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Key Considerations When Specifying Custom Solenoids

You may be wondering about the key factors that you should emphasise as you develop a list of specifications for the custom-made solenoids that you would like to order. Read on and discover the important elements that those new solenoids should be based upon. Life Expectancy Every solenoid, like any other component of a machine, has a defined service life. Routine maintenance of equipment therefore involves replacing all those components that have reached the end of their service life. Read More 

5 Tips for Setting Up Fire Safety Training at Your School or Child Care

Fire safety is essential, and if you run a private school or daycare, you may want to arrange a fire safety training course to ensure everyone at your facility is safe. Most fire safety training specialists work with a range of businesses and other organisations, and they can come to your facility and tailor a program to your needs. However, you may want to keep the following tips in mind when arranging the safety training and for once it is over. Read More 

Modern Air Handling Units for Indoor Pools

That musty smell you might associate with an indoor swimming pool from your childhood has – thankfully – become a thing of the past in many parts of the country. This is because private swimming pool owners and leisure centre managers alike have invested in ever more up-to-date air handling units for their facilities. Of course, an entire swimming pool complex can be exposed to excessive amounts of moisture in the air from evaporating pool water, splashes, spray and the use of showers. Read More 

5 Solutions You Should Try Before Calling Hydraulic Repair Technicians

Some hydraulic pump defects can be fixed without calling a technician for help. This article discusses some easy solutions that you can try in case the hydraulic pump of your equipment begins making excessive noise. Clean the Strainer Hydraulic pumps can start vibrating excessively or making a lot of noise when the suction strainer on the inlet side is dirty. You should therefore check this strainer and confirm whether it is clean or dirty. Read More 

Hydraulic Hose Fitting Replacement Procedure

Most hydraulic hose fittings are made to handle pressure from different types of abuse and tolerate heavy work. They are designed to serve and last for a long time but a time comes when they succumb to such pressures. This is the case when fittings break down and such a situation calls for immediate replacement to avoid more damage to the equipment and restore its normal functioning. Hydraulic fitting replacement is not a complicated affair that needs any mechanical or plumbing skills. Read More