May 2019 Electrical Apparatus

May 2019 Electrical Apparatus

Facility Management

  • All about the green: Sustainable casinos in the land of consumption By David Miller, EA Special Correspondent
Conventions & Trade Shows

  • Old will meet new at EASA 2019: Speakers at the convention of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association will discuss traditional concerns as well as new technology By Kevin Jones, EA Senior Editor
  • It’s an automated world: The Automate 2019 exposition in Chicago was almost more than the EA staff could take in By the Electrical Apparatus staff
Electrical Service Companies

  • Two of a kind: How sister companies ACT and Whelco Industrial straddle the electrical/electronics divide to serve a growing customer base By Bill O’Leary, EA Managing Editor
Motors & Generators

  • Motor repair standards: still evolving? A universal guideline for motor efficiency is a noble goal, but it’s hardly realistic With trilingual summary By Richard L. Nailen, EA Engineering Editor
More Than Accounting

  • Predictive financial tools: How to use a budget as a predictive tool to avoid unpleasant end-of-month surprises By William H. Wiersema, CPA, EA Contributing Editor
Plant Life

  • A full plate: The recent ProFood Tech conference in Chicago showed that the food processing industry is in a period of growth—and of opportunity By Selena Cotte, EA Associate Editor
Safety & Health

  • Sinister silica: OSHA’s new rules reveal a deadly workplace hazard By Matt Raebel, EA Contributor 
Electrical Manager

  • Which type are you? Personality tests can help managers understand who works well with others—and why By Bill O’Leary, EA Managing Editor
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Departments and Columns

The editor’s comment Taking action when change is inevitable By Kevin Jones, EA Senior Editor 
Let’s solve your problem Answers to questions about efficiency, starting, and standards Edited by the EA staff
Business A few electrical firms are among the best in LGBT equality By Kevin Jones 
Associations, societies & government activities A changing of the guard at several trade associations By Kevin Jones
OEMs on the move Plant openings, closings, and relocations around the U.S. By Selena Cotte
Know your industry From cans to carriers: the Aluminum Association of Arlington, Va. By Matt Raebel
Calendar Upcoming meetings on wind power, pumps, and electrical manufacturing Edited by Bill O’Leary
Utilities Utilities are seeing the writing on the wall and are going green By Kevin Jones
Engineering Education News about STEM education, and Kohl’s donates to a museum By Selena Cotte
Pumps PumpMan expands with its tenth acquisition By Kevin Jones
Training Training in preventative maintenance and machine diagnostics from All-Test Pro, Integrated Power Services, and The Snell Group – By Matt Raebel 
Renewables Can renewable energy replace fossil fuels? By Matt Raebel
EA reader profile How Michael Rubbo is connecting clients with motor technology By Selena Cotte
Names & faces Changes at Drive Source Int’l and the California Energy Commission Edited by Bill O’Leary 
Deaths Remembering James Estes, the cartoonist who drew EA’s “Cy Super Service”
Speaking of . . . Developments in the beer industry By Selena Cotte 
Puzzle  In this issue: A crossword puzzle based on EA’s March and April issues … Myles Mellor 
Direct and Current  The Right to repair, Durham explosion, Spiesshofer out at ABB Charlie Barks 
And, in every issue:  Classified Advertising (Equipment, jobs, businesses for sale, business opportunities and services), Advertising Index, and your favorite cartoons, Motorhead and Generatorhead (illustrated by John D’Acunto) and Cy’s Super Service (illustrated by James Estes)!
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