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Maintaining Machinery, Upgrading Equipment, and Other Industrial and Manufacturing Blogs

Do you work in the industrial and manufacturing sector? Do you manage or own a facility? Do you want guidance on how to maintain machines? Are you looking for tips on how to find everything from the right caster wheels, to the best cooling tower replacement parts, to the most effective industrial floor mats? Then, I'm glad you found this blog, and I think it will provide what you need. This blog is a collection of some of the most interesting ideas from the internet and beyond. It includes a mixture of experience, thoughts, facts and advice. Take a look, and share these posts. Thanks for reading.

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Pick the Best Molasses Tank Using These 5 Features
12 February 2018

People who would like to buy a tank for storing mo

Home Projects That May Require a Structural Engineer
26 January 2018

If you need to repair, renovate, or remodel your h

A Beginner's Guide to the Different Types of Welding
15 January 2018

The world of welding can be confusing for someone

4 Useful Tips for DIYers When Dressing Reclaimed Timber
3 January 2018

Reclaimed timber has become common in home improve

Four Facts You Need to Know About Concrete Trowels
18 December 2017

If you've planning to pour some concrete for the f

Pick the Best Molasses Tank Using These 5 Features

People who would like to buy a tank for storing molasses, such as a tank from a place like Team Poly, need to be selective. This is because molasses is heavy and requires a strong tank. This article discusses how you can identify the best plastic tank for storing molasses at your farm. Weight Examine different molasses tanks on the market and compare them in terms of their weight for the same holding capacity. Read More 

Home Projects That May Require a Structural Engineer

If you need to repair, renovate, or remodel your home, you may not think of calling an actual engineer to the site for an inspection of the home and your plans. However, it's very short-sighted to think that you can make just any change to a home and not have it affect the home's overall framework and structural integrity. Unless your remodelling plans involve nothing more than just a fresh coat of paint, it can be good to consult with an engineer before you start work so you know if those changes you're planning would affect the home's safety. Read More 

A Beginner’s Guide to the Different Types of Welding

The world of welding can be confusing for someone who has not been specifically trained in it. However, it is a vital part of the work carried out on construction sites, industrial sites and manufacturing projects, so if you are new to the industry and want to orient yourself, or if you are a manager responsible for running and overseeing the work of welders, it is useful to get to know the basics so you can understand what is happening on your project. Read More 

4 Useful Tips for DIYers When Dressing Reclaimed Timber

Reclaimed timber has become common in home improvement projects such as the installation of outdoor decking and accentuating walls and flooring. Reclaimed wood comes in various shapes and sizes, and it is sourced from different places such as barns, dead wood, and old shipping pallets. The timber might need a little preparation before it becomes ready for use since it might have taken a beating when you found it. Here are some helpful tips for preparing salvaged timber so it becomes smooth and ideal for use in your DIY projects. Read More 

Four Facts You Need to Know About Concrete Trowels

If you've planning to pour some concrete for the first time, you may be investing in various supplies, including a concrete trowel. Before you buy or use your trowel, there are a few things you should know. Check out these facts. 1. There Are Power Trowels When you think of concrete trowels, you may immediately picture a hand tool, but that isn't the only option. If you're working with a large area or if you plan to do a lot of concrete work, you may want to invest in a power trowel. Read More