3 Characteristics Of Quality Oilfield Housing Units

1 October 2019
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The oil and gas industries employ a lot of people. Oftentimes, these employees are called to work in remote areas where there may not be much available housing. Oil and gas companies can address a lack of availability in residential properties by bringing in their own housing units. Oilfield housing offers the mobility needed to move an employee population to any drill site with ease. Improve the quality of your housing units by shopping with the following characteristics in mind. Read More 

Ready for an Emergency? 3 Steps to Take When Your Boiler Malfunctions

10 June 2019
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If you rely on a boiler in your industrial business, you need to be prepared for emergency situations. Boiler emergencies can wreak havoc on your business. First, if your boiler goes down, you're without a critical piece of equipment. Second, boiler malfunctions can cause serious accidents and injuries, especially if you're not prepared. Here are three steps you need to take to get ready for a boiler emergency. Understand the Warning Signs Read More 

Understanding Three Types Of Refractory Coatings, And What Refractory Means

19 February 2019
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"Refractory" refers to any material that is heat resistant. It also refers to materials that change in appearance when heated, but which cannot be destroyed or physically altered. Additionally, refractory refers to industrial substances that act as casting buffers in molds when sand and metal are involved. The following three types of refractory coatings and what they do are explained in an easy-to-follow guide so that it makes sense why you would want an industrial brick refractory coating on all bricks you buy. Read More