Three Maintenance Guidelines for an Electric Vibrating Motor
28 December 2016
The electric vibrating motor is a useful component in numerous industrial and commercial machines. This component is designed to provide prolonged service and to withstand the harsh environment after installation. On the other hand, the motor has components which are vulnerable to damage and eventual wear. Therefore, you should ensure that the vibrating motor is serviced regularly for quality and long-term performance. Here are some critical guidelines on electric motor maintenance.
Wooden Flooring: Installing Builders' Film for Optimal Protection
13 December 2016
Builders' film is an important material in the construction industry, and it can be used for numerous types of applications. In general, the sheet is made using polyethylene, a strong plastic material. The most beneficial property of the film is its low level of biodegradability. This aspect means that the plastic is impermeable to water and will not be changed due to prolonged exposure to moisture. One of the important uses of PE builders' film is as a vapour barrier for wooden floors.
Understanding the General Design of Cooling Towers
2 November 2016
The use of cooling towers in industrial facilities such as power stations, food processing plants, and petrochemical plants is commonplace. During industrial applications, cooling towers are used to absorb the excess heat that is usually produced. But that does not mean the use of cooling towers is only restricted to industrial applications, as these cooling systems are also used to provide cooled water for residential and commercial air-conditioning. However, unlike industrial facilities, which usually use an in-house team of engineers and technicians to install and maintain their cooling towers, many homeowners and businesses in Australia are oblivious to the overall design and general operation of their cooling tower installations.
Advantages Of Precast Concrete Construction In Civil Applications
20 October 2016
Precast concrete construction is an innovative way to put up structures without following traditional from-the-ground-up methods. Apart from constructing residential houses and commercial buildings, precast concrete can also be used for civil projects such as bridges, dams, culverts, kerbs, and so forth. Below, discover the different advantages such civil applications of precast concrete have.
Quick build turnaround
Precast concrete construction allows civil construction projects to be completed within a very short period of time thus causing minimal public interruption.