Sustainability June 18, 2018

2018 Lubrication Guide

The science and art of lubrication often is as important as the mechanical functions it enables.

By Bob Vavra, CFE Media
Sponsored White Paper Sustainability May 31, 2018

Evaluation Guide: HVLS Fan Networking Controls & Building Management

This guide explains how to integrating HVLS (High Volume, Low Speed) fans into a BMS.

By CFE Media
Sustainability May 26, 2018

U.S. Bank Stadium: America’s newest sports and entertainment venue

Natural gas helps to maximize the efficiency of the stadium’s operations for a better bottom line.

By Gas Technology
Sustainability May 24, 2018

Tribologist and lubrication group names president for 2018-19

The Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE) announced Greg Croce, a technical manager for Chevron Products Company, has been named president of the group for 2018-19.

Sustainability May 22, 2018

Gaining efficiency from hydronic boilers

Hydronic systems are gaining popularity due to their ease of installation, quiet operation, and safety compared to other heating technologies.

By Gas Technology
Sustainability May 18, 2018

Advances in dryer design

Industrial dryers are overcoming unique challenges and making improvements in energy efficiency, process control, and drying uniformity.

By Gas Technology
Sustainability May 17, 2018

Industrial gas humidification

Gas humidification systems are becoming increasingly popular across North America due to the relatively low cost of natural gas.

By Gas Technology
Sustainability May 14, 2018

Top 5 Plant Engineering articles, May 7-13

Articles about measuring ERP value, energy management, selecting an EAM solution, and more were Plant Engineering's five most clicked articles from last week, May 7-13. Were you out? You can catch up here.

By Sierra Grayson, CFE Media
Sustainability May 10, 2018

Energy Management: Your questions answered

Webcast presenter Tom Wenning from Energy Efficiency Research & Analysis (EERA) answered additional questions about topics such as artificial demand, dilute/dense phase transport replacement, and why you shouldn't open manual drain valves.

By Tom Wenning, Energy Efficiency Research & Analysis (EERA)
Sustainability May 10, 2018

CHP: Brewing up energy savings

Improved efficiency, inexpensive fuel source, control over power and heat, and access to high-quality onsite-generated power and heat make combined heat and power (CHP) an increasingly attractive prospect.

By Gas Technology