Why You Should Install a Dog Fence Before Adopting a Dog

If you plan on adopting a dog, then you are probably also interested in installing a fence for them. After all, you'll want to be sure that your dog has a safe and comfortable place for using the bathroom, playing or just enjoying some fresh air. Although you may have already made the decision to install a fence for your future pet, you might be planning on waiting and installing it later. [Read More]

Does your hydraulic hose need to be replaced?

Have you ever faced a situation where you need to link two ports on a piece of equipment, but their positioning makes running a pipe between them awkward? The easiest way to create a connection in that situation is to use a flexible hydraulic hose. While you might struggle to complete the job with fixed piping, a flexible hose can pass around corners and connect at almost any angle. Places that you might use a hydraulic hose, include; hydraulic presses, tractor attachments, and even injection moulding machines. [Read More]

Why Use Adjustable Air Cannons?

Air cannons usually deliver a consistent level of blast. They use the same pressure and speed to clear materials out of their containers and machines. While this helps keep products moving, free-flowing, consistent blasts aren't always the perfect solution. Sometimes, it pays to use an adjustable air cannon instead. Why? Get More Versatility A regular air cannon uses a fair amount of force to keep materials moving. Sometimes, you need this much force. [Read More]

Keep Your Home in Tip-Top Shape With These 4 Electrical Maintenance Tips

Electrical maintenance is essential to keep your home safe from electrical-based hazards. Over time, you can notice electrical wiring and other electrical components in your home begin to wear down. Faulty electrical systems may not only be life-threatening but can also cause significant damage to your property.  To keep your home in tip-top shape and prevent these problems, consider these four electrical maintenance tips: Check for Dimming/Flickering Lights  In most cases, dimming or flickering lights are as a result of an overloaded circuit. [Read More]