While the majority of people like to keep their feet firmly on the ground while working, there are still plenty of jobs that can only be done from an elevated position. Perhaps you are repairing a roof, building a skyscraper or working on a site that needs materials regularly moved between different levels. Whether it is employees or equipment that needs to be elevated to the right heights, it is vital that no lifting is carried out before a responsible individual has checked that all of the relevant height safety products are being used and that they are in good condition.
If you have a project that utilises copper metal, you might need to cut copper to fit or match the design of different parts. You can either DIY or use professional copper cutting services, a decision that depends on the thickness of the copper, the precision required, how many pieces you require, whether you have the right cutting tools, time, etc.
DIY Copper Cutting
This is practical if you are dealing with thinner copper pieces that require a few minor and less complex cuts.
Engineers have long understood the benefits of vibration, and pneumatic vibrators have been widely used in industry for decades. Whether you are a builder trying to remove air bubbles from concrete or a chemist who needs to extract moisture or separate powders, there is really no viable substitute for vibration. What is not so often appreciated is that there are a variety of vibrators available and not every type of vibrator will be suitable for every purpose.
There are many advantages to using flow aids in your industrial facility. Read on and learn about two rather surprising perks of using this equipment.
1. Flow aids could potentially prolong the life of your conveyor chutes
Installing flow aids on your conveyor chutes could prolong the life of those chutes. Whenever a severe blockage occurs, the process of getting rid of it can damage the chute's internal walls. This is because the employees who have to remove the blockage will often need to use manual tools to forcefully poke the blockage, to break it apart so that it will start moving through the chute.
Warehouses, hospitals, schools, hotels, gymnasiums, movie theatres, underground parking lots — almost all industrial facilities require fans to help with ventilation for the health and safety of facility users.
As there are various uses and applications for industrial fans, the fans come in different types and sizes to match the requirements of each facility. That said, it's important that you choose the correct industrial fan for your facility.
Below are a few major factors to consider when selecting an industrial ventilation fan.