Why Should You Choose PVC Doors for Your Commercial Facility?

When you need to replace the doors at your commercial or industrial facility, you may be thinking about a straight replacement and buying brand-new wooden doors in place of the others. Yet while this may appear to be a logical thing to do, it may be beneficial for you to consider doors made from a completely different material. So what are the advantages of choosing PVC instead? How the Doors Are Made [Read More]

Ways to Control Dust When Sandblasting

If you've got something that can't be moved but that does need sandblasting, you must make sure dust does not become a problem. You can have a sandblasting company come out to your property, but ask them before you sign any contracts to describe their dust control methods. They could use one of a number of options. Area Barriers  The simplest form of dust control for something that can't be moved into a blast cabinet is the area barrier. [Read More]

How Concrete Vibrators Guarantee the Success of Your Concrete Pouring Projects

If you run a concrete pouring business, your company will likely depend on different equipment, including spreaders and concrete mixers. Apart from spreaders and mixers, a concrete vibrator is a highly essential piece of equipment whose importance can't be overlooked. It helps consolidate concrete after pouring to eliminate air pockets for durable, uniform and strong concrete finishes.  Here's how concrete vibrators can enhance the output of your concrete pouring projects: [Read More]

4 Signs Your Disc Screen Is Failing

In the material handling and processing business, screening equipment like disc screens can be handy. That's particularly true if you need to separate materials in your operations. For instance, you may need to separate materials before they enter a grinder, shredder, chipper, etc., for maximum efficiency. Generally, disc screens are designed to withstand the impact of heavy materials, including rocks. Therefore, they don't easily wear from abrasion. However, continuous abuse and normal wear and tear down the line could take a toll on your disc screener, calling for repairs. [Read More]