Creating Your Own Polymer Products

Posted on: 27 October 2017

Do you have a passion for chemistry and want to start manufacturing your own products? Consider making products that consists of polymer, as there are many forms of the material that you can experiment with. If you have success with making your own products, opening a store to sell them is a good way to make money. The most important piece of equipment that you will need to begin is a high quality mixer for blending polymers, such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC). [Read More]

3 Tips For Proper Wiring In A Production Space Remodel

Posted on: 20 September 2017

Access to a reliable flow of electricity plays a critical role in many industrial and manufacturing processes today. Remodeling your production facility often requires the addition of new electrical circuits that will provide power for vital pieces of equipment. Proper wiring is essential when it comes the the safety and performance of your remodeled space. Here are three useful tips that you can use to ensure the wiring system in your new production space is designed and installed properly in the future. [Read More]

Steel Fabrication: 3 Desulfurization Methods To Consider

Posted on: 9 March 2016

When steel is being fabricated, sulfur may bind to the steel. Generally speaking, sulfur is not a desirable alloy that is added with steel, and it is considered to be an impurity instead. This is because sulfur causes brittleness and reduces weldability of steel if it exceeds 0.05%. As a result, desulfurization is an important step in many steel fabrication processes. This article will look at 3 common desulfurization methods. [Read More]

2 Tips for Making the Steel Caster Wheels in Your Factory Last Longer

Posted on: 27 January 2016

If you work in a factory that uses movable equipment, some of the machinery may be placed on steel caster wheels. Keeping the wheels maintained is important for safely moving the equipment as well as making the wheels last longer. Use the tips below to keep them in tip-top shape for as long as possible. Keep the Wheels Out of Water If your caster wheels are made out of steel, it is imperative that you limit their exposure to water. [Read More]