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Paying Attention To Industrial Safety Concerns

After one of my guys almost got smashed by an overhead boom, I knew that we had to make a few changes. Instead of ignoring safety protocols and living with our outdated equipment, I decided to invest a little money into industrial equipment and supplies. We updated our machinery to include safety features, and we started asking each of our employees to wear brightly-colored jackets so that we could tell where everyone was. It took an overhaul of the entire business, but when we were done, things ran a lot smoother. Check out this blog for ideas on how to keep your team safe.

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4 Benefits Of Stainless Steel Valves

In industrial settings, valves are commonly uses for a variety of purposes. Valves are available in a number of different materials, but stainless steel valves have become increasingly popular for industrial use. There are a number of benefits of using stainless steel valves in an industrial setting, such as: Durability One of the biggest benefits that stainless steel valves have over valves made of other types of metal is the fact that they are incredibly durable and robust. Read More 

Five Mistakes To Avoid When Designing The Maintenance Regime For Your Industrial Couplers

Industrial couplers and coupling equipment need to be properly maintained to maximize their longevity and ensure safety around your facility.  You need to design a thorough maintenance regime to keep your couplers in operating condition and to detect repair and replacement needs as they arise. The following are five mistakes to avoid when designing the maintenance regime for your couplers to ensure safety and maximize productivity: Not optimizing usage to reduce wear and tear on couplers Read More 

3 Benefits Of Using A Backup Wrench In Industrial Settings

When you look in your maintenance toolbox, you might find a lot of wrenches and other tools, but one thing that you might not find is a backup wrench. However, in an industrial setting where you may have to work on a lot of machinery and equipment, having a backup wrench is pretty much a necessity. After all, a backup wrench is useful in many ways. Here's why 1. It Holds Parts in Place Read More 

Scaffolding Safety For Masonry Companies: Proactive Tips To Keep Your Employees Safe

There is a reason that so many large buildings are designed with masonry walls. In addition to providing a pleasing appearance that requires little or no maintenance, masonry walls provide a fire resistant surface and long-lasting durability that often holds up well for a century or more. But building these strong masonry walls is difficult, labor-intensive work that requires masons to lift and set heavy blocks, bricks, and rocks, often while working several stories above the ground atop a scaffolding system. Read More 

A Few Of The Steps Involved In Getting A Septic Tank Installed

Installing a septic system for your new home is a complex process. Dropping in the new tank is the easiest part. Before that can be done, the drainfield has to be installed, and that could entail bringing in gravel and sand. Here are some things that need to be done when having a septic tank installed. Learn About Local Codes There may be local ordinances concerning where you can have the septic tank installed. Read More