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3 Common Conveyor-Belt Problems

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Has your conveyor system stopped functioning in a smooth manner? The problem might stem from there being something wrong with the belt, which might only require that a small repair be done. However, problems with conveyor belts can also point to you needing to get them replaced. It is possible that the belts are just old and worn out from being used on a regular basis for a long time. This article will go over a few things that can go wrong with conveyor belts that cause various problems to occur.

12 January 2017

Make Sure You Have the Right Hose for the Job

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While you may be aware that some hoses are stronger than others, you may not know that there are a number of specialty hoses. These hoses are made with materials and in ways that allow them to work with materials that may damage normal hoses. If you are using a hose to move anything but water, you should find out whether there is a hose available for the type of liquid you are using.

11 January 2017

Is Your Hydraulic Line Leaking?

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When it comes to your hydraulic systems and machinery, it is not uncommon to experience leaks from time to time. If you suspect that you may have a leak, there are a few things you can do to help get the problem under control. However, you should exercise caution no matter what you do. Also, remember that any "fixes" you do on your own are temporary at best and that you should always seek professional help to ensure that your hydraulic system is working safely and correctly.

10 January 2017

6 Safety Tips For Renting Construction Equipment

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No matter the type of project you are working on right now, it may become clear that you have to hire construction equipment. This equipment can be used to perform everything from residential work to large industrial jobs. No matter how much experience you have with construction equipment, renting new pieces can be difficult to manage. Take these precautions to ensure that you never have to face a safety crisis while you are trying to work.

28 December 2016

3 Different Things That You Can Sell Your Rubber Grommets To Be Used For

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Rubber grommets are used in many more items than you may actually realize. If you are currently producing rubber grommets, or considering doing so, you will be happy to know that you can sell your rubber grommets to be used for a variety of purposes. This article will discuss three different things that you can sell your rubber grommets to be used for.  Corsets  One item that you may have never realized you could sell your rubber grommets to be used for is a corset.

17 October 2016

Rings, Rings And More Rings: Why So Many Hydraulic Seals Look Alike And How To Tell Them Apart

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If someone handed you a large box filled with all kinds of hydraulic seals, would you be able to tell what is what? At first glance, most hydraulic seals all look alike; they are round, usually rubbery or flexible and closely resemble vacuum belts, but in different sizes and colors. Yet, each kind and each size does something different and has a different job to do in and around a hydraulic cylinder.

12 August 2016

Low Water Pressure And How To Fix It

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When your water pressure is bad, a simple shower can turn into a less than pleasant experience. Without enough water pressure, it can be hard to wash suds from your hair or, in extreme cases, even to get adequate water to bathe or do the washing. There are all kinds of reasons that low water pressure can occur, but fortunately, more often than not, the reasons for reduced water pressure are simple and can be fixed with some basic troubleshooting.

20 July 2016

Plumbing Leaks: 3 Simple Tips To Stop And Prevent Them

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Plumbing leaks can be an expensive problem to have, causing damage to floorboards, furniture and walls. Leaks can also make your home damp, necessitating costly mold cleanup and making your home cold and smelly. Fortunately, the following preventive measures and moderate investments could help you prevent the inconveniences caused by leaks in your plumbing. Install shut-off valves If you have a water heater, dishwasher, washing machine or other appliance that could be vulnerable to leaks, you can prevent water damage to surrounding property by fitting it with a shut-off valve at the main water inlet.

17 February 2016

Important Information About Safety Steps For Cooling Towers During The Winter

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If you live in an area that is prone to long, cold winters and there are cooling towers nearby, the safety of those towers may be a concern for you. Fortunately, you are not the first person with a similar concern and as a result, there are steps and treatments that must be taken with cooling towers during periods of extreme cold. Since a frozen tower could result in structural damage to the immediate area, worker injuries and the loss of jobs for many, treating cooling towers appropriately during winter is crucial.

17 February 2016

Choosing The Right Concret Mixer For Your Next Driveway Project

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You are probably anxious to get started on your driveway project, but there are a few things to consider before settling on a concrete mixer. The following guide will help you determine the mixer that would be best suited for your next driveway project.  Mobility‚Äč The first thing to consider is whether you want to rent a stationary cement mixer or a mobile one. Stationary mixers are chosen for heavier jobs, as they can mix strong concrete mixes.

17 November 2015