This week we are continuing our series on the biggest industries WARE serves. Our previous installments explored the Gulf Coast petroleum industry and the distillery industry. Today we wanted give you a look into the forestry and paper industry.
A few weeks ago we highlighted the distillery industry in our series on the biggest industries we serve. And now we get to share with you again some of the work we are doing in the industry. Recently WARE completed a boiler system expansion for Heaven Hill Distillery.
On this Steam Culture, Brent talks about the use of steam to help get rid of ice dams that form on top of your roof.
Today on the Boiling Point, Ritchie talks with Mike Taylor about the National Fire Protection Association 85 Code which deals with Steam Boilers combustion systems.
This Steam Culture segment will appeal to all of the ladies out there as Brent discusses a topic that most women deal with during their morning routine: fixing their hair. This topic came from Kelly, a WARE employee. She was curious how steam played a role in straightening her hair. Wondering how you can make your hair beautiful with steam?
A few weeks ago we veered from our normal blog topics to take a look at the Gulf Coast petroleum industry. That post sparked an idea for an entire series where we peek into some of the biggest industries we serve. It's all part of staying up to date with who we do business with and pass along some interesting information in the process. By the way, if you missed the petroleum industry blog, check that out here. This week we want to explore the distillery industry and how steam plays an intergral part in the distillery process.
In case you haven't noticed, we like to have fun here at WARE. One quick scan across our YouTube channel and you'll find plenty of videos to support that claim. But the fact of the matter is, we work in a dangerous industry. And while we do like to have fun, we also take safety very seriously.
Today on The Boiling Point, Ritchie talks with WARE's boiler service technician Steve Duvall about the emergency stop in a steam boiler room.
These switches are designed to stop the boiler when things become out of control. They can help stop developing problems from becoming catastrophes.