Even Aluminum Can Corrode And Fail: How To Protect An Aluminum Seal

Aluminum seals are often seen as being more corrosion-resistant than steel. But aluminum is not impervious to corrosion even if the aluminum can form a protective coating on its own. You may need to provide your own protective coating to the aluminum seal depending on the conditions under which your product will be kept. Cleaning Aluminum Aluminum becomes dull as a result of corrosion, which causes calcium, lime, tarnish, oil and hard water stains to accumulate on the aluminum. Read More 

How Industrial Centrifugal Blowers Share Traits And Parts With Theatrical Fog Machines

Centrifugal blowers, especially those found in factories that move a lot of gases and air around, may have played a part in the creation of theatrical fog machines. The blowers have several blades that spin and move air or gas rapidly from a an exhaust pipe up through the roof of the building or into another part of the factory where the gas is used for the production of a product or used as fuel. Read More 

Make Your Own Scooter Board

If you are looking for an entertaining outdoor toy that gets your child moving, a scooter board will give them countless hours of fun. It is not that difficult to make a scooter board on your own using basic tools and a few supplies from a hardware store. Here are some instructions for you to follow when making a scooter board for your child. Materials You Will Need 3/4"-1" thick piece of wood cut into a square with about a foot of length on each side 1" Read More