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Pipeline Construction in the United States

Pipeline growth is booming in the world. Proper calibrated equipment is more crusial than ever.

Energy companies are rushing to finish construction on several pipelines to access shale gas in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

When finished, these projects will give producers new access to domestic and international markets, and make those three states the suppliers of one third of the natural gas in the United States.

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Battery Torque Tools: Advantages and Disadvantages

Battery operated torque wrenches have come a long way and more companies are using them.

There’s been a lot of advances in battery technology over the last five years, and this has led to changes in many industries, including the torque tool and bolting field.

The first high capacity battery torque wrenches were introduced about 10 years ago when New World Technologies launched their B-RAD series tools.

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Proper Torque Wrench Calibration: What Every Foreman Needs to Know

Proper Torque Wrench calibration should be done by a company having the proper accreditation.

Proper 17025 calibration should be a mandatory maintenance item for any job foreman who manages industrial torque wrenches.

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Calibration, Torque Wrench Calibration

Defining Quality Service in the Torque Tool Industry

Maxpro talks about the words that define quality and service.A few years ago, consultant Ian Golding polled the people in his professional circle and asked them to list the three things they valued most as a customer.

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Torque Tool Industry, Quality Service