3 Tips for Successful Basement Drilling

When you want to run conduit pipes or cabling through your basement to the house, you will need to carry out some drilling. However, you need to be careful when undertaking the project. Use of the wrong techniques in basement drilling can upset your home's foundation or increase the risk of basement flooding. You will be faced with a bigger problem at hand if your basement starts to leak and develop mould. Read More 

Making the Right Mark - Plastic Laser Engraving Explained

Plastic laser engraving allows manufacturers to create all sorts of marks on their products. Although professional laser cutting focuses on shaping materials so that they can be made to very specific dimensions, engraving burns away a shallow amount of material so that maker's brands, serial numbers or part descriptions can be etched indelibly into plastics. How is this done and what do product designers need to consider when weighing up the merits of this industrial process? Read More 

The Best Guide to Selecting and Installing a Dumbwaiter in Your Commercial Building

You want to set up a tall commercial building for your multifaceted business and you have to serve refreshments to your employees every day. It would be extravagant of you to set up a kitchen on every floor used by your employees. Additionally, you can also use too much money if you need waiters to walk around manually with delicacies and serve everyone in the office. Thankfully, vertically moving dumbwaiters can come to your rescue and help you move refreshments from one floor to the other. Read More 

What You Should Know About Centrifugal Water Pumps

If you work in the agricultural, industrial or power generation plant industries, you might be looking for ways to get rid of excess amounts of water. One way to do this is by choosing a water pump that takes excess water and moves it to another location. An excellent water pump to choose is called a centrifugal pump, which is often used in these and related industries. Here are some things to know about this type of water pump so you can decide if it is a good option for you. Read More 

Five Tips for Lowering Temperatures in Your Water Tank

The super hot temperatures of Australian summers may affect your water tank and may drive up your water temps unnecessarily. Whether you are using your tank to supply water to your home or just for irrigation, you likely don't want piping hot water in your tank. Luckily, there are several different ways you can prevent your water from getting too hot. 1. Position the Tank in a Cool Spot If you haven't gotten your water tank yet, you should try to identify the coolest spot possible for it. Read More