3 Considerations When Buying a Water Trough

8 January 2018
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If you want to water large mobs of stock such as horses, sheep, and cattle concurrently, you have to find durable watering troughs. Troughs come in different sizes and shapes to accommodate the diverse needs of users. The type of watering trough that a farmer chooses will have a bearing on the welfare of livestock and productivity. However, since there is no 'one-size-fits-all' solution when it comes to a water trough, buyers must select from a range of products. Read More 

Three Critical Considerations for Metal Laser Cutter Selection

20 November 2017
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Laser cutting machines are ideal for your workshop if you are interested in metal fabrication. Unlike mechanical methods, the laser cutter produces clean edges because it uses a focused beam of amplified light. The machine is also relatively simple to operate, which makes it ideal for small businesses and fabrication enthusiasts. However, you should note that all laser cutters are not homogenous in functionality and performance. Therefore, you should be cautious when selecting and purchasing your new equipment. Read More 

How to Determine the Right Size and Material of Residential Rainwater Tank

28 October 2017
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A residential rainwater tank can help to reduce the usage of fresh water for lawn care and for taking care of livestock; rainwater can also be used for refilling the pool, and for washing the home, your car, your deck, your pets, and for any other use that may otherwise be a waste of freshwater. When you're ready to shop for a new rainwater tank, note a few tips on how to determine the right size and material of the tank you'll need for your property, and your water collecting needs overall. Read More 

Industrial Concrete Pumping: Dealing with the Dangers of Hose Whip

6 September 2017
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If you need to pour concrete as part of your industrial works and you are using a concrete pump to transport the liquid concrete from the mixer to the work site, it important that you understand the risk posed by hose whip. Hose whip occurs when the air becomes trapped with in the hosepipe. This air can become compressed to extremely high pressures as it travels down the hose. When this high-pressure air is released, it can result in the hose suddenly whipping around at great speed. Read More 

Four Pallet Stacking Tips to Increase the Safety of Your Shipment

6 September 2017
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Getting the right packaging supplies is paramount in ensuring the safety of your shipment. Choosing quality pallets enhances the stability and protection of the cargo throughout the journey. However, also of importance is how the pallets are stacked during transit. Improper stacking can result in damage or loss of the products during transit, particularly if the pallets topple over. Additionally, it can also increase the cost of transportation if the pallets consume more space in the transit vehicle or container. Read More