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The One Thing That Will Take Your Business To The Next Level

Posted by Tyler LaFleur on Nov 13, 2018 1:18:08 PM

It doesn’t take long to hear business owners complain about their daily strife once they are in the same room for any given amount of time.

It is quite the humorous conundrum.

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Topics: Business Tools

Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream: Clearing the Lexicon Confusion

Posted by Rotating Solutions on Oct 8, 2018 10:01:29 AM



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Oil and gas are products that Americans use daily and often. Texas alone has become the world's third largest oil producer while the Gulf of Mexico is seeing unprecedented returns. Unfortunately, most regular citizens have very little knowledge on the processes needed to take these unrefined resources and turn them into workable items. One large factor hindering the understanding of the industry is the unfamiliar jargon. Three major sectors are the focus of the oil and gas industry. They are upstream, midstream, and downstream.

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Topics: Manufacturing

The 5 Tools For Lean Manufacturing

Posted by Rotating Solutions on Oct 2, 2018 9:21:15 AM

Sometimes, it’s easy to forget that history is often made within our lifetime. Lean manufacturing is a movement established by Toyota Production Systems and is centered on clarifying what brings value by reducing everything else. The company, which transformed from a modest enterprise to the world’s largest automotive manufacturer, forced business leaders to wonder about the secret of Toyota’s success. In 1988, engineer John Krafcik gave the west a better understanding of the Lean way after working with Toyota. His watershed article opened a floodgate of new ideas for the world’s managers. While Lean features many sub-processes, the following are five essential tools to help managers with an overall understanding of the idea, posited by one of the movement’s leaders, James P. Womack, who founded www.lean.org.

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Topics: Manufacturing

Everything You Need To Know About A Decanter Centrifuge

Posted by Rotating Solutions on Sep 20, 2018 3:26:12 PM

In order to fully understand how a decanter centrifuge operates, we must first define what a centrifuge does. In many industrial jobs, solid material often mixes with liquids, contaminating water supplies or turning mud into sludge. A decanter centrifuge is useful in that it separates solids and liquids, and has become an essential component of water waste facilities and the chemical, oil, and food processing industries. Moreover, without a centrifuge, many of these companies would become so inefficient they could not function.

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Topics: centrifuge, Manufacturing

How The Cloud Is Changing Oilfield Manufacturing

Posted by Rotating Solutions on Sep 10, 2018 4:41:15 AM

As oilfield manufacturers face increasing pressure to optimize their operations, even the most reluctant organizations are left with little choice but to embrace digital transformation. One of the options open to manufacturers looking to modernize their IT setup is cloud computing.

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Topics: Manufacturing

5 Ways To Improve Quality Control In Industrial Manufacturing

Posted by Rotating Solutions on Sep 1, 2018 1:11:20 PM

Even if you think your operation couldn't get better, there's always room for improvement. Thanks to rapidly developing technology, you have new options to implement quality control on your industrial manufacturing shop floor. With a few tweaks to your process, you can see distinct improvements in quality while maintaining a lean manufacturing process.

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Topics: Manufacturing

Technology Every Oilfield Manufacturing Company Needs In Today's Market

Posted by Rotating Solutions on Aug 25, 2018 2:59:21 PM

In this day and age, no matter what industry you happen to be in, tech is a must.

It’s important that you have knowledge regarding how tech can be used to grow your business, especially if you happen to be in the manufacturing industry.

It can do a lot for your business in terms of reeling in more business and helping you run more efficiently. For the purpose of this article, the focus is going to be more on operations as that’s at the center of any business. On those premises, this article will explore five types of tech every manufacturing company needs.

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Topics: Manufacturing

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