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Is Your Manufacturing Equipment Ready For Increased Loads?

By |January 12th, 2019|

Growth and expansion is the ultimate end goal of just about any business or company, and the manufacturing industry is no exception to this rule. At the end of the day, expansion is good news for just about any business, but expansion means increased strain on your existing equipment and facilities. If you want to see your business thrive, here are a few ways to prepare your workplace for [...]

Expansion Joints 101: What Are Metal Expansion Joints Used For?

By |December 19th, 2018|

In manufacturing and related industries, many components are essential to the smooth operation of machinery and work processes. However, a lot of these components, such as metal bellows or stainless steel expansion joints, are a mystery to many, including the people who work with them. But what are metal expansion joints used for, and could they be useful in your machinery? Read on to learn the basics of metal expansion [...]

Exhaust Pipe FAQ: Common Auto Problems That Involve Your Exhaust Pipe

By |December 18th, 2018|

Cars and trucks are, at the core, just very common types of heavy machinery. Most people don't tend to think of them this way because of how common they are in the average person's day compared to most heavy machinery, but in essence, vehicles are just machines. Like any other machines, they can break down or have parts malfunction. For when your vehicle's exhaust flex pipe is causing your car [...]

Expansion Joints 101: The Different Types Of Expansion Joints

By |November 30th, 2018|

Between ensuring that you're receiving high-quality metal and knowing that you're getting the right type of joint for your application, it can be difficult to know which expansion joint to get. In order to help you make the right decision for your manufacturing, here are some of the basic types of expansion joints that you should know about.   Single Expansion Joints:┬áMade by attaching fittings to a single bellows, these [...]

Metal Bellows For Beginners: A Glossary Of Terms

By |November 19th, 2018|

Whether you're new to the manufacturing industry or an old pro, there are plenty of technical terms that go along with your daily work, some of which might be unfamiliar. The amount of technical language surrounding manufacturing, specifically metal bellows and expansion joints, can be intimidating if you're not familiar with it. Here are some common terms you might hear when talking about metal bellows on the job.   Axial [...]

Exhaust Flex Joint Replacement: A Step-By-Step Guide

By |October 15th, 2018|

So you've determined that you've got a flex pipe exhaust leak, and the flex pipe needs to be replaced. Now what? If you've got the tools and a DIY spirit, you should be able to manage an exhaust flex joint replacement yourself. You'll need welding equipment and a good handle on your car's systems, but replacing this part on your car shouldn't be too difficult. Here's a step-by-step guide on [...]

How Do They Do It? The Making of Metal Bellows

By |October 11th, 2018|

Making metal bellows can be an incredibly interesting process. There are many steps for metal bellows manufacturing that must be followed properly in order to ensure fully-functional metal bellows that will last at full capacity for the full extent of their lifetime. Read on to learn the basic steps for making metal bellows for your manufacturing processes.   Designing custom bellows: Custom bellows design focuses on twelve important factors: stress [...]

What Does Your Exhaust System Do and How to Check For Leaks

By |September 13th, 2018|

Your vehicle's exhaust system serves a relatively simple purpose. The primary goal of your vehicle's exhaust system is to direct the gasses coming from the combustion chamber to a safe place. It stops the gasses from coming into your cab and causing you serious harm. What the exhaust system does Because the exhaust system pushes the gasses away from you and your windows, it's usually somewhere under the rear bumper. [...]