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Finding and Buying Used Industrial Equipment

Would it surprise you to learn that you can find high quality industrial equipment at savings of 50 percent or more? When you buy used industrial equipment you are getting the same great performance for a fraction of the cost. Industrial equipment is built to last, so it often has many years of life left in it when a company goes under or upgrades and needs to sell. That's good news to you! My name is Ryan, and I can teach you how to find the best used equipment for your manufacturing plant at the lowest possible price. Come read all about it.


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Finding and Buying Used Industrial Equipment


Make Sure You're Fully Protected: How To Maintain Your Safety When Operating Press Brakes

If you're going to be working with a press brake, you've got to take steps to ensure your safety. While working with any type of heavy equipment can be dangerous, press brakes come with their own significant hazards. Before you start working with a press brake, here are some safety measure you should always follow. Know Your Machine Before you start operating your first press brake machine, it's crucial that you obtain the proper training.

How Large Should My Deck Be?

When you decide to add a wood deck to your home, you may wonder how much of a deck you really need. Fortunately, there are some easy rules you can follow to make sure you have a deck that is the appropriate size.  Rules of Thumb Do not build a deck that is more than 20% of the square footage of the home that the deck will be connected to. There should be no section of your deck that is larger than the largest room in your home.

Septic Systems And Soil Composition: The Basics

If you've recently bought some land and are thinking about installing a septic system on the property, you need to understand what role the soil composition plays in the ability to do so. The soil is an important component, because it's responsible for filtering effluent as it passes from the septic tank to the drain field. Here are some things that you should know about the soil needs and the benefits of soil composition testing with your septic system installation contractor.