4 Reasons To Use Metal Powder Coating

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

If you're an industrial manufacturer, you know how difficult it can be to keep your metal products looking good and performing well. That's where metal powder coating comes in. Powder coating is applied to the surface of the metal as a free-flowing, dry powder. It's electrostatically charged so that the powder adheres to the surface of the substrate. This blog post looks at four great benefits of using metal powder coating for your industrial needs.

8 March 2023

Why You Should Use a Laser Cutter for Your Next Business Project

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

If you have identified a potential business niche and are thinking about producing small, intricately-designed pieces for widespread sale, you'll be looking at the fabrication process. When making these pieces from metal, you will certainly need to consider a state-of-the-art approach that can help turn these items around quickly and with high precision. As you focus on laser cutting, you should know that it is also a relatively cost-effective approach. So, what are the main benefits to your up-and-coming business?

10 January 2023

Three Problems That Could Arise with Industrial Rubber Hose—And How to Fix Them

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

Industrial hoses have a variety of uses, but like all equipment, they can suffer from damage, especially if they have been used incorrectly or poorly maintained. Here are three of the most common problems you might find, with details on how to fix them—and stop them from happening again. 1. Burst hose A hose that has burst with a diagonal slash could have two causes. Either the pressure was too high and it has burst from the inside, or something external has damaged it and caused the burst from the outside.

6 September 2022

Key Differences Between Concrete Vibrators

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

How do you choose the best concrete vibrator? Because different applications call for different features, there are a range of concrete vibrators to suit any job. For example, a homeowner might be pouring a small slab and only need a cordless model with minimal vibration, while a contractor handling large-scale commercial jobs will likely prefer a more powerful model with more vibration. Read on below to see the key differences between different types of concrete vibrators.

11 April 2022

Still Doing It By Hand? Why You Need To Invest In An Automatic Labelling Machine

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

If you own a business and you're still labelling your mail the old-fashioned way, it's time for a change. It's time to invest in an automatic labelling machine. You might not realise this, but an automatic labelling machine is one of the best investments you can make for your business, especially where your commercial mail is concerned. Each piece of correspondence you send out is a representation of your business. If your correspondence isn't labelled properly, it reflects poorly on your business.

25 January 2022

Benefits of Cleaning Industrial Underground Concrete Water Tanks Using an ROV

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

Underground concrete water tanks are some of the most long-lasting models in the industrial sector. Notably, underground tanks are mainly used for water storage purposes; hence, they are popular with industrial plants that use a lot of water, such as textile plants. While some industrial concrete water tanks can last a decade or so, others can serve an industrial plant for up to a century. The difference between the two timelines is proper maintenance.

18 November 2021

Are Your Equipping a New Commercial Kitchen?

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

If you are establishing or refurbishing a restaurant, canteen or another commercial kitchen, you must make wise decisions about the equipment you will use to fill the kitchen. Without the right equipment, your staff will spend their time struggling to meet customer demands, and you will be creating long-term problems for everyone. However, choosing commercial kitchen equipment isn't about buying the most equipment for the lowest price. If you opt for cut-price commercial kitchen equipment, you might find that the kitchen runs well for a few months, but you are simply storing up problems for the future, with breakdowns and shortened equipment lifespans being inevitable.

19 August 2021