Why Powder Coating Is Superior to Wet Spray Painting

If you are planning to customise the finish of your product, whether it's anything from a car to a railing, you may be leaning toward painting the surface. And while the use of wet spray paint is the conventional method of adding colour to product surfaces, powder coating is steadily becoming the top choice for both residential and industrial applications alike. Powder coating is the process of applying pigments onto a surface electrostatically. [Read More]

A Guide to Buying a Generator

In industrial settings, the generator is an essential piece of equipment, as it ensures that machines continue to run when there is a power outage. They are also used to run various construction and repair machines in areas that do not have an electricity connection. If you want to buy a generator, below are a few tips to help you.  Type of generator.  You have to choose between getting a petrol generator or a diesel generator. [Read More]

The Pros and Cons of Shipping With Timber Skids

Unlike wooden pallets, timber skids have no bottom deck boards – they only have a single deck. This quality lends itself to use for storage and shipping of heavy loads. If you're looking to use skids to ship large and heavy machinery or heavy items like rolled steel and precast concrete beams, you should know about the advantages and disadvantages of these shipping products.  Here's a rundown of what you need to know about the pros and cons of using timber skids. [Read More]

3 Ways Screw Piles Speed up Your New Home Build

When you're building a new home, speed is often important. You and your family want to move in as quickly as possible; you want to keep construction time to a minimum to keep costs low. While you don't want to cut corners, you'll look for ways to shorten the construction process wherever you can. When you're planning your foundations, consider screw piles over alternatives like concrete. These piles are just as effective, and they can be a good way to shorten the time it takes to get your foundations ready for your build. [Read More]