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Product Spotlight: Access Doors

Product Spotlight: Access Doors

Our rugged access doors are heavy-duty, come in four sizes and are offered with a variety of options. Keep reading for the benefits they could bring to your plant! Overview ProcessBarron’s prices for individual access doors include a cast ductile iron door, a cast ductile… read more

The Latest News in Pulp & Paper

The Latest News in Pulp & Paper

A global initiative called Two Sides, whose goal is to promote the sustainability of print and paper, is tackling misleading environmental claims made by large corporations all over the world. These companies are pushing serious misconceptions about “going paperless,” using the environment to sway them…. read more

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The Latest in Pulp and Paper News: June 2019

The pulp and paper industry evolves quickly, but we keep our finger on the pulse. Keep reading for some notable news in the industry.  Canadian Pulp and Paper Conference Talks Workforce and Tech Investments PACWEST, an annual pulp and paper conference that takes place in… read more

Service Spotlight: Industrial Fan Repair

Service Spotlight: Industrial Fan Repair

In addition to designing, fabricating, and supplying large, mechanical drafts fans for industrial applications, we also service them. In fact, we offer on-site fan removal, repair, and installation in as little as three days.  Efficient and Durable Industrial Fans At ProcessBarron, we meet your industrial… read more

Technology that Enhances the Manufacturing Industry

Technology that Enhances the Manufacturing Industry

Technology in the manufacturing industry helps us push the boundaries of human capabilities—advanced robotics, big data, artificial intelligence, 3-D printing, and more all help us do exactly that. Pushing the boundaries of human capability allows us to revolutionize plant productivity and lower the cost of… read more

The Latest Updates on the Infrastructure Bill

The Latest Updates on the Infrastructure Bill

The president recently initiated conversations with Democratic leaders regarding rebuilding the nation’s roadways, bridges, dams, airports, schools, and other infrastructure. However, the negotiations have been on hold until the passing of a new trade act with Mexico and Canada. The deal is called the United… read more