Equipment wear is prevalent and constant in all coal crushing or sizing operations.
In March 2004, a large oil-fired power plant in the Northeastern United States had a predicament; flash steam released from a rooftop vent was inappropriately being viewed as environmental pollution by neighboring citizens.
Moving 107 tons across seven states with an 18-foot wide dual lane trailer requires plenty of police coordination and traffic control.
Two years ago, Albany, Ore.-based system integrator Concept Systems outfitted a sawmill at the Collins Companies’ facility in Chester, Calif.
Utilities are becoming more and more aware of the translation of business process to consumer prices.
When FirstEnergy Corp. was reviewing tool companies with which to form a partnership, it focused on two things: product quality and cost effectiveness.
Seminole Electric Cooperative Inc.’s generating station experienced severe operating problems related to hydraulic oil quality, including pump failures, filter plugging and valve sticking.