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The Injection Question: Not a Question
By: Nick vanGigch

As a former Project Manager for a large Southeastern coatings and fireproofing company, the answer to the question of whether to inject or not, is quite simple; injection of low density commercial fireproofing is essential to the successful application, and more importantly, profitability on most fireproofing projects. Exceptions to this statement would include…

The Injection Question

30E & 30G Stator Tube Replacement

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STATOR REPLACEMENT DT

By: Nick vanGigch

As a former Project Manager for a large Southeastern coatings and fireproofing company, the answer to the question of whether to inject or not, is quite simple; injection of low density commercial fireproofing is essential to the successful application, and more importantly, profitability on most fireproofing projects. Exceptions to this statement would include…

The Injection Question

How to Find the Proper Plug
By: Lowell (LK) Knott

Have you ever gone down to the local electrical supply store only to purchase the wrong plug, or have random plugs laying around in the job box that you have no idea how they are for? A lot of plugs are listed as 3-pole 4 wire or 2-pole 3 wire. What does all this mean? Plug selection can get a little confusing take for example these plugs …


What You Can’t See Can Hurt You
(And cause your equipment to fail, underperform or get damaged)
By: Nick vanGigch

Around the office, it is no secret that I am technically challenged in regard to computers. One of the problems I find myself having is if I can’t see that something is broken I assume it’s alright. The same can be said of the electrical components of fireproofing equipment.