Stopping Corrosion in the LNG Sector

While corrosion is a serious issue in virtually all oil, gas, pipeline, and industrial facilities, it is a particular challenge for the liquid natural...

Keeping It Cool on Shop Floors

Greg Olson is the heavy machine shop supervisor at Washington Iron Works located in Sherman, Texas. As a supervisor of a twelve-man crew working...

Keeping the Lights On . . . Affordably

In today’s economic climate, power generation providers are stuck between the equipment they need and the equipment they can afford. However, as a recent...

Performance Evaluation for Rotary Vacuum Filters

Tristar, Ltd. is a manufacturer of fabricated components and equipment, including remanufactured filtration systems. The Encoded Digital Guidance (EDG) system is designed to improve...

A Major Leap Forward on Energy Efficiency

By Rachel Gold, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy Virginia has recently made a major leap forward on energy efficiency and can serve as a...

Keeping Spills in Check

By Prajakta Pingulkar Various companies need to use, store, transport, or handle liquids and chemicals that are hazardous in nature. Hence, it’s imperative to take...

Protecting Industrial Facilities from Harsh Environmental Corrosion

By Del Williams In industrial process facilities, corrosion is the biggest single cause of plant and equipment breakdown, including machinery, vessels, structures, supports, and pipelines....

Eliminating System Pulsations and High Frequencies to Extreme Precision

GE Oil & Gas is developing subsea membrane-based water injection systems for improved oil recovery. The exploration and production activity in deeper waters, harsher...

Reliability Gets Its Groove Back

Experienced industrial automation manufacturer and an industrial internet of things tools developer Opto 22 today announced a groundbreaking new industrial system to address the...

Laser Cladding as a Technical Improvement Over Traditional Spray and Fuse...

Laser metal deposition on pump screw; Dan Hayden (left), Tim Wetherbe (right) Typical weld characteristics are a single layer deposit thickness of around 0.04 inches,...