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FM-200 Suppression Systems

The most widely used Halon 1301 replacement, FM-200™ provides waterless fire suppression without leaving behind residue or particulate. What is FM-200™? FM-200™ (HFC-227ea) is formed from the elements carbon, fluorine and hydrogen. The primary extinguishing mechanism of FM-200™ is heat absorption, with a secondary chemical contribution from the thermal decomposition of FM-200™ in the flame. […]

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Generator Circuit Breakers

Generator Circuit Breakers were used in multi-unit stations where several relatively small generators were connected to a common bus. The rapid increase in generator size and system fault current levels soon exceeded the interrupting capabilities of this type of switchgear. The unit concept was then adopted where each generator had a separate steam supply [and] […]

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Rodent Repellent System

Rodent Repeller is an electronic device that uses the principle of intense high frequency sound waves (well above the 20 KHz frequency which is the upper limit of the hearing range of the human ear) to drive away RODENTS. They emit intensive ultrasound that is audible and painful to rodents but is inaudible and harmless […]

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MVR Evaporators

MVR evaporator – Mechanical Vapor Recompression                                       MVR re-uses the secondary steam energy produced by its own, thereby reducing the demand for external energy. Principle:                                                                                                                    Its working principle is compressing low temperature steam by the compressor, raising temperature and pressure, increasing enthalpy, and entering heat transfers evaporator for condensation, to make full use of […]

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Design and Analysis of RCC Bunkers

Bunkers and silos are structure that are used as storage tanks. Structural design of bunkers with procedure and design considerations are discussed. The bunkers and silos made of reinforced concrete have almost replaced the steel storage structures. Concrete bins possess less maintenance and other architectural qualities greater than steel storage tanks. They are used to […]

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Green Hydrogen Policy

National Hydrogen Mission. The mission aims to make India a green hydrogen hub and help to meet its climate targets. It targets production of five million metric tonnes per annum (MMTPA) of green hydrogen by 2030 and the related development of renewable energy capacity. Hydrogen and ammonia are anticipated to be the future fuels, and […]

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Grain Storage Silo

Grain is an essential product for living and breathing. Few days are more than enough for rodents, insects and molds to ruin the months of hard work. The reliable way to preserve grain for long period of time without compromising with its quality is by using silo. Silo is a steel structure which is basically […]

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Innovation in Desalination – The Way Forward

In my previous blog we have already discussed about the traditional method of desalination, now we will be talking about newly invented seawater desalination method which may make it possible to achieve 65% product water rather than the typical 40% available using Reverse Osmosis (RO). At the same time, the method may decrease desalination costs by […]

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Concentrated Solar Power (CSP)

Concentrated solar power (CSP) is an approach to generating electricity through mirrors. The mirrors reflect, concentrate, and focus natural sunlight onto a specific point, which is then converted into heat. The heat is then used to create steam, which drives a turbine to generate electrical power. The process can be repeated continuously because CSP technology […]

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Spent Wash Treatment

In molasses-based industry during distillation process of rectified spirits a brown color effluent is produced which is known as Spent wash. It contains high concentration of decomposable organic matter and dissolved salts. The current ethanol production in India is 426 crore liters from molasses-based distilleries and 258 crores liters from grain-based distilleries. This is proposed […]

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