Why Induction Pipe Bending Is Better Than Other Traditional Methods of Bending

Pipe bending is indispensable for many industries. These induction pipes are used in building bridges, power plants, and gas and petroleum pipelines. When this is done with the appropriate induction pipe benders with optimum precision and efficiency, you will get the best results. Even though the pipe-bending technology has developed gradually over the years, the induction pipe bending has more advantages than other methods of pipe bending. Some traditional methods of bending pipes include steam, compression or rotary draw, cold or rolling, gag and synchronized incremental cold bending. Read More 

Understanding Miniature Vibration Technologies

A Look Back at Vibration Technology Miniature vibration motors have been used in a wide range of industrial applications since the latter half of the twentieth century in Australia. To begin with, these devices were developed for use in automated massage systems, as well as some specific industrial automation uses on production lines. However, their miniature design and reliability meant that by the mid-1990s, small vibration motors started to be installed in mobile phones. Read More 

Answers to Some Frequently Asked Questions About a Home Water Storage Tank

A home water storage tank can ensure you have a good supply of water on hand in case of drought or fire or for when you want to water your lawn, crops, or livestock. You may be surprised by the options you have for a home water storage tank, so note some questions you might consider first before shopping, and then discuss these with a manufacturer or installer if needed. Read More 

Recoating old rims when you are restoring a car

Restoring an old car is a labour of love and involves a lot of steps. Getting your rims restored is often the final touch in bringing an old car back to its former glory. Here are some of the steps involved.  Removing the rims  Take your car to the auto shop. The auto shop will remove the rims and examine them for damage. Often cars that have been stored or maintained in bad condition may have a range of scratches and dents on the rims, as well as rust and general wear. Read More 

Hoist Inverters for Your Crane: The Good Things You Probably Didn’t Know

When using cranes on a construction site, there are two things that you need to give precedence. The first one is safety. Cranes are high-risk machines that pose many operational and health hazards to your workers and other people within the vicinity.  Secondly, cranes can be quite expensive to hire and maintain depending on the type of work you are doing or the period that you'll need them. Therefore, you must maximise productivity by monitoring the performance of the machine very closely. Read More