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Case Study: U.S. Heritage Group

Preserving history with a Gerard Daniel Separator Machine The US Heritage Group is a Chicago-based company specializing in masonry restoration products. They produce historically accurate mortars and coatings, consultation, and training. They even do chemical analysis of material samples to ensure they perfectly match the original. They have supplied materials and guidance for building restorations…

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Case Study: Industrial Vehicle Design

Gerard Daniel Collaborates on a Winning Grille Design for Major Truck Maker In March 2015, a Gerard Daniel business development executive working with a plastic molding supplier to a major tractor-trailer cab manufacturer began discussions on the design of a front grille with a wire mesh profile for a new truck model. The opportunity came…

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Case Study: Chebeague Island Oyster Company

How Gerard Daniel shook things up at an oyster farm in Maine Ten miles east of Portland, ME and accessible only by ferry boat, Chebeague Island is the largest island in Casco Bay that is not connected to the mainland by bridge. With an eye toward small-scale economic development and environmental stewardship, Chebeague Island Oyster…

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Case Study: US Farathane

Collaboration with Gerard Daniel Helps Primary Auto Parts Supplier Stay Cool Under Pressure US Farathane is a primary supplier of injection molded plastic parts to major automotive manufacturers. US Farathane’s project manager, Hank Bergsieker, coordinates part development for components they supply to General Motors’ high-performance sports car line, the Chevrolet Corvette. One of these is…

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Case Study: Kawasaki Motocross

Gerard Daniel Adds Value to a Winning Oil Filter Design for the Motocross Team Kawasaki Motors Corp., U.S.A. is a U.S. distributor for motorcycles, side-by-sides, and watercraft. Their two-rider pro racing team, Monster Energy Kawasaki, competes in the AMA Supercross series and AMA Pro Motocross series with their KX450SR. The team needed a filtering solution…

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