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Filling the Gap: Simplifying Field Installation to Address the Construction Skills Gap in Manufacturing

The Manufacturing Institute reports, “over the next decade, nearly 3.5 million manufacturing jobs likely need to be filled and the skills gap is expected to result in 2 million of those jobs going unfilled.”

In Sulphur Recovery Units, traditional brick checkerwalls are time and labor-intensive to install and repair, and prone to failure which causes expensive outages and costly turnarounds.

Originally published in Hydrocarbon Engineering magazine, this paper highlights Blasch technologies designed to bridge the impending skills gap. Blasch ceramic products are mortar-free, easy to install, require no specialized labor, and have long timespans between replacements.

Download your paper today to learn more about these revolutionary developments and how your plant will operate at peak efficiency and substantial costs savings over brick and mortar mixing walls.

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