chipping News

  • E-trash recycle: Chips are up

    Take a good look at your shelves and the hidden corners of your cupboards. You are bound to find at least one gadget that you had hoarded simply because it had lived up to its worth or because you had replaced it with a newer model. A survey by Nokia reveals that only about three per cent of people recycle their mobile phones. A big reason why old gadgets and electrical appliances gather dust is ...


    By Eco Recycling Ltd

  • Legionella chip wins innovation prize

    The TNO Legionella chip has won the first innovation prize awarded by the European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (EARTO). The prize has been awarded because of the product’s social and economic relevance. In the lab the Legionella chip makes it possible to establish within four hours whether a water sample contains Legionella and, if so, whether this is a pathogenic ...


  • Household Green Waste Chipping/Shredding

    Local Authorities are finding that the most cost effective way to meet recycling targets for domestic green waste is to chip and shred at source and then leave for the householder to use as mulch or for composting. GreenMech have been working closely with Worcestershire County Council and Redditch Borough Council to find ways to help reduce the amounts of domestic green waste going to landfill. ...


    By GreenMech

  • Morbark introduces new drum for increased chip quality

    After substantial design analysis and in-field testing, Morbark today introduced it’s new Advantage 3 high performance chipping drum, which significantly improves chipquality in large volume wood chipping equipment and reduces recurring wear-part and maintenance costs approximately 70%, to just a fraction of the cost of conventional chipping drums. Most of the significant ...


  • Master Magnets maximise ECOs’ wood chip profits

    Major UK composting company ECO Sustainable Solutions recently contacted Master Magnets Ltd with a metal contamination problem, which if solved, would significantly increase the value of their wood chip.ECOs’ wood chip is supplied for many different uses including playgrounds, pathways, gardens and parks. It is for this reason that the 50mm wood chip is required to be a completely metal-free end ...


    By Master Magnets Ltd

  • Briquetting of aluminium chips - more profitable than ever

    Companies which manufacture aluminium are under a rising cost pressure. In the recent past this industry has had to face the higher costs for coolants and also the increasing prices for the metal, while the sales prices are still under the same pressure as before. Briquetting is an economical and ecological addition to the recycling process. The value enhancement with aluminium briquettes ...

  • picoGC, the Revolutionary ‘lab-on-a-chip’ Micro-GasChromatograph

    The aim of picoGC project is to develop a new MEMS-based device that will integrate, in a single and robust unit at chip level, all the analytical functions necessary to perform gas chromatography analyses with the best performances never achieved by currently MicroGC ...


    By Pollution Srl

  • Researchers chip away at ice-covered mountain in Antarctica

    An international interdisciplinary research project to unlock the mysteries behind a great unexplored region in Antarctica has got off the ground. Part of the International Polar Year (IPY) 2007-2009 programme, the 'Antarctica's Gamburtsev Province' (AGAP) project will look for the oldest ice on Earth, investigate subglacial lakes and explore the Gamburtsev mountains. These and other activities ...

  • Smart Lighting Driver, Controller and Sensor Chips Market

    ResearchMoz.us include new market research report "Smart Lighting Driver, Controller and Sensor Chips Market" to its huge collection of research reports. The objective of this report is to identify and quantify the opportunities for electronics in smart lighting systems over the next eight years.  It is designed to become required reading for firms in the semiconductor industry that want to ...


  • Agilent Technologies Oligo Design Tool Expanded to Include Custom CGH, ChIP-on-Chip, DNA Methylation Array Capabilities

    Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today introduced an enhanced version of SureDesign software enabling clinical researchers to design customized CGH (comparative genomic hybridization), ChIP-on-chip (chromatin immunoprecipitation), and DNA methylation microarrays for molecular cytogenomics and other applications. The new version of SureDesign replaces these microarray applications for the ...


    By Agilent Technologies, Inc.

  • Optimal separation of iron particles from wood chips

    Goudsmit Magnetic Systems BV has developed overbelt electro magnets that are suitable for dusty explosion-sensitive environments in ATEX 22 zones. These magnets are suitable for the removal of iron particles from recycling and/or bulk handling .material flows such as wood, garbage, RDF (Refuse Derived Fuel), hard coal, or cement. In short, materials that will be increasingly recycled and/or used ...

