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Inverter arc welding technology - A beginners education to pressure welding qualification

03rd October 2011
If you are inexperienced then you might believe it is very difficultdaunting to make your pick as to what should be the suitable welding equipment for your task. Thinking ahead will ensure that you make the right choice and that you have the right equipme... Read >
Author: JohnSmith

Finding The 12v Winch Today Tip 21

20th June 2011
Winches are a great method for rescuing cars or trucks which have turn out to be stuck inside the sand or mud, not to mention the snow. A 12v electric winch truly is useful whenever you are outside inside the woods by yourself and you get ensnared, simply... Read >
Author: Harvey Hobbs

Welding Table - Should You Build One Or Buy One?

16th March 2011
One of the very first welding projects you should tackle is a welding table. But wait a minute. Are you sure you want to spend the time and money to build a welding table when you might be able to buy one that is portable, foldable, and inexpensive? I am ... Read >
Author: PMane

Safety guide on how to use a ladder correctly

01st June 2010
Ladder Safety With the right ladder and proper use, working above ground level really should be no problem. Help to make certain you possess an appropriate ladder and use correct method for ladder placement, always keep in mind ladder climbing safety a... Read >
Author: jgoodwin

The difference between Rigid and Swivel Castors

24th November 2009
Light duty, medium duty and heavy duty are three wide categories into which casters can be separated. However, these are not consistent and are not confined to these categories in a strict sense, and thus the terms are but diffused associations for the we... Read >
Author: cgcarticles

Occupational Injuries and Physiotherapy

22nd September 2009
There is less occupational injury going on in the last few years than before. This is partly because of the influence of physiotherapy on the workplace. Physiotherapy principles are being used to design better work places and work habits. They are also im... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson

Understanding Fast Food Cooking Systems

28th August 2009
Fast food is a huge sector of the catering industry with annual sales estimated to be more than £7 billion. Because of the high volume nature of fast food service, the equipment not only has to be quick, it has to be very robust. Heavy-duty equipment is ... Read >
Author: easyequipment

Polythene Bags & Plastic Sacks Your Guide To Their Thickness

23rd June 2009
When talking to Customers about poly bags, we're often asked what the terms 'micron' and 'gauge' mean, and how they determine the right polythene bag or plastic sack for the job. Gauge was the traditional imperial measurement of plastic or polythene thic... Read >
Author: Kevin Thomas
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