4 Hazards When Repairing Stainless Steel Tubes

 It is important for you to know the major risks that can occur when you embark on a stainless steel tube repair project. This ensures that you can take necessary precautions to forestall such risks. Below are some of the risks that hobbyists should guard against when performing stainless tube repairs. Hydrogen Damage You should do everything possible to keep hydrogen away during the welding process. For example, make sure that your stainless steel tube isn't moist. Read More 

Why Your Operation Could Benefit From CNC Machines

If you are responsible for equipment in a manufacturing operation that is constantly growing, you'll be looking for new machines that can help you to get a leg up on your competition. You may be looking at 3-D printing and wonder whether you can take advantage of this emerging technology to create a large number of parts with high efficiency. To help you achieve this, perhaps you should consider introducing some CNC machining, which are ideal in this situation. Read More 

How To Install Decals on Your Pontoon Like A Pro

Have you just bought your first pontoon? Below are some useful tips that can enable you to personalise it by applying decals like a pro. Select the day carefully You should ensure you pick a warm and calm day when there is no wind. This is important because you are likely to have a harder time applying the decals if strong winds are blowing. Cold days also make it harder for the pontoon to dry after you have cleaned it before the application. Read More 

House Restoration: The Benefits of Hiring a Structural Engineer

If you are planning to buy and renovate an old property, you may not have considered using the services offered by a structural engineer. While structural engineers are always involved in the construction of new buildings, they are sometimes overlooked when it comes to buying and renovating older properties. Below is a guide to the benefits of employing a structural engineer. Assessment  Before you put in an offer for an old property which is in need of repair, you should contact a structural engineer who will be able to assess the building. Read More 

Steps to Follow When Applying Silicone Sealant to Your Bathroom Wall and Floor Tiles

With all the splish-splash that takes place in the bathroom, the grout used to fill the gaps between wall and floor tiles is normally waterproofed. Various sealants including silicone sealant and grout protector can be used to prevent water from leaking into the tiling through the grout. These sealants are usually applied when bathroom tiling is being installed. Over time, however, the grout tends to lose its ability to prevent water leakage due to normal deterioration of the sealant. Read More