Archive for February, 2019

Making Use of a Sound Based Verified Alarm System

Written by Fred on . Posted in Commercial access control system southern new jersey, Managed access control system, Philadelphia commercial security

Commercial building owners and business managers take security very seriously. There are many items or pieces of information that a burglar would want to steal from an office building, bank, or similar site, such as laptops, cash, financial reports, and more. Sometimes, these intruders are business competitors who are looking for an under-handed way to get an advantage over their competitors, and may break in to photograph or steal documents. Other times, a building may suffer a break-in when burglars want to steal cash or valuable items such as jewelry, handguns, or even antiques. Retailers, banks, office buildings, and more should have airtight security, but sometimes, alarm systems may set off a false alarm, and this can waste time and money. What might other business security solutions look like? A fine alarm system may be sound-based

The Processes of Crumbling and Tumbling

Written by Fred on . Posted in Screening conveyor, Surge, Vibratory screeners

Crumblers and tumblers are able to provide a various number of services, one of which includes cleaning and polishing of any number of products. Sometimes products or materials are separated into different grades and then further processed to intermediate and finished products.

Categories of Tumbling
Tumblers are crumblers work under two key categories: dry tumbling and wet tumbling. No matter which category it falls under, crumbling and tumbling can take up to a full day. It is important to make sure that the proper process is set up because the correct machine or tumbling drum needs to be chosen from the begin. Many details need to be met in order to make sure that crumblers and the crumbling process work as they should.

Machine Requirements of Crumbling and Tumbling

Dry tumbling most often requires the use of a horizontal octagonal barrel. This barrel sometimes has a metal skin with a hardwood lining, although it can

How Recycled Plastic Timbers Make for Great Landscaping

Written by Fred on . Posted in Bedford products, Fence repair costs, Structural plastic beams

Landscaping is the general act of modifying terrain to make it more useful and pleasant to look at, and it can be done for both commercial and private grounds. A homeowner can invest in their landscaped front or back lawn and generate a high ROI, or return on investment, and this makes landscaping a smart move. A homeowner can invest as little as 5% of the property’s value into landscaping an expect an ROI as high as 150% if the landscaping was done well. And not only will the current homeowner make use of the landscaping, but it also makes the home sell faster and for a higher price on the real estate market. Gardens, trees, grills, swimming pools, and even a wooden fence constitute landscaping in the suburbs.

Commercial landscaping is also a major arena, and recycled plastic wood can be one of many materials used for this. A plastic playground can have plastic timbers used to make buildings or swing set frames, and plastic lumber prices are often friendly enough to make this eco

How DAF Systems Can be Used to Remove Algae Blooms From the Water Supply

Written by Fred on . Posted in Belt filter, Dissolved air flotation manufacturers, Rotary drum filtration

DAF or dissolved air flotation systems are used in a wide range of industries to remove suspended solids and contaminants from water and other liquids. Their most significant applications are in the treatment of wastewater to remove effluents and in the treatment of drinking water. Another important use for DAF water treatment equipment is to prevent and remove algae blooms, which are potentially toxic and hazardous, from the water supply.

What is Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF)?
Dissolved Air Flotation systems are used to treat wastewater by removing suspended materials. It works to remove solids as well as oil from water. Air is dissolved into the water or liquid to be treated under pressure, and released at atmospheric pressure in a floatation tank. The air bubbles that form when the air is released attach themselves to the matter to be removed and float it to