Causes and Solutions to Your Water Pump’s Intermittent Cycling Problem

If your water pump has an intermittent cycling problem, you will notice that the pump runs and goes off repeatedly on its own. This will definitely increase your electricity bills, affect the flow of water in your home and reduce the efficiency of your water pump. Diagnosing and solving intermittent cycling issues is usually easy. However, you must know what to check and how to handle it. For this reason, here are some of the common causes and solutions to a water pump with an intermittent cycling issue. Read More 

Protecting Your Garden and Outdoor Areas When You Paint

If you've ever painted a room inside your home, you'll already be familiar with using plastic sheeting. These large pieces of plastic sheeting are invaluable for protecting your furniture and flooring from any paint that might escape from your brush before it's applied to the wall. When painting outside, you might think that you won't need to place any kind of protection down before you get started. This is not the case. Read More 

Grain Not Flowing: Three Options for Silo Flow Aids

If you have grain in a silo and it doesn't seem to be flowing out of the cone as quickly and easily as it should, it may be time to invest in a flow aid. Wondering which type is right for you? Take a look at these three options: 1. Pneumatic Hammer If you've ever banged on your silo cone and noticed an improvement in the speed of the grain's flow, a pneumatic hammer may be the answer. Read More 

Factors to Consider When Ordering Cut to Size Plastics

Cut-to-size plasticsare available in a wide variety of different specifications and plastic types. It is therefore important that you consider several factors before placing your order for plastic that will be used for your DIY project. This article discusses some of those key factors. Temperature Range Each form of plastic has a safe temperature range within which it can be used without suffering any alteration to its chemical composition and structural strength. Read More 

Choosing Between Wood, Plastic, and Corrugated Pallets

When investing in pallets for your company, you may not realize that you can choose between wood, plastic, and corrugated or cardboard materials. While pallets may not be very expensive per piece, their cost can add up over time, and you need the right pallet for ensuring your materials arrive safely at their destination. This is why you want to carefully consider the material choices for your supply of pallets. Note a few pros and cons of each so you can determine the best choice for your company. Read More