2018

Why Crane Rental Makes More Sense Than Buying

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

If you run a small construction or landscaping business, then you know just how important it is to make every dollar count. But sometimes, when you bid out a job, it can be hard to account for every expense beforehand; like equipment rental. Although it may be tempting to buy your own skid steer or crane, renting a crane from a crane services company may be the better choice. Here's why. 

8 June 2018

4 Reasons Your Business Should Take Advantage Of Scrap Metal Recycling

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

If your company creates a bit of scrap metal from time to time, it might interest you to know that it is possible to recycle this waste product. Recycling your company's scrap metal can help the environment in multiple ways and might even help your company's bottom line in the long run. Here are four reasons why you should start recycling scrap metal today. Reduce Mankind's Energy Consumption While the exact amount of energy saved will depend on what kind of metal we are talking about, you should know that in general, recycling metal uses far less energy than creating new metal from scratch.

24 April 2018

2 Benefits Of Electric Valve Actuators

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

Electric valve actuators can be used across various industries as a means of turning off the supply of water, air, electricity or anything else to your equipment immediately when needed. With an electric valve actuator, you can actually turn off this supply from a distance in mere seconds. These are a few reasons why this can be a better option than having to manually do it yourself. 1. Focus on Safety

19 March 2018

3 Reasons To Use A Nylon-Bristled Brush When Finishing Metal Products

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

Metal is used to create a number of valuable components and products that consumers rely on each day. In order for manufactured metal items to be safe for public use, they must undergo a finishing process. This process eliminates any burrs or imperfections from the surface of the metal. One of the most common finishing practices when it comes to metal manufacturing is the use of an abrasive brush to help smooth out metal surfaces.

22 February 2018