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Water In Your Heating Oil Tank: FAQs

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Heating oil is one of the relied upon fuels used in industrial settings. The only downfall to using heating oil is the fuel must be stored in tanks on the property and water can sometimes get into the tanks. Here are a few things you should know about getting water in your heating oil tanks as an industrial business owner.  How does water get into the heating oil tanks? This is the first question business owners who learn they have water in their heating oil tanks tend to ask.…

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Scaffolding Safety Tips: Raising Your Safety Protocols

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Whether your company uses cutting-edge hydraulic scaffolds or old-school metal and bracket platform scaffolding, scaffolds are among the most useful and most dangerous types of construction equipment used on job sites. Accidents, however, are largely preventable.  Here are some ways that your company can raise your scaffold safety protocols to keep your safety records as high as your scaffolds: Daily Checks Many scaffolding injuries occur several days after scaffolds have been initially used on a job site.…

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Why You Should Rent Your Equipment When First Starting Your Contractor Business

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If you have decided that you are finally ready to go into business for yourself and you would like to run a contracting company, you will need to place a good bit of focus on all of the equipment you may need. There is a lot of different equipment out there that you need to be concerned with, especially since you never know what type of construction work you will find yourself getting.…

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How To Convert Your Heavy Duty Passenger Truck Bed To A Utility Body

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Did you know that you could convert your heavy-duty passenger truck bed to a utility truck body? There are certainly a large number of benefits to making this conversion, including the numerous cabinets you could use to store tools and equipment on your truck. The conversion is not difficult, but it does require a professional welder and some time. Here is how this conversion goes. 1. Buy the Utility Body Components You Want on Your Truck …

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Four Kinds Of Borescope Services And The Importance Of Each

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Borescopes are designed to be flexible and they get into small, tight spaces with ease. There are different kinds of borescope services too, each with their own significance and importance. Depending on what you need at the time, one or more of the following services for or with borescopes may be right for you. Borescope Rental At times, when you already own and use a borescope at work, and the borescope does not work because it is broken, you can rent a borescope.…

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Buy An Old Building With A Missing Boiler? What To Do To Save

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If you have purchased a large commercial property that is decades old, and the previous business owners removed the boiler system, you don’t have to invest in updating the entire heating system just yet. If you know that in the future you do want to change from a boiler to a commercial furnace and heater, but right now it’s not in your budget and you don’t want to spend the money, then you want to do the following and try to make things work.…

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There Are Different Kinds Of Water Meters

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Water meters measure how much water gets used by any home or business. The information that the water meter collects is how the water company is able to bill the person using the water. It used to be that the water company would send around a meter reader who would physically read the meter every month. That meter reader would mark down what the number on the meter is and then turn it in, and the bill would be figured on the difference between the last reading and the current reading.…

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Common Forklift Issues Requiring Repair And How To Prevent Or Be Prepared For Them

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Forklifts are generally very sturdy machines, and rarely break. However, that does not mean that they cannot or will not break down at some point. Here are some of the more common forklift issues requiring repair, how to prevent these issues, and how to be prepared for them when they do occur. Bent Forklift Prongs Accidents involving a forklift often result in bent forklift prongs. Dings to the most important part of the forklift make it very difficult to pick up boxes and pallets because the prongs are not straight and parallel to each other.…

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Maskindelar Från Sverige, Med Kärlek (Machine Parts From Sweden, With Love)

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Swedish machine parts? Who would have thought that such a thing could be real? Yet, it should not be so surprising, since the Swedish people have crafted several of the machines Americans use every day. Americans do not even realize that these machines are Swedish. Several snow-throwers and snowblowers for example are Swedish. Many major home appliances are Swedish too. The American public loves these machines, almost as much as the Swedes love producing and selling them here.…

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Three Tips For Using A Fabrication Service

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When a business is looking to have tools or equipment custom made, they will often find that metal fabrication companies can be the best sources for having these orders filled. While these services can be extremely useful, there are business leaders that will often fail to appreciate the numerous steps that they can be taking to improve their experience with using one of these fabrication services. Choose A Shop With The Capacity To Meet Your Order Volume…

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