Archive for January 6, 2020

The Value of a Precision Casting Business for Steel Melting and Other Quality Induction Processes

Written by Wall Street News on January 6th, 2020. Posted in Foundry, Induction furnace manufacturers, Refurbished equipment

One of the greatest needs for the inductotherm melting furnace is steel melting, especially considering the size of the American stainless steel industry. This includes the amount of steel both imported and exported through the United States and the many different products and parts made through the use of these furnaces. Other metals, including gold and copper, are melted for other processes, with stainless steel often considered as the strongest and most sanitary metal.

So, the precision casting business and its use of the induction furnace is one of the largest markets in the country. With the many processes that can be completed in these companies, there is much to be seen in the strength, durability, length of life, heat, and power provided by the furnaces and the work they complete upon steel.

Steel and Other Melted Metals from Precision Casting Businesses

Induction furnaces melt several different metals, serving many different industries across the nation. The

Modified Shipping Containers Can Help Support Your Business Growth

Written by Wall Street News on January 6th, 2020. Posted in Custom shipping container, Modified shipping containers

Some 11 million unused shipping containers around the world could potentially be used for a variety of purposes. And perhaps the reason many businesses are now considering using modified shipping containers to expand business operations and gain more retail space, at minimum costs. Custom shipping containers are used for a variety of applications, not just for commercial and retail spaces but also for residential housing, indoor gardening, and more creative use like a library, studio or workshop.

Globally, brands like Taco Bells and Starbucks are known to be among the first companies to start using modified shipping containers as stores. They are currently mushrooming almost everywhere as more businesses are gradually embracing the idea.
Taco Bell debuted a 1,080 square foot pop-up store made from a shipping container and opened a permanent shipping container store in California at the beginning of 2017.

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