How to Prevent Fouling in Industrial Equipment?

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Industrial equipment is expensive, and proper maintenance is important to keep it working properly. Part of the reason that routine maintenance is so important to industrial equipment is that it helps to prevent bacteria and other contaminants from accumulating on surfaces, a process that is referred to as fouling. Fouling in industrial equipment can cause […]

Training Tips for Nuclear Technician Jobs

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Right now, Nuclear energy provides 20% of the power for our electricity and this is expected to increase in the next decade, creating ample career opportunities.  The Nuclear Energy Institute predicts the addition of 23,000 nuclear technician jobs in the next five years. If you are interested in becoming a nuclear technician, continue reading for […]

How To Detect Degradation With Eddy Current Testing

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A large part of regular maintenance for power plants and petrochemical facilities is making sure that there are no defects in their heat exchanger tubing that could lead to facility or component downtime. Eddy current testing is extremely important in making this determination and also helping to provide an overall assessment of component and system […]

What Is Industrial Tank Cleaning?

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Running a business can be challenging, especially when it comes to operating and maintaining your facility. Remembering to schedule regular maintenance checks and exercising proper care for your equipment is extremely important but it may often be the last thing on your mind. Industrial tanks serve many different purposes and can hold various liquids. However, […]

5 Best Practices For Cooling Tower Maintenance

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Cooling towers are industrial coolers that eliminate waste heat which originates from different sources such as industrial machinery or oil refineries. Cooling towers reject heat, either through the use of evaporation to cool the waste heat or by using air flow to eliminate heat. These two different systems are referred to as direct, open circuit […]