Use Stainless Steel Hoses For Your Industrial Equipment Company? Tips To Keep Them Maintained

Posted on: 27 May 2016

If you use stainless steel hoses for your industrial equipment company, it is important that they stay in good condition for the safety of your employees. You will have problems if you do not take proper care of these hoses, and they will fail long before they should. Keep reading to learn how to maintain your stainless steel hoses. Perform a Leak Check and Pressure Test Check the stainless hoses and fittings while they are under pressure to see if there are any leaks.
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Pressure Washer, Mold Armor, And Acne Cream – 3 Tools For Removing Artillery Fungus Spots

Posted on: 26 May 2016

Those little black specks that you have found all over the siding, sidewalk and décor around your mulched areas probably aren't what you think. If you thought that they were fungus spores, well, you're right! The little black specks are actually spores shot out of artillery fungus that is growing in your aging mulch. As the sun heats the mulch, the fungus shoots out tiny black spores that land on anything and everything within reach.
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A Few Reasons You Need To Be Sure To Have The Right Hydraulic Hose Fittings

Posted on: 24 May 2016

If you have any machinery with hydraulics, you need to understand the importance of having the proper hose fittings. At some point, they will wear and begin to leak. You can often replace these fittings yourself, but you need to be sure to get the right ones. This means making sure you have the right manufacturer too. Do not assume that all manufacturers make them to the same design specifications. Sometimes different ones will fit on the hose end, but will not be the right one for the job.
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How To Avoid Septic Tank Backups When Hosting A Large Number Of People

Posted on: 3 May 2016

One of the biggest issues revolving around hosting a large number of people – whether it be for a big birthday celebration, a bar mitzvah, or especially over a week or two during the holiday season – is that your septic tank can become easily backed up due to overuse. Most septic tank sizes are meant to accommodate the size of the household in which you participate. Going over this normal amount means that you might encounter a bit of backup.
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