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Because of the size and complexity of industrial construction projects, these projects may employ vast numbers of workers and take years to complete. They require expert planning and procurement, efficient management of material and labor flow and effective communication and conflict resolution throughout the process. Heavy industrial workers must be able to operate and maintain large equipment such as cranes, graders, backhoes and loaders. The work can be dangerous, and workers must be adept at coordinating their actions with those of other team members and complying with safety protocols to prevent accidents and injuries. These factors make it crucial to […]

When an industrial organization comes to the point that new parts or equipment are necessary, there are always design considerations to take into account. If circumstances require blast resistance throughout buildings and facilities, then those considerations become even more complex. Series of specifications regarding parts and assembly must be decided and many pertinent details must be reviewed. Some of these details include: Who is responsible to engineer the parts and processes Establishing an acceptable performance criteria Specification of blast design risks and loading Blast tolerance requirements and qualities Load combination rules Reliability of individual components, mechanisms, and systems Evaluation of […]

Any business expansion requires forethought and careful consideration before the investment of capital. When it comes to expanding an industrial plant, there may be even more issues to study, but there are a number of important reasons to consider plant expansions. The addition of new equipment and upgrades in technology, as well as changes in the layout of the facility, can improve workplace efficiency and safety. This, in turn, boosts productivity and should increase the stability of the bottom line. In some cases, existing facilities are simply unable to keep pace with the amount of work required. Some plants become […]

Industrial facilities such as mills, plants and manufacturing facilities are constantly on the lookout for ways to improve efficiency. They want to reduce costs without sacrificing quality or production speed. They also require a large amount of power to run industrial equipment and processes. These desires may not seem like they coincide with one another, however Polaris knows that with technological advances these desires can become realities. Rather than rely on traditional utility plants for power, businesses can now use distributed power generation (DG). This helps get the businesses the power they want in a cost effective way. Factories can […]

Any industry, regardless of its product, relies on the efficiency and quality of its processes to ensure smooth, timely operation and an end product that meets quality standards. Breakdowns or inefficiencies at any point in the process can be enormously costly, retarding production or even causing manufacturing defects that detract from the product’s quality. If a particular element keeps malfunctioning in a certain way, just fixing it each time without resolving the underlying problem is a band-aid solution. For maximum efficiency, it is necessary to find the root cause of the systemic malfunction and correct the actual source of the […]

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