Best maintenance practices for top cooling tower performance

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

Whether you are using your cooling tower to provide air conditioner cooling or for powering your production firm, one thing remains constant—it will definitely be one of the greatest energy consuming investments you'll have. This is because the cooling towers consume large amounts of water as they operate by using it to release heat from the building to the atmosphere. In order to have your cooling towers operating at optimum, you need to maximize energy efficiency.

26 December 2016

4 Must-Have Concrete Tools and Equipment for Reconstructing Your Driveway

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

After you have poured fresh concrete on your driveway, you will need a few tools to do the finishing. Both hand and power tools are equally crucial in this project because of their different finishing touches that they provide. For instance, you will need a different tool to level the new slab and a different tool if you want to decorate your driveway. Here are some of the tools you must have when paving your driveway.

23 September 2016

Are Adhesives Appropriate for Joining Steel Components?

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

Metal fabricators have several options when they want to join pieces of metal together. They can weld them together or solder one piece of metal onto another. Brazing, mechanical fasteners, and adhesives are other possibilities. This article discusses the benefits and the shortcomings of using adhesives to join your steel components. Use this information to make an informed decision about the suitability of this joining method in your application. The Benefits of Using Adhesives

22 September 2016

Answering Some Quick Questions About Door Repair and Refurbishment

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

If you have an entryway door in your home that is giving you problems, you may not need to have it replaced altogether; sometimes just a few minutes of repair are all that's needed to have it open and close freely once again. A door refurbishment can also make your door look like new, which might actually improve your home's overall curb appeal. Note a few quick questions you might have about door repair and refurbishment and then discuss this with a contractor if you still need more information.

22 September 2016

Why Powder Coating Is Considered an Environmentally Friendly Medium

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

If you are considering embarking on a paint project on your home on metallic items such as a shed, a fence or even gates, then you should consider powder coating. This type of coating is electrostatically applied onto surfaces to create an impermeable finish. It is suitable for an array of applications as you can choose from a wide assortment of textures as well as colours depending on your aesthetic preferences.

21 September 2016

Five Tips for Choosing the Right Type of Spiral Tubing for Your Facility

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

If you are buying spiral tubing to use in an industrial facility, there are several issues you need to consider to ensure you are buying the right type of spiral tubing. These tips will help guide you toward the right tubing for your needs. 1. Look for spiral tubing with openings for easy servicing. If you service your cords on a regular basis or if you need to frequently change the layout of your cords, you want spiral tubing that makes that easy.

21 September 2016

Why Opt for Plastic Extrusion?

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

One of the most commonly used manufacturing processes for plastic products today is extrusion. Extrusion is the process by which molten plastic (or any other material) is pressed through a die opening to produce products of different shapes and sizes. Here are a couple of points to support why you should use the extrusion process in your plastic manufacturing operations. Economical choice Extrusion is regarded as the most cost-effective plastic manufacturing option, as it is a continuous process that can allow you to produce a high volume of products with only minimal material waste.

20 September 2016