When Mathew Stage talks about getting a head of steam, he means it literally. He’s captain and owner of the Chautauqua Belle, one of four authentic steam-powered sternwheeler paddle boats in North America.
When a metal fabricator in New Jersey became one of few companies to own an exclusive, high speed aluminum saw for special components, he knew it was about time to upgrade to a more special cleaning method for metal chip maintenance.
One of the largest bakery companies in the United States has mastered the art of kneading dough and turning it to freshly baked bread, but they are still searching for effective methods to keep old yeast from turning to mold inside of their belt conveyor.
A leading coal-fired power plant had been longing for a simpler way to complete tube cleaning maintenance tasks. With thousands of tubes to clean, it can easily become a daunting task if you aren’t using the right tools or methods.
When an electric utility company in Florida was dealing with inconsistency and particulates in their water, such as mussels, clams and organisms naturally found in ocean environments, they turned to Goodway Technologies for advice.
A 1,800-megawatt nuclear plant in the South had been routinely shooting their heat exchanger tubes as part of their ongoing maintenance program, yet they couldn’t help but notice that their tubes were still reducing in efficiency. Find out how they shot themselves to leaders in efficiency.
A small waste-to-energy plant in Indiana that produces 7-megawatts of power had been seeking a solution to several lime scale related issues occurring in their stainless steel flue gas system scrubbing components. Find out what they did.
A major 1,900 megawatt plant in Florida had been working around-the-clock to create their own chemical circulating system. After all, building your own solutions is the best way to go, right? Find out how wrong that was.