If you run a construction business or another similar company that owns a lot of heavy equipment, you are likely aware that even the sturdiest looking machinery can break down from time to time. If you are encountering a lot of problems with your equipment these days, it might be time to consult with a heavy equipment professional to address the problem. Here are three reasons why having a heavy equipment repair company on your payroll or speed dial is a good idea for your business. [Read More]
What Are The Advantages Of Aspheric Lenses?
Creating a perfectly spherical lens is a relatively easy task. In that, you can make your grinder and grind down your lenses to to make a perfectly spherical lens. On the other hand, if you want to create an aspherical lens, you can't just grind down your lens using a uniform tool. Instead, if you have to grind to a certain pattern by hand, you have to do the work on your own. [Read More]
Enhancing And Protecting Your Land - Options In Irrigation Water Filters
Whether you have a small lawn that you want to reinvigorate or a large farm that you need to function efficiently in order for your business to survive, irrigation needs all come down to the quality of your water. Relying on ground or well sources can be a mistake and can allow contaminants and impurities to affect the viability of your efforts. Below, you'll find a guide to some options available in industrial filtration products for irrigation applications. [Read More]
Fabricating Sheet-Metal Duct Systems With Computer Technology
Duct systems were originally carefully made by craftsmen skilled in sheet metal fabrication. Each piece needed to be configured individually, then cut from flat sheets of metal. The pieces would have to fit together with precision in order for the system to work in a functional manner. How is this accomplished in the present technological age? Computer-assisted sheet metal fabrication Before computers, sheet metal was fabricated from flat sheets of metal, using triangulation and other geometric formulas in order to achieve the correct three dimensional design when a piece of metal was fabricated into the intended shape. [Read More]