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.
During a training class, a discussion developed as to whether their bowl mill shafts could be rotated during an alignment.
Today manufacturers can rapidly respond to the specific desires of the customers with the help of flexible production and adequate machine capacities.
Boeing has fixed a shimming problem discovered earlier this month on some 787 fuselages and plans to inspect other planes for the error, Boeing vice president of 787 development Mark Jenks said.
Boeing said on Monday that repairs are needed in the tail sections of some of its new 787s, although it said there's no immediate safety concern.
The world's largest building at the time of its construction in World War II, is getting smaller by the day as workers take down the brawny facilities that once processed uranium for atomic bombs.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The owners of a South San Francisco salami plant will pay nearly $700,000 and overhaul its refrigeration system as part of a federal judgment stemming from an ammonia leak that sickened almost four dozen people. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Justice say Columbus Foods will pay the penalty for the August 2009 gas release without acknowledging wrongdoing.
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