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Jet News: MPW Automation Enhances Paper Mill Safety and Efficiency

February 12, 2019

The black liquor recovery boiler is a vital economic component of the pulping process, used primarily in pulp and paper applications to reclaim pulping chemicals. Within the pulping industry, maintenance of these boilers is considered especially important, as explosions, failures and incidents caused by fouling build-up in recovery boilers have led to heightened safety risks […]

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Hands-free industrial vacuum robots lead to safer, more efficient cleaning projects

March 28, 2018

View Full White Paper In the industrial sector, the cleaning and inspection of critical equipment plays a significant role in any maintenance program. While plant management generally understands the importance of maintaining a regular cleaning schedule, unfortunately the process can be a burden to operations. Confined spaces or hazardous environments can be difficult or dangerous […]

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Refinery Turnarounds: Selecting the right partner for your operation

December 20, 2017

View Full White Paper It’s no secret that preventive maintenance practices can drastically improve the overall efficiency and reliability of a refinery or any other  industrial operation. However, while some types of repairs can be made while the equipment is operating, many times a major overhaul of the plant, or a turnaround (TAR), is necessary […]

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Jet News: What’s your confined space rescue plan?

November 12, 2017

View Jet News By Jimmy Peck, General Manager, MPW Industrial Services and a member of the WJTA Board of Directors Cleaning, repairing or inspecting critical equipment often requires workers to enter small, sometimes life-threatening, spaces like tanks or pipes where they may be exposed to hazardous material. Commonly referred to as “confined spaces,” these areas […]

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Jet News: Hands-free vacuum robots lead to safer, efficient cleaning

October 12, 2017

View Jet News By Jimmy Peck, General Manager, MPW Industrial Services and a member of the WJTA Board of Directors In the industrial sector, the cleaning and inspection of critical equipment plays a significant role in any maintenance program. While plant management generally understands the importance of maintaining a regular cleaning schedule, unfortunately the process […]

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Dewatering: Removing excess scale and TSS with a low turbidity rate

August 17, 2017

View Full White Paper Americans were moving to the suburbs, Ray Kroc launched the McDonald’s restaurant chain and Elvis Presley was an international sensation when continuous casting was introduced in the manufacture of steel. Since the process revolutionized the steel industry in the 1950s, engineers have continually perfected the technology. Sixty-plus years of increased production […]

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Coal Resurgence: Fewer environmental regulations, more incentives and a reduction in coal prices for industrial power plants

August 17, 2017

View Full White Paper A promise President Donald Trump made during his campaign could have a major impact on the power industry. The possibility of a resurgence of coal under the new Trump administration has been the subject of much debate over the past several months. While the promise to revive coal was attractive to […]

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Using automation to enhance paper mill safety and efficiency

August 17, 2017

View Full White Paper The black liquor recovery boiler is a vital economic component of the pulping process, used primarily in pulp and paper applications to reclaim pulping chemicals. Within the pulping industry, maintenance of these boilers is considered especially important, as explosions, failures and incidents caused by fouling build-up in recovery boilers have led […]

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New technological inspection process simpler to conduct

August 17, 2017

View Full White Paper In the industrial sector, the inspection of critical equipment plays an important role in any preventive maintenance program. Operational elements such as piping and structural components can be damaged during production or through general wear and tear, making it imperative to identify such issues before the situation escalates further. Unfortunately, although […]

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Safety precautions: Plants and production facilities

August 17, 2017

View Full White Paper Effective cleaning and sanitizing helps protect the safety of your staff, your facility and the environment. Second, it maintains optimal performance of individual working parts to ensure sustainable, efficient operation of systems as a whole. In today’s competitive marketplace, any cessation of production can hamstring a company’s climb in several ways. […]

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