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Absorption cooling makes sense
Absorption cooling makes sense

Sometimes it makes sense to review the current validity of choices made in the past, because basic premises may have changed. A good example of this is previous decisions to choose electric chillers over absorption machines. Each area and application is different, but in many places the absorption solution has become... Read More

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Keeping wireless networks secure
Keeping wireless networks secure

Security is a growing concern on all industrial networks, whether wired or wireless, but because wireless data travels over the air, it leads to special concerns. There is always the question of,... Read More

Is Lean relevant in today’s economy?
Is Lean relevant in today’s economy?

For years, I’ve been helping CEOs and executives understand how to present and introduce Lean in order to overcome the all-too-familiar concern of labor force reduction. It simply goes without saying... Read More

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Energy-smart industrial architecture
Energy-smart industrial architecture

Today's factories and warehouses are different from the designs of only 20 years ago. Evolving industrial building codes, increased robotic operations, heightened ventilation requirements, and new... Read More

Scaffolding systems can support a higher level of productivity
Scaffolding systems can support a higher level of productivity

In modern scaffolding operations, the use of improved communication, precise planning, and innovative project management techniques has enabled crews to achieve more efficient results with a leaner,... Read More

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Plant Engineering 2015 Maintenance Study
Respondents to the Plant Engineering 2015 Maintenance Study identified nine important high-level findings impacting the manufacturing industries today.
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5-Step Shaft Alignment Procedure
Precision alignment is an essential part of a proactive reliability program. Download a simple and effective procedure for shaft alignment of rotating equipment. Download the infographic now!
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Motor and Drive System Considerations to Ensure Maximum Performance, Increase Reliability and Extend Product Life
Presenter William R. Finley will provide information about what kind of special application conditions need to be known and understood, to ensure the components will perform well in the application and/or work together as a system; and how to achieve the best performance and system reliability.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 11 a.m. PT /1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

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Vertical turning machine for manufacturers and subcontractors
Vertical turning machine for manufacturers and subcontractors

The VL 2 vertical turning machine is a universal production tool that has a small... Read More

Push-quick fittings designed to connect pneumatic components, piping
Push-quick fittings designed to connect pneumatic components, piping

Clippard Push-Quick Fittings are designed to connect pneumatic components to each other and system... Read More

Dust-collection unit for facilities
Dust-collection unit for facilities

The GoldLink system provides round-the-clock access to dust-collection operations by monitoring... Read More

HMI panel for communication protocols
HMI panel for communication protocols

The TP3000 series human machine interface (HMI) employs a rugged, all-metal housing with a... Read More

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