What to Keep in Mind When Choosing a CNC Machining Company

Posted on: 18 November 2019

To achieve up-to-standard pieces in your production, you have to choose the right CNC manufacturing company. There are different types of CNC machining companies that offer varying services, making it important to settle for one that will meet your manufacturing needs. The market is filled with numerous CNC machining companies, so getting the right one might be a daunting task. However, considering certain factors could help you settle for the best company. [Read More]

Top Reasons to Replace an Oil-Filler Transformer with a Cast Resin Transformer

Posted on: 18 November 2019

Transformers play an integral role in ensuring manufacturing operations are not interrupted by planned or unplanned power blackouts. Modern transformers are designed to turn on when there is a power outage automatically, and off once the power is restored. You must, however, be careful when buying a transformer, because whichever model you choose will have varying benefits. You should think about getting a cast resin transformer rather than a traditional oil-filled transformer. This article looks at the different ways a manufacturing facility can benefit from a cast resin transformer. [Read More]

How to Repair Water Damaged Plasterboard Ceiling Without Breaking the Bank

Posted on: 14 November 2019

Have you noticed wet patches or water stains on parts of your plasterboard ceiling? Is the paint on the plasterboard peeling in some areas? These are all signs of water damage. Unfortunately, a water damaged ceiling requires immediate repairs to prevent the problem from spreading. But how do you make this happen without breaking the bank? Here is a detailed guide to help you restore your water damaged plasterboard ceiling while keeping short- and long-term costs low. [Read More]

A guide to asbestos management

Posted on: 13 November 2019

Asbestos management is an essential procedure for all properties suspected to contain asbestos-containing materials. It requires commitment at all levels from management, property owners and employees. An effective asbestos management plan includes the following: Asbestos inventory An asbestos inventory is necessary to identify all the materials or structures that contain asbestos. For many buildings, it is not possible to rule out the presence of asbestos on sight alone, as it may be held inside the material. [Read More]