4 Tips for Installing and Maintaining PVC Swing Doors in Warehouses

31 July 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Comfortable working conditions coupled with protection of products can be expensive and difficult to achieve in an industrial setting. PVC swing doors are used in various applications, such as control of noise, dust, insect, fumes, and for privacy screening. Furthermore, PVC doors are ideal for clean rooms and areas that hold equipment that requires controlled temperatures. With all the applications, PVC swing door materials should be of the highest grade to survive the harshest conditions. Read More 

How to Prep Wooden Pallets for Outdoor Living Projects

1 June 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Using wooden pallets for DIY projects usually consists of indoor projects. When you work on these projects, there is usually little to no prep of the wooden pallet itself. This changes when you decide to move your pallet DIY to an outdoor living niche. If you have some outdoor living DIY pallet projects, here are the steps to take to prep the wood for the environment. Remove Nails and Staples Read More 

How to prevent an industrial refrigerator from breaking down

19 December 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

An industrial refrigerator represents a significant expense for any manufacturer.  If it breaks down as a result of a lack of maintenance, it can be very expensive to repair. It could end up costing them even more if the refrigerator malfunctions whilst it is being used to keep perishable goods cool. Luckily, this scenario can easily be avoided by establishing an effective refrigerator maintenance routine, as outlined below. Keep track of the refrigerator's performance and functionality Read More 

Forms of Marine Corrosion You Might Encounter With Stainless Steel on Your Boat

28 November 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Corrosion refers to a process of change in the structure of metals, which affects both its chemical and physical composition. It leads to the loss of aesthetic appeal and structural strength. Even though stainless steel is fabricated to stand to corrosion, some situations can push the metal to its limit and lead to corrosion. For instance, stainless steel boat railings immersed in salty seawater are in a constant corrosive environment. The same thing applies to the hull and propellers that stay immersed for very long periods. Read More 

Key Benefits of Using Laser Cutting In Processing and Manufacturing

10 October 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Laser cutting refers to the use of a laser to cut through materials. Although typically used in metal fabrication, laser cutting can be utilised on an array of other materials such as plastics, wood, rubber and more. Since material cutting is a crucial stage in most, if not all, manufacturing processes, laser cutting has gradually increased in popularity as the preferred choice in processing and manufacturing. Below are some of the key benefits of using laser cutting to meet your processing and manufacturing needs. Read More