Reasons Why Half Pallets are Gaining Popularity with Wholesalers/Retailers

4 March 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

The wholesale and retail industry has been changing consistently for quite some time now. For instance, the advancement of technology has led to an increase in online stores consequently reducing the number of brick-and-mortar stores. To pallet suppliers, the developments are critical to decision making especially when they affect clients' demands. Traditionally, pallets have been manufactured in 48-inch by 40-inch sizes. However, as wholesalers and retailers adapt to a changing business environment, so do pallets. Read More 

The Benefits of Slimline Tanks

20 February 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Slimline tanks are mainly used for rainwater harvesting, and are therefore, also referred to as slimline rainwater tanks. Harvesting rain water helps preserve dwindling underground water resources and also reduces the risk of flooding in some areas, thus great for those who are environmentally conscious. Rainwater harvesting is not only good for the environment, but also good for your pocket. This water is free and can be used as a substitute for the water used on your garden. Read More 

Industrial Doors: Three Crucial Tips for Prolonging the Service Life of Strip Curtains

29 January 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Plastic strip curtains are ideal for commercial and industrial use because of their flexibility. Unlike solid doors, these strips will not hinder the constant flow of foot and equipment traffic in the workplace. Also, you should note that PVC strip curtains are highly expedient in the working environment. They have no special requirements related to operation, installation and replacement, unlike standard doors. Under normal circumstances, the curtains will provide prolonged service. Read More 

Factors to Consider When Selecting Power Trowels

22 January 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Concrete trowels can help a contractor to finish a surface quickly and easily. Inexperienced hobbyists may not know what to consider when selecting between a walk-behind trowel and a ride-on version for a project. Read on and discover some of the considerations that can help you to make the right decision. Site Accessibility Consider how easy it will be for you to get the equipment to the jobsite. It can be hard for you to get a ride-on concrete trowel onto a slab that is elevated. Read More 

3 tips for hiring an industrial engineer

8 January 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Engineers take years of training, hard work and on the job experience to gain an incredible level of knowledge. An industrial and manufacturing engineer has the added challenges of apply their craft to a series of highly complex, highly hazardous and sometimes dangerous industrial sites. This expertise makes them invaluable on your project site, not matter if you are digging up valuable minerals, or carrying out deep sea mining exploration. Of course, this level of knowledge means that a qualified engineer will never be a cheap option, but do not let that make you think they will not save you money. Read More