Setting Up A Better Manufacturing Area
After a few members of our team were injured in serious accidents, I decided that it would be smart to take a closer look at our setup. Instead of ignoring some of the issues and forgetting about older equipment, we started thinking carefully about how each piece operated and how we could improve our workflow. We were able to identify several large issues with our procedures, and it really helped to boost productivity and safety in our workspace. I decided to make this blog for any business owner that is concerned about creating a safer environment for their employees and their clients.
Your facility might have a number of transformers on-site that are needed to help power equipment and machines. If you are using transformers that are decades old, however, you might not know if they are using polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, in some capacity. Keep reading to find out more about these compounds and the disposal of transformers that are contaminated with them.
What are PCBs?
Polychlorinated biphenyls are toxic chemicals that can be found in oil and cooling liquids that older transformers use.
You might already know that plastic tubing is an industry-standard for moving all sorts of fluids in industrial settings. If you are planning on putting plastic tubing to use in your own facility, you are probably hoping that you can count on it to perform well and serve your company's needs properly. These are some of the things that you can do if you want to get the best possible use out of your industrial plastic tubing.