Knocking Down Walls And Kicking Up Floors: Where Does It Go After That?

Posted on: 25 September 2017

Knocking down concrete walls and pulling up concrete floors is all in a day's work for concrete contractors. However, the concrete that is pulled up or smashed down has to go somewhere after that. Sometimes, some contractors salvage it. That is correct; it becomes concrete salvage! What happens to it next is something amazing. Stacked Slabs Ready for Reuse If a decent job has been done on cutting a concrete floor from an industrial or manufacturing site, and the slabs are fairly uniform, the slabs are stacked against a wall in a concrete salvage or construction recycling site.
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Three Things To Consider When Choosing Caster Wheels

Posted on: 10 March 2016

Whether you're outfitting medical, industrial or other equipment with steel casters, getting the right ones can make a big difference in the handling and ease of use. If you've never shopped for casters in the past, it can be a confusing prospect, particularly because there are so many different features and functions to consider. The perfect selection is going to vary from machine to machine, so there's no single answer that's a good fit across the board.
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Electrical Warehouse Lighting Options To Consider

Posted on: 27 January 2016

If you have a large warehouse to store all of your manufactured products, then you likely have a system to both store and organize items in the building. However, if you do not have enough light in the facility, then it may be extremely difficult to find what you need in a timely manner. If this is the case, then it is time to invest in a proper lighting system for the warehouse.
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Common Crane Accidents And How To Avoid Them

Posted on: 14 December 2015

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, also known as OSHA, feels that the majority of overhead crane accidents can be prevented if those operating and working with the crane are trained and proper precautions are taken at the job site. If you are renting an overhead crane for use at one of your job sites, educating yourself on the common types of crane accidents and how they can be avoided can help keep your workers safe and reduce the risk of accidents.
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