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Adhesive Advancements

The wearable transdermal patch first hit the U.S. medical market in 1979 as a newfound, innovative aid for alleviating motion sickness. In the years that followed, wearable transdermal patches were developed to help patients manage various areas of health and wellness, such as hypertension, hormone replacement therapy, smoking reduction and cessation, and treatment of pain....


The Future of Refrigerants

In October 2016, nearly 200 countries, with the strong support of the HVACR industry and other stakeholders, came to a landmark agreement in Kigali, Rwanda, to bring about a global phase down of hydrofluorocarbon refrigerants (HFCs). ...


5 Questions to Ask When Choosing A Stainless Steel Hinge

Good design frequently goes unnoticed in appliance operation. But, that’s not to say it isn’t appreciated. High-quality product designs are often not outwardly obvious to the end user, who expects a consistent experience each time they operate the appliance. In many cases, it’s the product with flawed operation that tends to garner more of a reaction—and ultimately unwanted recognition. ...


The Growth in Use of Induction Technology within Home Appliances

Natural gas remains the dominant heat source in regions where electricity is at a high premium and natural-gas infrastructure has been established. Italy, for example, continues to prefer gas for its reliability and lower cost. ...


Is It Insanity?

Albert Einstein is widely credited as having defined insanity as “doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results,” though this attribution is refuted by some.  ...


Breathe Easier: Make Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Priority Number One

Indoor levels of air pollution are often many times higher than the levels outside, according to research cited by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)....