Archive | 2010

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December 9, 2010
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Capacity Assurance Marketplace

Adhesive Resource Guide Volume 10 of the Loctite® Adhesive Sourcebook provides information on Henkel’s line of adhesive, sealant, coating and lube products for industrial operations. The material is divided into several application categories that feature product-selector guides and dispensing/curing equipment options.Henkel Corp.Rocky Hill, CT

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December 9, 2010
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Viewpoint: Sustainable Solutions And The Importance of Energy Efficiency

Sustainability is the hottest of topics these days. The concept is now applied to virtually every aspect of our lives. We have sustainable agriculture, cities, design, living, packaging, transportation, even sustainable tourism. With the term being so widely used that it’s descending to buzzword status, those doing business in the era of sustainability risk losing […]

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November 15, 2010
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From Our Perspective: Daring To Imagineer

I’ve been doing a lot of research for my upcoming “Don’t Procrastinate … Innovate!” series of columns outlining innovative, value-based maintenance approaches, tips and tricks for this magazine’s sister publication, Maintenance Technology. The process has put me in touch, so to speak, with a number of industrial and scientific visionaries.

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November 14, 2010
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Problem Solvers

Safer Oil-Pail Carts  Oil-pail carts built with the Creform® System provide safe storage and disposal of oily or solvent-soaked rags. Comprised of plastic-coated steel pipe, mechanical joints and hardware accessories, this easily moved system keeps the pail approximately 24″ above the floor. With its ESD-rated components, grounding a pail to the system structure helps dissipate […]

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November 14, 2010
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Boosting Your Bottom Line: Life-Cycle Cost — The Real Purchase Price

Life-cycle cost (LCC) analysis is a powerful method of evaluating the total costs over the lifetime of equipment or systems. A basic LCC analysis will reflect purchase, installation, operation, maintenance and disposal costs. Looking beyond the initial purchase price will help you understand where your organization spends its money.

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