Three ways perspex can make your home better

6 December 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

What can you do with perspex? At first glance you might be tempted to think that perspex isn't the most interesting material available, and to pass on to something more interesting. The truth is that perspex is one of the most versatile materials around today. It is used in an amazing array of applications in industries as diverse as communication, health care, and architecture. You can find perspex being used to make baby incubators, picture frames and almost everything in between. Read More 

Buying and Installing Screw Piles for Use in an Industrial Setting

22 November 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you have a problem with the foundations of your industrial unit, installing screw piles is an easy way of adding strength and support. Screw piles are available in many different lengths, and it is very important that you use the correct size. If you use screw piles which are too small, they will not provide adequate support to your industrial building. Below is a guide to two things you should consider when investing in screw piles. Read More 

Four Factors Where Stainless Steel Comes Out Ahead of Carbon Steel

3 November 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Carbon steel is generally cheaper than stainless steel, but cost shouldn't be the only thing that you consider. Stainless steel possesses a number of benefits that makes it vital for certain projects. If you require any of the following four attributes, make sure you look to stainless steel instead of carbon steel.    1. Flexibility High carbon steels are extremely strong, which is why they are often used to make tools, but that's not always a good thing. Read More 

PVC For Your WC: The Benefits Of Installing PVC Doors In Public Bathrooms

23 October 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Whether you operate a large department store or a tiny corner coffee shop, the toilet facilities you provide are just as vital to the continued health of your business as the products you sell, keeping customers in your premises and ready to spend money when they might otherwise go elsewhere to relieve themselves. As such, the materials used to create your public facilities should be up to the task, and must not degrade or become unsanitary when used by hundreds or even thousands of customers a day. Read More 

Types of Professional Laser Cutting Machines

16 October 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Professional laser cutting refers to technology-based cutting and engraving of materials with the use of a laser. The laser cuts into materials according to the shapes desired by the end user. The process is regularly used in industrial manufacturing of plastics, metals and other materials. However, it can also be adopted for small businesses and schools. You may look at a cut or engraved material and wonder just how this was achieved. Read More