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1997 Editions

Waste Minimization: Ways To Reduce, And Even Eliminate, Hazardous Wastes From Your Cleaning Process

Managing your shop’s wastes shouldn’t be hazardous to your business.Although there is a lot involved with managing wastes from cleaningoperations including operating costs to disposal requirements,the good news for rebuilders is that there are ways to reduce,and even eliminate, hazardous wastes from your cleaning process. According to the Environmental Protection...

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1997 Editions

Extending Hd Clutch Life: Proper Analysis Is Critical For Evaluation Of Manufacturing Process Control

Proper analysis of failed clutch componentsis critical for evaluation of manufacturing process control, productlife expectancy and warranty analysis. Rebuilt products whichare application and installer sensitive are easily blamed forfailures which may actually be the result of an installation error,poor maintenance procedures, or an improper application identification. In the evaluation of...

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1997 Editions

Ensuring Bearing Life: Crankshaft Bearings Are Always Replaced When Rebuilding An Engine

Crankshaft bearings are always replaced when rebuilding an enginebecause they’re a wear component. Heat, pressure, chemical attack,abrasion and loss of lubrication can all contribute to deteriorationof the bearings. Consequently, when an engine is rebuilt new bearingsare always installed."Reading" the old bearings canreveal a great deal about conditions that may have...

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