DollyResearching and finding the best equipment to purchase for your employees to use can be time consuming and frustrating. When it comes down to it, what you really need is a supply of strong dollies that have been specially created and tested to transport the heaviest loads with ease and safety. Some companies that require employees to transport items have a difficult time deciding whether or not a dolly is worth the investment. Here are just some of the hard jobs that a strong dolly could quickly transform to make them easier and more efficient.

Heavy Appliance Delivery

Furniture warehouses often offer delivery service to homes and businesses, but effectively delivering product cannot be done with a cheap department store dolly. Rather, a much more durable and dependable piece of equipment is needed to efficiently move the furniture or appliances from place to place without causing damage to the product or injury to the worker. A strong dolly achieves both of these objectives.

Convenience Store Delivery

Convenience stores have been created to serve a large amount of customers daily, and new inventory is almost constantly coming in. Delivery drivers who are responsible for bringing in new inventory are required to work quickly to deliver all of the goods to the appropriate stores within the term of their shift. A strong dolly is easy to use and fast to set up and it also provides optimal transport and safety meaning an employee can get a lot of work done in a reduced period of time.

Long-Distance Trucker

Big rigs carry an incredible amount of product and have to be quickly loaded and unloaded in order to make it from destination to destination on time. Late deliveries resulting from inefficient transport of goods may result in lost resources including time and money. A trucker who has access to a strong dolly can quickly deposit deliveries and load them as well to provide optimal service for both his customer and employer.

Any company that hires people to move and transport goods can benefit from having a durable dolly on hand. Investing in this high quality equipment can protect your employees, reduce wasted time, and improve operating activities through more efficient transport.

Power ToolsWhen you are in need of power tools, or powerful machines to do a job as quickly as possible, you will begin to find that your wallet is crying. It is balling and sitting in the corner distraught over the idea of purchasing this amazing piece of equipment. Thing is though, you cannot let your wallet rule over your life, and sometimes it’s alright if it cries; but it’s making the pain go as quickly as possible.
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Now, when it comes to power tools you will find that it isn’t the actual mechanism that is expensive, but rather all of the attachments that are available for it. You can have an almost infinite amount of accessories for your power tools, and all of these accessories do a specific job. That is why we recommend that you keep your mind focused while you are shopping, because space is finite, but also, do it for your wallet.

FridgeIf you have a new refrigerator, need to replace a damaged water line or you are in the process of moving, you will need to hook up your refrigerator ice maker, which means you’ll need to connect a plastic or copper tubing to a cold water line so that water will be able to travel from the water connection to your refrigerator.  Plastic tubing is preferred as it’s more forgiving, less expensive and easier to install than copper.   Most of the time and especially if you are dealing with a brand new refrigerator, the ice maker kit that came with the refrigerator will provide all the fittings you would need to connect your refrigerator’s ice maker to the plastic water tubing.

To begin with, it may be necessary to cut your tubing to an appropriate length.  You want to make sure you leave enough length of tubing so that when your refrigerator is pulled all the way out from the wall, there will still be enough tubing left to allow no stress on the line as you maneuver around it.  Often, people will simply roll up the excess, and once the job is finished and you push the refrigerator against the wall, the tubing roll will press against the wall, requiring almost no space, and you’ll have plenty of extra tubing, should you ever need it.

If your refrigerator is relatively new, it should have its own compression fitting built into the unit, so all you will need to do is connect the tubing, but if yours does not simply install the fitting that comes with the ice maker kit.  Wrap the connection with pipe thread and make sure the fitting is tight.  On the opposite end of the fitting is a compression fitting, which connects the plastic tubing to the refrigerator.

You should find a compression nut and ring located inside the ice maker kit.  Slide the threaded compression nut and ring onto the plastic tubing.  The nut threads should be facing the end of the tubing.  Use a plastic ring for plastic tubing, and brass rings for copper pipe because a brass ring can cut right through plastic tubing, ruining it.  You’ll find plastic inserts in the ice maker kit.  You just slide one into the end of the plastic tubing.  This will prevent leaks by ensuring that the plastic tubing doesn’t bend or collapse when compressed.

Finally, all you have to do is to insert the tubing into the compression fitting, making sure that the tubing goes all the way in.  To initially tighten, turn the nut onto the threads by hand, and then further tighten by using an adjustable wrench.  Then, turn the water on and check for proper connections or leaks, and you’ll be set!

Enertainment SystemInstalling an entertainment system has the potential to be a complicated and frustrating process if you do not have the necessary tools. While many entertainment stands come with the basic tools required to put together the pieces, there are options that are easier and more efficient to use to get a better result.

A drill and bit set is essential, especially if you are attaching equipment to the walls or intend to customize the holes in an entertainment system. This pair lets you create a new, clean hole wherever you need one without stress or excess pressure. Keep a set of screwdrivers and a hammer with you to fill in the holes with screws if needed. If you are going to use the holes to run cables through, consider using a pair of pliers with a tip that fits through the holes to pull through the cables.

