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Scaffolding Basics For First-Time Home Builders Or Remodelers

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If you’re finally reaching that stage of your construction or renovation project where it’s time to get hands-on, you might be looking for solutions for your elevated work. One of the best ways to complete elevated construction safely is with the use of scaffolding. If you’ve never used it before, it’s important that you understand the basics before you try to jump into it. Here are some of the fundamentals that you should know for safe scaffolding use. Read More»

4 Signs You Need A Utility Body For Your Truck

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Offering multiple compartments, a new truck stature overall, and an insane level of convenience, utility truck bodies are a popular addition to the ordinary pickup truck. But how do you know if investing in truck utility bodies is the right move for you? Before you make that decision, it is best to look at why you may need these vehicle accessories. Check out this short list of four signs that you need a truck utility body for your pickup truck. Read More»

Why Buying Hydraulic Hose Fittings Online Is A Good Idea

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In the past, when you needed to purchase hydraulic hoses, fittings and other necessary parts for your industrial business, you might have purchased them locally. Nowadays, however, buying them online can be a better choice. These are a few reasons why buying hydraulic hose fittings online can be a great idea. Choose from a Larger Selection of Sizes As you probably already know, size is very important when you’re buying hose fittings. Read More»

Some Solutions to Keep Your Business Storage Safe from Falling Objects

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There are many dangers for businesses that must store and move heavy objects or hazardous materials. Falling objects account for a major portion of accidents on the job. To ensure your business is safe, you need to have storage solutions that prevent these accidents. Cable systems for racks or shelves can prevent accidents from happening. Materials-handling equipment is another solution for these work hazards. Some of the things that you need to be aware of for your business are as follows. Read More»

Need To Protect Pipes Running Through Metal Surfaces? Use Rubber Grommets For Protection

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If you have piping that runs through metal surfaces, the metal will damage the piping over time. Fortunately, you can keep this from happening by using rubber grommets. Below is some information about rubber grommets, the different types available, as well as the benefits of using them. Rubber Grommets A rubber grommet is used to line the edges of something, such as fabric or holes to protect piping, cable, and other items for protection. Read More»

Springing A Leak: What You Should Know About Air Leaks In Your Compressor

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When your shop depends on the reliability and consistency of air compressors for power tools and machinery, you need to be proactive about maintenance and inspections. Although you might be aware of this need, routine upkeep can easily fall through the cracks of your demanding schedule. Failure to keep up with your compressors can lead to wear and tear that might cause air leaks. Here’s a look at what you need to know about air compressor leaks and how to find them. Read More»

3 Tips To Prevent Your Truck's Trailer Hitch From Being An Eyesore

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If you love the way that your truck looks, you might not like the idea of attaching a trailer hitch. However, having one in place can make it easier for you to use your truck for work or play, such as pulling a trailer for your business or allowing you to tow a recreational vehicle. Luckily, your trailer hitch does not have to be a total eyesore. If you follow these tips, you can keep your truck looking nice while enjoying the advantages of one of these hitches. Read More»

Three Reasons Why You Should Toss Food-Contaminated Waste Where It Belongs -- And That's Not In The Office Recycle Bin

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If you manage or direct an industrial facility and are trying to reduce the amount of waste you send out – and trying to increase the amount of material that gets recycled – you must be extra careful about how your employees dispose of their lunch materials. You can easily ruin any attempt to decrease waste if they place the waste in the wrong bins. While some of the waste will be recyclable, like clean cardboard containers or plastic drink bottles, other items will have to be thrown away due to food contamination. Read More»

3 Tips For Preparing Cold Rolled Steel For Your Factory's Safety Rail Fabrication Project

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If you work at a factory that needs you to fabricate new safety rails, they may give you raw cold rolled steel tubing with which to work. If you do not have much experience working with the material, you may not know how to properly prepare it. If so, use the following three tips for preparing the steel for rail fabrication. Thoroughly Degrease The Surface The first thing you should do when preparing the steel rails is to degrease the surface. Read More»

3 Reasons You Can Smell Your Septic Tank Inside Your House

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The one smell that no one really wants to smell inside of their house is sewage. If you have a septic tank and can smell the sewage from it inside of your house, you have a problem. Here are the three most common reasons you can smell your septic tank inside of your home and what you can do about it. #1 Dry Drains One of the most common reasons for the smell of sewage to start stinking up your house is dry drains. Read More»