March 13, 2018

When Six Chambers Changed Desuperheating

Consistency can be tough to achieve in any industrial process, and desuperheating steam is little different. When you need predictable condensation, though, it’s an absolute must. […]
March 12, 2018

Meet Our Newest Heater: The Inline Severe Duty Steam Heater

Komax has long been known for its powerful commitment to steam heating technology, but a new need has been emerging for quite some time – that […]
March 9, 2018

Will Self Driving Vehicles Change the Oil Sands Equation?

Companies working within the oil sands are performing well, but they’re producing far less than initial estimates expected at the outset of many projects. Learning to […]
March 8, 2018

New Road Paving Process Spells Big Things for Bitumen and Plastic Waste

We’ve written in the past about a new paving process that involved recycled toilet paper from wastewater management facilities. It seems that’s not the only new […]
March 7, 2018

Preventing Tank Damage

Tank damage can be a serious problem in many settings. No matter what your industry, it always spells one very real problem – increased costs. Looking […]
March 6, 2018

Are Plastics Going Green?

The world of plastics is changing fast. With constant concerns about the toll the material is taking on ocean life, producers are working to find an […]
March 5, 2018

The World of Meal Delivery Services

A recent Hartman Group survey indicated that 65% of millenials are intrested in today’s meal kit delivery services. They’re looking for homemade meals that are better […]
March 2, 2018

Is Farm Slurry Worth the Cost?

A quick scan of the headlines on any given day will quickly tell you that there are some real dangers associated with farm slurry. The pits […]
March 1, 2018

Could Bitumen Become More Profitable?

There’s new technology on the horizon for Canadian oil sands producers. The idea could mean higher prices for every single barrel they produce.