Exploring Automated Manufacturing

Why You Should Have Your Sheet Metal Cut Off-Site

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In an effort to maintain higher profits, you may have decided to do everything that you can on-site to cut costs. Although it’s true that handling many things at your factory can help you save money, however, there are some services that are worth paying for. For example, many industrial businesses find that hiring a professional for sheet metal fabrication and laser cutting services is a smart idea. If you aren’t convinced, consider these main reasons why. Read More»

Why Your Company Should Start Recycling Scrap Metal Now

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Construction companies are responsible for 40% of waste that hits the garbage yards. When it comes to doing your part to reduce waste, construction companies have the ability to make a major impact when it comes to reducing waste altogether. When companies work on construction projects, they tend to have a lot of leftover metal. Most of this metal is in the form of steel. Steel has the capability of being reused on other projects allowing for it to be recycled. Read More»

How To Prevent Raccoons From Getting Into Dumpsters

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Wildlife are attracted to the food contained within dumpsters. It’s basically a free meal to them. With raccoons accounting for approximately 36.5% of all reported rabid animal cases, you want to make sure that these little creatures, although cute, stay as far away from your home as possible by making sure that they can’t access the buffet in your dumpster. Here are 3 techniques that you can implement. Rent Dumpsters with a Lock and a Lid  Read More»

The Best Access Control Options For Securing Industrial Facilities

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Maintaining adequate safety and security of industrial facilities starts at the perimeter. With an appropriate security perimeter, the hazards and liability that comes with pedestrian contact can be eliminated, and control of personnel will always be maintained. But with all of the options for access control available on a commercial market, it’s good to know the ones that work best for securing industrial facilities. Gate Operators From chemical manufacturing and processing to nuclear power, industrial facilities demand maximum security to operate effectively and safely. Read More»

Important Considerations When Renting A Crane For Your Construction Site

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If you own or manage a construction crew, you don’t necessarily need to invest in the cost of owning and storing a crane for your use. Many companies today actually rent cranes of various sizes and for different applications, including heavy-duty cranes for high-rise construction and smaller cranes for building maintenance. Renting a crane can be a more affordable option for many contracting companies, but note a few important considerations when it comes to such a rental. Read More»