In The Bag: The Pros And Cons Of Choosing Skip Bags Over Conventional Skips For Your Construction Site

1 December 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

When it comes to quickly and efficiently disposing of large quantities of waste on a construction or renovation site, conventional skips are an excellent choice. However, while hiring a skip and having it delivered is a relatively simple process, these large and bulky containers are not suitable for every building site, taking up excessive space on compact construction sites and requiring heavy trucks to transport and empty them. As such, many building sites now use skip bags instead of traditional skip bins for their waste disposal needs, and these modern additions to the skip pantheon have a number of advantages over their more traditional cousins. Read More 

Factors to Consider When Investing in a Water Tank

27 October 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you live in an area that is hard hit with water restrictions, you may want to boost the amount of water available to you through rainwater harvesting. Therefore, you will need to purchase a water tank that will be able to meet your residence's needs. Some people make the mistake of simply factoring in the cost of the water tank. The following are some of the other additional factors that you should keep in mind when contemplating a new water tank. Read More 

Pipe Manufacturing: Key Factors to Consider Before Choosing Induction Bending

24 October 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Induction bending technology has become one of the most popular techniques for bending metal tubes in the manufacturing industry. However, even with its popularity, induction bending is not ideal under all circumstances. There are various factors that determine the suitability of this technique for pipe bending, and failure to adhere to them can compromise the quality and stability of the metal pipe. Here are some of the key determinants of induction bending that you should consider before applying it in for your specific applications. Read More 

Five Signs You Should Integrate Self-Cleaning Sheet Metal Into Your Product

18 July 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Scientists have recently developed self-cleaning sheet metal. If you buy sheet-metal to make a product that you sell to clients, you may be wondering if it's time to think about utilizing self-cleaning sheet metal in your products. Here are a few signs that you may want to include self-cleaning metal in your processes. 1. You make products for the food industry. If you make metal work surfaces for commercial kitchens, vats for milk processing plants or any other products for the food industry, you may definitely want to think about incorporating self-cleaning metal into your products. Read More 

Selection and Maintenance Tips to Keep Street Furniture in Top Shape

13 July 2016
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Street furniture presents unique challenges for facilities managers or town councils. Because it is used by a larger number of people and this usage is unregulated, there's a greater risk for deterioration and hence the need for more careful selection and maintenance protocols. This would ensure that you reap maximum usage before replacement is unavoidable. Here is how to select and maintain your street furniture. 1. Selection – Material, quality and design Read More