Archive for August 30, 2018
The world of tiny houses has captured the public attention. Living in a tiny house has become a point of fascination for many – and even a dream for some. Whether or not you yourself would actually want to live in a tiny house is almost a moot point, as you have definitely heard about tiny houses and definitely have an opinion about them. For most people, especially those who have growing families, living in a tiny house would simply be too small, far too claustrophobic. Here in the United States, we love our stuff and many of us would have an incredibly difficult time parting with it. But for fifteen percent of those who are currently between the ages of eighteen and thirty four, living in a tiny house, one that is only between one hundred square feet and four hundred square feet, presents a minimalist dream, one that they strive to do if they have not made it happen already. For a larger percentage of that same age range – just about twenty percent of this young population – living i
In a world that seems to finally based on technology, it may come as a surprise that there are steel many parts of industries that are still based in the basics of steel and the precision casting business. In fact, there are many industries that depend on the steel industry and the needed indiction melting services. From replacement parts for important machines to large steel rails used for railroad cars, there are many times when steel plays an important role.
Induction melting furnaces and induction forging furnaces produce the parts that are needed for many industries, including aeronautics, automotive, heating and cooling, and many other industries. Companies that offer induction melting and other foundry services play an important role in many different industries.
Consider some of these facts and figures about the steel industry and the impact that it has on the nation’s economy:<