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Repairing Your Own Industrial Equipment: Training, Tips and Ideas

Hi and welcome to my blog. My name is Sam, but everyone calls me Bandit. I used to work at a plant, and there, I handled a lot of repairs on industrial equipment. Now that I've retired, I still want to keep busy so I decided to start a blog. In this blog, I am going to provide tips and ideas on repairing your own industrial equipment as well as a look on how that can save your company money. I love to tinker on anything, but the hours I've spent working on big machines has been some of my favourite. I hope you get the tips you need to tinker and succeed.

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Benefits of Using Timber Crates for Storage and Shipping

When looking for storage and shipping solutions, there are a myriad of materials that you can choose from. However, they all come with their own pros and cons. As such, your choice will be largely dependent on what material can suit your needs as well as fit into your budget. One of the more popular materials for crates is wood. Here are some of the different benefits of using timber crates for storage and shipping.

Timber crates allow for stacking

To make the most of the space available to you, you would require crates that can easily stack up on each other without compromising the structural integrity of the crates below them. This is not a feature that all crates will have. For instance, plastic may seem like a structurally sound option when looking for durable crates. However, they cannot withstand vertical pressure if you are storing heavy products in the crates. If the weight is not properly calculated, you will find that the crates have the propensity to give in to the pressure and this could risk damage to your goods. With timber crates, you can rest assured that you can stack them atop each other without them becoming structurally compromised. This is because the thickness of the crates walls can withstand the vertical pressure. It should be noted though that for the crates to properly stack up, the cumulative weight should be distributed equally.

Timber crates are corrosion free

Another benefit of opting for timber crates is that they will not succumb to rusting and corrosion if they are left in storage for a significant period of time. This makes them a good option for storage in areas with fluctuating temperatures. In addition to this, you can also have the timber crates pre-treated before storing your goods in them. This ensures that they remain bug free while they are in use.

Timber crates are environmentally friendly

Typically, timber crates are manufactured from recycled wood. Since this is a renewable resource, you can rest assured that you are opting for an eco-friendly solution for your shipping and storage needs. Additionally, when the timber crates succumb to wear and tear, they will not end up in landfills or pollute the environment. Instead, they will be recycled to create new crates, which is a sustainable way of manufacturing these crates.

Timber crates are affordable

Due to the high demand for this material and its ready availability, timber crates happen to be the most cost effective option for shipping and storage. This makes them a great option for people who are on a tight budget.