The General Motors brand said Tuesday that buyers can get refunds if they return their 2012 or 2013 vehicles for any reason.
Why rush to fix the machine when you’ve got a downstream operator with a ball-peen hammer?
Once production machinery or the associated control device unexpectedly shuts down, the whole maintenance department moves into scramble mode.
From prototyping to pick slip, handicraft to high tech, industrial assembly equipment needs to support a variety of operators in a variety of jobs.
Heineken needed a tool that could store calibration results, show the calibration history trend, and provide quick access to calibration data.
Foster transformers are built for the long haul - with a trio of transformers recently replaced after decades of service.
Used in everything from cleaning to metal work, abrasives efficiency and safety are taking center stage for many manufacturers.
There’s more to the forklift story these days, as functionality improves and dealers and aftermarket parts providers help guide users towards better safety and maintenance practices.
STAMP is an industry acronym that stands for Size, Temperature, Application, Media, and Pressure. Knowing each will help you select the right part for your application.
Production equipment lead internal temperatures to rise to 140 degrees F at the 50 foot high caster deck, making it uncomfortable and dangerous for workers.
Metrics are important. However, we must remain vigilant against the misleading potential of metrics and should establish behaviors to guard against metrics-driven mistakes.
Lawmakers are debating if car manufacturers should be required to provide software needed to diagnose car trouble to independent repair shops and vehicle owners.
You know what’s even better than a quick thanks and a pat on the back after somebody makes your life a little easier or your factory run a little smoother? Giving them a bunch of cool stuff.
Conveyor manufacturers discuss the ways their systems are getting smarter, and how your maintenance programs can improve because of it.
Considered a basic, albeit vital, staple for a variety of manufacturing operations, this “fourth utility” (behind water, electricity, and natural gas) is the number one use of energy for many manufacturers.
The most important thing you can do for your equipment is get ahead of a breakdown. Do you have the right tools to properly inspect your machinery before it's too lat?
Maintenance of equipment in a food processing plant is, in many ways, similar to the maintenance performed in any other industrial plant. The need for extended lubrication cycles, reduced downtime, and increased safety remains the same.
Sometimes you can’t help but wonder if one seemingly insignificant bother, left untreated, could develop into a major hurdle.
It’s almost mind-boggling to think about how many manufacturing processes — and their associated risks — have changed over the years.
In the end, you can get better results if your operators drive deeper in their RCA questioning and look for the cause of the cause.
By demonstrating a commitment to safety products by adopting a formal inventory management program, manufacturers are sending a strong, positive message to staff about the importance of safety.
As we move into Earth Week, Grainger has a few simple tips that can help businesses and institutions manage their energy efficiency.
The Alabama Power Company was experiencing process interruption failures--its pump had failed six times in a six-month period.
One of the prime enemies of controlling a chemical reaction is excessive heat generated by the reaction itself, which can make a process unstable and corrupt the outcome.