What do you know about warranties? Well, you may have taken advantage of a warranty for a vehicle repair within the coverage period. Maybe you took advantage of a warranty for your computer or television if it went on the fritz.
One of the many substantial topics making headlines in our country is the important and necessary call to action to achieve lasting change to eliminate racial disparities and advance equality, equity and social justice for all. Kimball Midwest started answering this call to action in January 2020 by launching the Culture, Diversity and Inclusion Department (CDI).
The end of the year has come, and everyone is filling out their wish lists.
We know finding what you need in a veritable ocean of choices when it comes to abrasives can be a daunting task, and many people will simply stick to what they know. While that might work for them, what they may not know is in the end it is costing them money because it may not be the best – or even the right – tool for the job.
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There are a lot of things you can fix with instant adhesive – in fact, your shop and your home should never be without it. But not all these instant adhesives are alike. In most cases, it won’t bond reliably unless your materials are clean, dry and free of oil or grease. Sometimes, that’s easier said than done. It takes extra time out of your day to clean your materials in order to fix them.
You need an abrasive, and you don’t know where to start.
When you need to prep a surface, remove stock or finish a project, you can reach for your belt sander or rotary tool. But what if they’re too big to do the job? What do you do?
You might already know Kimball Midwest stocks more than 51,000 maintenance, repair and operations products. But that doesn’t mean we’re not adding to that number all the time.
When it comes to cutting tools, let’s face it. Things break. Sometimes it is a problem with the cutting tool itself, but many times, it can be user error.
Since being created by Congress in 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has been the federal government’s agency in charge of ensuring “safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and providing training, outreach, education and assistance.”