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.
When you have any painted surface that is exposed to the elements, touch up and maintenance are just part of the game.
If you’ve been a Kimball Midwest customer for long, you probably know about our top paint products, headlined by our Ultra Pro-Max spray paint. Ultra Pro-Max paints are known for their high solids content, meaning one can gives you the same coverage as two or even three cans of standard spray paint.
Let’s face it, school districts often operate with limited budgets, so regular maintenance is crucial to keep buildings, grounds and buses functional and in good condition. Paint touchups are no exception, and bus seats need TLC after so much wear and tear. Luckily, Kimball Midwest has high-quality products to restore and spruce up parking lots, athletic fields and buses.
When it comes to painting safety, there are a few main concerns – the greatest of which is a person falling, or things falling onto people.
Winter still holds some of the country in its icy grip, but it’s not too early to think about cleaning up your shop for spring. Lucky for you, Kimball Midwest offers a full range of cleaning supplies formulated for industrial use. Here are some of our top picks to help you make your list and get ready for spring!
Safety has been the talk of the town since about this time last year. It started with social distancing and masks and has continued with plenty of guidelines to keep yourself and your employees and their families safe.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the demand for personal protective equipment (PPE), including face masks/shields, sanitizer, gloves and more, remains high.