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Pushing the Envelope

Seems like everyone who fancies themselves an artist or performer uses—or over uses—the term “pushing the envelope” when describing their craft. However, if we journey back to the origins of the term we can regain the value of its meaning. ...


The Innovation Window: How FER Compliance Connected Fan Motors to the Internet of Things

Business Dictionary defines durable goods as products, such as industrial and consumer appliances, designed to last at least three years. For OEMs and industrial engineers, three years is hardly durable: a heavy-duty industrial appliance that needs replacement after three years is unmarketable. ...


Innovation in Refrigerator Manufacturing

As the appliance industry becomes increasingly competitive, refrigerator and freezer original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are challenged with changing energy standards, as well as the need to maximize quality and efficiency in their manufacturing facilities. ...


Protection Against Moisture and Foreign Particles

Very often, electrical devices have to work reliably and safely for years under adverse conditions. This would include food processing, medical technology or similar industries. Dirt, bacteria, dust and moisture can rarely be kept away....


Appliance Design and Trends

Like many others, the word trend has evolved and changed in meaning over time. Some 400 years ago trend meant “to run or bend in a certain direction” and pertained to natural occurrences like rivers, coastlines and mountain ranges. ...


Upgraded Certification Directory Allows Greater Flexibility, Improved Reporting

In January, the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) launched its brand new directory of certified product performance, rebuilt to better meet the certified equipment needs of contractors, technicians, homeowners, and manufacturers. ...


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Pushing the Envelope

Seems like everyone who fancies themselves an artist or performer uses—or over uses—the term “pushing the envelope” when describing their craft. However, if we journey back to the origins of the term we can regain the value of its meaning. ...


The Innovation Window: How FER Compliance Connected Fan Motors to the Internet of Things

Business Dictionary defines durable goods as products, such as industrial and consumer appliances, designed to last at least three years. For OEMs and industrial engineers, three years is hardly durable: a heavy-duty industrial appliance that needs replacement after three years is unmarketable. ...


Innovation in Refrigerator Manufacturing

As the appliance industry becomes increasingly competitive, refrigerator and freezer original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) are challenged with changing energy standards, as well as the need to maximize quality and efficiency in their manufacturing facilities. ...


Protection Against Moisture and Foreign Particles

Very often, electrical devices have to work reliably and safely for years under adverse conditions. This would include food processing, medical technology or similar industries. Dirt, bacteria, dust and moisture can rarely be kept away....


Appliance Design and Trends

Like many others, the word trend has evolved and changed in meaning over time. Some 400 years ago trend meant “to run or bend in a certain direction” and pertained to natural occurrences like rivers, coastlines and mountain ranges. ...


Upgraded Certification Directory Allows Greater Flexibility, Improved Reporting

In January, the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) launched its brand new directory of certified product performance, rebuilt to better meet the certified equipment needs of contractors, technicians, homeowners, and manufacturers. ...