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Trachte’s modular, pre-engineered, pre-assembled enclosures are flexible in size/design, built around an expandable galvanized steel framework, and available in transportable sizes from 4-30 feet wide.

T.D. Williamson, Inc. recently announced the rollout of a 48-inch gas magnetic flux leakage (GMFL) inspection tool, engineered at the TDW facility in Salt Lake City, UT.

The Lincoln Electric Company has enhanced its Vantage® 500 engine-driven welder with a new model in a compact case.

CRC-Evans Automatic Welding is introducing a new generation welding system incorporating laser vision welding and inspection technology.

Mobis Energy offers a flyer devoted to the Cold Weather Technology (CWT) natural gas line heater. The flyer says the CWT line heaters use energy release of steam created during the change of state to ensure a safe and reliable source of process heat.

NIMTech Inc. offers a flyer spotlighting its SonicGauge™ non-invasive ultrasonic technology to simultaneously measure multiple properties of a substance flowing through a pipeline.

Cameron says its Scanner 2200 Flow Computer helps make gas, liquid and steam measurement easy to afford, operate, integrate and optimize.

Shell Global Solutions (US) Inc. and Praxair, Inc. announced Nov. 4 the introduction of a new technology designed to reduce nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) units in refineries. The technology is intended to help refiners address increasingly stringent regulatory requirements while providing operational flexibility and lowering capital and operating costs.

New products from Maine Drilling & Blasting, American Innovations, Telogis, Fisher and Arnold, Inc., Emerson Process Management, Honeywell, Synodon Inc., Inmarsat, Tritech and Chesapeake Tech, GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies, WIT Press, Itron Inc., Coastal Flow Measurement and Globalstar, Inc..

The Small Business Jobs and Credit Act passed by the U.S. Senate Sept. 16 will extend the 50 percent bonus depreciation deduction for 2010. Additionally, it includes approximately $12 billion in tax relief for small businesses and a $30 billion lending fund that will be administered by the Treasury Department.

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