4 Ways To Take Care Of Your New Air Business Compressor

Posted on: 29 June 2018

If you recently purchased an air compressor for your business, you are going to want to make sure that you take proper care of your air compressor. Taking proper care of your air compressor requires you to understand the different parts of your air compressor as well as how to treat those parts. #1 Drain the Air Out of the Receiver Tank Your air compressor has a receiver tank. The job of the receiver tank is to hold the moisture that has been pulled out of the air before the air is sent through the compressor.
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The Practical Applications Of Tungsten Metals

Posted on: 25 May 2018

Tungsten is a chemical compound and (as it is more well known as) a relatively rare metal. It is noted for its toughness and extremely high melting point, both of which contribute to its many applications in industrial ventures. Historically, it has also had useful applications in the arms industry. The industrial utilizations of tungsten are many and varied. Chief among these are its alloy properties, hard materials, electronics, chemical applications, and certain unique uses.
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How To Store Couplers In Your Factory

Posted on: 29 April 2018

In your factory, you and your employees might find yourselves working with couplers on a regular basis. After all, you might constantly use them to connect hoses and pipes together. If this is the case, then keeping them on hand is obviously a good idea. Then, you can buy them in bulk so that you can purchase them at more affordable prices, and you can always have them on hand when you need them.
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Making Sure That Your Site Is Ready For Deliveries

Posted on: 10 April 2018

Working in the construction industry means that most of the time you are working on job sites that have yet to be developed completely so moving things on and off the site can be a challenge. Preparing the site to allow for construction material deliveries is important. Without materials and equipment, you can not get the job done. Making Sure Your Roads Are Solid If you are working on a site that has only unimproved roads going to it, it is important that you take the time and check the road before any materials are delivered.
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