Process & Industrial

Capital Matters

Electrical Heat Tracing: Lessons Learned From Extreme Weather Events Such as the Recent Freeze in Texas   Read More
Why Reducing Emissions is Good for the Bottom Line There is widespread awareness and a growing sense of urgency for the need to reduce fossil-fuel emissions and slow the effects of climate change. Read More
D&Z Project for Bayer Achieves Success with Significant Time and Cost Savings Day & Zimmermann (D&Z) provided engineering (FEL3 and detailed design), procurement, and construction support for a two-year capital project that ... Read More
Expanding your Control Network – Untangling the Data Whether your next project involves a retrofit, upgrade, or expansion, odds are high that some level of data acquisition and automated control will be ... Read More
Checklist for Turnkey Bulk Material Handling Projects It is becoming more common for factories to purchase turnkey bulk material handling systems for large process upgrades. These bulk material system ... Read More
P&I Utilizes 3D Laser Scanning to Ensure Safety for Teams and Customers during COVID-19 As COVID-19 has dramatically changed industry standards throughout the country, Day & Zimmermann’s Process & Industrial is leaning on 3D laser ... Read More
Dense vs. Dilute Phase Pneumatic Conveyance: How to Choose the Right Option for your Application It is the beginning of a planning session for a new plant expansion project. You know you want to pneumatically convey your material, but you do not ... Read More
Operational Readiness: The overlooked key to capital effectiveness By Rob Bailey & Tim Trott Capital projects are typically executed with three primary goals in mind: complete the project on time, under budget, and ... Read More
Silos Are Safe Before we dive in, I wanted to start by addressing the coronavirus affecting our daily lives. These are challenging times for everyone, and I hope ... Read More
Every Capital Project is Schedule Driven … Until it’s Not As an industry that’s dedicated to finding new solutions, many capital projects still suffer from some of the same mistakes. One mishap I see happen ... Read More