Zip ties are a necessary tool to use to organize the cables of your entertainment system and keep them tidy. Use multiple colors so that it is easy to tell which cables are used for each piece of equipment. Alternatively, use strips of hook and loop straps that are easier to change or remove quickly whenever you need to change your wires or cables.

Drills, bits, screwdrivers, hammers and wire organization items are very important tools to keep on hand when installing your entertainment system. Get everything ready before you start to make the process move much more smoothly, and keep a record of what you intend to use holes for and what different colors mean for ease of use later.

ToolsBefore you think about working on your own car, you’re going to want to make sure that you have the proper tools. If your tool box is equipped with the necessary tools, it’s going to make car repairs a lot easier.

Depending on your budget, you can spend anywhere from as little as $50 to as much as $10,000 for a complete set. The costs, however, are entirely up to you. On average, the cost of your tool set will greatly depend on the brand and the type of tool.

Picking Out the Right Tool

Unless you’re going to be working on a fleet of cars, there’s no reason to buy screwdrivers that are going to set you back a few thousand dollars. However, you don’t want to be too cheap either. As we all know in life, if you’re going to be too cheap with something, then you’re not going to see it last long.

You’re going to want to make sure that you’re buying a kit that has great reviews online, a great warranty and a brand that has a great reputation online. Generally, if you do a quick search for a particular tool set, you should be able to find out more information about it from a customer’s point of view.

With that being said, if you’re getting started with auto repairs, keep your eyes peeled for starter kits that include most of the necessary tools for mechanics. These sets will often include anywhere from 200 to as much as 400 pieces, and these sets will be very affordable, only setting you back a few hundred dollars.



What Comes in the Sets?

Most basic sets are going to come with sockets, quick release ratchets, combination wrenches, hex keys and a bit set. Aside from this, most quality brands will also include a durable toolbox with drawers that can easily store everything.

What Tools Should I Have?

For any rookie getting into auto repair, there are a few things that you should have in your toolbox, including:


  • Screwdrivers
  • Hex keys
  • Open-end wrenches
  • Sockets
  • A torque, crescent and oil filter wrench
  • Pliers
  • Work light
  • Pliers
  • Impact gun
  • Multimeter
  • Crimping tool
  • Circuit tester

Aside from these tools, don’t forget the safety gear like eye protection, gloves, an oil spill collector and a fire extinguisher.

As you grow old with fixing cars, your tool box is slowly going to build up with quality tools. By adding just the basics mentioned above, you’re going to be step ahead many rookie mechanics who work out of their garage.

Finish SamplesOnce you settle on hardwood floors for your home, you need to choose the finish. Two of the more popular choices are high gloss and satin. Each offers a different appearance and feeling. While a high gloss finish delivers more sheen, satin generates significantly less reflection, falling somewhere above matte finish for sheen levels.

High gloss finish is a fine choice for rooms in which you want to see a significant level of detail. High gloss defines wood grain and appears elegant, making it ideal for libraries, dining rooms and sun rooms. This is the finish you often see on floors in museums or art galleries, among other public buildings that are maintained regularly by custodians. It is not a good choice for high-traffic areas as it tends to wear easily, requiring more upkeep than most people have time to perform. That being the case, it is not well suited to hallways or often-used living rooms. If you prefer less sheen, consider a satin finish. This low-luster finish conceals small imperfections, including scratches and scuff marks. Since it starts with less gloss to begin with, a satin finish tends to look new longer. If you have children or pets, this is likely to be a good choice for your home.

Although the choice of finish for hardwood flooring is aesthetic in part, it is also contingent on usage. Consider your choice based on the above, and you are not likely to be disappointed. Remember that there is no difference in curing and drying times between levels of gloss, nor is there a difference in actual durability.

AccuflowThe professionalism and knowledge of the friendly customer service representatives bring more than 100 years combined experience together to create the easiest shopping experience for every customer.  The staff at Finger Lakes Extrusion know tubing extrusion from the inside out, and provide the ultimate in efficient, quality production.

When you call the people at Finger Lakes Extrusion Inc, you can be assured that they will answer every call personally, and you won’t have to listen to a bunch of prolonged recorded announcements, or be told that you are the umpteenth caller in line and that your call will be taken in the order it was received.  You won’t have to navigate a complex and frustrating phone system where, if you happen to press the wrong button, you have to call back and start the process all over again.  You’ll be speaking with a live human being, right from the very start of your call, and it will be a professionally trained staff member whose knowledge base will equip him or her to direct you to the exact location that will best serve your needs.

The  ISO 9001:2008 quality system provides for consistency of product uniformity, day after day, lot after lot, and they provide customized packaging in a manner that will save their customers on money and time, for a fully streamlined process or application.  The relations they sustain with their customers are proof of their commitment to customer needs.  They have a huge warehouse which ensures that every product shown on the standard catalog, once ordered, will receive prompt attention and will go out whenever you need it.

