Why consider sandblasting for your next project?

Posted on: 16 August 2017

Are you restoring anything that contains dirty or damaged metal? Are you seeking to make repairs to any material which is in less than pristine condition? Sandblasting is a highly efficient way to treat the surface of metal and make it ready for further use. The sandblast technique involves tiny pieces abrasive material, traditionally sand, being pushed through a blasting nozzle at high speed using compressed air. It can be used to remove traces of rust, mould, fire damage, grease, paint and casting materials from the surface which is subject to the sandblast.
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When You Need Turnkey Solutions for your Food Processing Business

Posted on: 9 August 2017

Running a mid-sized food processing plant from a medium-scale warehouse requires strategic decision-making or else you risk grounding processing operations. One area that requires careful consideration in the food processing industry is the processing function. While it is possible to order-processing supplies from different vendors, your plant stands to benefit more by working with a single contractor. For instance, instead of piecemeal management of food processing packages, you should consider turnkey food processing solutions.
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5 Signs You Should Choose a Laser Cutter Over a Plasma Cutter

Posted on: 7 August 2017

If you need something intricate cut, there are a few different options, but two of the most popular options are laser cutting and plasma cutting. These approaches are similar in a wide range of ways, but there are key situations where you may want to choose laser cutting in particular. Here are five signs you should choose a laser cutter. 1. You Want to Do More Than Cut With a plasma cutter, you can generally just cut things.
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7 Reasons to choose stainless steel for your next product

Posted on: 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.
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