Safety management in various fields is an interest of mine. The industrial field tends to have more accidents than most other types of job sites, so I’ve spent a lot of time learning about industrial accidents. How do they happen? Why do they happen? How do they affect employees, business owners, and clients? How do they impact the overall success of an industrial business? Some of the answers to these questions can be found in this blog. I started it to share the information that I’ve been collecting with people that are in my field of interest. If you work or own a business in the industrial field, knowing how to prevent accidents at work should be important to you. The information here can help you learn how to be more proactive in preventing them.
6 February 2015
Welders from places like Suburban Welding & Steel LLC use special tools to fuse metals permanently together. This is typically done by melting the metal and then allowing it to cool as one piece. However not all metals can be welded together in this way. Metals that are difficult to fuse together can often be joined through a process called explosive welding or explosive bonding. Conceptualizing Explosive Welding The concept of explosive welding was introduced in World War II when engineers noticed something interesting.
21 January 2015
Permanently joining large pieces of metal in the field can be challenging, particularly if the objects are subject to large external stresses. Ordinary welding techniques are often inadequate to create a sufficiently-strong weld. To overcome this problem, exothermic metal fabrication welding was developed. When done correctly, exothermic welding creates sturdy joints resistant to lateral and longitudinal forces. However, exothermic welding does require attention to detail and careful preparation in order to be successful.
14 January 2015
Is your basement, attic, garage and just about every closet in your home quickly filling up with broken, old or outdated electronics? If so, you'll need a quick and inexpensive option to get rid of everything, and one that preferably doesn't endanger Mother Earth. In addition to electronic recycling, here are a few additional, simple ways you can reduce your e-waste: Choosing an Electronic Recycling Center From your local electronics store to college campuses, electronic recycling centers are popping up everywhere across the country.