Industrial Equipment Facts

2 Ways Your Construction Company Can Save Money on Both Demolitions and Builds

As the owner or manager of a construction company, you likely do everything you can to keep your overhead costs low without sacrificing the quality of your services to ensure you can pay your employees well and earn a good living yourself. However, if you don't work with concrete salvage companies, then you may not realize how their services can save you money on both demolition projects and building new structures. Read More 

5 Tips for Using a Roll Off Dumpster During Rainy Weather

Often, your home repairs or office clean out has to be completed when you planned, even if inclement weather strikes. Working in the rain can put a damper on your mood, but there are several ways that you can protect yourself and make your garbage removal easier, even during wet weather. Below are a few tips to consider if it is raining when using your dumpster delivery.  Choose a Solid Surface for Placement Read More 

4 Times When Renting A Dumpster Is A Wise Idea

The average American generates approximately 4.38 pounds of waste on a typical day. But what happens if your day isn't typical? Sometimes you need to dispose of hundreds -- possibly even thousands -- of pounds of trash in a short period of time, and there's a good chance that it won't all fit in your regular trash can. If you wind up in any of the situations below, rent a spacious, durable dumpster so you can easily get rid of your excess garbage. Read More 

Do You Need A Suction Strainer For Your Centrifugal Pump?

One of the most common questions surrounding the use of centrifugal pumps is whether or not a suction strainer is necessary. When placed ahead of the pump, these devices help prevent sediment and solids from entering the pump. This helps reduce wear and tear on the pump impeller, which in turn increases overall efficiency and longevity. However, many see suction strainers as an unnecessary add-on, especially given the advances in impeller technology. Read More 

The Great Debate: Should Your Warehouse Utilize Plastic Or Wood Pallets?

When it comes to warehousing products, one of the biggest controlling factors for any company is the budget. However, when you choose an appropriate pallet for your warehouse, you should consider more than just the upfront costs. Indeed, plastic pallets can serve unique purposes that wood cannot cover, even though they are more expensive, but wood pallets can serve admirably and also save you money. No one makes an investment without first delving into the specifics of every option, so if you are trying to decide which pallet is best for your company, it is important to know the benefits of both choices. Read More