New Month, New Blog, New Product!

New Month, New Blog, New Product!

Posted by ENPAC, LLC. on May 9th 2018

To this point, our blogs have focused on practical product applications with an educational edge. This month, however, we are proudly and unabashedly pushing a product. New product development is a company-wide effort, demanding coordinated effort between multiple business units. We are grateful to our engineering, production, and quality control teams for the hours they spent creating, pr … read more

April Showers Bring May...Storm Sentinels?

Posted by ENPAC, LLC. on Apr 11th 2018

While we are still battling the bitter cold here in the north, many parts of the country are plunging forward into spring. Though this rainy season begets new growth and warmer temperatures it also generates a more unappealing side-effect: flooded streets. I’m certain that nearly everyone reading this post has witnessed water rushing down the road, flowing over the storm drains meant to carry … read more

Virescit Vulnere Virtus

Posted by ENPAC, LLC. on Feb 7th 2018

You may be wondering what place a Latin idiom has headlining a blog centered around spill containment. Translated, the phrase reads “courage grows strong from a wound.” 2017 was a trying year that inflicted many wounds throughout the world in the form of natural disasters. Hurricanes ravaged the Caribbean, leaving Puerto Rico in a dire state. Unprecedented flooding wreaked havoc in Houston an … read more
The Burning River: From US Border to Magazine Cover

The Burning River: From US Border to Magazine Cover

Posted by ENPAC, LLC. on Jan 15th 2018

If you have ever wondered why ENPAC is located in Cleveland, let’s just say it is no coincidence that the town is also home to one of the Nation’s most infamous rivers, the Cuyahoga. Throughout history, this negative association has not always been the case. In fact, per the Treaty of Greenville in 1795 that ended the Northwest Indian War, the Cuyahoga River effectively became part of the wes … read more

Wishing safety to all of those affected by Hurricane Harvey and Irma

Sep 12th 2017

All of us at ENPAC send our heartfelt thoughts and well wishes to those of you who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey, Irma, and the subsequent Tropical Storms. We sincerely hope that you, your loved ones, and colleagues are safe and secure.While the needs of your family and neighbors are top priority right now, we want you to know your ENPAC team is here and ready to assist if and when you ne … read more