Exploring Automated Manufacturing

It's All Compressed: 4 Tips To Safely Use Your New Compressor

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You just bought a new air compressor. If this is your first time owning one, there are a few things you should do before you start operating it. First of all, you’ll need to read the owner’s manual from cover to cover. In addition to the safety precautions included in the manual, here are a few other tips you should follow to ensure your safety and the safety of those around you. Read More»

Tips For Choosing The Right Media For Your Abrasive Blasting Needs

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Abrasive blasting services are an effective way to clean heavy equipment and also prepare vehicles to be painted. The process of abrasive blasting involves shooting a substance at a hard surface to remove any grim, buildup, dirt, and grit from that surface. One of the most important decisions you need to make when using abrasive blasting services is the type of media or substrate that you want to use. Choosing the wrong material can lead to severe damage of the surface. Read More»

3 Benefits Of Using Biodiesel As Your Home Heating Oil

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As a homeowner, it is often surprising to learn that you have a choice of heating oil besides the standard oil that you have been using for years. One popular example is biodiesel, which adds a man-made substance to the existing oil; therefore, its use does not require any modifications to your heater. In addition, biodiesel is a non-toxic and easily renewable additive that enhances its base of standard heating oil with excellent results. Read More»

Metalwork: Let the Professionals Handle It

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Do you have a metalwork project that needs done? It is a good idea to leave the task to professionals, as metal fabrication and welding the parts together can put your safety at risk if you don’t have the right skills. Find out below why getting your metalwork finished by professionals is the best thing for you to do. Why Should Metalwork Be Fabricated by Professionals? Metal can be tricky and dangerous to work with, especially if it is thick. Read More»

Moving Into A New Home? Two Tips For Ensuring Your Sprinklers Are Safe

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Moving into a new house or apartment is an exciting time, but it can also be a lot of work. In addition to moving your household goods, you also want to inspect your new home before you move in. One area of inspection that you don’t want to forget are the sprinklers. In the event of a fire, a properly functioning fire sprinkler system could serve as the difference between saving your property and losing your property. Read More»