Material handling involves the movement of material, either manually or mechanically, in batches or one item at a time. Generally, the movement is horizontal, vertical, or a combination of both. Regardless of the method, material handling is the movement, storage, control, and protection of materials, goods, and products through the process of manufacturing, distribution, consumption, and disposal. The focus lies primarily on the methods, mechanical equipment, systems, and related controls used to achieve these functions.


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In many industries and applications, there may be a need for a controllable supply of air or gas to carry out various operations. This is generally made possible with the use of an industrial blower that can supply large flows of air or gas to a space. Consisting of an electric motor, an impeller, and airfoils, industrial blowers are able to enhance the flow of air in a given space. In this blog, we will discuss the design and functionality of industrial blowers, allowing you to better understand their applicational use.


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Since the early days of aviation, metals and metalloids have been implemented in the majority of components that make up an aircraft. While metals may differ significantly in physical and chemical properties, they are generally rigid and suitable for a wide range of applications. In this blog, we will discuss the several metals and metal-containing elements used in modern aviation.


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The world continuously changes around us due to advancements in the technological realm. Such advancements and progress can be readily seen in industrial automation. Automation includes everything from conveyor systems to full production lines with safety systems, data collection, and more. Today, we will take a look at the trends that are surfacing in industrial automation, allowing you to get a better understanding of what advancements we expect to see in this industry in the coming years.


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Welding has long been used in aviation manufacturing to construct and repair aircraft. While aerospace manufacturing has become increasingly advanced with more robust technology and lighter materials, welding is still one of the primary methods of joining two metals together. In this article, we will discuss the history and current practices of aircraft welding.


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