Choosing Superior-Quality Test Plugs for Your Applications

Posted on: 10 March 2020

Are you planning to use pipes for applications such as dry waste venting? Well, there is no better way to know whether the pipes are strong enough to handle the waste than getting quality test plugs to help you in the testing process. There are hundreds of different types and styles of plugs used for both dry and pneumatic applications, which makes the process of choosing the right plugs a bit complicated.
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Top Factors to Consider when Choosing a Rock Crusher

Posted on: 10 March 2020

Stone has been used as a construction material since time immemorial and for good reasons. Not only are most natural stones strong, but they are also readily available. The best part is that natural stone can be crushed to the required size depending on the desired application. For instance, large and flat crushed stones are perfect outdoor construction projects because they cover a large area. On the other hand, small crushed rocks are ideal for driveway construction where finishing is not necessary.
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Do You Understand the Importance of Crane Rigging?

Posted on: 4 March 2020

With almost any building project, you are likely to need a crane at some stage of the construction. While your team are working on the foundations of the building, you may be able to simply lift materials into position. As the building rises higher, you will need help to manoeuvre your materials to the appropriate levels. Why use a crane? Without a crane, your workers will be forced to try and carry heavy materials up the building using ladders or scaffolding.
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First Time Renting a Crane? Follow These Tips for a Successful Project

Posted on: 27 February 2020

Cranes are indispensable equipment in most construction projects. They lift, lower and move materials from one location to another with the use of pulleys and cables. While they are essential pieces of machinery, cranes are incredibly costly to procure. It doesn't make sense to buy them if you're working on a short-term project. Therefore, the only financially sound option is to rent them throughout the project period. As a first-time renter, you need to know various issues that can affect your project and determine the hiring cost.
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