When Francis Bacon, the famous philosopher, said “scientia potentia est” (“knowledge is power”) he was definitely not referring to industrial tools and supplies. Bolts were first manufactured by Besson in France in 1568. However, industrial supplies have come a long way, and knowing what each piece of equipment in your job does can help you make smart decisions about purchases. So, for your benefit, here’s some brief info about some supplies that’ll allow you to make better purchases in the future.
Anti Vibration Pads.
Anti Vibration Pads reduce the noise and vibration generated by machines, like washing machines. Anti Vibration Pads have bottom treads that grip the floor, which ensures stability. Anti Vibration Pads fit most front load washers and are generally safe for every kind of floor.
Grippers are used for all different kinds of markets, including stainless steel grippers that are best for food and beverage, miniature clean room products for pharmaceuticals and heavy duty material handling solutions for industrial automotive applications.
Lifting magnets are used to pick up heavy iron objects, like scrap metal, with both ease and accuracy. They use permanent, electro-permanent, battery powered, and electromagnetic technologies to accomplish the tasks.
Grease fittings are metal fittings used in mechanical systems to feed lubricants using a grease gun into a bearing that’s under moderate to high pressure. These fittings are permanently installed by a thread connection, and they allow an attachment for the grease gun.
Linear bearings are bearing designed to provide free motion in a single direction, and they provide a low amount of friction. This keeps machinery working efficiently. Proper maintenance to linear bearings can help reduce expensive bills as well.
If you have any questions about these products, like Anti Vibration pads, feel free to ask in the comments!