Girlles Wooden vent grilles and return air filter grilles are known as creative replacements for stamped metal air conditioning grilles. These intricate wooden pattern grilles can direct air flow for better comfort and can also help add finishing touches to your home’s styling. But don’t think that these grilles will only work as best replacements for stamped metal air conditioning grilles. Pattern cut grilles are highly-functional and elegant items that can be used in different parts of your home, for different home improvement projects. With a little creativity and tested ideas, you can use these grilles to transform the looks of your home.

Update the looks of your armoire or entertainment center

If you think that your cabinet panels and covers for armoire are no longer exciting, then you can replace these using pattern cut wood grille. Simply take out the old-looking covers and install new decorative wooden grilles to your cabinets and armoire. You can also bring the redecoration to your home entertainment speakers. You can also update the looks of your speaker by ordering a custom cover for the speakers that can match the new covers of the armoire and entertainment center.

Pattern cut wooden grilles as window inlays or window covers

Instead of simply using glass for window inlays and privacy windows you can also use pattern cut wooden grilles. These grilles will not just provide privacy but can also heighten the aesthetic appeal of your home. Pattern cut wooden grilles can also be used on windows if you want to add more details. Instead of using a metal grille as a protective layer, you can try wooden grilles for better styling.

Use as decorative accents inside your bedroom

You can use decorative wood panels inside your bedroom and place these on the walls for a creative effect. These panels can be customized and painted to get the desired effect.

Pattern cut grilles made from wood are creative solutions for homeowners who want to update the looks of their homes. Since these panels can be customized from the patterns to size, you can easily use these products in different parts of your home for multiple home improvement projects.

HVACHVAC (Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning) systems are needed now more than ever in an increasingly competitive industrial world. One of the most important components of a modern HVAC installation is its control system. According to the University of Berkley, HVAC controls are vital for the maintenance of temperature, air quality, energy use, and manpower costs. Further, they aid in the safe operation of the plant, and can monitor system performance and alert operators to malfunctions.

The proper and safe regulation of heat, coolant, and even air quality can be the difference between a successful and failed facility. Pressure control switches are vital, as HVAC systems are designed to withstand extreme conditions, so they would keep pumping out the heat, or the cold, no matter what, unless regulated. Pressure controls provide that regulation.

Pressure controls can be as simple as an on/off switch or a more nuanced control and blend of non-combustible gasses.When wiring HVAC systems for pressure switch controls it is vitally important to be sure all the electrical components are contained, wires included. OSHA’s regulations regarding duct wiring and connections assume that even temporary wiring installments will pass the requirements for permanent installation.

Although it may seem an unnecessary expense to sleeve your conductors and connectors in plastic tubing, OHSA maintains that lengths of no more than 15 feet may be used, and must be secured every 4.5 feet to avoid fire hazards. Even though your HVAC system is flowing non-combustibles, the assumption is that as a manufacturer, your facility is home to one or more combustible gasses or liquids. Should they spill or escape, it could turn your HVAC system into a fire hazard, and one that actually could conduct flame to every part of your facility.

Hardwood flooring has a well-deserved reputation as a premier flooring material, but conventional hardwood planks can pose a number of installation challenges and are prone to unexpected warping. Engineered hardwood provides all the beauty and natural feel of fine wooden planks with a specially constructed wooden core that offers improved durability and easy installation.

Durable Cross-Ply Construction

FlooringEngineered hardwood planks are surfaced with fine, pre-finished woods, with a core made up of several layers of wood that have been pressed and glued together. Each layer is set at cross-ply to the one above and below, dramatically increasing dimensional stability. This specialized construction also allows engineered hardwood planks to resist warping caused by seasonal humidity changes, unlike solid wooden flooring that is prone to unpredictable expansion and contraction.

Pre-Milled Edges and Smart Construction for Easy Installation

Engineered planks come tongue-and groove-milled on all sides for straightforward, simple installation. Specialized construction encourages expansion toward the tongue, which helps the installer better gauge whether less or more expansion space is required near awkward fixtures like door jams and fireplaces. Engineered flooring can also be installed where higher relative humidity prevents the use of conventional solid wood planks, such as below-ground-level areas.

An Environmentally-Conscious Choice

Because engineered hardwood floors use only a top layer of the finest wood, they are much more environmentally friendly. Many of the woods that are most popular for their attractive veneers are from slow-growing trees that cannot be quickly replaced. By using fast-growing trees for core layers, and using the finest wood for the top layer only, construction of these planks allows for more efficient, economical use of hardwood materials, and a much higher tree yield. You should be able to find engineered floors that utilize any of the fine woods that are familiar, as well as many exotic options, including:

  • Acacia
  • White oak
  • Natural walnut
  • Birch
  • Maple
  • Black cherry

When you choose engineered hardwood flooring you will have no shortage of options, and you will be able to enjoy a real hardwood floor that combines the best qualities of solid wood with the durability of engineered design.