INVISITA rebuilds its Victoria plant’s system and improves efficiency while lowering costs
The STLE Annual Meeting & Exhibition is the lubricants industry’s venue for technical information, professional development and international networking opportunities. Each year STLE’s five-day. The conference showcases 500 technical presentations, application-based case studies, best practice reports and discussion panels on…
Maintenance pros learn best with real-world, hands on activities that demonstrate applications.
The Power Transmission Distributors Association (PTDA), the association for the industrial power transmission/motion control (PT/MC) presents its annual Canadian Conference featuring education sessions, keynotes and networking. Visit www.ptda.org.
The program, offered in partnership with the Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto, is taught by three world-class instructors. They combine fundamental need-to-know material with new, proven, leading-edge approaches that have shown measurable payoffs. (SCS Course…
Kicks off with keynote address by futurist Jim Carroll.
The Canadian Institute asset management conference brings together asset managers from across Canada to share what works and what doesn’t, discuss common challenges and ensure they get the most out of their assets. Learn how to craft or refine your…
The material handling and logistics show’s sustainability centre promoted energy efficiency, reusing materials and saving space.
The Hamilton Section of the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE) presents a seminar on lubrication fundamentals that will cover: What is tribology; oils; greases; filtration; lubricant application; lubricant audits and an open panel discussion.
A good electrical maintenance program is based on the new CSA Z463 industry standard.
For presentation at nation event in Saskatoon, Sask. from Sept. 25 to 28.
A fluid power expert identifies potential failures and how to deal with them.
Make it easier and less stressful for your customer to do business with you.
A new McDonald’s employee is taught to never be idle. If there’s a lull, start cleaning. The same principle applies in your place.
Putting the right team in place and keeping it simple will derive significant benefits.