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An engine, or motor, is a machine designed to convert one form of energy into mechanical energy. Heat engines, including internal combustion engines and external combustion engines (such as steam engines) burn a fuel to create heat, which then creates a force.

41st World Energy Engineering Congress 2018

We invite you to be a part of the nation’s largest, most active buying venue for end user energy products and services – the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC).
There’s no better opportunity for your sales team to directly reach thousands of top energy management decision makers from throughout the U.S.

Water Storage Systems

Water Storage Systems

There is only one readily available, accessible, and inexpensive substance that can be widely used to combat fires: water. However, in a changed climate where drought and forest fires are far more prevalent, and where commercial and residential development in vulnerable areas makes for ever more expensive property damage, available

Canada Gets a Better Home Standby Generator “Nerve Center”

Canada Gets a Better Home Standby Generator “Nerve Center”

Generac cUL service-rated transfer switch offers enhanced features, quicker installation

More often than not, home standby generators receive all the praise for providing emergency backup power. But what about that unsung hero of the backup power system, the automatic transfer switch? An automatic transfer switch is absolutely vital to a home

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DOOSAN
Operators who work in a variety of scrap-handling applications, including scrap yards, recycling facilities, solid waste centers, and transfer stations, will appreciate the new Doosan DX225MH-5 material handler.

The durable, Tier 4-compliant DX225MH-5 material handler is designed for a long life with a sturdy steel-track undercarriage and features enhancements in fuel

The Trotti Files: Pogo’s Commentary on Trash

The Trotti Files: Pogo’s Commentary on Trash

I suspect that despite the outpouring of concern about what to do about our trash in the wake of successive Chinese waste ban initiatives, our efforts still seem more focused on overseas markets than what to do about it internally…most importantly in ways that make economic, environmental, and societal sense.

The Big, The Fast, and The Smelly

The Big, The Fast, and The Smelly

Equipment used in composting applications can get really large. Some machines, such as Peterson Pacific Corp.’s 6700 grinders, have a footprint of 750 feet squared (63 feet by 11.9 feet). Other machines have really high capacities. The Scarab 27×11 A Frame windrow machine is capable of processing more than 15,000

Attention is Mandatory

Attention is Mandatory

It’s a well-known fact that trash trucks operate in one of the dirtiest, most severe environments. Because of this, keeping up-to-date on routine and preventative maintenance is even more important than in other industries. One day of unscheduled downtime is worth $780–$1,000, estimates Michael Thompson, inside service manager, Autocar LLC—and

Russelectric to Supply Paralleling Switchgear for Charlotte Water Ultra-reliable power control system ideally suited for rigors of continuous duty water and wastewater treatment plants

Russelectric to Supply Paralleling Switchgear for Charlotte Water Ultra-reliable power control system ideally suited for rigors of continuous duty water and wastewater treatment plants

Russelectric, a leading manufacturer of power control systems and automatic transfer switches, announced today that it has been awarded the contract to supply Charlotte Water with paralleling switchgear for their water and wastewater treatment facilities. The paralleling switchgear will monitor the incoming utility power and in the event of a

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