June 2010 Issue
David Berger, P.Eng., contributing editor, explores approvals in the digital age.
Joel Leonard, contributing editor, is taking it to the bayous.
Energy Expert Peter Garforth says visualization of energy performance is an indispensable prerequisite to effective energy management.
Fabric walls can be installed and reconfigured quickly and easily.
Plants take advantage of efficient, reliable, clean, dry compressed air.
Paul Studebaker, CMRP, editor in chief, will be buying more BP products, and he encourages more people to join him.
Tom Moriarty, P.E., CMRP, contributing editor, offers advices for getting past the bean counters.
In this edition of In the Trenches, Acme learns that worker's comp can be a real pain in the back.
Analyze the application to eliminate frequent failures.
Use these guidelines the next time you need to refurbish concrete, siding and metallic surfaces.
Sheila Kennedy, contributing editor, says they go where humans can't.
All together now: TPM is simple, but not easy, at least, not in a traditional manufacturing environment.
In this installment of What Works, the Xstrata-Copper Kidd Metallurgical Plant site ousts its packed stuffing box assemblies.