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How Brakes Work, What Types of Industrial Brakes Exist, and How to Get the Most Life Out of Them

Brakes play an essential role in most machines whether they are personal or commercial. They stop you from slamming into other cars and prevent injuries if your industrial equipment breaks down. Check out this quick guide to how brakes work below along with common types of industrial brakes and some tips on how to keep […]

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Your Guide to Crane Operation and Maintenance

From manufacturing to warehousing to construction, cranes have many industrial uses — these powerful machines aid in lifting heavy materials and loads. Cranes come in different types and sizes to meet the demands of different users. If you plan to operate a crane, you’ll need to follow requirements for safe operation of the equipment. You’ll […]

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What Are the Best Friction Materials for Brake Lining?

No matter the industry, brake lining is essential to assure workers and products are kept safe. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration aims to identify workplace hazards and ensure safety is upheld. It’s not difficult to see why maintaining your industrial brakes is essential. You want your brakes to do what they need to do: apply friction […]

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5 Tips on Industrial Maintenance

Did you know that putting off routine equipment maintenance is actually costing you money? It is, in the form of downtime. In fact, we’re talking about six figures. If you’re one of the 30.2 million small businesses in the U.S., this can be catastrophic. The good news is, you can prevent costly downtime. Even better news? We’re going […]

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What to Expect from an Industrial Brake Shoe Relining and Repair

Failing to inspect and maintain the braking system on industrial machinery properly can unnecessarily cost you thousands of dollars. Catastrophic failure could even result in injury or death to your employees. Replacing major parts can get very expensive, in many cases, a brake shoe relining provides the same results at a fraction of the cost. […]

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