Archive for June 13, 2018

Differences Between 3 Main Types of LED Signs

Written by Fred on . Posted in Electronic signs, Led display sign, Led signs for businesses

Part of owning a successful business is being able to keep up with the competition. If you’re wanting people to be able to easily find your business, you know that signage is critically important. Considering that, you’ll want to know that 2019 estimates predict LEDs will obtain a 53% penetration of the global lighting market. With that in mind, it makes sense to want to know more about which types of LED signs are right for your company.

Differences Between Popular Types of LED Business Signs

Statistics show that 35% of people would have never discovered a business had it not been for their signage. With that in mind, it’s understandable to wonder which type of LED signs are right for your business. Considering that, here are three popular types of LED signs for businesses.

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Big Things Come In Small Packages How Salt Particles Can Deprive Your Turbine Of Its Potential

Written by Fred on . Posted in Gas turbine, Inspections, Turbine support

How do you maintain the highest possible standard? You request an inspection.

It’s why the top businesses of today maintain a consistent quality across thousands of workers and millions of customers. It’s why you return home with a light heart and trust that your stove, shower and lights will work as intended. An inspection is designed to make sure everything is up to par and, if not, how to get you the resources you need. The borescope inspection is no different. Your turbines need to be maintained on a regular basis to reduce the risk of malfunction, prevent you from losing money and keep business moving as usual.

Here’s what you should know when applying for a turbine support inspection.

The United States is a world leader in production. It was deemed the largest producer of natural gas around the world back in 2016, extracting a staggering 750 billion cubic meters of natural gas and keeping it the second most heavily consumed energy source. Borescope

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