Tuesday, August 9, 2016
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Four causes of water hammer, and how to prevent damage
Four causes of water hammer, and how to prevent damage

Water hammer is never normal in the steam and condensate system and must be always considered extremely abnormal and totally unacceptable in today's plant operation. Water hammer is not only a system issue; it is primarily a safety issue. Understanding the nature and severity of water hammer in a steam and condensate... Read More

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Not just for maintenance: How CMMS benefits other functions
Not just for maintenance: How CMMS benefits other functions

It's true that Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) is typically designed for maintenance operations. With the advancement of cloud-based CMMS/EAM, however, well-designed platforms... Read More

Vibration analysis: Six benefits
Vibration analysis: Six benefits

If your company deals with heavy and intricate machinery, consider creating a predictive maintenance service. Some mechanical problems start small, unnoticed, and end up causing a failure at the most... Read More

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How to manage air quality to improve worker health, product quality
How to manage air quality to improve worker health, product quality

The containment of dust and other air particulates is one of the biggest quality control challenges in virtually any industry. A common byproduct of operations like cutting, grinding, welding, and... Read More

Big Data shouldn’t be too big to manage
Big Data shouldn’t be too big to manage

With the massive amount of information currently residing in existing enterprise asset management (EAM) systems, real-time systems, historians, devices, and condition monitoring systems, the promise... Read More

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2017 System Integrator of the Year Call for Entries
Control Engineering and Plant Engineering are looking for the best integrators in the automation business for the 11th System Integrator of the Year program. The chosen System Integrator of the Year winners will receive worldwide recognition from Control Engineering and Plant Engineering, and will be inducted into the System Integrator Hall of Fame.
Deadline to enter: Aug. 12, 2016.
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Strategic maintenance means understanding all the parts of your plant, understand what needs attention and when, and above all, how to make sure you take the machine down for maintenance on YOUR time, rather then when the machine wants to take itself down. This digital report features articles about achieving world-class manufacturing maintenance and the benefits of a data-driven maintenance strategy.
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System Integrator Giants
Control Engineering and Plant Engineering are now accepting nominations for the 2016 System Integrator Giants program. The System Integrator Giants program (SI Giants) lists the top 100 system integrators among companies listed in the CFE Media Global System Integrator Database, ranked solely on total system integration revenue.
Deadline to enter: Aug. 12, 2016.
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Digitizers with fully synchronous multi-channel acquisition
Digitizers with fully synchronous multi-channel acquisition

The LXI-based DN.649x series is offered from 24 to 48 fully synchronized channels... Read More

LED retrofit kit expanded
LED retrofit kit expanded

The Everline LED Retrofit Kit family has been expanded with the LED Linear Retrofit... Read More

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

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