Tips For Preventing Backflow In The Home

As a homeowner, you likely want to take steps to avoid backflow. Backflow is when water that is not clean anymore, due to it having been used already, flows back through the pipes and into the water supply that is used for cooking, bathing, and washing clothing. You don't want to accidentally contaminate your water supply. Here are some tips for making sure that you don't have to entirely drain your water system in order to get rid of the effects of backflow. Read More 

Common Hydraulic Cylinder Mistakes And How To Avoid Them

If you work in a factory, chances are good that you are going to be dealing with hydraulic seals and cylinders on a regular basis. Here are some common hydraulic cylinder mistakes and how you can avoid them to make sure that your factory operates as efficiently as possible. 1. Not Using Lubrication If you don't use lubrication on your hydraulic cylinders, you are going to have the unfortunate experience of having parts grate together and degrade over time. Read More 

Need Another Dumpster For Your Commercial Property? What To Know First

Do you own a commercial property and the trash is always a huge problem? Is the staff trying to cram it into the dumpster and shut the doors each week before there is more waste than room in the bin, but you don't want to pay for another dumpster? There are options you can look at to help reduce the amount of waste you're sending to the landfill each week and to help you be more responsible. Read More 

Three Ways To Cut Fuel Costs On A Long Trip In Your Heavy Duty Truck

Are you planning on driving your heavy duty truck on a long trip? Are you looking for ways to cut your fuel costs as you travel? Here are three ways to do just that. Drive the Speed Limit One way to limit the amount of gas you use, thereby cutting fuel costs, is to drive the speed limit. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, as soon as you hit 50 mph, your gas mileage begins to rapidly decrease. Read More 

What To Consider When Designing A New Compressed Air System For Your Business

When your company relies on compressed air to operate its machinery, you want a system that will function properly throughout the years. To accomplish your goal, you need to know more about the different piping options and layout choices that can affect the overall performance of your new system. Pipe Material One important aspect of a compressed air system is the pipes you decide to use. You will find several material options, many of which have their own benefits. Read More