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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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Keeping your home residence comfortable cool during Australia's typically brutal summer months can be a challenge, but keeping a larger commercial building properly climate controlled can be an even bigger hassle. Commercial air conditioners have to contend with cooling far larger rooms than would ordinarily be found in a home, and also have to effectively counteract the body heat released by dozens or even hundreds of employees. Needless to say, many air conditioning units designed for residential use aren't up to this task, and business owners who need effective cooling solutions often have to look to more sophisticated technology to keep their business premises cool. Read More 

The Right Storage Tank For The Right Chemical

Proper storage of industrial chemicals is mandatory for the safety of workers and for that of members of the public who visit industrial plants from time to time.  Hydrofluoric acid features on the list of most commonly used chemicals. Industrial processes that use this chemical include offset printing, etching of glass and cleaning of metals. Here are three reasons why polypropylene (as opposed to stainless steel) would be a better choice of tank material if your primary business activity will involve regular handling of hydrofluoric acid. Read More 

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Catproofing your garden fence can be a great way to keep your beloved pet within arms reach, but installing a catproof fence can also have other benefits, keeping stray cats and other unwelcome climbing pests from accessing your property. As such, when purchasing a catproof fence or a catproofing conversion kit, you should keep in mind how well it functions as a deterrent as well as a means of containment. The following catproof fence ideas can all help you keep your fence secure against cat infiltration from both sides: Read More 

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One of the most underrated systems in the home is the air conditioning unit. As long as this unit is regulating temperatures as needed and keeping your home comfortable, you generally would not pay any mind to it. However, during the seasons of high usage such as winter and summer, your air conditioning unit becomes susceptible to succumbing to some wear and tear. This is because these units are made up of numerous components, and, if one has been compromised, it could affect the efficiency of the entire unit. Read More 

What to Do with Old Power Tools You No Longer Need

What happens to old power tools when they stop working? A good quality power tool (when properly cared for) will give you years of service, but there will come a time when you need to say goodbye. But what should you do with old power tools that you no longer need? Recycling Your Old Power Tools While most components of your power tools are recyclable, you cannot simply put them into your household recycling bin. Read More