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2004/December
Author:Alan Lovett, National Technoloty Transfer, Inc.
Every step must be well thought out, from planning to instruction to follow up. There is a growing concern in the U.S. over a skill shortage in the technical trades crucial to run American industry. With many seasoned veterans planning ...
Wednesday, 01 December 2004 | 13906 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2004/December
Author:Andy Winzenz, Lord Corp.
As a major manufacturer and distributor of uncoated free sheet papers, containerboard and corrugated containers, newsprint, and market pulp, Boise Paper Solutions, Boise, ID, markets itself as a company that provides consistent and efficient ...
Wednesday, 01 December 2004 | 3692 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2004/December
Author:John Snell and Matt Schwoegler, Snell Infrared
Thermography is a powerful tool for locating or verifying levels in tanks and silos. All too often existing level-indication instruments are not reliable or positive verification of instrumentation readings is required. When properly used,...
Wednesday, 01 December 2004 | 3124 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2004/December
Author:Mark E. Lawrence, Air Liquide America, and Edwin K. Jones, Consultant
Benchmarking is key to improvements Air Liquide America (ALA) is part of the Air Liquide Group, the global leader in industrial and medical gases, headquartered in Paris, France. Its products include air gases such as nitrogen, oxygen, and...
Wednesday, 01 December 2004 | 2623 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2004/December
Author:Robert C. Baldwin, CMRP, Editor
Robert C. Baldwin, CMRP, Editor What should you be doing in the area of proactive maintenance? No one can fully answer that question but you and your team. However, a look at what others are doing and find successful can save you some...
Wednesday, 01 December 2004 | 1671 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2004/December
Author:Robert C. Baldwin, CMRP, Editor
Income of maintenance and reliability personnel varies widely. Our seventh annual survey provides some figures for checking your position. How does your income match up with others in the maintenance and reliability community? It may be hard...
Wednesday, 01 December 2004 | 1948 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2004/December
Author:Terrence O'Hanlon, ReliabilityWeb.com
Traditional methods for sourcing maintenance software can be confusing, expensive, time consuming, and incomplete. At last count there were more than 400 CMMS and EAM software publishers and dozens of independent Web-hosted solutions. That is a...
Wednesday, 01 December 2004 | 2378 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2004/December
Author:Thomas A. Rogers, General Motors
The installation of a new clutch assembly using a torque monitoring device has saved a General Motors manufacturing facility in Spring Hill, TN, more than $1 million. The first prototype of the clutch was introduced in 2000 and savings are...
Wednesday, 01 December 2004 | 2389 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more
2004/December
Author:Tom Byerley, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Let’s face it; professional development is hard work. It requires a good bit of time to explore and determine just what form of professional development one will participate in. It then requires significant investment of time and money to...
Wednesday, 01 December 2004 | 1616 hits | Print | PDF |  E-mail | Read more


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