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    SEALS KEEP HAZARDOUS LIQUIDS FROM POLLUTING THE ENVIRONMENT

    September 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    AES Engineering, a modular mechanical seal manufacturer based in northern England, manufactures products designed to protect the environment, emphasizing the importance of the careful specification of…

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    SMELTER TURNS WASTE INTO VALUABLE MATERIALS

    September 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    The waste produced by furnaces presents a disposal problem of worldwide concern. Normally, less than half of all white slag is recycled and all black slag is deposited in a heap, from where harmful su…

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    REPORT AIMS TO HELP WHOLESALER-DISTRIBUTORS FORECAST THEIR FUTURE

    September 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    The Distribution Research & Education Foundation (DREF) is preparing its 2001 edition of the report Facing the Forces of Change. Updated and revised every three years, the new edition will create futu…

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    Junction boxes are for hazardous locations

    September 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    Turck has introduced Multibox Namur junction boxes and cordsets to eliminate multiple cable runs, simplifying and speeding up the wiring of sensors and other discrete input/output devices used in haza…

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    Canadian president installed at head of Bearing Specialists Association

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    The annual convention of the Bearing Specialists Association (BSA) was held in Tampa Bay, Florida in mid-May. Terry Tillsley, president of Transmission Supplies S.A. of Lethbridge, Alta., was named pr…

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    Food industry conveyor wheels need no lubricant

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    Technicor’s thermoplastic conveyor wheels, specially designed for the poultry and food industries, feature stainless steel balls and acetal raceways for corrosion resistance. They meet USDA standards,…

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    Setting a valve lubrication schedule can cut maintenance costs

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    Problem: Failure to lubricate valves is one of the principal causes of valve failure, according to CPV, a manufacturer of leakproof valves and fittings, and can lead to costly repairs and loss of prod…

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    Controlling the speed of electric motors

    June 1, 2000 by Ted Grove

    Industrial automation processes very often require some method of rotational speed control. Fluid power motors, either hydraulic or pneumatic driven, can accomplish this task admirably over a wide spe…

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    Many sources offered for useful MRO data

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    ON THE WEB… Machinery & Equipment MRO has enhanced its web site on the Internet at www.mro-esource.com, adding more information resources, including an expanded Product Locator Guide secti

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    Web resources expand with mro-esource.com

    June 1, 2000 by Bill Roebuck, Editor

    There are now more reasons than ever to visit Machinery & Equipment MRO on the Internet. The magazine relaunched its web site with additional components and features at an industry event and press con…

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    OBITUARY

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    J. Kenner (Ken) Fee, 59, president of Koyo Canada Inc., Burlington, Ont., died April 11 after a courageous battle with Myelodysplastic Syndrome. Over the past 24 years with Koyo, he served as Vancouve…

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    EASA 2000 attracts thousands

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    The Electrical Apparatus Service Association’s (EASA) 2000 annual convention was held April 2-5 in Anaheim, California, at the Anaheim Convention Center. More than 3,200 people from Canada, the United…

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    Manufacturing research institute garners endowment

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    CONTROLNET OVERCOMES SQUABBLING TO BECOME INTERNATIONAL STANDARDFollowing the successful passage of the international field bus standard IEC 61158, the ControlNet network is now an official Internatio…

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    Fall season bulks up with activities

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    July 6-8, 2000, National Conference for the Advancement of Women in Engineering, Science and Technology. This is part of the series of CCWEST (Canadian Coalition of Women in Engineering, Science and T…

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    News and views about companies, staff, product lines and more (June 01, 2000)

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    Toronto-based Invensys Brook Crompton has adopted the concept of lean manufacturing in all of its global divisions, services and manufacturing. This technique–seeking the most innovative and effect…

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    MTV for the Shop Floor

    June 1, 2000 by Matt Carlson

    As the market for qualified job candidates continues to tighten, Canadian power transmission/motion control (PT/MC) companies are turning to new tools to turn on potential employees.Along with their U…

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    Focus on Motors : Curbing repeat failures

    June 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    Over the past year, Norfolk Southern Railway Company’s Mechanical Department has changed the way it looks at its three-ton, 750-hp motors that keep its locomotives in motion. With a fleet of more than…

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    Focus on Motors: How to install a drive system successfully; AC to DC to AC

    June 1, 2000 by George Galea

    Installing a drive properly can be a straightforward procedure. This can reduce startup time and ultimately save money. Everything from nuisance tripping to blown fuses can usually be traced to back t…

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    Focus on Motors: Repair or Replace?

    June 1, 2000 by Chuck Yung

    The best way to avoid making hurried decisions when a motor fails is to plan ahead. Analyze the economics of repair and replacement for the motors in your facility and develop a comprehensive motor re…

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    Laser system aligns pulleys

    April 1, 2000 by MRO Magazine

    The new Pulley Partner laser pulley alignment system magnetically attaches to the inside or outside face of any pulley or sprocket and uses reflected beam technology for maximum angular resolution. It…