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4 Key Challenges in Aircraft Manufacturing and Maintenance | Ericson

From leadership to inspection to production, successfully manufacturing and maintaining aircraft to meet deadlines or up-time requirements while ensuring overall safety can be challenging. There are several challenges that aviation companies must consider in order to stand out among competition and…

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What Is Confined Space Entry?

When you hear someone talking about working in a "confined space," that doesn't just mean that they are working in tight quarters. "Confined space entry" is actually a tightly (pun intended) defined term that comes with a certain set of safety requirements for personnel. In order for an area to be…

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7 Construction Trends of 2019

2018 was filled with innovations for construction companies, engineers, and homeowners alike. As we look to the rest of 2019, what trends are already beginning to impact the construction industry? Here are seven of the most promising construction trends for the year.

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Case Study: How Ericson's Unique String Lights Helped In a Stator Rewind Project

How do you get light in a dark tunnel? That was the problem a customer faced on a recent generator stator rewind project for a large turbine.

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What do NEMA Enclosure Designations Mean?

The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) was founded in 1926, and is headquartered in Rosslyn, VA. NEMA is the association of electrical equipment and medical imaging manufacturers and has almost 350 members. Its members manufacture a range of products, including power transmission…

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Temporary power: Buy vs. build - ease of use

"Should we buy a portable power solution or build our own?"

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Temporary power: Buy vs. build - saving time & money

"Should we buy a portable power solution or build our own?"

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Time for a Change: Our New Logo

“Safety is our Standard”

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How RFID Technology Saves Time and Money on a Job Site

 Job site thieves operate on the low-hanging fruit principle. They are most likely to steal the items that are quick and easy to walk off with. If your organization leaves the job site vulnerable to theft, you are taking a big risk. There are some reports that estimate companies are losing anywhere…

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Equipment theft on the job site: how do you protect your assets?

Equipment theft is something that is on a lot of people's minds, especially if you are a contractor working on an unsecured job site. Even with the dropping costs of monitoring equipment like security cameras and lower-cost webcams, the problem of equipment "walking off" a site continues to grow.…

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What are Hazardous Location Requirements & Why are They So Important?

Equipment used in areas where explosive concentrations of dusts or gases can be a major safety hazard. Hazardous locations like these can occur in industries like Oil & Gas, Power Generation, Sewage Treatment, Mining, Confined Spaces, and many others.

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Don't Skimp on Safety: Why Saving on Cable Protection Can Cost You

It's no secret that cutting costs is a goal for so many people on a job site. Not only do you want the job done well, you want it done at as low a price point as possible. So you search for the equipment with the specs that you need at a price point that seems reasonable.

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