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.
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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.
IMPO sat down with three industry experts to discuss key safety and training issues, and to see what’s new in lifting technology.
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The right angle worm gear gearbox is a relatively simple device, but it often fails due to some common maintenance issues.
In the face of economic uncertainty and growing sustainability initiatives, motor efficiency and lifetime energy consumption should be a major factor in the decision-making process.
Frontline helped its customer to considerably reduce its maintenance cost and greatly extend the useful life of its equipment.
The construction of a new building is a huge undertaking for any company, but when you’re dealing with chemicals there are additional requirements to meet.
Just one percent of NIPSCO customers are industrial users, yet they consume more than 50 percent of the total electricity produced by the utility. Approximately 70 percent of that power is generated from the combustion of coal.
Businesses have a more frugal attitude with an absolute need to control waste and thus increase profitability.
A Portland Fire spokesman says an explosion involving a chemical reactor at a silicon factory has injured two people.
In an industry that demands reliability, availability, and throughput, predictive maintenance can prove highly valuable.
Is your old plant floor beyond repair? Flooring experts weigh in on whether ereplacement or repair is best, and which maintenance best practices will keep your floor in safe condition and looking new long-term.
Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. said Wednesday that it's recalling nearly 700,000 vehicles because of various problems.
There are a number of ways to simultaneously make loading docks and surrounding facilities more energy efficient and more comfortable for employees.
Siemens Sinumerik 840D is the control of choice on turning, grinding, and turn/grind models, resulting in substantial savings for its customer and EMAG.
In the past five years, global competition has forced automakers to improve the quality and reliability of their vehicles — everything from inexpensive mini-cars to decked-out luxury SUVs.