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Innovative energy management strategies help a Maine paper mill stay competitive
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Like much of the rest of Maine, the town of Rumford is well known for the beauty of its natural surroundings. But for more than a century Rumford in particular has also played host to one of the largest paper mills in the Northeast, churning out as much as 550,000 tons of paper and 125,000 tons of pulp annually.... Read More

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Four tips for sealing dock door gaps
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The infiltration of dust, bugs and outside elements into loading dock areas, as well as loss of expensive heating or cooling energy, are common problems in many industries, from food and beverage to... Read More

The evolution of work processes can deliver revolutionary results
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Over the past two decades, manufacturing companies in a broad range of industries have come to understand that improving maintenance efficiency and effectiveness is critical to minimizing downtime... Read More

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Energy storage tops the list of requirements for PV inverter buyers
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A new survey conducted by IMS Research – now part of IHS Inc. – of more than 400 global photovoltaic (PV) inverter customers has revealed a rapidly growing need for energy storage in PV systems.... Read More

Bosch Rexroth expanding hydraulics plant in S.C.
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Bosch Rexroth will invest $80 million over the next five years to expand its hydraulics manufacturing campus in South Carolina. Gov. Nikki Haley and Bosch Rexroth Americas President Berend Bracht... Read More

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Machine Safety: Does a CE mark make a machine safe?
Machine Safety: Does a CE mark make a machine safe?

Machine safety discussions have risen to new heights with improved computing technology and... Read More

Machine safety standards: ANSI Z10 versus new ISO 45001 in late 2016
Machine safety standards: ANSI Z10 versus new ISO 45001 in late 2016

The standard ANSI Z10-2005 is a machine safety concern and an opportunity. I barely... Read More

Machine Safety: We haven’t finished assessing cloud computing; here comes the fog
Machine Safety: We haven’t finished assessing cloud computing; here comes the fog

Microsoft, Apple, Cisco Systems, IBM, Google, Facebook, HP, Sony, and other "big... Read More

Machine Safety: Which safety circuit design is required?
Machine Safety: Which safety circuit design is required?

First of all, is everyone familiar with “B” level and “C” level machine safety standards? Secondly,... Read More

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