Monthly Archives: "April, 2016"

Aluminium Or Steel – What’s Right For Your Fencing?
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When it comes to choosing the right material for your fencing or gates you might be drawn to either aluminium or steel. They're durable, long lasting and in most cases they can withstand the (often) harsh Australian climate. However that said, they also have their differences too. So which one do you choose? Let's make some closer comparisons. Aluminium gates and fencing The main advantage about aluminium fencing or gates is that it isn't susceptible to corrosion. So if you live...

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How To Choose The Right Privacy Screen In 5 Easy Steps
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Decorative screening has a rich history that spans back to around 600AD in ancient China. However it wasn't until the 1950's and 60's that Australia saw a revival in residential and commercial privacy screening. Today we're also enjoying yet another revival with an influx of both traditional and contemporary designs using a variety of materials. If you're looking to pimp up your indoor or outdoor space with a dividing screen what should you be looking for? Let's take a...

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5 Potential Safety Hazards To Avoid When Welding Steel
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Believe it or not despite all the sparks, heat, and noise, welding is a safe job IF you adhere to full and proper safety precautions. It's when safety measures are ignored, either accidentally or blatantly, that problems can ensue. With this in mind, we thought that it would be a good idea to mention 5 potential hazards of welding that you really should be looking out for. Electric shocks This is probably the most serious hazard a welder faces and can...

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Sheet Metal Fabrication Materials Explained
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One of the most critical aspects of any sheet metal fabrication process is the materials selection. The reason is that it can affect both the overall cost of the project and the design integrity. Although selecting the right materials for your project can seem overwhelming it doesn't have to be, provided you keep in mind that certain processes work best with certain materials. Let's take a look at some of the better options. Black Iron Sheeting This form of sheeting isn't...

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