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Hydro Excavation Can Prevent a Costly Mistake

You’ve got excavation work to do on your industrial facility’s grounds. You know there are underground utilities nearby. Underground utilities are supposed to be at a certain buried depth, but different utilities have different depths, or the depth could have changed due to backfilling of the area. You know, a mistake in digging could be…

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Making Things Work with What You Have

“Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they will surprise you with their ingenuity.” —George S. Patton It started out as an industrial cleaning job inside the confined space of a 6000-gallon fiberglass storage tank. The tank was one of two identical tanks connected by fill piping at the…

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Summer Shutdowns—a Time for Industrial Cleaning

What industrial facilities refer to as “summer shutdowns” may have started when Henry Ford created his first assembly line in 1913. With his automobile workers, daydreaming about summer and the beautiful weather outside, began skipping work, being as clever as he was, Henry Ford scheduled summer downtime. Time to schedule maintenance It not only was…

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