Applications in Japan

  • Premium

    Humid, corrosive and malodorous waste gases

    CTP's expertise with different coating systems, and an energy-saving pre-heater, protect the installation from corrosion even when waste gases are humid.

  • Premium

    Respirometry for the biofuels industry

    By Challenge Technology Distributor in Chiyoda-ku, JAPAN.

  • Premium

    Recycling Solutions for dissolving pulp production

    Demands for environmentally friendly fiber sources have dramatically increased the interest in utilizing dissolving pulp, particularly in textile processes. ANDRITZ has a cost-effective approach to dissolving pulp production that includes a new continuous auto-hydrolysis cooking process coupled with efficient washers and other proven downstream pulp processing equipment.

    By ANDRITZ MeWa GmbH Office in Tokyo, JAPAN.

  • Premium

    Measuring the Biofuel Blend Ratio in Gasoline and Diesel Fuels

    As more mandates for a minimum of ethanol in gasoline and biodiesel in diesel come into effect, major oil companies are blending higher percentages of biofuels at their terminals. A quick analytical measurement method to assess the blend ratio can be a valuable asset for fuel distributors, engine manufacturers, fleet operators, and regulatory agencies. The InfraCal Biodiesel and Ethanol Blend Analyzers offer a quick way to verify that fuel blends are on spec. They are ideal for use for non-technical personnel and measurement results take less than one minute.

    By Spectro Scientific Distributor in JAPAN.

  • Wind Farm Noise Assessment by XL2

    One of the largest acoustic consulting firms in Australia was engaged by the New South Wales Department of Planning & Industry to conduct wind farm noise assessments. The goal was to perform a specialist, independent acoustic compliance audit of three major wind farms located near Canberra, Australia’s capital city. The objective of the study was to conduct a detailed noise assessment at residential dwellings near to the wind farms. Three wind farms near Canberra, Australia, were investigated. XL2 Sound Level Meters were operated on a continuous basis, typically over a six week period at each wind farm. The XL2 was battery powered to enable continuous noise logging for two weeks at a time at each residential site. The recorded data was then processed in accordance with the relevant standards specified in the conditions of consent for wind farms.

    By NTi Audio AG Office in Sumida-ku, JAPAN.

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you