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Electrostatic Precipitator Controls Training: What You Need to Know

Electrostatic Precipitator Controls Training: What You Need to Know

The cleanliness of your stack directly affects the output of your operation, and your electrostatic precipitator’s efficiency directly affects the cleanliness of your stack. Your electrostatic precipitator controls have to be optimized for your facility in order to operate at maximum efficiency. This means proper… read more

The Pulp & Paper Industry: Myths vs. Facts

The Pulp & Paper Industry: Myths vs. Facts

The pulp and paper industry is one surrounded by myth, but the truth is evident in the data. Consumers have been led to believe that the industry is dying for years—for example, as the world has grown more and more digital, projected declines in paper… read more

Safety First, Safety Always

Safety First, Safety Always

Environmental Health and Safety Director Jim Pikul has been emphasizing safety at our company since he started, and implementing new things into our processes to keep us all safer while doing what we love.  Safety Plus One of the biggest changes Pikul has implemented in… read more

Southern Field

Southern Field

New rules were set in place in June of this year to undo previous rules that would negatively affect the coal industry. The goal of this new set of rules is to keep plants open and running longer, in addition to reducing carbon emissions. Keep… read more

Southern Field-EEC Celebrates 10 Years as an ISNetworld Member

Southern Field-EEC Celebrates 10 Years as an ISNetworld Member

ISNetworld was established in 2001 as an online contractor and supplier management platform of data-driven products and services that helps manage risks and strengthen relationships. Over nearly 20 years, ISNetworld has established themselves as a global leader in contractor management services. From their humble beginnings… read more

Safety Practices for the Modern Jobsite

Safety Practices for the Modern Jobsite

Dodge Data & Analytics recently conducted a study for the Center for Construction Research and Planning, in which contractors were asked the same question about a series of very specific practices. The results of this study were originally published in the Contractor Use of Safety… read more

Creative Solutions to Common Problems: A Missouri Plant Success Story

Creative Solutions to Common Problems: A Missouri Plant Success Story

A cement plant in Missouri needed a partial heat exchanger rebuild because theirs was compromised by erosion-damaged tubes. Southern Field-EEC delivered the perfect solution. Keep reading for the details. The Southern Field-EEC Difference When it comes to partial heat exchanger rebuilds, most companies approach it… read more

4 Potential Welding Safety Hazards to Avoid

4 Potential Welding Safety Hazards to Avoid

Safety is absolutely critical to consider for any welding project and, like many occupations, welding is only safe when the proper precautions are taken. Organizations like the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) offer safety guidelines… read more

Construction Site Safety: Best Practices

Construction Site Safety: Best Practices

Putting safety first is always a win-win. Your workers will be happier and more productive, and you will benefit both ethically and financially. The unfortunate reality, however, is that safety is often not a priority on most job sites—but this needs to change. In most… read more

Precipitator Isolation Dampers—What You Need to Know

Precipitator Isolation Dampers—What You Need to Know

Precipitator isolation dampers, such as isolation gates, slide gates, guillotine dampers, and louver dampers, are a mechanical device to stop or regulate the fluid flow into and out of an electrostatic precipitator. Isolation dampers may be used to divert hot exhaust or to shut off… read more