Amazon’s Impact on Paper Mill Piping

By: Frank Caprio | On: November 19, 2020
paper mill piping

Make Way for Paperboard! We all have witnessed the shift away from printed media over the past decade. Paper mills that had produced newsprint for generations suddenly found themselves

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Quantifying Qualitative Value

By: Erik Kane | On: October 28, 2020

Value.  A simple concept that drives nearly every transaction – but one that can be tricky to wrangle onto paper! Expressing qualitative features and benefits using quantitative measures is

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Residual Torsional Stress: The Silent Killer

By: Abby Svitana | On: August 12, 2020
residual torsional stress

Why Stress over Residual Torsional Stress? It’s no secret that torque is a killer for metal hose. If you’ve ever attended Hose Master University, you’ve probably heard our corporate

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Coal-Fired Power Vacuum

By: Erik Kane | On: May 11, 2020

It’s no news that coal-fired generation is going by the way-side.  Despite a recent resurgence in political support, coal is fighting an uphill battle on two major fronts: economically

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Is there really a paper shortage?

By: Erik Kane | On: March 31, 2020
Is there really a paper shortage?

Many people have been saying that 2020 is getting off on not just the wrong foot, but the worst foot in nearly a hundred years.  With a viral pandemic

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