Plasma Cutting and Laser Cutting: What’s the Difference?

Plasma cutting and laser cutting are both widely used in industrial and fabrication settings because of their ability to cut accurately through various materials. So what’s the difference?

8 Reasons to Partner with an ASME Code Fabrication Shop

In today's industrial landscape, ensuring safety, quality, and compliance is a top priority. That's why partnering with an ASME Code Fabrication Shop can be a game-changer for your projects.

What is a Certified Welding Inspector (CWI)?

A Certified Weld Inspector (CWI) is a qualified professional trained to assess and verify the quality of welds. They ensure that welding work meets industry standards and safety requirements, contributing to the reliability and safety of various projects across industries. Goodhart Sons has two full-time certified welding inspectors (CWIs), who are essential for maintaining welding quality and safety.

The Role of Fabricators and Installers in Pollution Control

According to estimates from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), gaseous emissions of air pollutants have significantly decreased since 1980, resulting in higher air quality. However, while organizations worldwide have managed to dramatically cut down on the environmental impact of their operations, reducing environmental pollution remains an important goal for many.

Carbon Capture and Storage

Carbon capture, also known as carbon capture and storage (CCS), is a process that involves capturing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from various sources, such as power plants, industrial facilities, and other large-scale emitters.