In many shops, cutting tools occupy an important part in the process of getting the job done. But these vital tools can’t do what they’re designed to do if you can’t find the ones you need when you need them.
We all know a shop can be a busy place. When you are trying to get a job done, it’s easy for your shop to get disorganized and cluttered. You might find your workbench is messy, or the floor is covered in products or boxes.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, so it’s officially the holiday season. This means it’s time to start looking for gifts for friends and loved ones.
Even though National Safety Month has come to an end, it doesn’t mean you can just relax and take it easy when it comes to safety in your shop.
If your shop is like most, you use a lot of cutting tools every day and have multiple sizes and quantities of drill bits. Do you currently store them:
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.
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’re thinking about storage equipment to organize your maintenance, repair and operations supplies, there’s no shortage of options.
At Kimball Midwest, we know some of your favorite items are the ones that make your workday go a whole lot smoother, while some are for personal use.