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Need To Keep Traffic And People Away From Your Building? You Should Use Bollards

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If you have a business that you need to keep people and traffic away due to their safety, you can use bollards in different areas. Bollards are a short post and can be manufactured to withstand a lot of abuse, such as impacts from vehicles. You can also use bollards to complement your building, as well as your landscaping. Below is some information about this so you can decide if you should use bollards.…

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Tips for Preventing Rust While Storing Extra Cold-Rolled Steel

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Cold-rolled steel is strong and durable, but it is still subject to rusting if it isn’t stored properly. Having extra steel on hand during your construction projects, and so you can make repairs, is very helpful, but if you go to get some steel and find it covered with rust, then it becomes unusable. Proper storage involves multiple tactics, starting when the steel is about to leave the factory. Ensure the Steel Is Coated or Oiled…

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Heated Hoses: Getting Started

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During freezing conditions, heated hoses are sometimes needed for RVs, barns, job-site trailers, and more. The great thing about heated hoses is that they are controlled by a thermostat and will not turn on unless the temperatures are freezing. However, to get the most out of the heated hose, you will need to know how to use it properly. Using The Hose The hose can simply be unrolled and used just like any other hose.…

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3 Reasons To Hire A Professional To Install Your Pallet Racking

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If you are installing pallet racking in your place of business, you might be looking forward to being able to use them for organizational purposes. Since you might have already spent the cash to buy the pallet racks themselves, however, you might not be looking forward to paying someone to install them, too. Because of this, you might be thinking about handling this job in-house. However, hiring a pro to install your pallet racking can be worth the cost.…

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3 Problems That All Start With Bad Diesel Fuel And Poor Filtration

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If you own a diesel vehicle or machine, bad fuel could be the cause of many of your headaches. Diesel fuel can often have additives, such as water, recycled waste and particles of different materials. During the refining process, these materials are often removed. If something goes wrong or cheaper processes are used to filter the fuel, this can mean a disaster for your diesel engines. Here are some of the most common problems that all start with bad fuels:…

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Tips To Help You Successfully Mix Your Own Concrete

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When you need to do your own concrete work, you can order ready-made concrete or mix your own in a rented concrete mixer or your wheelbarrow. When you have a small concrete job to complete, such as pouring concrete for a porch stoop, a small patio, or concrete fence post footings, your wheelbarrow is the right size for the job. Rent a concrete mixer for larger jobs. Here are some tips and instructions to help you prepare for concrete work, mix the concrete, correct any mixture mistakes, and clean-up.…

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How To Turn Old Cardboard Mailing Tubes Into Storage Solutions: Five Ideas

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If your home or business is littered with old cardboard mailing tubes, there are a range of ways that you can reuse them. In particular, you can convert your old mailing tubes into useful storage solutions. Here are five storage ideas to inspire you. Artwork Children produce a lot of artwork, especially during their early school and preschool years. To keep their artistic efforts organized, consider putting their artwork in a cardboard mailing tube.…

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Best Practices For Preparing A Temporary Boiler Rental

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If your facility relies on an industrial steam supply, then it’s only a matter of time before the need for a temporary boiler arises. Whether you’re dealing with scheduled maintenance, emergency repairs or plant equipment retrofitting, a temporary boiler can help prevent unnecessary downtime and help your facility save money in the process. There are a few best practices you should consider when it comes to renting temporary steam plant equipment:…

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Sealing The Deal On Higher Quality: Reasons To Love Aluminum Seals

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Owning and operating an industrial plant requires careful attention to detail. You and your workers are surrounded by a number of large machines and heavy equipment. From pressure vessels to stamps and presses, each piece of machinery can either make or break the success of your industry. That is why it is so important that you choose the right parts for your machinery, such as aluminum seals. There are a few reasons why aluminum seals are so beneficial.…

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7 Benefits Of Choosing a Centrifugal Fan for Your Business

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Centrifugal blowers use innovative aerodynamics and technology to move air and gas. The centrifugal fan is often referred to as a squirrel cage fan because of the shape and designed. The kinetic energy increases the pressure that is created by the stream of gas or air. There are many benefits of using centrifugal blowers—here are just seven of them. Energy efficiency Centrifugal blowers are highly energy efficient, making them environmentally friendly.…

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