Corrosion Prevention at HCL Technologies

The source of the problem was an open drain containing untreated waste/sewerage water which blanketed the whole area with an obnoxious, foul odour. The odours were caused by the presence of hydrogen sulphide gas in methane, which is continuously  generated due to the gradual degradation of organic material in the sewerage and the land fill. (Methane, on its own has no odour
and thus, is not considered as a contaminant). This was causing break down of computer systems and servers, disrupting work and resulting in loss of business. To add to the woes, people working in the plush air conditioned HCL office were feeling extremely uncomfortable leading to loss in productivity.

Conditioned In-vironment yet Servers Breaking down ?

Electronic cities, IT hubs, Television studios, Software parks are now a landmark of almost all major cities. These super modern  buildings with state-of-the- art infrastructures houses BPOs, KPOs, television studios, financial and telecom services and many similar centers which run 24 x 7.

The life line of these facilities is their servers which powers all their work. Downtime means loss of business. Owners,developers,
facility managers all strive to build and maintain a fail safe IT infrastructure. Yet many of these top of the line facilities incorporating
cutting edge technology housed in conditioned power backed server rooms break down all too often.

Bry-Air Dehumidifier helps increase throughput of Spray Drying of instant coffee at HUL by 20%

Spray drying is the preferred drying process because of its economy, short drying time, and usefulness when dealing with the fine, rounded particles it produces. Spray drying is a simple process of evaporating the water content of a concentrate using hot air in a closed chamber. Ground coffee beans are first mixed with water to form a concentrate with 75-85% water content and is pressed through an atomizer. As the droplets fall through hot air, water evaporates. Dry crystals of coffee fall to the bottom of the chamber and are collected there.

Corrosion Prevention at ABC Paper

ABC Paper, a division of Amrit Banaspati Co.Ltd. Sailakhurd, Punjab, (108 km from Chandigarh) is one of the largest wood-free paper plant. It was established in the year 2004 and is a name to reckon with in manufacturing, exporting and supplying of a widespread collection of designer paper bags, kraft bags and kraft paper bags. ABC paper products are known for its environment friendliness- only agro-wastes like wheat, rice-straw, kana grass etc., are used to manufacture fine quality printing & writing paper.

Corrosion Prevention at Jubilant Life Science

Jubilant Life Sciences Limited (formerly Jubilant Organosys Ltd.) is an integrated pharmaceutical and life sciences company. It is the largest Custom Research and Manufacturing Services (CRAMS) player and a leading Drug Discovery and Development Solution (DDDS) provider out of India”.

Controlling condensation at SIRIM-National Metrology Lab Malaysia

The crux of the problem at SIRIM-National Metrology Lab, Malaysia was condensation of water vapour. Condensation causes corrosion and micr-corrosion which in turn leads to inaccurate observations in many critical expoeriments. Condensation is a common problem that ocurs due to temperature differential ie when water vapour condenses on any surface cooler than the dewpoint of the surrounding air.

Who would expect a plush futuristic high tech office to be plagued with a problem typical to process industries !!

That is exactly what the super modern IT/ITes service offices of 3G Global services, Mindspace located in the premium Malad area of Mumbai, were facing.

The buildings, in this area are primarily occupied by call centres of financial services, telecom services, etc. i.e. the service industry, operates 24 x 7.

AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF INDIAN STUDIES A gateway to Indian Culture and Scholarship

Nestled in the busy by lanes of Gurgaon- in the National Capital Region of India, the American Institute of Indian Studies exudes
an aura of being a center of knowledge and learning. This impressive red and white brick building also houses the Archives and Research Center for Ethnomusicology- one of the most extensive collections of recordings/magnetic tapes and cassettes and archival documents relating to Indian music and performing arts.