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About Joseph Industries
Reman Torque Converters
Your Advantages with Joseph:
- Save money, buy direct
- Reasonable and fair
warranty policies with
liberal labor allowances
- Ready-to-Ship reman
components for popular
- Repair and Return
service of your
- Largest selection of
- Reduce your freight
expense using our carrier
- Expert technical support
- We track your core
credits so you don't lose
- Centralized billing for your
- Management of your
reman program through
- Failure analysis and
engineering services to
The Joseph Difference
Joseph Industries takes pride in
helping you extend the life of your material handling, construction
and agricultural equipment! Over 60 years of remanufacturing
expertise means that we can help you get your equipment back in
service fast! We stock many popular industrial torque converters,
transmissions, engines and overhaul kits for immediate shipment. If
we do not stock the item you need, you can send us your unit on a
remanufacture and return basis and we will have it back to you, like
Our industrial products are remanufactured to
exacting standards to provide superior performance.
Environmentally friendly? Inexperience? Money?
If you’re reading this while at work, “green”
could mean all of the above.
Did you know that you can add Joseph Industries to the
list as well? For
over 60 years, our remanufactured industrial transmissions,
engines, torque converters and associated remanufacturing
services, as well as our transmission overhaul kits, engine
overhaul kits and individual parts have been
in regards to the manufacturing energy they’ve saved and the
amount of landfill waste they’ve reduced.
These products and services, coupled with the technical
expertise we provide, will erase any
may have with unfamiliar brands and types of material handling,
light construction and agricultural equipment.
Finally, our offerings will save you a lot of
When industry wants to go “green”, they go Joseph!
We realize that going “green”
doesn’t end at work.
For those of you who want to continue a “green”
lifestyle at home, we would like to offer the following tips:
Tip #1: Drive Less Often
A daily car commute of 20 miles round trip can add up to more
than $2,000 per year, with no parking fees included. Replacing
even one or two car trips a week will trim your fuel bill, but
driving smarter can also help. Combine multiple errands into one
trip, frequent nearby stores and try to group your family's
appointments and/or destinations together. Map out the most
efficient route before leaving and try to avoid busier traffic
times and areas. If
you work in an office, inquire about any carpooling initiatives.
You can also check your city’s website for relevant
routes and also ask for free (or deeply discounted) bus, train
or subway passes.
Better yet, equip a bike to carry daily necessities and ride to
the office, as well as the grocery store, post office or other
you can't fit as much on a bike as in a car, but an added bonus
is the healthier lifestyle that you’ll achieve!
Tip #2: Reduce Electrical Consumption
Taking a few minutes to turn off or unplug electrical devices
can help you save a few dollars off your electric bill each
month. At home, go ahead and turn off the lights when leaving an
Take an extra few seconds to shut down your computer and printer
when not in use instead of letting them idle with the power on.
Although annoying, making a morning routine of unplugging
TV’s, VCR’s, radios, fans, etc. before leaving for work can also
help you save.
You'll get used to doing it in no time flat once it becomes a
When you're looking to buy new major appliances, go for energy
efficient models with the fewest frills you can accept (an
icemaker requires more power than you think!). Check out Energy
Star and other efficiency ratings for new purchases.
If you already own an appliance, remember to clean
filters, insulate water heaters and do other simple maintenance
to maximize energy savings.
Tip #3: Change Your Lighting
If the term “fluorescent bulb” makes you think of old industrial
lighting with long glass tubes that buzz and hum, then you need
to think again.
Today’s compact fluorescent light bulbs are nothing like that
and they can save you $30.00 in energy costs over the life of
each bulb. You need
to look for ones with higher lumens (not watts) for brighter
light. You should
also check them for a color rendering index (CRI) over 80, or
descriptive words like "warmer light" to get closer to an
incandescence lighting atmosphere.
Tip #4: Use Less Water
Did you know that in the average home, the water heater can be
second only to the heating system in energy usage? To use less
energy, turn the water heater down to 120°. Wash full loads of
laundry in cool water. If you need to use hot water, try to
rinse in cold. In the bathroom, take water saving quick showers
in lieu of baths.
