January 2015 - Equilibar

January 2015

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  • Sponsoring website for Friends of DuPont Forest

    Equilibar is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the website of Friends of DuPont Forest, beginning 2015 with a commitment to preserving the rich natural heritage of the Appalachian Mountains. Known for its biodiversity, world-class waterfalls and extensive multi-use trail system, DuPont State Recreational Forest has always had a close connection to Equilibar. In 1996, Read More

  • Carbon Geo-Sequestration Research

    Researchers at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra are using an Equilibar® Back Pressure Regulator to study granular materials, complex networks, and rock or natural porous media with the goal of developing better ways to sequester carbon dioxide emissions. The research focuses on deciphering the complexity of these materials by understanding the relationships between Read More

  • Higher Pressures for PTFE Regulators

    To satisfy customer demand, Equilibar has now expanded its 100% PTFE Teflon regulator options to higher pressure ratings. Using 1/8″ and 1/16″ PTFE tubing, these regulators can now be rated to 250 psig and 500 psig (respectively). These units incorporate Teflon PTFE/Glass diaphragms and Kalrez FFKM wetted o-rings. The LF1 back pressure regulator featured in the photograph Read More

  • Hastelloy C4 Regulator Used In Hydrofluoric Acid Research

    As part of an advanced thermodynamic study by a chemical manufacturer, Equilibar’s ZF Zero Flow back pressure regulator was custom fabricated from Hastelloy C4 and Kalrez orings to withstand exceptionally corrosive hydrofluoric and sulfuric acid mixtures. Read case study: Integrated Lab Solutions, Gmbh Successfully Uses Equilibar® Back Pressure Regulator For Challenging Study of Hydrofluoric Acid Phase Equilibria

Equilibar News
engineer in laboratory

Innovators serving innovators

Earlier this month, I got a nice surprise in the mail—a plaque from the Federal Laboratory Consortium recognizing Equilibar’s collaboration with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) to develop emergency ventilator technology. The plaque brought back many memories. Just one year ago, as COVID was quickly becoming an international crisis, the Equilibar team was working long Read More

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