7 Reasons to choose stainless steel for your next product
2 August 2017
What characteristics do you look for when considering a material for your new product? Do you think about cost? Strength? Durability? Ease of maintenance? Or production cost? Whatever your selection criteria, here are seven reasons why you should seriously consider stainless steel for your next product:
Stainless steel doesn't rust
Corrosion can be a major problem with metal parts. It impacts upon both the way the component can be used and the expected lifespan of the part.
4 Factors When Selecting a Borehole Pump
31 July 2017
The performance and total cost of ownership of your borehole will depend on how much care was taken when selecting the right pump for that project. This article discusses some of the variables that determine the most appropriate pump for a given borehole installation.
The Purpose of the Borehole
The reason why you are drilling that borehole will determine the specifications of the pump that you place inside that borehole. For example, a borehole that will be used to supply water to a sprinkler irrigation system will require a pump that can supply limited amounts of water at very high pressure.
Why You Should Use Structural Steel for Your Warehouse
28 July 2017
Are you wondering about which material you should select when you are building your new warehouse? Read on and discover some of the key reasons why structural steel would be a good choice for you.
Safe and Resistant
Structural steel is a safe material to use because it will not be affected by many of the factors that degrade other materials. For example, termites and fungi can destroy wood. Structural steel will remain strong even if those insects and microbes are present.
The Key Benefits of Santoprene TPV
27 July 2017
Santoprene thermoplastic vulcanisates (TPV) have several benefits over other plastic elastomers. This article discusses some of the benefits that you would enjoy if you selected this material for your manufacturing processes.
Santoprene TPV is less dense when compared to the density of other plastic elastomers, such as ethylene propylene diene monomer (EPDM). This lower density makes santoprene TPV easier to move from one stage of the manufacturing process to another.