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Planning A Party? 3 Reasons You Should Consider Renting Toilet Trailers

Posted by on Nov 12, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you plan a big event, your primary concern probably revolves around ensuring the comfort of your guests. Unfortunately, if you are planning a party in an area that doesn’t have on-site restrooms, you might find yourself trying to figure out what to do. Fortunately, you can rent portable toilet trailers and have them delivered right to your event. Here are three more reasons you should consider toilet trailers for your party, and the difference that they can make.  1: Party Aesthetics After spending hours choosing the perfect...

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Water Delivery Services: Improving Oil Production With Water Injections

Posted by on Nov 11, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

According to the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), Canadians consumed 1.5 million barrels of oil every day in 2013. Instead of relying on imports, Canadians have begun to use their resources to harvest oil found on their land. In fact, there are an estimated 173 billion barrels of oil hidden in Canada’s oil reserves. To improve oil production and productivity, a method known as water injection is utilized in oilfields. This article will explore what water injections are. Basics of...

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The Ins And Outs Of Cleaning A Concrete Mixer

Posted by on Nov 10, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Having a concrete mixer, like one at Carmix Canada Limited, on hand makes a wide variety of jobs much easier to handle. At the end of the day, however, the final task always involves cleaning out the mixer so it remains ready for future use. If you haven’t cleaned a concrete mixer before or aren’t sure about the right way to do it, take the following as a relatively simple and straightforward guide. Getting Rid of Old, Dried Concrete To get rid of old concrete, you’ll first want to turn the mixer on and add two to three...

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Pump Skid Custom Fabrication Musts

Posted by on Nov 7, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Generic skids don’t always get the job done. Sometimes you need a customized option to take care of your equipment. Surprisingly, made-to-order skids don’t require much of you. But be sure that your manufacturer is aware of your specs so you can always count on your skids to make it through the toughest of jobs. Know the Load If you don’t have professionally drawn up designs, you’ll need to tell your manufacturer about the load you expect your metal skid will have to withstand. Structural integrity is of utmost...

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Two Simple, But Essential, Maintenance Tasks For Your Home’s Propane Tank

Posted by on Nov 7, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Propane gas is a popular alternative to using fuel oil for heating homes. Not only is propane less expensive than oil, gas furnaces are also cleaner burning and require less maintenance than oil-fired furnaces. However, that does not mean that a homeowner should completely ignore their home’s propane system. In fact, there are a couple of simple, but essential, tasks to keep in mind when you have a propane tank on your property. Here is what you need to know: Protect the nameplate  Propane tanks, as well as all other pressurized...

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3 Important Boating Lessons You Can Learn From Hulk Hogan

Posted by on Nov 6, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Are you new to the boating world and looking for a little advice? What better role model could there be than former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan? The Hulk is a well-known boat enthusiast and was elected the 2013 super marshal for the Super Boat National Championships. Read on for 3 boating lessons you can learn from the Hulk himself.  Don’t Take Your Radiator Cap Off When The Engine Is Hot In 2013, Hulk Hogan was enjoying a ride in his speedboat when the boat began to overheat. Seeking an easy fix, the Hulk thought it’d...

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5 Ways To Control Manure Odor In Livestock Operations

Posted by on Nov 6, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When manure odor is allowed to accumulate unchecked, a beef cattle or other livestock operation can become an unsafe and unpleasant work environment. Explore these 5 tips to control manure odor and make your operation more endurable. 1. Alter grain components to include high-moisture corn. Starches are essential components of any grain feeding regimen, but beef cattle and other animals produce more odorous manure when undigested starches pass through their system. One way to combat this is through high-moisture corn. Corn with higher moisture...

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Are Your Windows Letting The Cold Seep Through? Tips To Combat The Chill

Posted by on Nov 6, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

When you live in a cold weather climate, one of the most important things that you can do is to prevent drafts is to seal your windows thoroughly. There are many ways to block drafts and cold temperatures from passing through your windows. With the right approach, you can keep your home warm all winter without having to install new glass. Here are some tips to help you seal your windows and keep the heat in. Weather Stripping One of the most cost-effective methods for sealing gaps in window frames is weather stripping. It is available in...

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Machine Shop Equipment: Buying Vs. Leasing

Posted by on Nov 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Have you been considering upgrading the equipment in your machine shop? Being a small business owner in a difficult economic climate can make decisions about growing your business difficult to make. If you’ve begun to see some profits, you may want to put some money back into your business by investing in the latest and greatest new equipment. If you have a dire need, perhaps leasing might be a sound alternative to buying. In this article, learn what you need to know about equipment purchasing versus buying. Leasing Equipment There are...

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Five Ways Professional MIG Welders Ensure Safe Practices And Satisfactory Results

Posted by on Nov 3, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

MIG welding is a term for metal inert gas welding, a type of fabrication that involves the welding of various types of metals. Professional welders do all they can to ensure safe practices and produce quality results on the job. This includes everything from safety inspections before each operation, to prepping the metals before welding them. The following five measures more info on important aspects in welding:  #1. Professional MIG Welders Inspect Equipment for Damage Before Each Use Welders must practice safety precautions in their...

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Trash To Treasure: 5 Exciting Art Projects And Exhibitions Inspired By Garbage And Recycling

Posted by on Sep 12, 2014 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Recycling is a fabulous way to help the environment and keep reusable resources out of the landfill, but some people are taking recycling to another level by turning their garbage into art. Wondering what’s being made of recycled garbage? Here is a look at five exciting recycling-inspired projects that may inspire you to reinvent your garbage: Trashy Art The work of Canadian artist Heidi Leverty has appeared in private collections, and thanks to the help of the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, her work has also been showcased in...

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