Oxy Fuel Cutting

Beveling Band

Oxy fuel cutting has been around for more than a hundred years, and little has changed in the process since that time. The invention revolutionized the cutting and welding industries, and ultimately led to the development of today’s cutting torches, tips, flashback arrestors, etc. which have resulted in a much safer and more efficient way…

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Rim Clamp solves pipe ovality issues

Rim Clamp on the Pipeline

The oil and gas pipeline industry has had a challenging few years as a result of the global economic conditions and the low oil price. Contractors are increasingly looking for ways to reduce costs when budgeting for projects, and increasingly this has led to an increase in pipes being supplied from emerging markets. This, when…

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RULES NO PURCHASE IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE THE CHANCES OF WINNING. 1. Eligibility: Sweepstakes (the “Sweepstakes”) is open only to those who sign up at the online sweepstakes page and who are at least 21+ years old at the time of entry. The sweepstakes is open to the…

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2018 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting

Sawyer Mfg. was honored to receive the 2018 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting The 2018 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting was presented at the 2018 Oklahoma World Trade Conference held at the Renaissance Hotel & Convention Center in Tulsa, OK on April 5, 2018. The Governor’s Award for Excellence in Exporting annually recognizes…

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Pipeline – 116 Years Ago

January 10, 1901 On the Pipeline – 116 years ago a gusher at Spindletop signaled the beginning of the modern U.S. oil industry. A well at the oil field known as Spindletop near Beaumont, Texas struck oil. This gusher “blew for nine days at a rate estimated at 100,000 barrels (16,000 m3) of oil per…

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Pipeline – 106 Years Ago

January 12, 1911 On the Pipeline – 106 Years ago, court proceedings were in the process of breaking up a major monopoly. Rearguments began in Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States. When the case was decided four months later, the oil giant was declared a monopoly and forced to break up. Prior…

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Meet the Sawyer Team – Kenny

Our employees are a great group of skilled individuals that contribute to our unique culture at Sawyer. We would like everyone to Meet the Sawyer Team. HEY Kenny…. What do you do at Sawyer? I work on most manual machines. What is your favorite thing to work on? I like to run the boring machine.…

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Underwater Renewable Energy

Last month, we discussed a rather interesting way of generating energy in an unconventional and renewable manner. However, the constant problem facing all energy producers is how to store it once it’s been “created.” Well, wouldn’t you know there are innovators out there designing new ways to do just that. For instance a company called…

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Hog manure into natural gas

Smells like innovation As part of the never-ending quest to produce renewable energy and reduce waste, one Missouri group is thinking outside the box, or maybe the more accurate way to put it is they’re thinking outside the pen. Their plan? Turning hog manure into usable natural gas that can go directly from the farm…

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