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Project Success: Used Valve Grinder Wins Admiration of New Owner

Project Success: Used Valve Grinder Wins Admiration of New Owner

Portability and precision are two key attributes that make CLIMAX products popular all over the world. But an industrial valve repair shop in Canada puts two other factors at the top of the list of reasons for loving their grinding …

FAQ: You Asked, We Listened

FAQ: You Asked, We Listened

Keep your questions coming – our FAQ is back! From advice on flange facing solutions to information about our global training offerings, we have an answer readily available for you.

To help our customers stay up to date on the …

The Basics: When Something That Should Be Flat, Square or Smooth - Isn’t

The Basics: When Something That Should Be Flat, Square or Smooth – Isn’t

At their core, problems CLIMAX customers encounter typically boil down to two characteristics: Something that should be flat or smooth isn’t any longer, and it’s in a place where repair facilities are inconveniently far off. When faced with these challenges, …

New motors power up CLIMAX line boring machines

New motors power up CLIMAX line boring machines

CLIMAX customers have long considered the BB5000 Boring Bar to be the most versatile and user-friendly line boring machine on the market. They report that the machine is easy to set up, extremely rigid and surprisingly powerful even in the …

Weekly News Roundup (Feb 13)

Weekly News Roundup (Feb 13)

Oil and gas majors take shelter in euro bond market (Reuters)
Global oil and gas majors are starting to move away from traditional dollar funding in favour of Europe’s highly competitive bond market, with both Statoil and BP entering the

Weekly News Roundup (Jan 30)

Weekly News Roundup (Jan 30)

Nuclear Power Needs to Double to Meet Warming Goal (Power Source)
Since the 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident in Japan chilled global attitudes toward nuclear power, the world has been slowly reconciling its discomfort with nuclear and the idea that …

Weekly News Roundup (Jan 23)

Weekly News Roundup (Jan 23)

Crude realities (The Economist)

The tumbling oil price piles more pressure on a sinking industry


GE Earnings Rise Despite Headwinds From Low Oil Prices
(ABC News)

General Electric Co. posted higher revenue and net income for the fourth quarter, but …

Weekly News Roundup (Jan 16)

Weekly News Roundup (Jan 16)

Cash-strapped Mongolia offers more land for mining projects (Reuters)

Struggling Mongolia is hoping to drum up more foreign investor interest in its flagging mining industry after opening up an additional 10.1 million hectares (39,000 square miles) of territory for mining

Weekly News Roundup (Jan 9)

Job losses, writedowns tipped for oil and gas industry (ABC)

Widespread job cuts, writedowns and project delays are predicted for Australia’s oil and gas industry as it struggles to cope with falling oil prices.

Nuclear Power Turns To Salt (Forbes)…

Weekly News Roundup (Jan 2)

Weekly News Roundup (Jan 2)

Oil Price Slump May Spur European Oil and Gas Deal-Making (New York Times)

There was $383 billion in mergers and acquisitions in the oil and gas sector last year, as of Dec. 11. Yet Europe has largely missed out.

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