Larry Davis recently sat down with Ron Pereira from the Gemba Academy to talk about Daman Products’ journey into continuous improvement. Find out how Larry first came to learn about continuous improvement, how Daman started their lean journey, how the company handles training and the effect lean has had on Daman. Larry also reveals the quote that most inspired him and as well as what “Respect for People” means to him. You will also hear the best advice Larry ever received, Larry’s three small productivity habits and his words of wisdom featured at the end of the podcast. Click here to listen now!
Announcing the release of the white paper on the MSOE (Milwaukee School of Engineering) Study titled “Pressure Ratings and Design Guidelines for Continuous Cast Ductile Iron in Hydraulic Applications”.
This paper has been submitted by Bob O’Rourke, Met. Eng. - Product Engineering Manager of Dura-Bar and Gordon Weiler - National Sales Manager of Daman Products Company, Inc.
On March 4-8, 2014, this collaboration with Dura-Bar, Daman Products and MSOE will be featured at the IFPE 2014 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. On March 7th, O’Rourke and Weiler will co-present the highlights discovered during this study.
The methods for determining pressure ratings in components within a hydraulic circuit are defined by NFPA standard T2.6.1, R1-1991. This standard requires 2 separate tests: A burst test to determine the ultimate allowable stress and an impulse test to validate the fatigue strength of a component under cyclical loading.
In this study, the pressure rating for continuously cast ductile iron bar stock was determined using the guidelines established in T2.6.1 utilizing test manifold blocks consisting of two drilled ports, one under hydraulic pressure and the other open to the
This report contains the results of the pressure rating validation and plotting of the fatigue data for 1045 plain carbon hot rolled steel and ASTM A536 grade 65-45-12 continuous cast ductile iron.
View 30 videos featuring all aspects of Daman's culture and processes. Gemba Academy released this video series that explores the entire facility, including the factory floor and front offices, and discovers an incredibly powerful “culture of trust.”