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Backward Curved Fans vs. Backward Inclined Fans

Backward Curved Fans vs. Backward Inclined Fans

At ProcessBarron, we have the skills and the expertise necessary to assess your facility’s needs. We can analyze your working environment to tell you exactly what kind of industrial fan you need, but here’s what you should know at a glance.  Backward Curved Fans Backward… read more

Pulp & Paper: A Future Poised for Transformation

Pulp & Paper: A Future Poised for Transformation

The pulp and paper industry is growing as a whole, because of innovative companies filling the graphic paper gap with other products like packaging, tissue paper, pulp for hygiene products, and even pulp for textile applications. Experts around the world are searching for new applications… read more

Service Spotlight: Fan Balancing & Vibration Analysis

Service Spotlight: Fan Balancing & Vibration Analysis

We’re highlighting our expert fan balancing and vibration analysis services this week. Our dedicated teams are ready to find the best possible solutions for all of your efficiency and cost-saving needs.  Fan Vibration Analysis Fan vibration problems can be a result of several aspects such… read more

Packaging Solutions Aim for Success

Packaging Solutions Aim for Success

In the early 19th century, a contest was held by the French government—they offered 12,000 francs to any inventor who could create the best way to preserve food for Napoleon’s navy and army. This competition led to the birth of the tin can. Since then,… read more

How the Paper Industry is Thriving in the Digital Age

How the Paper Industry is Thriving in the Digital Age

Even in the age of digitization, smartphones, and tablets, the paper and forest products industry isn’t budging—instead, it’s shifting its focus. Keep reading for highlights on the industry’s areas of growth, including potential innovations in packaging and the overall value chain.  How Digital and the… read more

The Real Cost of Downtime

The Real Cost of Downtime

Downtime, or any period of time when a machine is not in production, is the largest source of lost production time for most manufacturers. As obvious as downtime is when it occurs, most companies seriously underestimate their true downtime costs—in fact, over 80% of companies… read more

6 Ways to Encourage Manufacturing Efficiency

6 Ways to Encourage Manufacturing Efficiency

Industries of all kinds rely heavily on the efficiency of their manufacturing for both the quality of their products, and keeping the costs of those products reasonable for their consumers—because we all know, the less efficient (and therefore more expensive) your manufacturing process, the more… read more