4 Crucial Tips For Maintaining Electric Forklift Batteries

Posted on: 8 August 2016

When you rely on an electric forklift, you want to get the most out of its batteries. The average forklift battery is designed with a lifespan of approximately 1,500 charging cycles in mind. With the right amount of care and maintenance, however, it's possible to extend the working life of your forklift batteries. Keeping your forklift batteries in excellent shape can help reduce maintenance-related downtime and increase overall productivity. When it comes to taking care of conventional lead-acid forklift batteries, it pays to heed these following maintenance tips:
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Not Quite A Full Dumpster? 4 Ideas For Filling The Unused Space

Posted on: 20 July 2016

When you rent a dumpster, you likely want to get the most for your money. This means that you will want to fill the dumpster to its maximum weight and volume capacities. However, sometimes you need to rent a dumpster because you have too much trash for your regularly scheduled pickup but you still don't have enough trash to fill even the smallest rental dumpsters. If this happens to you, then you may want to check out these ideas for filling the extra space.
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Handling And Storing Bulk Chemicals: 3 Features To Look For In Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs)

Posted on: 28 June 2016

Chemical producers in the U.S. are taking advantage of continued low natural gas prices to expand methane-based projects. In fact, U.S. will become a major net exporter of methanol by 2018, which is why it's a good idea to start reaching out to these companies if you own and operate storage warehouses. Bulk chemicals require different storage containers, so to adapt your storage warehouse's operations for bulk chemicals, you'll need to invest in intermediate bulk containers (IBCs), which are basically cubic tanks that are easy to stack and can hold up to 600 gallons of liquid.
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Contingency Planning For Landlords: Stay Out Of Hot Water By Keeping Your Apartment Building Heated With A Rental Boiler

Posted on: 27 June 2016

If you are the landlord of an apartment building in which one boiler furnishes all of the hot water and heat for the each tenant, it is crucial that you understand what needs to take place in case your boiler stops working and your tenants are left in the cold with cold water. Here's what you need to know. Landlord-Tenant Habitability Laws of Your State Most states have laws that say that landlords must provide a reasonable amount of heat and running water at all times.
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