When it comes to organizing or keeping your fasteners organized, you might get a headache. There is no need for further worry. Kimball Midwest is here to help you stay organized and pick the best fastener assortments for your shop.
For some people, going out shopping can be a tiring task. Going store to store and checking shelf after shelf for that elusive product or tool you need can be exhausting.
Fasteners are a vital part of most industrial shops, but with many variables involved, it’s critical to make sure you have the right ones on hand for your operational needs.
One of the most frustrating things to happen is a stuck or stripped fastener. It can cause a significant amount of downtime and require tools your shop might not have on hand.
Working in the maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) world, you are probably familiar with fasteners and the role they play. While fasteners are one of the smallest items you may find in a shop, they play a big role. Fasteners help hold everything together, ensuring that structures remain stable and secure.
Despite the many safety measures required by law, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports there were 5,190 fatal work injuries in the United States in 2021.
Spring has officially sprung! The trees, grass and plants are starting to get green and grow new life. It’s time to start preparing for the new growth that spring brings.
If you work with electrical systems, you are probably familiar with fuses. But if you don’t, fuses can be confusing.
Depending on where you live, the cliché of April showers bringing May flowers might not ring true. Kimball Midwest’s customers live and work from coast to coast in a wide variety of climates.
It’s no secret, electricity is hot! Wires, circuits and terminals should be assumed to always have live wires. Because of this, electrical safety is of utmost importance to you, your shop, employees and customers.
Spring is in the air, which means it’s time for some spring cleaning. It’s the time of year when you need to look around your shop and determine what can be cleaned or organized.
When you’re thinking of electrical products for your shop, understandably your mind probably goes directly to things like wires, connectors and fuses.