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Mesa & environmental injection machine

W&M Environmental Group, Inc. provides environmental services to clients in a variety of industries, including Real Estate Due Diligence, Industrial Environmental Health & Safety, Natural Resources, and Industrial Hygiene/Safety. They’ve also been using the Mesa® Rugged Notepad for their data collection needs, particularly for environmental injection projects. Continue Reading…

Mesa Rugged Notepad for Preventive MaintenanceA recent article in the Turner 2.0 Newsletter describes how the Mesa® Rugged Notepad is being used with Turner Industries’ MobileOps™ software solution for preventive maintenance. According to Turner Industries: “Clients are reporting efficiency gains, drops in unplanned outages, and improved safety, all while building a contractor culture focused on optimum equipment capacity.”

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Handhelds at MODEX 2014Right now we’re in Atlanta, GA March 17-20 at MODEX 2014. If you’re at the show, come stop by our booth—we’re in #5006. MODEX 2014 is the place to go to see the latest and greatest in manufacturing and supply chain management, with exhibitors from industry, commerce, & government sectors. Continue Reading…

Many of our customers work in areas where a small spark could endanger dozens of workers. Labeled “Hazardous Locations”—or “Hazlocs”—these work areas are known to house conductive or explosive substances either very often, or simply on occasion. Oil refineries, coal mines, and flour mills are just a few places where even a small flame would be the last thing you’d want. This video perfectly illustrates that point.

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Mesa with IDBLUE RFID reader

Mesa with IDBLUE RFID reader

Have you ever tasted two things that just went perfectly together? I mean, they taste delicious on their own, but together, they forge some sort of new and exciting synergy that just downright tickles the tastebuds? This happened to me once. I had these extraordinarily sweet, ripe strawberries (I think they may have been a close relative of the Forbidden Fruit) and I ate them with a gourmet goat milk gouda cheese. You know, the smooth, velvety kind? And ohhh myyy…  Simply stated, something amazing happened.

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