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Industrial Compressed Air Systems: What To Know When Designing A New System

Industrial Compressed Air Systems: What To Know When Designing A New System

Whether it’s facilitating a process or just powering tools, compressed air is both a useful and ubiquitous utility. Even if you’re already using compressed air, you may need more if you’re increasing automation or planning an expansion.

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Steam Boiler Systems: What Every Project Engineer Should Know

Steam Boiler Systems: What Every Project Engineer Should Know

Installing a steam boiler system in your facility? Here’s what to avoid (and what to do instead) to achieve a successful install.

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Mechanical Conveying Systems 101: What Every Project Engineer Should Know

Mechanical Conveying Systems 101: What Every Project Engineer Should Know

Installing a mechanical conveying system in your facility? Here’s what to avoid (and what to do instead) to achieve a successful install.

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Pneumatic Conveying Systems 101: What Every Project Engineer Should Know

Pneumatic Conveying Systems 101: What Every Project Engineer Should Know

Installing a Pneumatic conveying system in your facility? Here’s what to avoid (and what to do instead) to achieve a successful install.

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Cooling Towers 101: What Every Project Engineer Needs To Know

Cooling Towers 101: What Every Project Engineer Needs To Know

Scoping a cooling tower in your facility? Here’s what to avoid (and what to do instead) to get an accurate cost estimate for your project.

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6 Engineering Costs That Dramatically Affect Process Equipment Scope

6 Engineering Costs That Dramatically Affect Process Equipment Scope

You have written a good equipment spec and have good equipment pricing -- what’s next? What are the other costs you need to look at in a system? Are you overlooking crucial costs while scoping capital equipment for your facility? Find out what needs to be included in your full scope here.

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