Factors That Affect the Design of a Selective Catalytic Reduction System

Owners of industrial plants may use an SCR (selective catalytic reduction) system to reduce the volume of noxious gases, such as nitrogen oxide, that are released from the exhausts of their fuel systems. However, many factors must be considered before an effective SCR system can be designed for your industrial plant. This article discusses some of those factors. Use this information to help you to select an experienced firm to design your SCR so that you avoid being prosecuted for air pollution at your industrial plant. Read More 

How to Make Quality the Focus of Your Medical Device Startup

With the life expectancy of the Australian population increasing year upon year, it's no surprise that you've chosen to enter the medical market. So many new companies are taking advantage of the ageing population that you may be eager to get started with the production process. However, you and your startup team must remember to avoid making speed the focus of your endeavour. While it's important to launch as quickly as possible, quality always needs to be at the forefront of your business. Read More 

What You Need to Know About Double Glazed Windows for Your Home

Some homeowners mistakenly think that the term "glaze" refers to a special coating that is put over window glass, like glazing a doughnut. However, glazing refers to glass panes themselves, so that double glazed widows actually have two glass panes side by side, with a thin coat of air or what is called argon gas between them. Having double glazed windows installed in your home is one of the best ways of increasing your home's energy efficiency, as this added pane of glass helps to keep in your heat or air conditioning. Read More 

Determining Whether Your Building Materials Are Ecofriendly

When it comes to construction of a new home, potential homeowners tend to opt for brick as their choice building materials. Although bricks are strong and durable, they are not necessarily the most environmentally friendly building materials that you could choose. In this day and age when global warming and carbon emissions are becoming a growing concern for many, more and more potential homeowners are looking for greener solutions so as to ensure they are not contributing to the decline of the environment. Read More 

The Benefits of Using Recycled Concrete in Your Next Construction Project

A lot of concrete waste is produced from the demolition of old buildings, destruction of structures by natural occurrences such as earthquakes, and removal of unwanted concrete from road pavements and buildings among other natural and human activities. Did you know that such waste could be of very great importance in your next construction project? During construction, recycled concrete can be used in place of gravel or as dry aggregate that's mixed with fresh concrete. Read More