Things To Know About Water Jet Cutting

There may be many reasons you will need to have materials cut for industrial or commercial use. It is important to appreciate that water jet cutting can be an extremely effective solution to meeting this need. How Does Water Jet Cutting Work? There is a frequent assumption that the force of the water jet will just cut through the material. While this pressure will be one of the key factors in cutting through materials, the water will also utilize a series of small particles, dramatically increasing the abrasion from the jet of water. Read More 

3 Tips For Using A Welding Service For The First Time

If you are going to be using a welding service, you might be looking forward to having a professional handle your welding job for you. However, you might not be sure of exactly what to expect. These are a few tips that you can follow when using a welding service for the first time. 1. Ask About Mobile Welding First of all, when you call the welding shop to inquire about the welding services that it offers, you may want to ask about mobile welding services. Read More 

Points To Consider When Looking For A Film Core Supplier

If you are storing old films, you may want to put them in the freezer or at least in a moisture-proof, corrosion-resistant container. Ultimately, the choice depends on the type of film and how much storage space you have available. On top of that, to help the film to keep its shape, you may want to invest in film cores. This can also be an incredibly useful way to help a film maintain its integrity while shipping it. Read More 

Your First Boom Truck Rental

If a boom truck is something you need to take on a project but you don't own one, renting one is a possibility. However, without boom truck exposure or experience, there are situations you must prepare for and act on--such as those explained below--so that the truck doesn't end up ruining your budget or delay other work.  Ask for Consultation It's possible that a vague, general idea of the boom truck size you need is in your mind. Read More 

Reasons Why You Should Remove Copper Plumbing When Your Fuse Box Is Close To It

Old basements often have "farm bathrooms." These farm bathrooms consist of a toilet and a shower that was once used by farmers who would come in from the barn, wash up, and sit down to eat. When houses were being outfitted for electricity, the early electricians did not know what they were doing. Subsequently, that fuse box next to your old farmer's shower is a bad idea. Here are a couple reasons why you need to move something or remove the copper plumbing from the shower: Read More