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Energy & Operating Cost Savings

Heat Trace Fundamentals

Interstates White Paper

A well-designed heat trace system can function without operator or maintenance efforts. See how...

Energy Management: Project or Process?

Ethanol Producer Magazine - as appeared in the May 2012 issue

Commitment to continuous improvement helps small steps become 10-20% savings.

Preventative Maintenance Adds to Bottom Line

Automation World - As Appeared in the January 2012 issue

Planning for equipment reliability""rather than accepting equipment failure""affects profitability on both sides of the asset equation. Optimum equipment performance increases revenues, while fewer capital upgrades improves return on assets.

Aluminum vs. Copper Conductors - A Serious Alternative?

As facilities become expensive to construct and maintain, looking to alternative materials becomes critical.

How Much is Downtime Costing You?

InTech - As Appeared in the Sep/Oct 2011 Issue

Downtime costs every factory at least 5% of it productive capacity and many lose up toe 20%. Not knowing your total downtime cost compounds itself when you set priorities on capital investments.

Wireless Instrumentation: A Comparison in Project Execution

Oil Mill Gazetteer - as appeared in the March 2011 issue

In hazardous areas, wireless has a clear benefit: safety. When instrumentation is to be installed in hazardous locations such as those found in oil seed processing facilities, wireless implementations can reduce the installation risks.

Benefits of a Utility Management System

Ethanol Producer Magazine - As Appeared in the March 2011 Issue

An industrial processing facility holds opportunity for energy savings. The US Dept of Energy's Industrial Technolgies Program has recorded many cases of 20% energy savings. A logical place to start is with a utility metering and monitoring system.

Don't Fear the Audit: An Electrical Checkup Might Uncover Opportunities

As Appeared Online at PlantServices.com

Most people cringe when they hear the word 'audit' because it is associated with fault and problems. Audits are a necessary tool for you to assess plant operations, worker safety, and plant documentation.

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