Install low flow showerheads and faucet aerators.
Turn the water off when you're shaving or brushing your
teeth. If you have
to let the water run until it heats up, be prepared to catch the
unheated water and use it to water your plants.
In the kitchen, remember that you don't need to scald
every dish or utensil to get them clean and don't forget to turn
the water off while you're scrubbing!
As far as your method of heating water, investigate using
a solar powered heating system or an on-demand type hot water
heater. Both can
save you on energy costs.
Tip #5: Choose More Products With Less Packaging
Think of the many layers that can surround a product.
It can be put in a pouch for cleanliness, which is then
placed in a clear sleeve for visibility, which is then
surrounded by a box for protection and then the whole thing is
placed in a bag for easy portability.
This may be necessary for porcelain dolls, but for a
container of breath mints, it can be infuriating as well as a
waste of time, money and resources.
With so many similar products crowding store shelves, try
choosing the ones that incorporate less packaging.
You'll generally find that companies who give careful
thought to packaging waste are usually environmentally friendly
on other levels as well.
If you don’t have time to compare items, you can buy
product refills only.
Another great idea is to bring a canvas tote to transport
items home. If
you order meals for takeout, consider eating in.
This could cut down usage on disposable plates, utensils,
napkins, condiments and packaging.
Tip #6: Buy Local And Organic Foods
Did you know that the strawberries you had in your cereal this
morning may have traveled thousands of miles to get to your
bowl? Buying locally grown produce, whether it's from a
produce stand or a
conscientious supermarket, can conserve fuel, reduce pollution
and support your local economy.
An added plus is that produce grown nearby doesn't
require preservatives or special preparation to keep it fresh
and spending the extra money on organic produce will not only
keep you from potentially ingesting toxic pesticides, but it's
good for the environment. Support organic farming and you'll be
helping to protect water from pollutants, cut down on soil
erosion and conserve the energy and expense it takes to produce
fertilizers and pesticides.
Tip #7: Plant Trees
There are few things that offer the instant gratification you’ll
receive when you plant trees. You get exercise, immediate visual
gratification and some serious self-satisfaction. Your trees
will convert nasty pollutants to pure oxygen and offer a welcome
refuge for wildlife.
It’s also widely known that trees absorb carbon dioxide,
which helps reduce global warming, and that tree roots can help
prevent soil erosion.
Depending on what kind of trees you choose, and where you
plant them, the shade can potentially cool your home as well as
offer a perfect spot for meditation or recreation. Trees become
sentimental and charming when planted for a child as a living
growth chart or in memory of a loved one
Tip #8: Recycle More
Careful shopping and a little creativity can keep your trash
pile from growing. Look for and choose products that utilize
recycled packaging, such as bottles, cans, paper products and
cereal boxes made from recyclable materials that are better the
second time around.
Take used car batteries, antifreeze, and motor oil back to
participating return or drop-off sites.
Return plastic bags to
the grocery store. Give old cell phones, eye glasses and cars to
your favorite charities. Compost your leftovers and keep your
lawn well fed by letting fresh grass clippings lie.
Tip #9: Switch to "Green" Power
In many states, you can choose to purchase renewable energy from
your local power company.
To find out if your local utility has a green power
source, check the
Green Power Network on-line.
Tip #10: Spread the Word!
To react to and participate in an environmentally friendly
world, become knowledgeable and share what you learn!
Joseph Industries has over 60 years of engine,
transmission and torque converter remanufacturing excellence for:
Material Handling Equipment
Our offerings include the following
Joseph Tech Tip:
checking the oil and coolant levels, prior to starting a newly
installed engine, it’s a good idea to verify that you have
the correct spark plug wire to spark plug connections
necessary to provide proper firing order!
We can provide master cylinders, power steering cylinders, wheel
bearing kits, king pin kits, pumps, axle housings, tie rod ends,
brake pads, brake band assemblies, brake drum assemblies and
stabilizer pads for many Case Backhoe applications.
Industrial Genuine Parts
Contact us today!