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Talking About Industrial Metalworking Equipment

Hi everyone, my name is Nene Queens. I created this site to talk about industrial metalworking equipment. Tools, machinery and auto parts are all created using industrial metalworking equipment and techniques. The equipment must assist workers with cutting, bending and otherwise forming the components to spec. Workers have to precisely align and move the metal materials to allow the equipment to perform each task. My site will talk about all of the different types of metalworking equipment used through the years. I will also cover developments in this field. Please feel free to drop by my site to learn more about industrial metalworking equipment.

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Why You Need AC Current Sensors Built Into Your Electrical Panels
12 October 2018

Electrical current; it is powerful, and it is nece

3 Ways to Recycle Your Business's Used Oil
6 July 2018

Used oil is as the name states. It is any type of

Four Cranes That You Might Use On Your Contrustion Project
13 December 2016

Cranes can be part of a lot of construction projec

Starting A Business Selling Cook-In Bags? One Type Of Bag You Should Choose And Tips On Packaging
13 December 2016

If you are starting up a new business and want to

Three Common Workplace Injuries—And What You Can Do To Prevent Them
14 October 2016

In order to maximize resources, it is vital for co

Why You Need AC Current Sensors Built Into Your Electrical Panels

Electrical current; it is powerful, and it is necessary for everything you do in your industrial plant. Yet, it has to be so carefully monitored and controlled, too. That is where an AC current sensor comes in. Most of your electrical panels probably already have current sensors and for plenty of good reasons. If you have never heard nor understood why current sensors are an integral part of your plant's electrical system, pull up a chair. Read More 

3 Ways to Recycle Your Business’s Used Oil

Used oil is as the name states. It is any type of oil that has been used in a vehicle and now has impurities in the oil that prevent the oil from performing as it should. Impurities naturally get put into oil as it is used in vehicles and industrial equipment. If you own a business that goes through a large amount of oil in your vehicles and machines, it can be helpful to have systems in place for recycling your business's used oil. Read More 

Four Cranes That You Might Use On Your Contrustion Project

Cranes can be part of a lot of construction projects in a lot of different ways. A crane is simply a piece of equipment designed to lift heavy loads and put it in the desired location. Sometimes that is on a roof or sometimes it is simply in a location that is inaccessible by other means. In either case, a skilled crane operator can put the load where it needs to be, saving you time and cost. Read More 

Starting A Business Selling Cook-In Bags? One Type Of Bag You Should Choose And Tips On Packaging

If you are starting up a new business and want to sell cook-in bags, it is important that you sell the right type of bag to make your customers happy. Once you decide on the type of bag you are going to use, you need to package it in the right way. This not only saves you money but also makes your customers happy. Below is some more information about this to help you get started. Read More 

Three Common Workplace Injuries—And What You Can Do To Prevent Them

In order to maximize resources, it is vital for companies to effectively handle and prevent workplace injuries. Not only are workplace injuries costly to the company, but they contribute to a decline in workplace productivity. Check out these three common workplace injuries and what you can do to prevent them. 1. Chemical Burns Chemical burns occur when a worker's skin is exposed to harsh chemicals. The chemicals literally penetrate the skin, causing irritation to occur. Read More