3 Questions To Know The Answers To When Choosing A Diamond Blade

8 March 2017
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In the construction industry, diamond blades are prized as some of the toughest blades on the market, These metal blades are encrusted with diamond aggregate materials that work as an abrasive to cut right through dense materials that would render any other blade completely useless. You don't have to be a contractor or construction worker to get your hands on diamond blades; these things are readily available at your local hardware store. Read More 

Attention Newly Certified Forklift Operators: 6 Safety Rules You Should Follow Faithfully

3 November 2016
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Did you know that there are approximately 35,000 serious injuries in the United States each year attributed to forklift operation? These accidents may be prevented by following safety guidelines and rules and paying close attention to details when operating, mounting, and dismounting these powered industrial trucks. As a certified forklift operator who is new on the job, you must remember to follow the rules established in your training each time you use the vehicle. Read More 

Renting a Crane for the First Time? Get Answers to 3 Questions Related to Crane Weight Limits

26 January 2016
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When you rent a crane, it is very important that you understand the weight limits related to the crane you are renting. Failure to do so can cause damage to the crane, property or injure individuals who are in the vicinity of this piece of machinery. Here are three frequently asked questions related to crane rental limits and the information you should know about those questions. How Much Weight Can a Crane Hold? Read More 

Overhead Cranes: Understanding The Basics Of Lubricating The Wiring

26 February 2015
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While all cranes, like one from Wazee Crane, must have the ability to safety handle a load that is at least 125% of the crane's rated capacity, the overhead crane's capacity and ability is largely dependent on its entire structure, which includes the wiring used as well. Most overhead cranes use 6 x 19 class wire ropes that contain 6 strands of wiring with a nominal 19 main wires in each strand. Generally speaking, small wires are recommended for situations where flexibility is crucial whereas large wires are recommended when the cable will likely be rubbed or dragged through abrasives. Read More