We’ve been sharing a lot of information lately about our great fluid flow products, such as our
K-Series Crimpers. This week, we compiled a playlist of our most popular fluid flow product videos.
When it comes to fluid flow applications, we could go on and on. Or, at least our trainers could. They could tell you about all they do in machinery and vehicles that make our world revolve. Not literally, but one of them might try to rig something up.
So, you have a new hydraulics setup, which includes the hoses, a crimper and all the fittings you need to make hose assemblies. You’re good to go, right?
Do you outsource your hydraulic hose assemblies? Depending on how often you need them, it can be more cost-efficient and convenient to crimp the hoses yourself. If the thought of crimping hoses makes you a bit nervous, fear not. We’ll explain what you need to make good hose assemblies and how to properly prepare them for crimping.
Hundreds of times every year, a Kimball Midwest sales representative effectively organizes a customer’s fluid flow operation. Like any organizational effort in a shop, it’s so important because of the efficiency it brings.
If you work with paint on cars, Kimball Midwest is your one-stop shop for anything you need to make sure the job is done right.
When you get shiny, new equipment, does it take pride of place in your shop? If so, we get it. But what happens when it’s no longer shiny and new? Your equipment might need a coat of paint, but matching the color presents a challenge.
Look around your shop. Do you have spray paint cans sitting out in the open? It may not seem like a big deal, but aerosol cans pose major safety and environmental hazards if they are not properly stored.