By Ken Bannister, Contributing Editor A couple of weeks ago, I embarked on my monthly pilgrimage to the local big-box-store alley. The reason: to be voluntarily seduced into surrendering my wallet in exchange for all manner of items I didn’t know I needed.
Hydraulic systems are different animals. They require special care and feeding.
Get real when it comes to components. Anything less is too risky.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy (USDOE), industry consumes 20% of our country’s electricity—at over $30 billion a year. Within this national bottom line, USDOE estimates $3 billion could be saved annually through improvements to motor-driven systems.
By William C. Livoti Given the surge in demand for electricity and a projected increase in global population (9 billion by 2030), the importance of available energy can’t be underestimated. In the United States, our nation’s economic growth and prosperity depend on plentiful, reliable and affordable electricity.
Oil mist systems have come a long way since their introduction to the European textile industry over 70 years ago.