aerosol cans

    Our AeroCan° family of Micro Leak Detection Systems for filled aerosol cans offers a very economical and practical solution to achieve immediate production  savings and improve safety and quality by eliminating bubble detectors and water  bath operators. In addition, the complementary water bath test  method with  partially submersed cans generates accurate data to be easily ...


    By J.U.M. Engineering GmbH

  • Spring Floods and Water Leaks Can Result in Costly Property Damage due to Wood Rot Fungi

    Wood is one of the most popular materials used to construct many types of residential and commercial properties. When properly maintained and protected, buildings made from wood can last for centuries.   As a natural material, termites and wood destroying insects have long been blamed for the destruction of wood in buildings, but they are not the ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Gas Leak Detection Equipment: Why Do We Need It?

    The strongest motivation behind refrigerant gas leak detection is the European Union F-Gas regulation brought into effect as part of the EU’s environmental obligation under the Kyoto protocol to lower refrigerant gas emissions. The much anticipated changes of F-Gas regulation aim to strengthen the existing regulation in terms of reducing leakage of hydrofluorocarbons (HFC’s), to ...


    By a1-cbiss

  • Even Minor Tornado Damage can Result in Indoor Environmental Hazards

    According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), in an average year Texas has 137 tornadoes, more than any other state in the country.  Less than two months into spring and Texas has already been hit with a number of powerful tornadoes that have caused damage to homes and buildings in many regions of the state.  In a typical year in the United States, ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Western China International Fair

    October 18th through 22nd 2011 Western China International Fair took place in Chengdu. With many highly interested visitors seeing us in our booth as part of the Bavarian Pavilion, the WCIF was a very successful event for us. We displayed a ...


    By J.U.M. Engineering GmbH

  • Technology From Berkeley Lab Is First To Solve Ventilation Problems Plaguing Commercial Buildings

    A duct sealing technology developed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is the first viable solution to chronic ventilation problems plaguing hundreds of thousands of commercial buildings across the United States. Aeroseal, an aerosol-based technology, has already proven successful in dramatically improving air flow problems and significantly reducing energy costs for hundreds of commercial ...


    By PRWeb

  • Muhammad Ali Sues Home Seller Due to Mold & Construction Defects

    Yesterday, CBS News reported that Muhammad Ali and his wife are suing a couple they purchased a home from several years ago.  The home, purchased for close to $2 million, is located in Kentucky.  The suit claims the Ali’s were not informed of a host of defects in the property, including leaks and mold problems. Property disclosure laws vary by state, but all require a host of ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Explained: radiative forcing

    This is the first of a two-part “Explained” on the scientific concepts underlying the concept of the greenhouse effect and global climate change. When people talk about global warming or the greenhouse effect, the main underlying scientific concept that describes the process is radiative forcing. And despite all the recent controversy over leaked emails and charges of poorly sourced references ...

  • Propane’s Common Use in Puerto Rico Means People Need to be Aware of Exposure Risks

    Propane is the dominant heating fuel for most of Puerto Rico. Due to the islands’ tropical climate, much of the propane used is for heating water tanks, boilers and for cooking.  It is also used in industrial applications and to power equipment such as forklifts and a growing fleet of vehicles that have been switched from gasoline to operate on propane. Propane is also used to ...


    By Zimmetry Environmental

  • Prepare for the F word!

    New rules from the start of 2015 will replace current requirements covering fluorinated gases (F-gas). Neil Howe, senior legal author with online environment and safety specialists Cedrec, says the biggest impact will be felt on maintenance schedules and companies need to prepare. The new Regulation (EU) 517/2014 revokes and replaces the existing F-gas Regulation (EC) 842/2006 with the ...

  • The EI Group Monitoring Air Quality from Gulf Oil Spill

    Research Triangle Park, NC - The EI Group, Inc. (EI) has recently been retained to monitor air quality in the Gulf of Mexico associated with the BP oil spill.  EI’s industrial hygienists are looking for evidence of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such as hydrogen sulfide, benzene and naphthalene that can evaporate into the air and result in symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, eye ...


    By The EI Group, Inc.

  • Tips for preventing mold allergies

    Allergies affect millions of Americans across the country. Many of these allergy sufferers are allergic to mold, both from indoor and outdoor environments. Mold allergies can cause a host of symptoms for those with allergic reactions, not to mention it can also be a trigger for those suffering from asthma. These symptoms can include watery eyes, congestion, itchy nose, sneezing, coughing and even ...


  • European Commissioner Connie Hedegaard welcomes major step forward to reduce some of the most dangerous greenhouse gases

    Today, the Council's Committee of Permanent Representatives has endorsed an agreement reached between the institutions on the Commission's proposal to significantly reduce emissions of fluorinated gases (F-gases). In welcoming the agreement, Climate Action Commissioner Connie Hedegaard said: "I am very happy to see that our proposal to limit fluorinated gases was unanimously supported by the ...


    By Europa Press Room

  • New School Year could bring Mold, Allergens and Asthma

    Last week, Fox News published the article, “9 Health Hazards Hidden in College Dorms”.  The article discussed health issues college students may face as they begin moving into dorms next month.  Many of these same health issues are just as relevant to the millions of kindergarten through high school students who will also be heading back to school in the next two months. ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Current Issue of IEC Discusses Tornado Damage and Indoor Hazards

    The May 2012 issue of Indoor Environment Connections has brought additional media attention to a video that was recently released by the IAQ Video Network.  The video, “Tornadoes: Avoiding Indoor Environmental Hazards When Rebuilding,” was produced after a record number of tornadoes hit parts of the Midwest.   In response to the ...

  • It’s Back to School but for Some it’s Back to Mold and IAQ Problems

    UltraViolet Devices, Inc. technology prevents contamination of schools by eliminating mold, bacteria and viruses from HVAC systems and providing surface disinfection. August is the time of year that millions of children across the country begin the new school year.  Many school districts use the summer months to conduct maintenance and renovation projects since buildings are ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Measurement makes the difference at Cascade Technologies

    The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) has worked with Cascade Technologies at various stages of its development and growth, from its formation as a spin-out from the University of Strathclyde in 2003 to its current position as an award-winning SME and the only commercial supplier of quantum cascade lasers for identifying and measuring industrial gases. Two of the company's ...

  • Climate-forcing F-gases – new report published

    Fluorinated gases (F-gases) are emitted into the atmosphere in relatively small quantities, but their effect on climate change is increasingly significant. These substances are very powerful greenhouse gases, with a warming effect thousands of times greater than CO2 in many cases. The European Environment Agency (EEA) has published a new report ...

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