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The Plastic Entry Point: What You Didn’t Know

Posted by on Dec 2, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Metal is perhaps the most popular material used to make exterior residential doors. This popularity is explained by the fact that metal doors are known to be quite secure thanks to the rigid nature of steel/aluminium metal most commonly used. Plastic doors have also been around for some time, but they’re a more popular choice for internal doors. The relatively unpopular nature of plastic doors for external use is explained by the various misconceptions that homeowners often have with respect to these doors. Some of the common...

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Frequently Asked Questions for a Better Understanding of Below-Slab Vapour Barriers

Posted by on Oct 17, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Polyethylene builder’s film is an instrumental tool in the construction industry. It helps you keep out unwanted moisture when the concrete begins to cure. If too much moisture finds its way into a fresh slab at this stage, it will weaken the bonds between the concrete granules and the structural rebar used to support the building. With below-slab vapour barriers (polyethylene builder’s film), you can ensure that moisture doesn’t find its way into slabs and into the foundation over the course of the building’s...

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Five Tips to Help You Select Environmentally Friendly Pipes

Posted by on Jul 8, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

If you are choosing metal pipes for a project that requires drainage, there are a surprising number of options on the market. If you are focused on environmentalism, there are several ideas you should keep in mind as you look for the right metal pipes. Here are some points you should consider:    1. Avoid the presence of heavy metals In some cases, pipes are lined with other metals or coatings. Make sure that the pipes you buy do not have any potentially dangerous heavy metals such as lead or cadmium in them. Talk thoroughly with a...

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How Your Industrial Complex Can Benefit from Reverse Engineering

Posted by on Mar 28, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Reverse engineering refers to a process by which physical objects (such as machine parts) are analysed comprehensively so that their structure, operation and function can be monitored accurately. This method may involve the creation of a 3D model of the equipment or machine. This process relies on advanced scanners and measuring tools to analyse objects. This article discusses some of the benefits that you would realise if reverse engineering were used to analyse the equipment in your industrial complex.  Fabrication of Unique Parts You...

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Home Security: Choosing the Ideal Chain Mesh Fencing

Posted by on Jan 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

The security in your residential property will depend on the different safety measures incorporated to limit access by unscrupulous individuals. One of the important elements that can improve the security of your home is high quality fencing. This feature will mark the perimeter of your land, create a barrier and discourage trespassing by unauthorised people. There are different types of fencing products to consider purchasing for your home, but chain mesh fencing probably offers the best in terms of cost and performance. This product is...

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Industrial Demolition: How Demolition Experts Make the Job Safe and Efficient

Posted by on Jan 22, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Most industrial environments usually demand methodically focused attention before structures can be brought down. There are lots of reasons why industrial demolition jobs should be left to demolition experts. Here are a few reasons to explain why. Removal of hazardous substances from structures. Industrial structures may contain hazardous materials, such as asbestos and lead, which must be removed from the site. Exposure to asbestos and lead is harmful to human health. Exposure to asbestos, for instance, puts people at increased risk of...

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What Are The Material Options Available For Residential Carports

Posted by on Dec 15, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

A carport is a great addition for residential premises. Apart from the obvious functional advantages of this type of shed, choosing to install a carport increases the amount of useable space around the home, thereby increasing the value of the premise. Making a first-time investment in a residential carport is easier said than done. Below is a discussion of various materials used in the fabrication of carports and what a homeowner can expect with each type of carport material. Steel Carports Steel is among the most commonly used materials in...

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Factors that will influence the bending process

Posted by on Dec 2, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

If you are a beginner when it comes to induction bending, you may be unsure as to what factors will influence the bending process. These days, the process of bending metal is largely a technological and scientific process. Materials are designed using computer software and many of the industrial bending machines are machine controlled. However, when you are just beginning to learn about induction bending, you won’t have these advanced machines at your disposal. Instead, you need to rely on getting your measurements correct and using the...

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Different ways that you can gift wrap wine bottles

Posted by on Nov 17, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Whether it is a birthday or a family reunion, wine is always an appreciated gift. However, when it comes to wrapping the gift, you may not want to just give it to the receiver in a wine bag or wrapped in a single piece of wrapping paper. While it is always nice to get a gift that is well gift wrapped, the very experience of being creative and coming up with new gift packaging ideas yourself is extremely rewarding. Whether you would like to keep the identity of your gift unknown or simply want to learn a creative way to wrap wine, there are a...

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Tips on Preventing Leakage in Industrial Hose Fittings with TFT Tape

Posted by on Oct 28, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off

Fittings for industrial hoses are made to endure tremendous pressure, as well as stand for changes in temperature and texture of the material being transported through the hoses. However, even if they are made from extremely durable material, they can still break. Different approaches can be advisable when preventing leakage in industrial hoses fittings, but one of the simplest is to reinforce them using TFT tape. Reinforcing fittings to prevent or to repair a leak Fittings are usually made out of hard plastic or metal; materials made to...

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