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Swagelok Kansas City | Little Rock | Omaha | Quad Cities

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Clothing / Toy Drive

This spring, our associates collected items for two clothing drives -- one benefiting those experiencing homelessness in our area, and one for children in Tanzania. Our team collected two boxes full of new and gently used items to donate to these charities, and the items have made their way into the hands and homes of those who can put them to good use! Great work, team!

Groundhog Run Supporting Ability KC

Our team competed in a 5k run/walk supporting Ability KC, which works to build brighter futures for children and adults with disabilities by providing comprehensive educational, vocational and therapeutic services. Since 1947, thousands of lives have been changed and celebrations of successes have occurred due to the generosity of the Kansas City community. We are happy to help sponsor -- an participate in -- this wonderful community event!

Go Red for Women

Swagelok Kansas City | Little Rock | Omaha | Quad Cities celebrated Go Red for Women Day to help raise awareness for cardiovascular disease and promote healthy living. Great job, team!

South Dakota School of Mines and Technology - Alt Fuel Vehicle

Swagelok Kansas City | Little Rock | Omaha | Quad Cities is thrilled to help sponsor a group of enthusiastic, passionate and talented young engineers who are designing and building a snowmobile for use in environmentally sensitive areas like national parks and other pristine areas. Using alternative fuels, the prototype will be entered into the SAE International Clean Snowmobile Challenge in March 2018.

The SDSM&T Alternative Fuel Vehicle-Electric Snowmobile Team is a student design team that is a part of the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Production that builds a diesel snowmobile from the ground up using an existing conventional snowmobile. The vehicle is then entered into an annual SAE Clean Snowmobile Challenge which takes place the first week of March each year in Houghton, Michigan.

The premise of the competition is to assist in atmospheric research over polar ice-caps and glacial regions where emissions from an internal combustion vehicle will skew test data. The team works to improve upon electric vehicle drive technologies by testing equipment under severe conditions utilizing a versatile chassis from Polaris Inc., as a platform. By using off-the-shelf components and drive systems from industry leaders, the team builds a diesel driven vehicle that performs at the same level as the gasoline equivalent.

Good luck, SDSM&T Alternative Fuel Vehicle team!