Posts by IBT Inc

What Exactly Is Custom Forging?

What Is Forging? Forging is a manufacturing process that goes back centuries—all the way to blacksmith days.  It involves heating a metal alloy and shaping it into different configurations. Today, however, forging is a precise science that requires a high degree of skill and specialized... Read More

ACEolator Line of Products | Reduced Vibrations for Longer Tool + Machine Life

Things go wrong when machines experience heavy vibrations.  The new ACEolator line of products by ACE Controls, Inc., was launched in 2013 to reduce the vibrations of machines and other equipment in your plant. More: A Fast New Way to Check Machine Health “Machines and... Read More

Little Giant Ladders – No Need to “Tie Off”

Now your employees don't need to tie off if they climb to heights over 6 ft. tall—thanks to the popular new aerial Cage ladder from Little Giant Ladder Systems. While OSHA requires you to be tied off if you are more than 6 feet off... Read More

Dura-Line Uses Yaskawa Vector Drives for Pipe Extruder Production

In 2006, Corporate Maintenance Manager J.R. Sell bought drives to run 11 different extruder manufacturing lines at Dura-Line’s Mountain Grove, Missouri facility.  The company is known around the world for their high-quality HDPE conduit, smoothwall, polypipe, and pressure pipe. Today, in 2014, only 1 of... Read More

MCR Safety Vests | Choosing the Right High-Visibility Apparel

Who Needs an MCR Safety Vest? All workers who are exposed to vehicle traffic, work vehicles, or construction equipment—including emergency responders—should wear high-visibility safety apparel that meets the Performance Class 2 or Class 3 requirements of ANSI/ISEA Standard 107. Why Use an MCR Safety Vest?... Read More

4 Reasons to Use a Stainless Steel Hub City HERA

Hub City HERA

If you use a High-Efficiency Right Angle (HERA) or a worm gear drive, then you should consider the new stainless steel, IP69K-Certified Hub City HERA, which hit the market in 2014.  Perfect for wet environments, it is smaller and more power dense than a worm... Read More

Why Motor Alignment Saves Your Company Money

How important is it to align the motors in your shop?  A ReliabilityWeb.com article, “Shaft Alignment, Soft Foot & Energy Savings,” cited studies that show you can get a real energy savings of 2.3% by aligning a loaded machine—and as much as 9% on an unloaded machine.  For a... Read More

Quick, Easy Concrete Patching With Rust-Oleum’s Innovative TurboKrete

When winter is over, it’s time to repair the cracks and crevices in your concrete.  The easy fix?  Rust-Oleum’s TurboKrete, a quick-drying epoxy patch product that bonds directly to concrete.  No professional contractor needed—you can apply it yourself using a trowel and a patch kit.... Read More

2014 GEAPS Exchange in Omaha Is a Big Hit for Grain Industry

The 2014 GEAPS Exchange was hosted by the Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska.  Their biggest conference ever, they had a record 3,379 attendees and 400 exhibitors in a 200,000 sq. ft. conference hall—with sponsorships by such companies... Read More

IBT Industrial Insider’s Look: Fabricating and Servicing Conveyor Belts

The Industrial Rubber Products Group (IRPG) at IBT Industrial Solutions works with custom fabricating and servicing conveyor belts every day—offering both heavyweight and lightweight options—for all types of industries.  The orders roll in daily to the company’s Central Distribution Center in Merriam, Kansas from IBT... Read More

Comparing Screw Conveyor Vs. Feeder Screw

When you’re ready to buy a screw conveyor, how do you know if you actually need the standard transfer conveyor…or a feeder screw instead? This is a very common question, says Steve Rubis, the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Conveyors, Inc.  “It’s critical... Read More

Need a Custom-Made Gear from Martin Sprocket & Gear?

Common Gear Problems Sometimes your gear just isn’t working as well—or as long—as you’d hoped.  It fails too quickly or doesn’t fit well into your operation.  Maybe your steel gear can’t stand up to a wet environment.  Or you might have an old gear that’s... Read More

Understand the New Hexavalent Chromium OSHA Standard

Hexavalent Chromium: What It Is Hexavalent Chromium Cr(VI) is a metal particle that can occur naturally in rocks but is most commonly produced by industrial processes. It has the ability to gain electrons from other elements (a strong oxidizer), which means it can react easily... Read More

SPX Hydraulic Testers — Test Hydraulic System’s Efficiency Now!

If your hydraulic system is not running effectively or efficiently, then it’s costing you time and money:  money in lost productivity, and time spent diagnosing and repairing the system. Now there’s a better way.  Introducing the SPX HT50A, HT75, and HT200 hydraulic testers.  In only... Read More

MCR Safety Cut Protection Gloves for Your Hands

Choosing the right cut protection for your hands can be a challenge.  Some gloves are too stiff, some are too warm—and some are simply not strong enough to protect your hands. “The goal with finding good cut protection is finding a glove or sleeve that... Read More

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