ROMIL Hi-Dry anhydrous solvents for water determination


ROMIL Hi-Dry anhydrous solvents for water determination

ROMIL Ltd said that its Hi-Dry anhydrous solvents take the high purity concept of ROMIL-SpS Super Purity Solvents one step further. This exceptional range of solvents delivers extremely low water levels of 50 ppm (0.0050 percent) or less, with many products routinely manufactured to below 5 ppm (0.0005 percent), using coulometric Karl Fischer analysis to ensure specifications are met.All ROMIL Hi-Dry solvents are supplied in packaging designed to maintain the anhydrous state achieved during purification. Read More

 

Fitch Ratings has a stable outlook on the North American chemical industry and most chemical company issuer ratings, supported by expectations of broad-based, solid economic growth, well-considered financial profiles and robust liquidity. Fitch expects that growth over and above GDP will remain elusive as a result of competitive pressures driving commoditization, high penetration in most markets, and lack of game-changing new products or chemistries.Fitch expects chemical demand growth by volume to remain near GDP levels given penetration in most end markets across the consumer, manufacturing and construction sectors.  Read More

Yordas Group, a leading provider of global regulatory consulting services said that it will showcase its globally renowned online product stewardship management system, Chemtrac.Developed in 2011, Chemtrac offers a unique package of in-depth expertise, high-quality current data, and intuitive software tools to support industry with chemicals compliance management. This powerful, comprehensive, time saving and cost-effective software solution allows manufacturers to track, monitor, manage and control the compliance of their chemicals and products.. Read More

 

By Herman Coello: Although the US continues to face economic uncertainty, the chemical industry has seen significant investment and growth. As production expands to meet the world’s future demands, growth in the chemical industry is projected to double by 2035. This seems far away but before you know it, you will be saying the future is here! The question you need to ask yourself is, “Will your processes be completely automated or are you going to be caught having level instrumentation in some vessels and yet continue taking manual level measurements in others – let’s say five years from now?” Read More
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