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  • Why You Shouldn't Skimp On An HVAC Unit For Your Factory

    17 February 2018

    If you looking to install a heating and air conditioning system in your factory, you could be looking at price as a major factor. After all, even though you probably want to install a unit in your factory, you might not want to spend a lot of money on it. However, you should know that going with the cheapest unit possible is probably not a good idea. Instead, you will probably want to talk to a pro and invest in the best HVAC unit that you can.

  • Why Pleated Air Filters Can Help Wood Workers Avoid Problematic Lawsuits

    12 December 2017

    Wood working shops can be a great way for people who love carpentry to make a little extra money or to be completely independent. Unfortunately, wood dust could threaten the health and well-being of your employees and lead to a lawsuit. Thankfully, pleated air filters can protect your employees and you from these dangers. Why Wood Dust Is a Danger Wood dust is a danger to both the skin and respiratory health of your workers.

  • 3 Ways To Make Use Of Wire Mesh On Your Farm

    6 December 2017

    If you are a farmer, you might always find yourself looking for simple yet reliable materials that you can use for various applications. One material that you might not be using quite enough is wire mesh. In fact, you might be surprised by the many things that you can use wire mesh for on your farm. These are just some of the ways that this material can make your life easier.

  • 4 Tips For A Safe Excavation Job

    16 November 2017

    Excavation and shoring are two of the toughest jobs that you can engage in as a construction worker. Whenever you have a job that requires excavation and shoring, it is important to review safety tips with all employees before you start on the project.  #1 Always Pre-Plan You always need to pre-plan when you have an excavation job to do. Research the type of soil you will be working with and any underground wires you may encounter during your dig.

  • Own A Restaurant? How To Care For And Protect Your Stainless Steel Equipment

    17 October 2017

    If you own a restaurant, you have a kitchen full of expensive industrial-quality equipment. At least some of it is probably stainless steel. To keep your restaurant up and running, you need to ensure that your equipment is cared for properly. You might have heard that stainless steel equipment can't rust or corrode. While that might be technically true, your stainless steel equipment is still prone to damage if it doesn't receive the care it needs.

  • Installing Electric Valve Actuators: 3 Benefits These Systems Are Able To Provide

    27 February 2017

    If a piece of machine or if your assembly line requires valve actuators to control the flow of a certain type of liquid or gas, you're usually left with the option of installing pneumatic, hydraulic, or electric actuators. Electric valve actuators are relatively new to the market; however, they are quickly becoming some of the most popular parts for a variety of reasons. If you're on the fence regarding which type of valve actuators might be most compatible for your system, take a look at the following 3 benefits that you can get from installing electric valve actuators.

  • 4 Pipeline Metering Station Design Flaws That Increase Repair Costs

    31 January 2016

    Pipeline metering stations are essential for tracking and managing the flow of natural gas over long distances, and the design of the station plays a big role in how well the equipment functions over long periods of time. A few simple mistakes can result in far more repair calls than usual as extra wear and tear causes the metering equipment to break down or even damages the pipeline itself. Design your metering stations right from the beginning by avoiding these four common mistakes to reduce what you spend on repair and maintenance over the lifetime of the each station.

  • Frequently Asked Questions About Road Dust Control

    21 December 2015

    In 2009 it was estimated that approximately two million miles of American roadways were unpaved. This means that the roads were either made of dirt or gravel, rather than cement or asphalt. The primary reason for this is that cement and asphalt roads are expensive to lay, and on roads that aren't heavily traveled, a dirt or gravel road is sufficient. Unfortunately though, as cars drive over these unpaved roads, dust kicks up.

  • Pond Maintenance Myths: The Truth About Pond Pumps

    5 November 2015

    Have you been considering the addition of a pond in your backyard? A pond can transform your backyard from boring to beautiful. When you relax outside with the sound and sight of your pond, you are transported to a magic oasis from the comfort of your home. However, there are a few maintenance myths you need to be aware of regarding pond pumps. #1: Natural ponds do not have pumps, which makes them unnecessary for manmade ponds.

  • Tips For Ensuring Safety With Your Dumpster Rental

    28 September 2015

    A dumpster is a valuable investment if you have a commercial property. The dumpster provides you with a single point for disposing of your bagged waste. It's important that you understand, though, that dumpsters are also a safety concern. Recognizing the safety risks associated with a dumpster can help you protect your company and your employees. Here are some things you should keep in mind when you're renting a dumpster.