Monday, 15 September 2014
There are different types of sturdy adhesive tape being used in numerous industries. For instance, overall safety in industries, such in the storage and warehousing of products, hinges on floor markings, among others. However, it’s not that easy to apply floor markings using specialized tape, especially if the warehouse is huge. EzineArticles.com writer Sophia Jones notes: The process of putting or applying floor marking tapes in a work area can be a very difficult job, especially if the space is very long and wide. Covering a really big surface and using the tape as a divider or as a means to create distinct compartments, or as a safety feature, requires proper and correct application.
Friday, 12 September 2014
Whether you’re packing personal property for yourself or for a client, doing it the right way will minimise stress and provide peace of mind to everyone involved. For safety and security, make use of the right materials and packaging supplies from Melbourne companies like Adhesive Tapes Australia. Wikihow.com illustrates how to properly pack possessions and avoid common pitfalls: Use uniformly-sized boxes Most shipping companies sell boxes to the public in pre-determined sizes. It is advisable to buy boxes from your shipper since they’ll be doing the transporting, plus they won’t charge for any unused ones. These boxes are also quite sturdy so you can re-use them or stash in your attic until you move again. Some national companies even offer free shipping and handling so you can have some delivered or go to the local location.
Tuesday, 9 September 2014
Since its invention in 1930, adhesive tape has invaded anywhere two surfaces of any material need to be joined temporarily or permanently. Modern double sided tape was developed by coating both sides of the tape with adhesive. This simple but brilliant product has brought convenience to homes, offices, and factories worldwide, as told by Martin Sadler in an article for SelfGrowth.com. Those who enjoy creating items for their children, or who run a small craft business, use it to join together pieces and parts that will not or cannot accept glue… Some even use it to join together pieces of wooden picture frames, and in some cases for applying pictures to the wall.