Some Questions You Might Have About a Residential Elevator Installation

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Getting a residential elevator can make it easy to carry laundry and other heavy items up and down stairs, and for those with balance issues, joint problems, or who are in wheelchairs, they may be the only option for getting to upper and lower levels. Having a residential elevator retrofitted into your home is usually possible for just about any house, but you might note a few commonly asked questions first; you can then discuss these topics with a builder if you still need more information about an elevator in your home.

8 June 2016

Flow aids designed for handling dry bulk and granular material

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Plant operators whose work entails handling dry bulk and granular material are familiar with problems such as rat-holing, caking and the formation of the stable arch. These problems not only introduce delays in the plant's materials handling processes, they also expose the plant operators to dangers associated with clogging and mechanical failure. However, there are several flow aids intended to make the flow of these materials easier in bins, chutes and other containers.

8 June 2016

Tips For Stocking Up On Tools While Sticking to a Budget

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Whether you have your first home or you simply want to get more tools in your garage, you might soon find out how expensive it can be to stock up on tools. However, you don't have to spend all your savings just on tools. Here are some easy ways to save a little money when buying what you need for home repairs and maintenance. Buy Tool Kits If you only need one or two replacement tools, this isn't very convenient, but it is a great option when you're trying to start fresh or stock up.

7 June 2016

Why Two Way Radios May Be a Better Option Than Cell Phones

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The convenience of cell phones may make some owners of industrial complexes think that those devices are the best option to use within the industrial setting when compared to two-way radios. However, two-way radios have some distinct advantages that may make them a better choice for conducting communication within the industrial setting. This article discusses some of those advantages. Use this information as you select the most appropriate mode of communication for employees within your industrial complex.

7 June 2016

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