Sometimes there are products that have so many advantages, you wonder why they haven’t been around since the dawn of time. Take the iPad, for instance. Or solar calculators. Or The Price is Right.
Like the combination of ductile iron and ceramic epoxy paint coatings for the electrical transmission and distribution industry. Let me explain.
Since Benjamin Franklin famously flew his kite connected to a key with shocking results, man has improved upon electricity and its efficiency in getting from Point A to Point B. And now, Induron is part of a T&D electricity team that is going to save you money AND make your power grid greener. Continue reading Duc, Duc, Goose→
Amidst all the political name calling, Occupy this-and-that and bad news on TV, there really are still some true American philanthropists.
The earthquake that struck Washington, D.C., last August caused structural cracks in the Washington Monument – not what you want to see in a national landmark honoring the father of our country. But David Rubenstein, co-founder of The Carlyle Group, donated the $7.5 million needed to restore the landmark to its original glory.
I have to think that if there were more people like Rubenstein in America, we’d all be better off. All those complaining about the 1%-ers wouldn’t have much to gripe about! We can all learn from him that it’s important to give back to causes we support, whether we can give $1 or $1 million.
Nobody likes to look like an dummy. Especially you.
Now, Induron can’t keep you from looking like an dummy if you install a ceiling fan and forget to cut off the electricity at the breaker box. Or if you try your wife’s yoga class. Or if you dress up like the back end of a horse for Halloween.
But we CAN help prevent it if you work with us on a project. Let me explain.
When we say that we’re with you before, during and after a project, we don’t just mean that we’re standing there, hovering over you, watching you work (because that would be strange). We mean that our sales reps want to ensure that the owner of the project is pleased. Continue reading Induron: Keeping You From Looking like a Dummy→
Not to sound like an alarmist, but the world’s water supply is, in fact, a finite resource. Potable water might not get the same publicity as oil or other fossil fuels, but it is significantly more important for civilization than even energy. Projects like this San Diego “recycling” experiment might seem weird, or even a little gross, on the surface, but after a little thought just might be the future of drinking water in arid and semi-arid environments throughout the world.