Air Compressor Operating And Maintenance Do’s And Don’ts

If you recently bought your first air compressor to use for your home DIY projects, then it is important for you to understand how to properly operate and maintain it. By following these time-tested do's and don'ts you can stay safe and enjoy using your new air compressor: Do place your new air compressor on a flat surface such as a driveway or patio. Block its wheels with bricks to ensure that the air compressor does not move around while you are using it. Read More 

Important Things To Know Before Buying A Home With A Septic Tank

Are you currently in the process of looking for a new house? Are you considering buying one that has a septic tank instead of a hookup to a city sewer system? While caring for a septic tank may sound strange or complicated, it doesn't have to be. Nevertheless, there are a few things you should know and consider before purchasing such a home: Maintenance may seem random: Some sites may say that you will only need a septic tank cleaning after a certain time frame. Read More 

3 Tips For Effective Hydraulic Seal Installation

Whether you are replacing a hydraulic seal as part of your routine maintenance routine, or installing a new seal to replace a faulty one, there are some important considerations that must be made to ensure proper installation occurs. Since many of your employees probably aren't master mechanics, instructing them on the proper procedure for replacing hydraulic seals could help you increase the productivity of your machines. Here are three installation tips that every employee handling hydraulic seals should be familiar with. Read More 

3 Signs You Need To Have Your Septic System Drained

Your home depends on your septic system to take all of the waste from inside of your home out to the drain field. It sits in the drain field until you call upon someone to come out and drain your tank. While you might not have to do this every month or two, it is something that you will have to do at some point in time or another. To help you better understand when you need to have your septic system drained, here are three signs to be on the lookout for. Read More 

Injection Molding – Melting Waste Plastic Into Usable Products

Injection molding is a way to use waste plastic and other types of polyurethane to make useful new products you use every day. Below are the 4 basic steps used in injection molding, an innovative process that manufactures many products you may find in some surprising places in your own home. Used products, often considered waste, can be easily recycled using the concept of injection molding. Injection molding takes polystyrene, nylon, polypropylene and other types of polyurethane (plastic), and melts them down to form a new product. Read More