5 Tips for Keeping Your Warehouse Cool in Summer

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On hot summer days, the temperature inside a warehouse can rise to a level that is dangerous to people, equipment and any goods stored inside. On top of that, the workers and machinery inside a warehouse can produce a lot of heat, which on a hot day can create an environment that is very hot and stuffy. Combat the heat-producing and heat-trapping effects of your warehouse with these five key tips.

7 June 2016

Things To Consider Before Refurbishing Your Hydraulic Products

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The repairing, rebuilding, and remanufacturing industry has had an increasingly large impact in the field of hydraulics and fluid power in the past few years. The decision to repair or refurbish hydraulic products hinges on two separate considerations: the durability of the refurbished product and the economy of the refurbishing process. While some types of hydraulic products are designed to be disposable and have no refurbishing ability, other products are designed from better materials that are more suitable for repair and refurbishing.

3 June 2016

Not Your Grandma's Double Glazing: how to make double-glazed windows look amazing

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The benefits of double glazing are undeniable. High quality double glazed windows are better for the environment, can help you save money in the long run, are harder for potential intruders to break in through and almost always increase the value of your home. The trouble is, though, the aesthetics aren't right for everyone; not all homes look good with uPVC frames, and if your interior design style is a little off the beaten track, you won't want windows that look just like everyone else's.

3 June 2016

Residential Rainwater-Harvesting: Gutters and Tanks

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A large number of homeowners who live in areas that receive a lot of rainfall choose to harvest such water for residential use. This helps to reduce the homeowner's reliance on the mains water supply, thereby reducing the water utility bills at the end of each billing period. If you're moving into a pre-owned house, it's likely that there are several improvements that you would want to undertake around the residential premises.

2 June 2016

What to Consider When You're Thinking of a Scissor Lift Hire

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Using a scissor lift can keep you safe when working at any elevated height, and these lifts are available for hire for contractors as well as for homeowners. Rather than trying to balance on a ladder when you need to paint, do ceiling repairs, or work on light poles or tree trimming, getting a scissor lift can reduce your risk of falling and also allow you to spread out any tools and equipment you need.

1 June 2016

Understanding Some Common Car Radiator Problems

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Your car's radiator is very important to the entire workings of the car itself; the engine generates heat from working and the radiator circulates coolant to keep it cool. If the radiator or any of the parts of the cooling system were to fail, your engine could overheat so severely that it could actually seize up. Note a few common car radiator problems so you know where to start looking for problems or know what to expect by way of repairs when you take the car to a shop.

31 May 2016

Benefits and Drawbacks of Plastic Pallets In Comparison To Wood

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Whether you are looking to transport goods or keep them in storage, pallets would be an ideal choice. Generally, most people opt for wooden pallets since they tend to be the most reasonably priced option that you can get in the market.  However, plastic pallets are proving to offer up more benefits when compared to their wooden counterparts. The following are some of the benefits, as well as drawbacks, of plastic pallets in comparison to wooden pallets.

31 May 2016