Tag: safety

KRAUSZ USA Launches the HYMAX GRIP 16”

KRAUSZ USA Launches the HYMAX GRIP 16”

First restraint product of its size with four top-facing bolts and a stab-fit, one-piece design
Exerts gripping power equal to 70 tons on connecting pipes

Krausz USA announced today the launch of the HYMAX GRIP 16” restraint coupling featuring only four top-facing bolts for installers to tighten and a stab-fit, one-piece design.

SWANA Announces WASTECON® 2018 Keynote Speaker Line-Up

SWANA Announces WASTECON® 2018 Keynote Speaker Line-Up

Exclusive Group of Industry Leaders, Designers and Creative Thinkers

Silver Spring, MD – The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) announced the keynote speakers for WASTECON, SWANA’s largest conference helping solid waste leaders plan a sustainable future for their communities.

WASTECON’s line-up of keynote speakers will offer insight on future policy,

Training: What’s Up With Simulators

Training: What’s Up With Simulators

A couple of weeks back, a friend who maintains an ambitious program of forwarding emails about subjects she considers important (in this case, life after 50) sent an email with the subject line “Reaction Test.” It turned out to be an exercise in predicting your age based on your reaction

Project Profile: From the Bottom to the Top

Project Profile: From the Bottom to the Top

“Construction, construction, construction. There is road construction as far as the eye can see.” This is probably what residents in Columbus, OH, think when they travel practically anywhere. And due to the multi-year Interstates 70/71 Columbus Crossroads project, much of the freeways in downtown Columbus will be under construction into

Project Profile: Making the Grade

Project Profile: Making the Grade

Imagine climbing into the seat of a rental car and finding the steering column or gear shifter in a different location. Although confused at first, you would eventually become familiar with the controls—and may even learn to love the new setup.

Heavy Duty Cycle

Heavy Duty Cycle

Industry innovations often arise from the people whose everyday work poses a frustrating obstacle. “If we could only do…” or “If there was just a machine that did…think how much better our work product could be!”

Marshalling ideas plus experience and faced with the growing dilemma of keeping equipment clean, Garrett

Truth to Power

Truth to Power

Adhering to a blueprint of key factors will help contractors choose the best compressor or generator for a job site.

When it comes to compressors, consider rated capacities, fuel consumption, emissions requirements, operating costs, and service costs.

Earth, Wind, and Water

Earth, Wind, and Water

Nature has been using water to shape the landscape since the beginning of time. Wind, rain, rivers, streams, and creeks can shape valleys and carve out canyons. These waterways and wind paths are themselves constantly changing; as a Greek philosopher noted, “We can never step in the same river twice.”

Scraping By

Scraping By

Tight deadlines and tighter margins, combined with a shortage of skilled operators, have made the addition of advanced technology for heavy equipment such as scrapers and motor graders crucial.

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