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Problem Solved — New Paint Line for Farming Equipment Manufacturer

Problem Solved — New Paint Line for Farming Equipment Manufacturer

Meyer Manufacturing has come a long way since its humble beginnings more than 70 years ago. In 1946, Alvin Meyer quit farming and built a machine shop in Dorchester, Wisconsin, a small village in the heart of America’s Dairyland. At that time, the company, known as Meyer’s Machine Shop, had just two employees, including Alvin. […]


Codes & Standards — Sprinklers in Industrial Ovens

Codes & Standards — Sprinklers in Industrial Ovens

Q: Are sprinklers required by code inside industrial ovens? A: Where the oven itself is of non-combustible construction, it is typically the materials processed in the oven that determines the need for fire protection. NFPA 86 Chapter 14, requires that “a study shall be conducted to determine the need for fixed or portable fire protection […]


Problem Solved — New Industrial Paint Facility for Turner Coatings

Problem Solved — New Industrial Paint Facility for Turner Coatings

Turner Coating’s brand new industrial finishing facility was a big investment, and choosing the right equipment to ensure maximum productivity and efficiency was a big decision. They knew that by making such a large investment in a technically complex facility it was crucial to ensure that they looked closely at every detail, no matter how […]