2 Actual Air Compressor Accidents And What They Can Teach You About Keeping Your Guys Safe

Posted on: 2 July 2015

When it comes to maintaining a safe jobsite, you might be more concerned about eliminating trip and fall hazards than you are about your air compressors. After all, how much damage could those nail guns and pneumatic sanders really do? Unfortunately, if you forget about air compressor safety, your entire team could be at risk. Here are two actual air compressor accidents, and what they can teach you about keeping your guys safe: [Read More]

Decluttering Solutions For Hoarders: Befriend A Dumpster

Posted on: 25 June 2015

If your home is beginning to look like an episode of Hoarders, you already know that it's time to take action and reclaim your life. You've probably read articles and posts, and maybe even bought a book or two, about how to declutter and organize your life. Many of them focus on sorting your collection of useless items into piles designated as keep, give away and sell with little focus on throwing away things you no longer need. [Read More]

New Specialty Food Factory: How Does A Temporary Boiler Rental Benefit You?

Posted on: 10 June 2015

If your new factory specializes in preparing and selling already-cooked meals, but you don't have enough funds to install a steam boiler right away, rent a temporary boiler to get you on your feet. Your temporary boiler rental can create the correct amount of culinary steam to prepare and cook your meat and vegetables entrees safely and quickly. The boiler also comes with specialized filters to prevent dangerous contaminants from entering your products as the steam leaves the boiler. [Read More]

Why You Should Consider Using Grooved Clamp Couplings On Your Compressed Air Lines And How To Install Them

Posted on: 3 June 2015

Compressed air is sometimes called the fourth utility due to its importance to industrial production. Unfortunately, this valuable resource is also wasted due to indiscriminate use and leaking. While controlling use is more a matter of policy and procedure, leaks can be eliminated through rehabilitating or replacing existing pipes and fittings. One time-tested, effective means of reducing compressed air leaking is using grooved clamps to join pipes. If your facility uses compressed air, then you should consider refitting it with grooved clamp couplings. [Read More]