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  • Proper Installation of a Screw Anchor

    Proper Installation of a Screw Anchor

    There’s no question that qualified tradespeople know what they’re doing once the apprenticeship is over. But are there any other things you can learn on the job when you’re established as a trustworthy contractor? Yes, there are.

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  • Why an Anchor Pull Test Matters: And Where it Happens

    Why an Anchor Pull Test Matters: And Where it Happens

    While a concrete anchor is not susceptible to normal pressures incurred by every day human contact, it is important to test against environmental factors such as wind, weight-based stresses and high-impact collisions. This is everywhere.

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  • Pull Testing: Central to Height Safety

    Pull Testing: Central to Height Safety

    You’ve seen the WorkSafe ad – “So let’s get some rails up there”. Safety when working at height no longer only resides in the consciousness of the construction industry.

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  • Scaffold Anchor Points: Self-Test and Save

    Scaffold Anchor Points: Self-Test and Save

    When scaffolding is erected, it is essential, before carrying out any work on it, to make sure that ties or any other type of anchoring is safe and secure, when attached to a wall or masonry substrate. You can do these tests yourself.

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  • Polyurethane vs Polymer Sealant

    Polyurethane vs Polymer Sealant

    Polyurethane. Silicone. they are almost the ‘Hoover’s of the sealant world, synonymous with anything that seals or even adheres, no matter what the substrate or conditions are. But there is a stronger, better way.

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