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Auditing Your Industrial Facility

Why Audit Your Heat Management System?

All industrial facilities need to have processes operating properly to meet the demands of their production schedule. Any disruption or shutdown can cost a facility millions of dollars….

Insulated from Harm: Protecting Hazardous Liquids Against Lightning Strikes

When storing dangerous and flammable liquids, like oil and gas, protecting those materials from any source of intense heat or sparks is critical. The combustible nature of fuel,…

The Evolution of Energy: Discovering New Possibilities in Energy Storage

The world is becoming more electric. As individuals and organizations look for new ways to bring sustainable practices into business and everyday life, alternative energy sources like solar…

nVent LENTON Couplers Save Valuable Time and Money on the Puente Centenario Project

Completed in 2004, the Puente Centenario (Centennial Bridge) is the longest cable-stay bridge in Latin America. Stretching 1,050 meters across the Panama Canal, the new bridge relieves congestion…

nVent CADDY 512SA T-Grid Box Hanger

Safe & Simple Ceiling Installation with nVent CADDY’s 512SA T-Grid Box Hanger

Any time installation is performed with arms raised above a worker’s head, additional time and risk are added to the project. When you look at OSHA’s list of…

Grounding Myths: Part 4 – Electrical Safety

In the final blog post of nVent ERICO’s four-part blog series addressing the common myths and misconceptions which create confusion around the design and installation of grounding systems,…

nVent SCHROFF successfully protects and cools accelerator equipment at European Spallation Source, the world’s most powerful neutron source

Summary: Location: Lund, Sweden Situation: The multi-disciplinary research facility European Spallation Source (ESS), based on the world’s most powerful linear proton accelerator, sought a state-of-the-art containment and cooling…

Grounding Myths: Part 3 – Association of the Diameter of Ground Rods and Ground Resistance

In the first two posts, we hit on a few very common myths when it comes to grounding including which product type will perform the longest. In the…

Grounding Myths: Part 2 – Galvanized Rods vs. Copper-Bonded Rods

The second post in the nVent ERICO four-part blog series addressing the common myths and misconceptions which create confusion around the design and installation of grounding systems is…