Tag: industrial
September 22, 2020
What’s the Difference Between RO and DI Water Purification?

There's a wide range of industries that require water treatment; however, not every company needs the same kind of water purification system. It might be obvious that restaurants and laboratories have different priorities when it comes to their purification requirements, but if you're not very familiar with different water systems, you likely don't know where […]

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September 20, 2020
How Ryon Märk Permanent Markers can be Used

A permanent marker is of the things that can be used for lots of important things. A professional wood maker who frequently used the belt sander explained how inscriptions with these products on sanded surfaces helped him achieve neat and good jobs. This is one of the industrial importance of these items. In this article, […]

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August 5, 2020
Trends in the Robotics Industry

Robots have been in the manufacturing industry for a while now. Over the years, and for the last five decades, they have transformed from large, ghastly and expensive machines that needed to work separately from human workers to collaborative, small and safe robots. Collaborative with human workers and with other robots. This is the current […]

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July 8, 2020
Look For Nail Stakes for Concrete Solutions

  MSB Form is the most modern and flexible solution for the concrete construction industry. These frameworks are lightweight, corrosion-free, and ideal for every application, be it commercial, civil, residential, or industrial. As these structures are adjustable, they offer more flexibility and help get the project completed more safely and securely within the stipulated time. […]

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June 24, 2020
How to Find Skip Bins Services In Adelaide - Important Factors

  When you are running a construction business, you will need to dispose of the industrial waste from the property for making sure that it will not pose a risk to the workers. But for this you will need to know how to find skip bins services in Adelaide so that you will get the […]

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May 15, 2020
10 Most Commonly Used Plastic Injection Molding Materials

As it directly affects the molding operation and the part performance, choosing the right material is one of the most important things of any product development project. Being one of the most widely used plastic formation techniques with countless industrial applications, plastic injection molding material selection is no exception. And with over 85 thousand types […]

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April 2, 2020
Improve Efficiency at Your Manufacturing Facility with These 5 Tactics

  Those in manufacturing know how much of a struggle it is to maintain the delicate balance between productivity, cost, and profit. In a perfect world, we should all be able to maximize both productivity and profits while keeping costs relatively low. Unfortunately, the reality that most manufacturers face is far from ideal. Many are […]

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September 20, 2019
Environmental-friendliness of Natural Gas - A Brief Look

Environmental Friendliness of Natural Gas Canadians in the 21st century have a vested interest in energy issues. We know extreme cold and -- surprisingly to some -- brutal heat. From controlling the climate of home and office to ensuring the timely transport of goods and people, we seek energy sources that are efficient, affordable and […]

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August 12, 2019
Vital Considerations Whether to Rent, Buy, or Lease Your Forklift

Forklifts are essential pieces of equipment commonly used in industrial lifting. However, they are quite expensive to purchase and maintain. There are various options to consider when looking for forklifts to find the right fit for your business. Let us dive straight into some of them. Renting Your Forklift Renting is almost similar to leasing […]

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April 10, 2016
Sammy Sosa's home in Golden Beach

After Sammy Sosa purchased the oceanfront home in 2014 for $7.6 million, he only used a handful of times. Sosa sought to make a quick sale. And he did. The deal closed in less than 45 days of going under contract for $9.15 million. Over the three year stay, Sosa made only $1’415 per day […]

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October 18, 2013
Seattle Skyline Pictures and More

Seattle and Its Amazing Skyline Seattle's economy is made up of older industrial companies, and "new economy" Internet and technology companies, design, service, and clean technology companies. The city's gross product was $231 billion in 2010.  This made it the 12th largest metropolitan economy in the United States. The Port of Seattle, which also operates Seattle–Tacoma International Airport, is a […]

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September 9, 2012
The Water Tower in Leudelange Luxembourg

Architect: SchemelWirtz Location: rue de la Poudrerie in the industrial area of Leudelange Construction time: June 2005 to May 2008 Materials used: light concrete for the structure, curtain wall type for the cladding with filling in translucent glass fiber panels It seems as though Luxembourg is advancing in their public building's architecture. I think that the US should consider their creative […]

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August 14, 2012
Solar-Powered Floating Hotel By Michele Puzzolante

Italian industrial designer Michele Puzzolante designed this conceptual floating luxury hotel. So far this is just a concept looking for an investor. The cost so far is at $1,800,000 to build one of these. The resort can hold up to 6 people comfortably. I wouldn't mind living in this for a summer! The only problem would be […]

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