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Thriving companies at IMTS are investing more in technology
Thriving companies at IMTS are investing more in technology

Thriving companies invest in technologies more than companies that are holding their own, and than those in decline, according to Karen Kurek, partner, McGladrey LLP, citing "The 2014 McGladrey Monitor" report, in the Global Automation and Manufacturing Summit (GAMS), part of the Industrial Automation North... Read More

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ISO standard used to improve machining efficiency
ISO standard used to improve machining efficiency

Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) systems have provided a challenge for machining processes because there isn't a simple way for end-users to communicate high-level process information from... Read More

Schneider Electric moves corporate HQ to Massachusetts
Schneider Electric moves corporate HQ to Massachusetts

For its corporate headquarters, Schneider Electric is switching from hot dogs and deep-dish pizza to chowder. Or to look at it another way, the company is changing its Sox from White to... Read More

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Understanding cavitation: friend or foe?
Understanding cavitation: friend or foe?

We are going to discuss the destructive side of cavitation, a dynamic force almost always unwanted and unexpected. To start, let’s repeat the definition of cavitation: the creation of a vapor... Read More

10 questions for successful shutdown managers
10 questions for successful shutdown managers

It may be hard to believe, but the success or failure of your shutdown (outage, turnaround) is determined long before you shut down the equipment and begin the event. While many treat the shutdown as... Read More

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Product of the Year
The 2014 Product of the Year program is now accepting nominations! See which products are named finalists in the November 2014 issue of Plant Engineering. ENTRY FORM EXTENDED TO: FRIDAY SEPT. 19, 2014
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How is Dew Point Measured Reliably? Which is the Right Dew Point Instrument for Optimized Compressed Air Quality? How do Continuous Monitoring Systems work?
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Safability: Analyzing the relationship between safety and reliability
Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

In this session we will talk about how to leverage the success many sites have had with safety to improve maintenance and reliability. We will also look at how maintenance and reliability can affect safety performance.

Presenter: Shon Isenhour, CMRP, Founding Partner, Eruditio and The Institute At Patriot’s Point.

One (1) RCEP / ACEC Certified Professional Development Hour (PDH) available for all attendees.

Sponsored by: Woodhead-Molex.
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Contrast sensor for neutral and color targets
Contrast sensor for neutral and color targets

The CNTX 30-T contrast sensor is designed to achieve high-speed contrast differentiation... Read More

Motorized blower for industrial, commercial applications
Motorized blower for industrial, commercial applications

The TCC motorized blower is an air-moving package that is designed for industrial and... Read More

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

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Plant Engineering Top Plant Program
The 2014 Top Plant Award will be featured in the December 2014 issue of Plant Engineering and will be formally honored at the 2015 Engineering Awards in Manufacturing dinner.
Nomination deadline extended: FRIDAY, SEPT. 19, 2014.