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How Thermal Break Helps Achieve LEED Certification

For any structural engineer, adhering to energy efficiency standards is an important piece in building and construction. Building standards and energy standards go hand in hand; over the years these standards evolved as requirements changed with them. Because of this change, many architects and engineers prioritize energy efficiency in their future building and construction plans.

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How Fabreeka Assists Automotive Testing Engineers

When it comes to buying a new vehicle, safety is the number one priority for prospective buyers and sellers alike. We’ve all seen the commercials of sports cars flying along a winding interstate before an advertisement flashes on the screen showing the car’s latest five-star safety rating. But, before the car hits the road, automotive test engineers cover a lot of ground to prevent any structural failures or malfunctions of critical equipment.

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Successful Solutions in Building and Construction

The building and construction industry is an ever-evolving ecosystem. For any nation to prosper, developing well-constructed infrastructure is quintessential. With time, the industry grew to adopt innovative ideas such as green building that aims to develop environmentally responsible design plans, modular construction, 3-D imaging and more.

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The History of Fabreeka and the Rail Industry

During the early 1930s, the idea for Fabreeka pads was conceived when Fabreeka Sales Manager William P. Brennan was asked by a friend of his in the railroad industry whether Fabreeka belting could reduce noise in passenger cars. Due to the noise generated by the steel wheels rolling on the steel rail, isolation was needed so passengers inside of the cars would not be bothered by the noise.

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