Photo 1 caption. Sealed luminaires installed in the U.S. Pet Nutrition plant in Lyons, GA., helped support certification by major accreditation organizations, including the FDA and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Lighting February 17, 2022

Luminaires can reduce food processing plant downtime

Sealed luminaires meet standards, address myriad challenges

By Lynn Walldorf
Lighting February 13, 2014

The fight against Legionella

How keeping Legionella out of water systems can reduce the risk of infection.

By Mark McGinn, director of sales, expert solutions for Spirax Sarco
Lighting May 16, 2013

Screwdriver with LED lights

The 2-Position Ratcheting Screwdriver with LED light technology has two LED lights and a 45-tooth ratcheting mechanism with forward, reverse and locked positions to quickly tighten or loosen fasteners

Lighting March 28, 2013

PM optimization as a routine

Without routines, you run the risk of causing undue suffering on the machinery parts or end up with a monumental mess to clean up.

By G. Keith Diepstra
Lighting December 7, 2012

Use infrared imaging for energy auditing

With training, you can do it yourself

Lighting October 26, 2012

Troubleshooting your piping integrity takes a joint effort

A robust maintenance plan will expand life expectancy of nonmetallic expansion joints

By Sherwin Damdar and Stephen Cramb, Garlock Sealing Technologies
Lighting October 22, 2012

Georgia Tech study: Sales, Lean, skilled worker help needed

Re-shoring on the rise in the state, according to a Georgia Tech study report

Lighting August 13, 2012

Manufacturing Day: An open house for manufacturing

The SME Education Foundation will support Manufacturing Day on Oct. 5, 2012.

By Source: SME Education Foundation
Lighting June 26, 2012

A bright future for LEDs equals an educated consumer

Education is the key to getting the general consumer to learn about and ultimately understand what LEDs can do for them.

By Philip Smallwood, IMS Research (IHS Inc.)
Lighting June 13, 2012

CMMS takes the guesswork out of safety inspections

If you want to score points with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) auditor next time he pays a surprise visit to inspect your plant, show him an on-demand preventive maintenance (PM) report from your computer maintenance management system (CMMS) and watch the corners of his mouth turn slightly upward.

By Paul Lachance, Smartware Group