Buying Industrial Equipment For Less

Company Have A Boiler? How To Prepare For An Emergency

If your company uses a boiler you need to be prepared in case there is an emergency. You also need to know what you should do if you do have an emergency. Keep reading to learn more about this so you and your employees will stay safe. Create a Backup Plan One thing to do is to have a backup plan for your fuel. If you have a natural gas boiler, you should have a second fuel line in place. Read More 

Top Signs That You Should Rent A Floor Scrubber For Your Business

You might have seen floor scrubbers being put to use on the floors in different commercial or industrial businesses. You might have even used a floor scrubber in your business. Now, it might be time for you to rent a floor scrubber. These are some of the signs that you may want to look for a floor scrubber rental that you can use for commercial or industrial purposes. Your Company's Floor Scrubber Needs Repairs Read More 

Create A Garden Using Plastic Pails

Have you always wanted your own garden but you don't have a ton of room in your backyard? Perhaps you just don't want to tear up the soil or you want to leave more room for your children to play? Whatever the reason, you should know that it's still possible to grow a garden as long as you have some large plastic pails. You can grow a wide variety of plants right inside a 5-gallon or larger plastic bucket. Read More 

3 Types Of Truck Utility Bodies To Consider

If you have just started your own business as an electrician, plumber, or some other sort of specialist, you not only need to make sure that you have all of the right tools in your toolbox but you also need to make sure that you have the right transportation as well. And, no, this article isn't just talking about getting a truck, but it's talking about getting a truck with a utility body. Read More 

3 Tips On How To Use A Borescope Properly

A borescope can be used by an owner of industrial machinery or a heavy-duty vehicle to closely inspect that machinery's internals, such as an engine or any moving parts like a piston. It is essentially a camera that can be inserted and wired through the machinery itself in order to get a good view of what's going on inside. If you own and operate an oil rig, for example, you might send an oil borescope through your piping if you encounter a problem like a an unexpected noise or unusually slow production. Read More 

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Buying Industrial Equipment For Less

Start-up costs are high in the industrial field. There is a lot of equipment to buy and none of it is cheap. If you're trying to break into the industrial field, it's important to realize that you face higher barriers to entry than you would in most other fields, and take that into account when budgeting and making a business plan. With that said, you may be surprised to find out all the ways that you can save on industrial equipment. Negotiating generous lease terms or buying refurbished equipment outright are just two of your options. I started this blog to help newcomers to the field navigate through the process of finding and buying industrial equipment and getting started in the business.

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