A.G.L., OSHA’s Combustible Dust National Emphasis Program was re-issued in March, 2008 following the Georgia sugar plant explosion a month earlier which got a lot of notoriety. It is expected that there will be increased enforcement activities in the future, especially on certain industry groups, like the feed industry.Read More
In today’s tough economy, I wonder what your thoughts are on keeping an extensive supply of spare parts. Can you help me formulate a spare-parts policy?
As a design/build contractor of complex operating facilities, it is essential for us to advise the owner of the spare parts recommended to maintain the effective operation of the equipment and systems and minimize the extent of any downtime.
Join A Professional Association
Over the years, our company has become active in various professional organizations. Not only has this made a positive impact on the WL Port-Land Systems Inc. employees who are members, but it shows our company’s commitment to staying current with what’s happening in the industries in which we work.
One aspect of feed mill construction that doesn’t get much “air time” is the vital close communication during an undertaking of such magnitude.
If all mills were identical, it would be simple to submit permits and have completed drawings for the field superintendent.
Easy-To-Understand ‘Power Factor’ Part II
“Power Factor” is not a concern when discussing our residential power bills. Simply because our electricity supplier does not bill us for the reactive power required to operate these motors, this is universal across the nation for residential customers. The situation can be quite different for those responsible for paying the electric bill for a commercial or industrial facility.