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  • New Oil Spill Response from China (Application Note)
    The Problem: Oil may spill out in the process of oil exploration & development, refining, storage and transportation and enter into open water environment like oceanic environment due to incident or incorrect operation. Oil spill damages include to human heath, safety, ecological environment
  • Grain Mills: Preventative Maintenance and Dust Control (Part 1)
    Every week, we see news about grain mills with dust control and maintenance issues. Simply by the nature of their processes, grain mills have difficulty keeping a clean and safe environment. This series of blog posts will review solutions for general maintenance, oil spill response and combustible
  • Maintenance Aboard the USCGC Frank Drew (.pdf)
    and performs a wide variety of operations such as A to N (aids to navigation), law enforcement, search and rescue, homeland security, oil spill recovery and even ice breaking. It was long overdue for maintenance to improve the efficiency of its heat exchangers.
  • Waterjets Help Stop Gulf Oil Leak
    Water jet technology companies Jet Edge, Inc. and Chukar Waterjet, Inc. recently played a key role in helping BP stop the oil leak in the Gulf of Mexico. The companies provided ultra-high pressure waterjet equipment and application expertise to blast away hydrate ice crystals that had formed inside
  • U.S. Patents | August 2005 | A B T |
    U.S. BATTERY AND FUEL CELL PATENTS Compiled by Eddie T. Seo, Official Gazette, Volume 1295 (June 2005) U.S. 6,901,946 (20050607), Modular spill containment system and method, Douglas Frazier, ExpoPower Systems, Inc. U.S. 6,902,020 (20050607), Interior vehicle battery system and method, Walter J
  • U.S. Patents | 2004 | A B T |
    6,698,448 (20040302), Spill containment system and method, Douglas Frazier, Expo Power Systems, Inc. U.S. 6,698,515 (20040302), In situ thermal processing of a coal formation using a relatively slow heating rate, John Michael Karanikas, Harold J. Vinegar, Scott Lee Wellington, Eric Pierre de

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