Plunger vs T-Style Door Holders: What’s the Difference?

You won’t always have a free hand when walking through doors. Maybe you’re carrying a heavy box, or perhaps you’re helping a coworker or colleague carry a machine. Regardless, you may have both of your hands full. Rather than trying … Read More

How to Choose a Swing Handle

Are you looking to buy a swing handle? Swing handles offer a convenient latching solution for doors, cabinets, toolboxes, control panels and other surfaces. As their name suggests, they are designed to swing open. Pulling and turning a swing handle … Read More

Plain Bore vs Roller Bearings for Caster Wheels

You can’t choose the right set of caster wheels without considering the bearing type. All caster wheels have a bearing. Bearings are parts or assemblies of parts that facilitate rotation. Without them, caster wheels wouldn’t be able to roll. Ball … Read More

Double-Acting Quick Release Pins: What You Should Know

Quick release pins are available in a variety of styles, one of which is double-acting. They look like most other quick release pins. Double-acting quick release pins feature one or more pairs of ball detents. Using these ball detents, they … Read More

Employee of the Month: Tim Chandler

Congratulations to Tim Chandler on Being Employee of the Month for January 2024! Nomination Tim Chandler has been a game-changer here at our warehouse in Perrysburg, OH, and it’s time we put the spotlight on his amazing work. First off, … Read More

What Are Guide Rail Brackets?

If you’re thinking about implementing guide rails in your business’s operations, you may want to invest in a set of brackets. Guide rail brackets are commonly used in the construction, transportation and manufacturing industries. They allow for the mounting, as … Read More

5 Common Myths About Piano Hinges

You shouldn’t believe everything you read or hear about piano hinges. Like all hinges, piano hinges are mechanical bearings. They are used to connect two objects while simultaneously allowing a limited angle of rotation between the objects. Piano hinges, however, … Read More