Benefits of a Fitted Wardrobe For Your Home

Buying a Fitted Wardrobe

When moving to a new house or renovating an existing room you should always consider an amazing fitted wardrobe due to the many beneficial factors it can bring as well as being a lot more aesthetically pleasing when compared to generic free standing wardrobes. Most people think that a bespoke fitted wardrobe or sliding wardrobe maybe too expensive or the room may be too small for a fitted wardrobe. However, this is not the case no matter what the space a professional fitted wardrobe can be incorporate and customised to your budget.  For more details on the benefits a fitted wardrobe can bring to your room please continue reading.

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5 Benefit of a Fitted Wardrobe:

Efficient use of space  

A fitted wardrobe utilises and optimises the available space that you have in the room. A fitted wardrobe is precisely measured and fitted perfectly into available space; unlike free standing wardrobes a fitted wardrobe perfectly fits from edge to edge with no wasted gaps either side. Therefore, this creates extra storage space within the room removing the worry and stress of purchasing a free standing wardrobe that doesn’t fit or isn’t practical for the room.

Customisable fitted wardrobe

One of the biggest advantages when purchasing a fitted wardrobe is the customisable options available to you. Every fitted wardrobe is design and built to tailor your specific needs and requirements. Whether it is adding a shoe rack or extra shelves for storage or choosing from a variety of different combinations of panel finishes to create your dream fitted wardrobe.

Easy Maintenance

As a fitted wardrobe is designed to fit available space from wall to wall, floor to ceiling, cleaning and maintaining the quality of a fitted wardrobe is much easier than a standard free standing wardrobe. A fitted wardrobe eliminates having to reach into high place above the wardrobe to clean or dust making it much easier to maintain.

Organised storage

As a fitted wardrobe is tailored for your applications and specific needs it can be designed to create extra storage to organise and tidy all your items so that everything has a place and there is less clutter around the home.

Future investment

Purchasing a fitted wardrobe will not only create a bespoke storage space created for your specific needs, it is also a good long term investment. Apart from generally helping day to day life with the extra storage, a durable and reliable fitted wardrobe within your home will increase the price of your home if you decide to move at a later date.

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Pneumatics Repair and Applications

Pneumatics Systems and Pneumatic Repairs

In the fluid power world, the two most common applications highly recommended throughout the industry are hydraulics and pneumatics. Each application has the specific uses that allow them to utilize their clever design to help the industries efficiency. Both hydraulics and pneumatics systems come with their pros and cons in their respected field but before comparing the differences between the 2, we need to understand the practical applications of pneumatic systems to understand what they do and how they are used as an integral part of the industry.

Pneumatic repairs

Pneumatics Explained

The majority of pneumatic systems use air compressors to help reduce air volume, this simultaneously increases the pressure of the gas and how this motion can be used to perform engineering tasks explains the study of pneumatics. Pneumatic devices have many functions and applications that are implemented across many different fields that you wouldn’t expect require a pneumatic system, so pneumatics repairs have become a thriving industry.

Pneumatic systems advanced technology allows these systems to be used in industries such as material handling, mining and constructions work, machining and many many more. But you may be asking yourself if they are used so frequently across multiple industries where can they be seen and where are they used and what pneumatic repairs are required. Exercise machines, vacuums, brakes, power tools and office chairs are everyday items that all use and require pneumatic systems to function correctly, that you may not have even notice.

Differences between Pneumatics and Hydraulic systems

 

Pneumatics

Hydraulics

Confined pressurized systems that use moving air or other gases Confined pressurized system that use moving liquids
Because gases can be compressed there is a delay in the movement, the force Liquids are not very compressible, there is no delay in the movement
Need for compressor,

pressures ranging from 80–100 pounds per square-inch

1,000–5,000 psi or more than 10,000 psi for specialised applications

Pneumatic Repairs

One of the most substantial benefits of pneumatic systems when compared to hydraulics is the cost and life span of pneumatic systems. hydraulics equipment can be much more expensive compared to pneumatic systems, almost as much as twice the price of pneumatic equipment. So, it is important to no be negligible when I come to maintenance and pneumatic repairs for every system. Some of the more common pneumatic repairs can be prevented with regular attention and maintenance.

These common pneumatics repairs are;   

 

  • Valves control pressure, flow to an actuator, or quantity of the flow. The failure of a pneumatic valve can have detrimental effects on the whole system and the failure of the valve can stop the entire system
  • Pneumatic cylinder repairs – There are many common symptoms to check which may lead to the need of pneumatic repairs in the future including; the actuator moving too slowly, cylinder drifting out of position, erratic cylinder movement and seals are visibly leaking

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Mezzanine Flooring

What is a mezzanine floor?

A mezzanine flooring is an intermediate floor between the floor and the ceiling of a building. For this reason, a mezzanine floor is not typically counted as a floor of the building. They can help you optimise existing warehouse operations without needing to take on additional floor space such as a new premise. Due to this, it is a great saving initiative and can be custom designed to fit a range of spaces and your business’s needs.

Design and installation of mezzanine flooring

Before even deciding to install or installing a mezzanine floor there are factors which you must take into consideration. These include emergency lighting, fire protection, smoke and fire alarms, along with the relevant safety signs and appropriate passageways. These are extremely important where there is a high volume of staff occupying the area permanently.

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The benefits of mezzanine floor

There are many benefits that come with mezzanine floors including improving operational efficiency without necessarily increasing the prospect of higher costs when needed a larger premise. This is because the mezzanine floor is built on your current occupied space and therefore additional savings can be potentially spent on other areas of the business.

Other benefits include:

  • Production areas and/or assembly lines
  • Bulk storage areas
  • Dedicated machine operations
  • Creation of new office spaces or even boardroom areas
  • Areas of security for high-value products
  • Long-span shelving can be installed
  • Highly cost-effective solution when compared to moving premise or expansion of your current warehouse

So there you have it, a small insight into what mezzanine flooring is, the design and installation of the flooring and the benefits. The process starts at the design and planning stage so if you have decided on a mezzanine floor, get in contact with your local installer and start the process.

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