Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Is Climate Engineering a New Use for Calcium Carbonate?

    Geoengineering is a type of weather modification (or climate engineering) which has been researched, but, until recently, has been considered too unpredictable to attempt on a large scale. Two engineers are set to assess and research the benefits and risks of geoengineering by spraying particles of sulfur dioxide, alumina or calcium carbonate from a high-altitude…

    Posted 4/6/17 at 3:10 PM

  • 19 Years of Aggregate Advocacy at the Ohio State House

    Did you know that every Ohio resident requires about 11 tons of aggregates each year? That makes for a booming stone, sand and gravel industry in the Buckeye State. Ohio aggregates and industrial materials producers recently took that message to lawmakers in the state house in Columbus, Ohio, last month for the Ohio Aggregates &…

    Posted 4/6/17 at 12:15 PM

  • Introducing ASGCO®’s Semi-Ceramic Pulley Lagging. Newly Improved Ceramic Tile Corrects Belt Slippage and Premature Wear.

    ASGCO®’s has added a Semi-Ceramic™ Pulley Lagging to their pulley lagging product line, featuring 40% coverage. The addition of this Semi-Ceramic™ Lagging allows ASGCO® to offer a semi-ceramic product range to provide customers with a choice between full ceramic coverage with our Arrowhead® Ceramic Pulley Lagging for a high tension drive pulley’s, as well as less than full ceramic coverage with ASGCO®’s new Semi-Ceramic™ Lagging for smaller pulley’s, non-drive pulley’s and bend pulley’s.

    Posted 4/5/17 at 3:35 PM

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