3 Step Guide To Cleaning Your Factory's Clogged Wire Mesh Sifters

Posted on: 31 May 2017

If your factory uses wire mesh sifters to sift raw materials into a fine powder, they may eventually become clogged. When the mesh becomes dirty and no longer able to sift properly, use the following three-step guide to clean out the holes and check for signs of damage. Step 1:  Brush Off Loose Debris With A Wire Brush Once the wire mesh on your sifter has become clogged, there will most likely be a layer of loose debris on top of the screen.
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Mobile Home Furnace: Three Troubleshooting Tips

Posted on: 9 February 2017

As with traditional homes, maintenance plays a role in keeping your mobile home furnace running properly. However, even well-maintained furnaces can experience problems. One of the most common issues is pilot problems. If you're experiencing pilot issues with your mobile home furnace, try these troubleshooting tips before making a service call.  Pilot Out If the pilot goes out, check your thermostat to make sure it's on the heat setting and that the gas going to the furnace is on.
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Recycling And Reuse Planning For Business Computer Removal

Posted on: 12 May 2016

Getting rid of old systems for an upgrade, building move or location closure presents a number of challenges, especially if you'd like to minimize costs. There are many opportunities to get a little money back through recycling or provide tax breaks for your business, but you'll need to make sure that the final plan is represented in the removal process. Consider a few angles of computer system removal to make the most out of your old systems.
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