Is Salmonella Still A Problem?

25 January 2018
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Salmonella, the foodborne bacteria that cause salmonellosis infections, is most often associated in people's minds with raw eggs and undercooked chicken. It's not often associated with other foods, and that's a problem. Salmonella in chicken and eggs has not been as prevalent in the news because both industries and individual consumers took action to reduce the risk of exposure. However, salmonella remains a concern in those foods as well as in many others, such as cucumbers, which were the origin of a 2013 outbreak. Read More 

The Many Forms Of Steel Fabrication, And How You Could Use Each

15 December 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Steel is a product that is used worldwide, and comes in dozens of forms and alloy mixtures. In fact, those who are looking for a product for a specific purpose often find that steel is the material they choose to fill their needs. If you are at a crossroads for a product that is strong, durable, and long-lasting, maybe it is time to consider steel. Here are some forms of steel fabrication, and how you could use each of them. Read More 

Working With Concrete Products When Temperature Drops

20 October 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Winter can be a great time for small construction projects you'd like to get done on your property. There are usually less people waiting on lines at lumber and concrete supply shops and you don't have to work in sweltering heat. However, you may question whether concrete projects turn out well if they're done when the temperature drops low. They can, if these suggestions are utilized. Warm Earth First A good way to ruin your concrete project, even if it looks okay initially, is to pour concrete products on ground that is frozen. Read More 

Deicing Alternatives To Rock Salt

18 September 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

There as been a growing number of green deicer liquids available on the market. Based on the current trends, it is likely that deicer liquids based on rock salt will not be legal in a few years. Sodium chloride has been used traditionally because it is cheap. However, it is also corrosive to metal and concrete and damaging to plants. Potassium chloride is even more harmful to plants. There are fortunately other options that are available. Read More 

Benefits Of Recylcing Concrete

21 August 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you run your own construction or excavation business, then you may run into a situation where you need to get rid of large piles of broken concrete so a new build can begin. A concrete disposal dumpster is often required for this. However, you have the option of going through a concrete salvage company that will recycle the concrete for you. Keep reading to learn about the benefits of this. Read More