  • Local government association responds to bBig brother claims about chips in bins

    An investigation into privacy intrusions should be focusing on “more important issues” than the country’s rubbish bins according to the Local Government Association. The report, Lifting the Lid, by the organisation Big Brother Watch, part of the Tax Payers’ Alliance, looks into the number of councils placing microchips into bins and what this means for people’s privacy. Big Brother Watch believe ...

  • PRAB adds chip removal and coolant filtration conveyor to product line

    PRAB now offers the Live Link™ Filter Conveyor chip removal and coolant filtration system that easily integrates into machining centers. The innovative technology features a steel belt conveyor to remove a broad spectrum of chips from the machining center, while recycling coolant back into the coolant tank at the same time. Four Live Link hinges are placed strategically on the steel belt ...


    By PRAB, Inc

  • New quick-conversion kit allows Morbark grinders to produce chips

    Morbark, Inc. announced the successful demonstration of a quick conversion kit that enables horizontal grinders to produce chips in addition to mulch. In a live demonstration today at the company’s Demo Days event, Morbark produced high quality chips with a Morbark® 4600XL Wood Hog™ Horizontal Grinder configured for chipping, and demonstrated the same machine grinding with its usual hammermill ...


  • PRAB spotlights system approach to chip processing equipment during IMTS 2012

    PRAB scrap metal and fluid recycling engineers will be on hand at IMTS in Booth E-5664 (held Sept. 10-15 at McCormick Place in Chicago) to meet with attendees to discuss the efficiencies and benefits of scrap metal handling, fluid filtration, and recycling systems. Engineered to address unique manufacturing and industry challenges, PRAB chip handling systems can increase profits by ...


    By PRAB, Inc

  • PRAB introduces lighter-duty drag conveyor for chip removal at CNC

    PRAB now offers a lighter-duty version of its proven drag conveyor technology that easily integrates under certain types of CNC machines for removal of chips at the source. portable_lowprofile“We’ve redesigned our drag conveyor in a low-profile format to easily integrate under machining centers,” said Mike Porter, PRAB Systems Project Engineer. “PRAB’s new ...


    By PRAB, Inc

  • Prab will feature complete stamping and Chip Processing Systems at Fabtech Mexico 2015

    PRAB, Inc., a global leader in complete integrated chip and fluid processing and stamping scrap handling systems will feature its full line of integrated and modular capabilities at FABTECH, May 5-7, 2015 in Monterrey, Mexico. PRAB will have equipment demonstrations and technical staff in booth 2105 in the Metalform and Machining section of the show. The booth is sponsored by Promotores ...


    By PRAB, Inc

  • Asian chip manufacturers will buy most of the environmental and flow control products

    By 2015 semiconductor manufacturing will be concentrated in Asia. At that time 74 percent of the production and 70 percent of the revenues will be generated in Asia. The McIlvaine Company (http://home.mcilvainecompany.com/) forecasts that in 2015, 78 percent of the world's semiconductor equipment purchases will be for Asian chip fabrication facilities. By 2015, the ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Horiba announces results above expectations with exhaust analyzer and chip orders bottoming

    Horiba announced 1Q operating profits of 2.0 billion yen (US$20.8 million), -3% year-on-year, well above street forecasts and initial 1H guidance of 1.0 billion yen, or US$10.4 million. Sales were in line with expectations, but expenses fell 1.5 billion yen, or US$15.6 million year-on-year, more than expected. While 1H profit guidance was raised, Horiba left initial FY12/09 guidance unchanged. ...


    By Japan Corporate News - JCN

  • NIH funds next phase of Tissue Chip for Drug Screening program

    The National Institutes of Health will award funds to support the next phase of its Tissue Chip for Drug Screening program to improve ways of predicting drug safety and effectiveness. Researchers will collaborate over three years to refine existing 3-D human tissue chips and combine them into an integrated system that can mimic the complex functions of the human body. Led by the National Center ...

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