Why You Should Use Structural Steel for Your Warehouse

Posted on: 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.
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The Key Benefits of Santoprene TPV

Posted on: 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. Lower Weight 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.
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Safety tips for common forms of industrial equipment

Posted on: 24 July 2017

Industrial facilities use a wide variety of equipment to carry out their day-to-day operations. Here are some safety tips for two very common types of industrial equipment. Mobile scaffolding Mobile scaffolding is frequently used in industrial and warehouse settings, to install any shelving and machinery which needs to be positioned at a height. It can also be used to enable employees to quickly access materials which are located on tall shelving units.
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A brief explanation of induction bending

Posted on: 10 July 2017

Induction bending is an important process in many industrial settings. Read on to learn more about it. What is induction bending? 'Induction Bending' is a term used to describe the process of using electrical heat to bend pipes into specific shapes. These pipes are usually made from metals or alloys. An induction coil (a coil which generates and transmits high voltage currents) is positioned around a piece of piping. The heat that the coil emits is then transmitted to the pipe.
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