ICYMI - Top 10 Blog Posts of 2019
As the start of a new decade draws near, we’re taking a moment to reflect. The Kadant blog has produced over 300 posts since its inception. Our goal is to help solve problems by providing instruction, best practices, and technical know-how. In the last year, we have covered topics related to steam, rotary joints and unions, shower oscillation, fabric cleaning, doctor blades, roll cleaning, smart products, filtration, sustainability, food safety, and much more. We hope you’ll continue your journey with us in 2020.
In case you missed them, here are the top 10 blog posts of 2019 based on popularity.
- Saturated, Wet, and Superheated Steam in Paper Drying explores the types of steam common in paper mill steam systems.
- Case Study: Mill Increases Performance with Zero Capital Investment shows how a mill was able to fix mis-installations and replace components without capital investment after a dryer inspection.
- Thermocompressors boost low-pressure steam to higher pressures for reuse in multiple applications. Learn about The Basics of a Thermocompressor.
- Discover the definition and benefits of desuperheated steam in What is Desuperheated Steam?
- Choosing the correct rotary joint is important to ensure long life and safety. Learn how to make the selection in How to Select the Right Rotary Joint for Your Application.
- Find out the reasons why shower oscillation is important in High-Pressure Shower Oscillation: It’s Not Just a Good Idea, It’s the Law!
- Process Manufacturing: Fabric and Roll Cleaning Trial Opportunities looks at how Kadant’s research facility and pilot plant in Huskvarna, Sweden, is helping customers and suppliers.
- Explore the four categories of technologies providing the methods and guidance of Industry 4.0 in The Fourth Industrial Revolution.
- Learn about the different components of a multi-passage rotary union and watch a video of how they work together in How Multi-Passage Rotary Unions Work.
- What Are Doctor Blades, Roll Cleaning Blades, and Scrapers? helps explain how these terms are used differently depending on the industry, but the product’s purpose is the same.