3 Reasons To Switch To PCD Tools

Diamond is one of the most durable materials in nature. It's hardness and durability have led to diamonds being used in the manufacturing of various industrial tools. Since natural diamond is expensive and difficult to come by, synthetic diamond materials are used in the production of cutting tools. One of the most common types of synthetic diamond used in tool design is polycrystalline diamond (PCD). Making the switch to PCD tools in your shop can provide you with many benefits that will improve productivity and efficiency over time. [Read More]

Features That Can Help With Replacement Tractor Seats

If you have an older tractor that's been put through a lot, it's seat may not be in the best condition. That isn't good if you rely on your tractor a lot to complete farming activities. If you're planning to buy a replacement to deal with this problem, here are some features that can help you end up with a great part investment. Durable Covering Material Tractor seats will have multiple layers. [Read More]

Tips When Buying Silicone Mixing Equipment From Suppliers

Mixing silicone materials for an industrial purpose is possible thanks to silicone mixing equipment. These mixers are inherently strong and capable of manipulating silicone in a strategic way. If you're looking to buy one from a supplier, take these precautions. Make Sure Design Experience Is Provided If Going with a Custom Model If you have pretty distinct mixing needs for silicone, then you may need to have your silicone mixer completely customized. [Read More]

Improving The Health Of Welders In Your Shop With Fume Extraction Systems

Welding fumes have long been known to cause health issues over long-term exposure, and while ventilation in your shop can help, fume extraction and filtering are the best ways to clean the air and protect welders in the shop. A welding fume extraction system can be small and portable so it can be moved around the shop, or you can install permanent systems at welding stations if you are operating a dedicated welding shop. [Read More]