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Have you been dealing with malfunctioning equipment? This blog is all about keeping your equipment in top condition, so that you can reduce your costs.

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Think You Have A Cracked Manufacturing Hose? What To Do

11 July 2016
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Are you managing a manufacturing floor and you have an important machine down because of a hose problem? Are damaged and crack hoses becoming a persistent problem throughout the shop floor? If so, you'll want to make sure that the air isn't too dry and causing the rubber to crack, and that other external factors aren't an issue. Call an expert to come in and look at the hoses on the machines, and your faulty hose.
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Making Sure The Work Site You Oversee Is As Safe As Possible: Tips For You

27 June 2016
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When you take on the responsibility of overseeing and running a work site, whether it is a construction site, oilfield work site, or other industrial site, there are a myriad of factors that you will need to consider. Of course, one of the most important responsibilities that you will need to focus on is ensuring that your work site is as safe as possible for you and all of the employees and workers that you will oversee.
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Four Reasons To Choose Rubber Grommets For Your Personal Wiring Projects

17 June 2016
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Wiring projects require special protection to ensure that they do not get damaged or cause a safety issue. In many wiring situations, there are a number of perforations that wires need to pass through, and these can be very complex, depending upon the type of wiring project. If the perforations are not insulated, problems can arise. Rubber grommets are one type of insulator for wires, and the following information will help you understand the benefits of using them.
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Optimize Organization In Your Hardware Store And Create Convenience For Customers

27 May 2016
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As a hardware store owner, you likely spend a lot of time focusing on stocking your shelves and making sure that your community has access to tools and accessories. If customers find your store disorganized or if products are not easily accessible, they'll likely be less inclined to buy and you may be miss out on profits as time goes. Here are three things you can do to optimize your hardware store's organization and make sure that shopping is convenient for your customers:
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3 Steps To Prepare For Potential Boiler Break-Downs In Your Factory

27 May 2016
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If your manufacturing plant relies on a boiler to keep the equipment going, one thing that you might be concerned about is the possibility of your boiler breaking down. Even if your boiler is in excellent condition, you probably know just how seriously affected your production levels and business will be if it breaks down. This means that you might want to be prepared for anything. Luckily, following these three steps can help you prepare for a potential boiler break-down within your manufacturing plant.
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Keeping Your Equipment In Top Condition

After dealing with malfunctioning equipment for a few months, I sat down with our accounting team and started exploring the possibility of upgrading all of our equipment. We went through the books and started trying to piece together a little money for some new supplies, and we worked hard to make it happen. After we finally replaced out equipment, we worked to keep it in top condition. We followed the manufacturer's recommendations for care, and we only hired professionals to service the machinery. This blog is all about keeping your equipment in top condition so that you can reduce your costs.

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