Noah Tech Blog

4 Questions Manufacturers Should Ask Their Chemical Suppliers

Posted by Diane Milner on Oct 23, 2017 10:05:00 AM

Chemicals are an integral component of the global supply chain. Manufacturers around the world rely on chemical suppliers to be transparent, reliable, and compliant; the pressure on manufacturers to ensure the chemicals they use are verifiable is growing every year.

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Topics: Purchasing Chemicals, Chemical Manufacturing

How Chemical Companies Should Prepare for Natural Disasters

Posted by Diane Milner on Oct 2, 2017 9:08:00 AM



Chemical companies have a responsibility to prepare for natural disasters.

As we saw all-too-recently in Texas, natural disasters can wreak havoc on industrial operations; they don’t take exception to volatile chemical facilities. It’s in the best interest of chemical companies – and of the public – for facilities to always be adequately prepared for the worst.

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing, Natural Disaster

3 Advancements in Polymer Technology

Posted by Diane Milner on Jul 11, 2017 9:12:00 AM

Advanced polymers are one of the most exciting technologies in chemistry today. Suitable for a wide range of applications, polymers are literally the building blocks of our lives; they provide support, structure, and durability to thousands of products we interact with each and every day. Advancements in polymer technology have the potential to revolutionize medical treatment, space travel, fuel consumption, and more.

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing, Chemical Compounds, Polymers

Vanadyl Sulfate: More than Just a Pretty Color

Posted by Diane Milner on Nov 7, 2016 10:35:00 AM


Vanadyl Sulfate is one of the most heralded supplements of the moment. It’s distinguishable by its bright blue color and often used to treat diabetic symptoms when ingested. Noah Technologies makes high-purity vanadyl sulfate in-house in quantities that vary per request.

What more is there to know about this wonder-compound?

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing

Is Continuous Processing Better than Batch Processing?

Posted by Diane Milner on Oct 31, 2016 9:42:00 AM

Materials processing, specifically chemicals processing, can be a long and complicated process. Batch processing has long been the standard methodology in the industry, but advances in technology are bringing questions to light. Is batch processing better than the alternative of continuous processing?

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing

Why You Should Thank a Young Scientist from Ohio for Commercially Available Aluminum

Posted by Diane Milner on Sep 3, 2016 12:30:00 PM

Did you know that until the late 1800s, aluminum was a semi-precious metal comparable to silver? Aluminum, though technically abundant in the earth’s crust, is made from a brown rock called bauxite. For millennia, everyone from the Persians to the Egyptians used naturally-occuring aluminum for things like pottery, dyes, and medicines.

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing

Safety Considerations for Scaling Up Production Capabilities

Posted by Diane Milner on Aug 19, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Industrial-level chemical manufacturing requires acute attention to detail. Safety considerations for employees and scientists should always be the primary concern when deciding whether and how to scale up production.

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing, Chemistry, Chemical Safety, Chemicals Industry

Is it Time to Switch Your Chemical Manufacturing Supplier?

Posted by Diane Milner on Jun 26, 2016 12:30:00 PM

Finding the right chemical manufacturing supplier can be a challenge. A variety of factors should be considered in the decision-making process, and best-practice dictates reviewing your vendor(s) at least once every two years. But how do you know when it’s time to consider switching from one supplier to another?

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing

Big Data and Chemical Manufacturing

Posted by Diane Milner on May 8, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Chemical processors and consumers are increasingly warming to the idea of Big Data. Cloud computing – that is, storing Petabytes worth of information wirelessly, available to access – is changing everything from the way researchers study causation to the processes behind manufacturing lines, and more.

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Topics: Chemical Manufacturing