Put the Hurt on Dirt – ZEP TKO Hand Cleaner

December 20th, 2010 marketing
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ZEP TKO heavy duty, non solvent hand cleaner is a specially formulated liquid hand cleaner. TKO has tiny plastic scrubbing beads that cut through dirt, grease, and grime. If you have dry cracked or sensitive skin TKO is great for you since it does not contain solvents that will worsen the skin. The rich lather rinses away and does not leave a film on the skin.

TKO is used and preferred by mechanics, printers, painters, industrial and factory workers, repair and service personnel, and has a pleasant lemon lime scent.

To use TKO: Simply wet hands, apply TKO and work into a lather, then rinse.

Information On Black Mold

December 13th, 2010 marketing
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We have all heard about the dangerous black mold in homes with high humidity levels or water damage. In this article we will explain how to identify the mold and how to get rid of it.

There are several types of mold found inside homes and buildings.

Aspergillus – most common and found on damp woods like studs.
Cladosporium – Found inside air ducts.
Fusaruim – Found in places with extensive water damage, underneath carpet and insulation.
Penicillium – Found in insulation and on wallpaper
Stachybotrys – Found on tiles, wallpaper, insulation and sheet rock.

You can usually tell if mold is present in a room if that room has a strong musty smell, discoloration on walls and peeling paint. Mold colors van vary, they can be anywhere from a brownish yellow, dark green or black in color.

Tips On Winterizing Your Home

December 9th, 2010 marketing
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If you haven’t started to winterize your  home now may be a good time.

So lets get started, first and probably the most important place to start would be with your heating system.

Have your furnace inspected by a qualified technician to insure it …

Emergency Generators

December 6th, 2010 marketing
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Power outages happen and a lot of times you have no control when you will get power restored. This is the time for a generator. A generator is used as an emergency power supply, any device needing power can be plugged into it and draw power from it.

There are two types of emergency generators –

Standby – is permanently connected to your electrical system, they have large fuel tanks and can run for long periods of time. Standby generators produce large amounts of kilowatts
Portable – are smaller in size, have smaller fuel tanks, produce less kilowatts and will only run for short periods of time.

How to Source Fittings: Online Buyer’s Guide to Pipe Fittings

December 2nd, 2010 marketing
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It’s easy to find fittings at KSCdirect. Use our search engine to locate fittings by type and size. For best results we suggest using our abbreviation chart and standard sizing nomenclature.

Sizing:

Search for size using fractions. Represent fractions with numbers, dashes and slashes. For …