2021

Assist Gases in Metal Laser Cutting: A Comparison Between Nitrogen and Oxygen

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

Laser cutting is a standard process in many industrial applications. Some of its primary uses include engraving, cutting, drilling, etching, etc., on various material surfaces, including metal, wood, paper, and plastic. It's highly used because of its versatility, quality of cuts, speed, flexibility, and precision, among other benefits. Typically, laser cutting, especially metals, requires an assist gas blown over the material surface to remove any molten matter that may interfere with the quality of cuts and dissipate any excess heat from the material surface that could damage it.

11 August 2021

Top Things to Expect When Having a Screw Pile Foundation Installed

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

You might be having a construction project completed, and you might want to be a big part of the entire process. For example, now that the foundation is being installed, you might want to know what is going on all throughout. Of course, what you should expect will depend primarily on the type of foundation that is being installed. If you are having a screw pile foundation installed — which is a common choice when a deep foundation is needed, such as if the soil quality is not ideal or if the structure that is being built is big and heavy — then these are some of the things that you should expect.

25 May 2021

What You Need To Know About HVAC Fabrication

Industrial & Manufacturing Blog

Many people rarely think about the state of their heating and air conditioning systems until something goes wrong. You are likely to ignore your unit's repair and maintenance needs when it's cooling and heating your property efficiently. Unfortunately, failing to pay attention to your HVAC system might be working against you. Maybe you have been paying more energy bills than you should because of having an ill-sized unit.  To reap maximum functionality and cost benefits from your system, you should consider sheetmetal HVAC fabrication.

8 April 2021