Choosing new industrial equipment for your business

Moving To A New Location? Use These 4 Tips To Set Up Your Storeroom

Posted by on Apr 20, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Moving your business to a new location offers you a great opportunity to re-evaluate how your storeroom is organized. It is important to keep some things in mind as you design the layout and shelving for your storeroom so that it is easy to find items and move around. Consider the following tips when setting up and organizing your storeroom in a new location. Use Polymer Shelving To design a useful storeroom, it is a good idea with the right kind of shelving. A lot of storerooms use wood shelving, but wood can shrink and expand over time...

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Keep Commercial Sewer Lines Flowing Smoothly

Posted by on Apr 18, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Traditional repairs to a sewer pipe in a commercial or industrial structure could inconvenience customers and employees, and possibly even shut down your business for a period of time as trenches are dug and pipe is replaced. A quicker and less costly alternative, one that would allow your business to continue uninterrupted as repairs are being made, is CIPP or Cured-In-Place Pipe. What is CIPP? CIPP is a seamless liner system for gravity-flow sewers that is installed inside existing pipes with diameters of between 6 and 96 inches. The liner...

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Band Saw Tires: A Few Distinctions Between Urethane & Rubber

Posted by on Apr 16, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When it comes to band saws, the right tires and wheels are is just as important as the right blade. Different tires are designed for different cutting purposes and jobs, so it is important to utilize the appropriate band saw tire when cutting, not only to ensure the best job possible, but also to maintain the integrity of your band saw. The following is a brief description of some of the differences between urethane and rubber band saw tires, and some of the unique advantages of each. Urethane Tires Urethane band saw tires are often esteemed...

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3 Maintenance Tips For Your Dental Micro Tools

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The mini instruments that you use in your dental enterprise will require you to adhere to some vital maintenance tips. Since your patients are depending on you to help take care of their teeth and gums, you owe it to them to make sure that all micro tools you use are always at their best. This will allow you to provide the utmost in dental care, and will serve as a sound investment into your business. In that regard, make sure that you follow some of these tips in order to provide yourself with the maintenance that you need for your tools....

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Why Steel Makes Sense In The 21st Century

Posted by on Apr 9, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

You may have a variety of options for the structural material on your next building project, such as concrete, aluminum or even a composite plastic. But before you make your choice, consider the proven benefits of the most commonly used metal in the world – steel. Strength Structural steel is an extremely strong building material. More specifically, typical structural steel has a tensile strength of 50,000 pounds per square inch, which is usually referred to as 50 ksi. By comparison, standard concrete’s strength is 3 to 5 ksi, while...

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Two Electrical Questions You Might Want Answered

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Understanding your home’s electrical system is essential for being a responsible homeowner, but new homeowners are unlikely to have the experience necessary to do this. As a result, they may be confused when they encounter some issues with their home’s system. Yet, a lack of understanding does not mean that you have to be bewildered when these issues arise, because learning the following couple of questions should make it easier for you know what to do when problems with your system develop.  Why Is It Bad For Your Home To...

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