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Welder Safety

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Welding is the method of joining metals together.  Heat and pressure are used to fuse the metals together.  Welding has its list of hazards including fire, metal splatter, electric shock, explosion, harmful gases, radiation and more. 

 

 

 

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Modern Gray for a Modern Age

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Modern Gray for a Modern Age We are excited to announce we have recently completed the update of our EV adapters.  We have been updating the AC WORKS™ Brand EV products and have transformed our electric vehicle products into a sleek modern gray.  Gray is a timeless and sophisticated color that lacks the negativity of the color black, is neutral and balanced.  The phrase “gray matter” refers to smarts, intelligence, brains, and intellect.  The idea of driving an electric vehicle is smart, a smart balance for the environment and your wallet.   Ten years ago, the idea of driving an...

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Generator Uses

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A generator is a powerful tool and can be used in many situations as a compact and efficient source of electricity.  Some of the many different reasons people choose to use a generator are for natural disasters causing the need for emergency power, industrial or job site power, camping and temporary power, concerts, and other outdoor events and powering food trucks. 

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RV Electricity Tips

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Before you head out for a season full of good times and making memories, make sure you understand your RV and the electrical system.  You don’t want to find yourself camping and damaging any of the appliances you planned on using during your trip.

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AC Wiring Basics

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AC stands for Alternating Current. AC is the type of electricity used for homes and other buildings.  A basic understanding of AC power is essential if you are a homeowner, want or need to change out any basic electrical in your home or want to know how the power in your home works.  It is essential you don’t work on anything electrical in your home or other buildings if you are unsure what you are doing.  There is no reason to risk the safety of yourself and your home. 

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