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Process Pipeline Disasters from Stress Corrosive Cracking

Pipeline incidents and ruptures have been a hot topic in the media recently. In 2013 alone, there have been 11 serious pipeline ruptures or incidents thus far, many of which resulted in major fuel leakages, fires, and explosions. Damage to … Continue reading

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Kosher Inspections of Piping for Food Uses

When we say that something “isn’t kosher,” we often use it in a way which implies that there is an unsavory quality to something. But for strictly observant Jews, the matter of whether or not a product is kosher is … Continue reading

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More Common Process Piping Applications

You might be asking yourself, what in the world is process piping?  Well, it’s an extremely vital element involved in the system of pipelines which cover hundreds of thousands of miles of land.  It is basically a style of pipework … Continue reading

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Common Process Piping Applications

Process Piping Is Critical To Company Manufacturing Applications There is an old saying, ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.’ One area where this mantra can make or a break a manufacturer is in their process piping … Continue reading

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Process Pipeline Disasters from Stress Corrosive Cracking

Pipeline incidents and ruptures have been a hot topic in the media recently. In 2013 alone, there have been 11 serious pipeline ruptures or incidents thus far, many of which resulted in major fuel leakages, fires, and explosions. Damage to … Continue reading