Protect Your Students: Why To Install Sneeze Shields In The Classroom

25 October 2021
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you work in a school setting, you know how important health and safety are, especially during the current pandemic. Cloth face masks and proper handwashing are two methods for protecting your students. However, there's another step you can take to improve health and safety standards in the classroom: installing sneeze shields. These shields are clear plastic shields that can be used as partitions around desks and workspaces. If you haven't incorporated the use of sneeze shields in your classrooms, read the list provided below. Read More 

4 Tips to Accentuate Your Perspex Signage for a Professional and Corporate Finish

9 August 2021
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Perspex, also known as acrylic or Plexiglas, is among the popular materials for designing corporate signage. You'll often see this material in hotels, advertising companies, and other high-end offices. It provides a classic, sophisticated and professional look every business owner will appreciate and adore. While the level of sophistication this material offers might make it look costly, it's pretty affordable. It's lovely on its own, but giving it some touches can achieve an impressive sight to behold. Read More 

3 Things You Need to Know Before Purchasing an Industrial Water Tank

24 May 2021
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Buying an industrial water tank is a long-term investment. These tanks vary in size, cost, quality and brand. As such, you need to weigh the available options to identify one that meets your needs sufficiently. If you are in the market for this type of reservoir, the following information will help you make an informed choice:  1. Uses of Industrial Water Tanks The intended use of the tank influences the choice. Read More 

3 Reasons to Use Formatubes on Underground Concrete Work

5 April 2021
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Formatubes don't just help you build concrete columns above ground; they are also a useful tool if you're working under the ground. How can these formwork tubes help? 1. Avoid Soil Collapse If you're creating piles or drilling into the ground, then you might have to find a way to manage soil collapse. The holes you create won't necessarily stay in place and in shape for long. This can be a particular problem if you're working with dry and soft soil. Read More