Lift You High, Higher, Highest: Three Warehouse Lifts That Help You Reach Your Theater's Rafters

Working in a theater, you spend a lot of time on set up, stage building, lighting and sound direction. If a show also has some special effects, then you have to rig up the effects too. That means reaching up high, higher and highest of all to get to the ramparts, catwalks and light hangers up above. If your theater does not own any of these already, here are three warehouse lifts (click here for more info) that can make your stagehand job so much easier. [Read More]

Can You Use Waste Heat to Warm Your Cold-Climate Warehouse?

If you own a warehouse or manufacturing facility in a part of the country that sees more snow than sunshine, you may feel that the battle between the outside elements and your electric bill is constant. For facilities that generate some heat through mechanical activities, the installation of a waste heat recovery unit or heat recovery ventilation system could help you take advantage of the heat already being produced by your business without further drawing on public utilities to maintain your buildings at a comfortable or habitable temperature. [Read More]

How to Clean and Lubricate Crane Wire Rope to Prevent Failure and Extend Its Useful Life

There are several critical components of an overhead crane, but the wire rope is probably at the top of the list. Should the rope break due to wear or corrosion, a load can be lost, resulting in serious damage and possibly injury or death to workers. That is why paying close attention to the wire rope in your care is critical to preventing a possible catastrophe. Cleaning and lubricating wire rope will reduce wear and halt corrosion, and below is a step-by-step guide to this important procedure: [Read More]

Get Valuable Insights From Marketers, Sociologists And Marketers When Purchasing A Submersible Pump

When selecting a new submersible pump for an existing wastewater processing facility, there are many technical considerations that must be taken into account. For instance, the size and location of the station's pipes, valves and wet wells may all affect which submersible pipes will be compatible with the existing infrastructure. Technical questions that engineers can answer, however, are hardly the only factors to consider. If you run a wastewater facility and are trying to pick a new submersible pump, you'll want to talk with marketers, sociologists and meteorologists before you select a model for your plant. [Read More]