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A ‘CRACKING’ GOOD IDEA?

Written by Don on Tuesday, 27 September 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog

A ‘CRACKING’ GOOD IDEA?

The first shipment of US shale gas has just arrived in Scotland. A tanker carrying 27,500m3 of ethane from US shale fields docked at Grangemouth, the refinery and petrochemicals plant owned by Ineos.

Ge-Alston Power (India) & Primasonics International Co-operation

Written by Don on Thursday, 22 September 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog, Latest News

Ge-Alston Power (India) & Primasonics International Co-operation

GE-Alston Power (India) has placed an order with Primasonics International for the supply of 16 Model Q4 (75 Hz) Sonic Soot Blowers together with ancillary equipment for their prestige project in Thailand.

Safe Silo Cleaning Guaranteed!

Written by Don on Wednesday, 21 September 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog

Safe Silo Cleaning Guaranteed!

In a ‘previous life’ I was Mill Manager in a large animal feed mill in Northern Ireland before I moved to England to look after several feed mills. Of course I knew all the plant guys well and therefore I was very sad to learn that one them, Gerry, had been killed. He was inside a raw material silo swinging on a rope trying to clean it when another operative diverted fresh material into the silo and literally drowned him. Over the years I have learnt of many other such fatalities within all types of silo, for example 26 of them occurred in the US alone in 2010, and that is why we at Primasonics designed a Safe, Remote & Effective means of cleaning silos which eliminates the need for manual entry.

When Size is Everything!

Written by Don on Thursday, 23 June 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog

When Size is Everything!

I recently spent a few days in my homeland of Northern Ireland and travelled the short two hour trip from England in the large Stena Superfast VII ferry.

A Word in Your Ear!

Written by Don on Thursday, 10 March 2016. Posted in Primasonics Blog

A Word in Your Ear!

What a wonderful device our ear is, a complex structure which converts pressure fluctuations (sound waves) in the main manner by which we communicate with each other. Let me give you a brief outline of how this ingenious mechanism operates.

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