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Buyer’s Guide For Industrial Safety Products Part 1 – The Basics

There isn’t an industry in operation today that shouldn’t be concerned about safety. Since employees are the most valuable resource for any business, be it your favorite little corner coffee shop or on board huge maritime vessels transporting highly volatile chemicals, precautionary measures are never to be taken lightly. Continue reading Buyer’s Guide For Industrial Safety Products Part 1 – The Basics

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Why Regular Trash Bags Aren’t Suitable For Industrial Waste

Industrial-type waste probably isn’t something you have lying around the house. Nowhere in the family refuse bin would you typically find shards of metal, pipes, and remnants of conveyor belts mixed in with last night’s dinner scraps and piles of unwanted credit card offers.

While those bright white sacks that line your garbage can are fine for general household refuse, they’re not built for the kind of waste that most industrial environments produce, Continue reading Why Regular Trash Bags Aren’t Suitable For Industrial Waste

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Red Light, Green Light: Using Traffic Light Temperature Labels to Prevent Burns

Surprises come in two varieties. There are the good ones, like expected birthday parties and bonuses on our paychecks, or finding a crumpled up, forgotten about $20 bill in a pair of jeans pulled fresh from the dryer.

Expensive car repairs and impromptu doctor visits are more of the type that we’d probably like to avoid if at all possible. Add to that list the excruciating pain felt when grabbing a hot pot or pan that’s been sitting on a stove burner. Continue reading Red Light, Green Light: Using Traffic Light Temperature Labels to Prevent Burns

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Protecting Your Glass With Anti-Shatter Film

The glass windows that surround brick-and-mortar shops allow passersby to sneak a peek into the inventory of a business. Those same windows also allow the sun’s warming rays to create all-natural mood lighting which can help create a sense of joy, all while brightening the spirits of employees and customers alike.

But those same windows can be areas of opportunity for thieves, Continue reading Protecting Your Glass With Anti-Shatter Film

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How Pipe Tapes Can Protect Your Business

Practically all companies around the world are powered by an infrastructure built around delicate electronic components, highly sophisticated technological information systems, and computer software that allows system management and monitoring at the touch of a button.

But there’s something else that’s just as important, Continue reading How Pipe Tapes Can Protect Your Business

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10 types of tapes that enhances your safety.. and their Uses

To those not directly involved with the industrial sector, the thought of tapes as a means of safety may not even come as an afterthought. But to the men and women that earn their living employed in the warehouses, marine vessels, and other such settings around the world, tape can make all the difference. Continue reading 10 types of tapes that enhances your safety.. and their Uses

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Using Metal Detectors for Fun & Safety

The act of metal detecting is curious and quaint. For some, it’s a fun way to spend an afternoon in the backyard unearthing treasures buried from eras gone by. But metal detectors can also prevent a night of music and festivities for concertgoers from coming to a screeching halt with catastrophic consequences. Continue reading Using Metal Detectors for Fun & Safety

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Anatomy of a Great Pair of Night Vision Binoculars

Nighttime can be the right time for trying to sneak a peek at a host of fantastic things. Astronomers will attest to the celestial delicacies that hang high in the sky and many sportsmen elect to hunt their prey under the cover of dark. If bird watching is more your thing, then you already know that certain fowl are nocturnal and simply can’t be viewed during the day.

Before you head off to partake in your hobby of choice, make sure that when packing your equipment that you bring along the right tools for the job. In the case of nighttime viewing, regular binoculars aren’t going to cut it; you’ll need something more fitting for the moment. Continue reading Anatomy of a Great Pair of Night Vision Binoculars

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A History of Hook and Loop Fasteners (and 20 Great Uses!)

Learn everything you’ve ever wanted about your favorite adhesive.

It’s been said that inspiration is everywhere and that it strikes when we least expect it.

Velcro Inventor – George De Mestral

That was the case for Swiss engineer George de Mestral, who noticed that after a warm summer trek through the woods with his dog, burdock seeds had become attached to both his clothing and the fur of his pet. Ever curious as to the exact mechanism behind the seeds latching on and refusing to let go, his decision to further study the idea would build the foundation for what we now know as VELCRO®. Continue reading A History of Hook and Loop Fasteners (and 20 Great Uses!)