Tips For Choosing Casters For Your Utility Carts

4 December 2015
 Categories: , Blog

When it comes to productivity and efficiency, utility carts play an important role. However, how beneficial your utility cart is when it comes to these two factors has a lot to do with whether or not you are making the right selections when it comes to the cart, particularly when it comes to the casters. A poorly chosen caster can make using the cart difficult to navigate. Make sure you know how to choose casters for your utility cart wisely. Read More 

Reduce Clean-Up With Dry Ice Blasting

2 November 2015
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you are looking for ways to reduce the amount of material you have to clean up after using an abrasive blasting medium -- and you want to reduce the chances of your workers inhaling fine particles -- dry ice may be your best bet. The chunks of ice better known for giving off tendrils of fake fog are not new to the world of abrasive blasting, but they are gaining in popularity as more companies try to make their jobs more environmentally friendly. Read More 

Need A New Water Heater? Avoid These Mistakes

5 October 2015
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you have experience with basic plumbing, you can probably install a water heater on your own. Doing it on your own can save you from having to pay a professional to do the work. If it is your first time working on water heater installation, you should be aware of a few common mistakes, so you do not end up needing to call a professional anyway. Soldering too Closely to the Tank Read More 

3 Safety Tips When Using An Industrial Air Compressor

28 August 2015
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Industrial-sized air compressors can be very helpful tools in many industries. Therefore, there is a good chance that you have and use one in your line of work. Overall, an air compressor is considered to be a pretty safe piece of equipment, but there is always the chance that you -- or someone who works in your place of business -- could be injured. Luckily, these safety tips can help keep you and all of your company's employees safe when using the industrial air compressor. Read More 

4 Fire Safety Tips for Small Garages & Shops

30 July 2015
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Don't overlook fire safety just because your shop is small. Whether you only perform basic car repairs or if you build custom parts, there are a lot of hazards that can endanger your employees, customers, and building. The following guide can help you create a safer shoproom floor. Tip #1: Insist on Proper Storage Protocols Paint, paint thinner, lubricants, oil, and gasoline are just a few of the highly flammable materials found in any automotive or mechanic shop. Read More