If you work in a manufacturing environment, chances are when you come to work you see lots of grey hair. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, more than half of skilled manufacturing workers are now 55 and older – and getting closer to retirement every day.
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As part of this deal, the JPW name, management and all warehouse, parts support, customer service and technical service operations will stay in place.
DSR is installing large AirVolution-D line ceiling fans throughout their 145,000 sq ft headquarters and will carry a MacroAir logo on seven entries for the remainder of the 2017 racing season.
Alain Bérard is now the group executive vice president in charge of their Air Pollution Control global business unit.
Here are some of the latest advances in indoor air quality that can promote employee safety and comfort, increase shop productivity, and reduce operating expenses.
The ductless, ceiling-mounted Vista360 dust collector from RoboVent is an ambient system that uses multiple collectors to create circular air patterns in the facility that continually pull contaminated air into the filtration unit and push clean, filtered air back into the shop.
The AirEffect climate control system from MacroAir measures temperature and humidity at two points, calculates the heat index and identifies the best operating speed and direction for each fan.