Clogged Up The Sink With Chicken Fat? Fix Your Plumbing With These Easy Tips

If large pieces of chicken fat fall down your kitchen drain, you need to remove it fast. Chicken fat can potentially clog up your entire plumbing system and block the flow of water and sewage through your pipes. Because raw chicken fat doesn't contain chemicals and preservatives like manufactured or processed fats, the raw fat can turn rancid and slimy once it comes into contact with oxygen. In addition, raw chicken fat still contains moisture or water, which are things bacteria needs to develop. [Read More]

Stud Welding: The Food Industry's Secret Weapon

If you have never heard about stud welding or believed it was only used in highly technical applications, such as aeronautics, ship building or bridge construction, you have a surprise coming. Although stud welding machines are utilized in all these applications, they are also in great demand by nearly every part of the food industry. In fact, if you hit the drive-thru for a burger, shopped for ground meat at the supermarket or even enjoyed a glass of milk or juice today, the foods you enjoyed were probably made safer for your consumption through the use of stud welding. [Read More]

Thinking Of Adding Air Conditioning To Your Rental Units? Consider These Challenges

Adding air conditioning to your rental units can be a great way to attract more tenants, particularly if you're in an area where the summers are hot. Residents will appreciate not having to reinstall a window air conditioner each spring or having to sweat through the hottest nights. However, there are some challenges that can come up when you begin the process of adding air conditioning to the building. By preparing for those challenges in advance, you make facing them easier. [Read More]

Design And Location Tips New Farmers Can Use To Maximize Barn Efficiency

Starting a small farm on a raw, unspoiled piece of land can be an excellent way to ensure that all the farm's structures, livestock and planting areas are situated precisely where you want them. Once you have your plan laid out, building a barn to shelter livestock, hay and farm equipment is usually the first priority, but the construction of a traditional barn can be an expensive, time-consuming task. To expedite the process of providing shelter and minimize the cost of traditional construction, many farmers choose to erect one or more pre-engineered metal buildings instead of wood-framed barn. [Read More]