Carl Rivera

Hey! My name is Jay and I live in Brisbane, Australia and I have decided to start this blog so I can raise awareness of the importance of industry and manufacturing. I am not a professional who works in this sector but my dad was the manager of a manufacturing plant for many years. When I was growing up, I would often visit him and see the men working on the machines below. It was a wonderful sight. Even though I didn't enter into the same profession as my dad, I have developed a keen interested in the sector. I hope you enjoy my blog.

How Can You Best Get Rid of Groundwater at Your Construction Site?

24 October 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you have a major excavation project on the books but haven't been involved in this type of activity before, then you will be looking at the practicality of the job and identifying what you will find below. Of course, you'll want to know whether there are any utility lines or other hardware through the site, but you also need to be aware of underground water. Even though you may live in an arid part of the country, it's likely that there is groundwater to a certain extent. Read More …

Custom-Designed and Manufactured Stainless Steel Appliances and Products Are Both Functional and Versatile

13 September 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

There is a broad range of custom-designed and manufactured stainless steel products available to suit a variety of different applications. Whether for residential or commercial use, stainless manufacturing enables items to be fabricated using a range of materials and selected finishes to suit any space and design. Stainless appliances and products are not only versatile, they are durable, easy to clean, and help to improve both the look and functionality of many modern kitchens and outdoor settings. Stainless steel products can be made to order and installed for use in a large range of different applications for residential, commercial or public premises, including shopping centres, cafes, schools, hospitals, hotels, parks and other communal facilities. Read More …

Why Formatubes are Best for Wet Season Construction

17 August 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you're orchestrating the construction of a home or building in one of the tropical or subtropical regions of Australia, it's important to keep seasonal weather in mind. These parts of the country have a six-month wet season from November to March which brings high humidity, heavy rainfall, and flooding. Ideally, construction work should take place during the dry season, but avoiding the monsoon weather isn't always possible. If your construction will be taking place during the wet time-frame and your building will feature concrete columns, using formatubes can be a big help. Read More …

Transition Skills from General Engineering to Design Engineering

9 August 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

If you are working as a mechanical engineer and would like to get into design engineering, it is important to know that making the transition can be tough, but it is doable. It applies in particular if you have spent a good part of your career as a general engineer. Nonetheless, most engineers who have moved from hardcore engineering to design engineering agree that it is very fulfilling. However, some of the skills you have gained in your career as a general engineer might not be of help when you transition into design engineering. Read More …

A Comparison Between PVC Doors and Wood Fibre Doors

30 July 2017
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog

Are you planning to install new doors in your home? Read on and learn some of the key differences between moulded PVC doors and wood fibre doors. Use this information to select the best type of doors for your home: Environmental Friendliness PVC doors are made from manufactured materials (plastics) that can be recycled many times. They, therefore, have a lower impact on the environment when you compare them with wood fibre doors. Read More …