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What’s involved in an energy audit?
What’s involved in an energy audit?

There are many considerations for saving both money and energy at a facility. To ensure that you are moving in the right direction, however, it may be necessary to have an energy audit conducted. These are typically conducted by a third party who follows specific guidelines and works with in-house auditors, if they... Read More

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Do you have air leaking from your pipes?
Do you have air leaking from your pipes?

To measure the efficiency of any operation, observe the amount of power produced by the energy input, which can be true of electrical power going into a motor, but it is also true of any factor that... Read More

Why do hydraulic systems get hot?
Why do hydraulic systems get hot?

Is it really possible to design reliability into a hydraulic system? Let's consider one of oldest problems that plague many hydraulic system designers, reliability engineers and maintenance... Read More

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Lubrication 101
Lubrication 101

The need for lubrication in mechanical systems is understood-and sometimes it can be taken for granted. The following information covers some of the basic issues in lubrication, such as making the... Read More

Arc flash safety requires planning and design
Arc flash safety requires planning and design

For electrical engineers and electrical workers, the risk of arc flash hazards is a primary safety concern. Arc flash events produce high-energy outputs of heat and pressure, reaching temperatures as... Read More

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Digital Edition
Did you know a digital version of the magazine is released every month? It is easily viewed from your desktop or tablet device and includes interactive links. The June issue covers the 2016 Lubrication Guide and The Road to IANA.
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Electrical Certification Programs
AVO Training’s 10 different Electrical Certification Programs may be completed in any order within an 18-month period, and they remain valid for up to 3 years and meet the requirements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269(a)(2)(vii). Learn more.
Upcoming Webcast
The Link Between Maintenance and Electrical Safety
Speaker Shon Isenhour will discuss the important link between maintenance and electrical safety and how best practices in both areas can be coordinated to produce a safer and more efficient electrical system. One (1) Certified Professional Development Hour (PDH) available for all attendees.

Thursday, July 14, 2016 at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

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Bearings with enhanced formulas for more applications
Bearings with enhanced formulas for more applications

The Solid Oil bearings have added enhanced formulas to benefit more applications and are... Read More

Self-regulating heating system for supply lines
Self-regulating heating system for supply lines

The EasyHeat In-Pipe Self-regulating Heating System is designed to provide economical,... Read More

Precision levels for eliminating dog-legs
Precision levels for eliminating dog-legs

IDEAL Precision Levels are designed to eliminate dog-legs when making saddle or offset bends to... Read More

Rotor-stator gap measuring system
Rotor-stator gap measuring system

The GMS-750RS rotor-stator gap measuring system is a maintenance tool designed for measuring... Read More

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