Month: August 2017
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Aug
30
2017

Batteries: Rechargeable vs. Non-Rechargeable

Beyond battery-powered construction equipment: Who wins out for your power needs? For the majority of users and devices, there doesn’t seem to be much competition between chargeable batteries (CBs) and non-rechargeable batteries (NRBs). Cell phone users favor the former, but

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August 30, 2017 By Alex Berg in Blog

Aug
23
2017

Quiet, Please, Part 2: Hearing Loss from Loud Noise May be the Least of Your Worries

Loud noises can threaten our wellbeing even before we’re born A normal conversation you had earlier exposed you to sounds of around 60 decibels. If you work around construction equipment, you’re likely exposed to sounds of 95 decibels or more.

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August 23, 2017 By Alex Berg in Blog

Aug
16
2017

Quiet, Please, Part 1: Loud Noises May be More Hazardous to Your Health Than You Think

The environmental stress of noises above a certain decibel level can contribute to heart attacks A construction area isn’t ever going to be as quiet as a library—but there are good reasons to tone down the noise. One of those

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August 16, 2017 By Alex Berg in Blog

Aug
09
2017

Torque or Horsepower? What Each Really is and Why It Matters

They both measure power, but one is related to force, while the other is related to time. Talk about opening Pandora’s Box. Try searching for a simple comparative explanation of torque and horsepower. A whole lot of people get kudos

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August 9, 2017 By Alex Berg in Blog