I think aligning America is what we need to do… or Realigning America.
Years ago alignments were done properly, but some of the old millwrights had days or weeks to install machinery. In this day and time it’s twice the work and half the people, so that process gets skipped sometimes and the companies end up paying, not only in lost productivity, but bearing failures, seal failures and constant maintenance.
So if we sound bold by saying we want to align America, I think it’s exactly what we have in mind. One pump, one plant, one state, and one nation at a time.
Really, so many companies need to perform precision alignment that don’t. So many companies have been performing what they thought was precision alignment, and it wasn’t. If we just scratch the surface of those, we’ll be as busy as bees.