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September issue of MRO magazine focuses on maintenance in harsh environments

Toronto, ON -- Sept. 16, 2002 -- The September issue of Machinery & Equipment MRO has been delivered to Canada Post...

Toronto, ON — Sept. 16, 2002 — The September issue of Machinery & Equipment MRO has been delivered to Canada Post over the past few days and subscribers should be receiving their issues in the mail over the next week or so. You’ll find the usual array of regular departments and columns, as well as a series of features focusing on maintenance in harsh environments.

Here is a list of the issue’s editorial lineup:

– Training aids steel mill maintenance: Preparation is the key to success for Dofasco in Hamilton, Ont.

– Sewage plant maintenance a battle against corrosion: Upgrades make waste water treatment facility one of the most sophisticated in Ontario–and a challenge to maintain.


– How to mine more yet maintain less: Huge Noranda mine in New Brunswick uses work management process to significantly streamline maintenance operations.

– Improving plant piping systems: Ted’s Tech Talk explores a few tricks and basic rules for trouble-free compressed air delivery.

– Preview: Canadian Manufacturing Week: Toronto event, set for Sept. 24-25, 2002, features the Plant Maintenance & Engineering Show.

– PTDA Report: The first Canadian power transmission convention is a success for Power Transmission Distributors Association and provides beneficial information to the country’s industrial distributors.

– EASA Report: Canadians makea strong showing at annual convention of Electrical Apparatus Service Association.

– Extending bearing life in rotating equipment: Tech Tips from the Fan Guys offer five simple rules to use.

As well, the September 2002 issue includes several regular departments packed with practical information for those who work in industrial maintenance, engineering and operations: Product news, industry news, company briefs, information resources, association news, and, of course, maintenance tips from Mr. O, the Practical Problem Solver.

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