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How to Make Selling Used Machinery Easier

release date: 10/8/2019

tags: Manufacturing, Machine Repairs, Used Machinery

Most companies don’t know what to do with machinery when they are ready to upgrade or replace equipment. While some might consider selling their used machinery as an option, many are overwhelmed by the work involved with executing the sale and unsure of whether it’s worth any potential money back. READ MORE

How to Avoid Purchase Scams on Machinery and Parts

release date: 9/30/2019

tags: Manufacturing, Replacement Parts, Used Machinery

When it comes to purchasing new or used machinery and machine parts online, it can be a tricky business. With so many suppliers in the marketplace, it can be difficult to identify reliable companies from those that are fraudulent or less reputable dealers. READ MORE

How to Avoid Machine Failure

release date: 9/23/2019

tags: Machine Maintenance, Unscheduled Downtime, Manufacturing, Training, Consulting

Did you know research shows that almost 90 percent of machine failures could be avoided? By implementing proper equipment maintenance, you could save your facility a lot of headaches by ensuring your machines are up and running more efficiently and for longer. Waiting until machine failure increases costs significantly. READ MORE

Best Practices for Brewery Maintenance

release date: 9/9/2019

tags: END-Armaturen, Brewery Parts, Brewing Equipment, Brewery Maintenance

It was revealed that consistency and scheduling are the two most important factors in brewery maintenance. It makes sense. The last thing a brewer needs is for equipment to give out, resulting in time, energy and money spent on lost production, lost product, and lost sales. Not to mention, unexpected downtime and loss of product certainly doesn’t create the greatest reputation for your brewery. READ MORE

How to make Woodworking Machinery more Energy-Efficient

release date: 9/3/2019

tags: Woodworking, Energy Efficiency

It’s no secret that woodworking machines use a lot of energy between their pumps, fans for dust collection, and in their spindle and servo drive systems. In fact, according to the US Department of Energy (DOC), nearly half of the electricity used in non-metal fabrication industries is consumed by motor-driven equipment. READ MORE

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