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From Beginning to Advanced: Blogs on Industry and Manufacturing

Greetings! My name is Adam. I work in the advertising industry as a brand developer. I also teach surfing lessons and spend a lot of time volunteering with an animal hospital. When I was on a gap year, I took a job in a pen factory. Through that experience, I learned a great deal about how pens were made, but I also learned a lot about industrial work and manufacturing in general. In this blog, I plan to write about all aspects of these topics, and I hope that this information is interesting and informative to you. Please, grab a tea and start looking around. If you like my blogs, share them. Thanks.

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From Beginning to Advanced: Blogs on Industry and Manufacturing

    Quick Tips for Preparing for a Home Demolition Job

    Having your home demolished can allow you to build a better home on the same site, or sell the land on its own if it's more valuable without an older home on it. Since you may not have ever gone through a home demolition job before, you may not know how to prepare your home and your site for the work. Your contractor may point out some things to do before the scheduled demolition date, but note these quick tips and then discuss them with your contractor.

    Five Tips for Preventing Skip Bin Fires

    Unfortunately, skip bins are not immune to fires, and a spate of fires in 2015 indicates that industrial bins can be especially prone to this risk. Want to protect your skip bin and your facility? Here are some fire safety tips to keep in mind: 1. Keep bins away from structures. Whether you are using a permanent bin or a skip you have hired for just a bit, make sure to position it away from structures.

    Things to think about when wrapping pallets

    The most important thing about working with goods shipped on pallets is the wrapping. Poorly wrapped pallets can cause the goods to tip over and break while they're being handled, causing an economical loss for the company as well as creating a safety threat for the people that might be nearby when it happens. Even though most transporting companies use pallet wrappers instead of handheld wrapping units, there is still a lot you can do as the one controlling the machine to make sure the pallet is properly wrapped.