From left: Keyvan Esfarjani, Intel senior vice president, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger and Arizona Gov.
The latest version of Neles Expertune PlantTriage software, made available in August 2021, continually monitors and diagnoses issues, helps find the root cause, prioritizes according to economic and technical factors, and provides a complete set of analysis tools to resolve the problem at its source.
ValvTechnologies, manufacturer of severe service isolation valve solutions, has been selected by a major metals producer as the leading supplier for pipeline isolation valves in South America. ValvTechnolgies’ valves have been used on site for many years, showing excellent performance.
Champlin, MN has selected Mueller to replace about 8,000 residential, commercial and irrigation water meters with solid-state ultrasonic water meters and advanced metering infrastructure.
The rise of 3D printing transformed the manufacturing industry, enabling manufacturers to quickly and precisely create specialized parts for any application.
Manufacturers are currently experiencing unprecedented disruption of the supply chain on both the supplier side and the customer side.
House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) affirmed the chamber will vote on the Senate-passed bipartisan infrastructure bill on Sept. 27, signaling Democratic leaders are still plowing full speed ahead on their planned timeline even though the larger $3.5 trillion bill to invest in social safety net programs still faces tough hurdles, according to The Hill.
As reported by the Federal Reserve on Sept. 15, industrial production increased 0.4% in August after moving up 0.8% in July.
Once again, Texas is clearly the national leader in energy production, with the EIA ranking it tops in the United States for both oil and gas and electricity production, according to new data released Thursday by the federal Energy Information Administration and reported on Power Engineering on Sept. 16, 2021.
U.S. manufacturers, retailers and consumers have felt the impacts of supply chain issues throughout the COVID-19 pandemic amid congestion at ports, and it appears conditions won’t considerably improve any time soon, as posted in Thomas Insights on Sept. 21.