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More Tenants Move into COVE Facility

companies in the region. We’re glad to have their product design and fabrication capability in-house at COVE allowing tenants to move quickly from product concept to prototypes,” Hanlon said.“While Precise Design maintains long term customers across many industries ranging from food processing to defense, the ocean sciences sector makes up a significant portion of our customer base,” said Bruce Stover, President of Precise Design. “We are excited to open a third location at COVE that will offer on-site design, CNC and conventional machining services. In addition to our

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Seaweed: Fuel of the Future?

macroalgae (seaweed) efficiently and cost-effectively, MARINER project teams are building the tools we need to fully put this resource to work contributing to our energy future," said ARPA-E Acting Director Eric Rohlfing.   In the U.S., seaweed is currently primarily used in food and food processing for humans and animals, and mostly comes from imported farmed product or wild harvests. Expanding seaweed farming domestically would relieve pressure on wild stocks, create jobs and revitalize working waterfronts, WHOI said. Expanded and more efficient production will ultimately lead to expanded

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Cubility Launches CubeLink

Cubility AS, a provider of solids control solutions, has launched CubeLink, a new technology that aims to dramatically improve the transportation of drilling waste.   Based on an existing technology utilized in food processing and commercialized by Cubility and Ellegaard Components A/S with support from Statoil, CubeLink safely and cost-effectively transports drilling waste directly from shale shakers or Cubility’s own MudCube solids control system to a storage unit or final processing unit on a drilling rig.    The system is targeted at onshore and offshore drilling contractors

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Repair a Broken Pipe in Less than 60 Seconds

be five times faster than standard repair clamps, the manufacturer said. Made from marine-grade stainless steel, the Rapid Repair Clamp provides a tight seal for water, steam, gas and most chemical/petroleum liquids and is suited for commercial applications such as marine, oil and gas, plumbing, food processing and emergency services. The Rapid Repair Clamp is available in four widths and a variety of diameters, fitting pipes ranging from 38mm – 930mm (1.5” – 36”) and can be applied to pressurized pipes up to 20 bar. It is also reusable, making it versatile and cost-effective

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Warner Linear Actuators Earn IP69K Rating

high pressure washdowns, high temperature water and dust.   Specific Warner Linear products with the IP69K rating include B-Track K2 DC actuators and actuator-mounted controls, S-Track actuators, I-Track actuators and M-Track actuators. The new rating makes these models suitable for use in food processing, pharmaceutical, medical equipment, marine, construction equipment, agriculture and outdoor applications.      According to the manufacturer, the IP69K rating ensures ingress protection at 176˚F/80˚C (1450psi/100bars), ingress protection of solid foreign objects (including dust)

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