Construction Industry

Raised Flooring

Remember back in the day when you first got your desk top computer and then had what seemed like thousands of wires and cables coming out from it to be either plugged back in somewhere else or into an outlet? Remember thinking how the heck you’d hide all of those wires that were unsightly and ruined the look of the

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Underfloor Air Distribution

In our houses, we have vents in the floors and ceilings that shoot out cool or warm air depending on what season it is and whether we have the furnace or the air conditioner on. Because the vents are in a set position on the floor, it makes furniture rearrangement that much more tricky and doesn’t allow for you to

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River Stone Crusher

In the construction industries, different materials are of great significance in the building of structures, such as roads and buildings. Among some of these elements are aggregate, sand, gravel, and others. River stones and stones from the mountains are commonly crushed to give these more fine materials such as the ones mentioned above. For example, finer crushed gravels will yield

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About The Vibrating Screen

Separating materials such as in the mineral processing or construction industries is an essential step in ensuring that only the right end material comes out. The process of separating or screening through is done by a vibrating screen or a vibrating feeder. These sieves apply the mechanism of vibrations where items and material are divided into grades depending on their

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Ways to Maintain Safety of Hearing in Construction Jobs

Noise pollution is one of the commonest pollution nowadays. Exposure to loud noise is hazardous to health. Prolonged exposure to noise emitting sources can even lead to permanent deprivation of auditory functions. Loud noise also disturbs the mental well-being of a person, thereby debilitating the normal functioning of his brain.

Industries are one of the major sources of noise production.

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Construction Bonding

To provide an expert’s view on construction payment and performance surety bonds, I sat down with Ellen Neylan, the owner of Surety Bond Associates, a WBE surety bond agency and consulting firm that provides specialty surety services to small, minority women and veteran owned contractors.

Often projects presented accompany a bonding requirement – too many times this is seen as

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