Chemicals play a crucial role in different industrial applications. However, most of them pose a considerable risk when mishandled. When an accident happens, and there are chemical spillages, you must immediately mitigate potential injuries to employees or damaged facilities. Continue reading the post for four critical steps to managing and responding to chemical spills. Step 1: Communicate the Hazard The first step in the event of a chemical spill is notifying your immediate supervisor.
27 March 2021
Transformer oil is an insulating and cooling product that is used in transformers or other types of electrical equipment. The water to oil ratio, the temperature, and the thickness of oil is assessed through a series of tests. The properties of transformer oil need to be tested on a routine basis, to ensure that the oil hasn't deteriorated. Old oil can cause electrical equipment to malfunction, which could be costly.
28 November 2020
Your home's boiler system will be an integral part of keeping your home warm throughout the long winter months. Yet, a homeowner that is not especially familiar with these heating systems can be at a disadvantage when addressing the problems that could arise and prevent it from generating heat. Air Pockets Individuals often assume that all boilers generate steam to warm a home. However, this is typically not the case with modern units.
24 April 2020
If you have never rented a dumpster before, but you know that it is something that you need to rent in the future, you will want to make sure that you are taking a little time to go over the following tips that can help make sure that you are getting the best dumpster option for your upcoming projects. You Want To Get The Right Size You want to make sure that you are renting a dumpster that will hold everything you need for it to hold.
13 January 2020
There may be nothing worse than dealing with a backed-up toilet. There's that dreaded moment when the water won't go down, followed by raw sewage rising up to the top. Even if the sewage doesn't pour out onto the floor, you still have to deal with it floating in the toilet bowl. Whether the sewage is on the floor or in the bowl, you'll still have a serious problem to contend with, not to mention the foul odor that will linger in your home.
16 December 2019