Winterize Your Industrial Plant


Winter storms in Texas knocked out industrial plants that were not designed to function in low temperatures. It's like those cold snaps we hear about from time to time damaging orange crops in Florida. The continental U.S. is geographically large enough to have areas that tend toward warmer averages (Texas and Florida), and those that tend toward colder averages (Maine and Minnesota). But let's face it, the continental U.S. does not include the equator or Antarctica (areas that are safer bets for unwavering weather extremes), so from an engineering standpoint, allowing for operation on the opposite end of a given weather [...]