Making Your Money Count

Things That You Might Need For A Hotel

Opening a hotel is one of the smartest ways to make a living, even if you have to start out with a bed and breakfast. You can actually live at the hotel until your business starts bringing in a satisfactory amount of money. As long as you make sure marketing is done to let people know about the business establishment, you will be able to fill your rooms on a regular basis. Read More 

Understanding the Rotary Valves in Your Pneumatic Conveyor System

If you run a business that has bulk handling needs to move items from one area to another for processing, then it is wise to invest in a device like a pneumatic conveyor system. These systems use air in a vacuum tube system to drive or move the conveyor, and they have many benefits over mechanical conveyors. Pneumatic conveyors have a variety of different parts and pieces that need to remain in good condition if you want your material processes to go smoothly. Read More 

Soda Brewing: 4 Branding Tips To Make Your Drink Stand Out

The world of soft drinks is pretty much dominated by two main companies, but there is always room for growth and independent sellers. If you've been brewing your own soda that you're ready to bring to the market, branding is the next big step to take. By properly branding your personal soda brew, you can create something that is appealing to consumers and will help your product stand out. By using the following four branding tips, you can expand personal branding throughout the whole product and deliver your soda through various stores and retail opportunities. Read More 

5 Features To Look For In A Centrifugal Blower For Waste Water Processing

Aeration is the only way to keep useful bacteria processing waste at your water treatment plant, and it also keeps particles suspended and moving so the waste doesn't clog your filters. However, not all centrifugal blowers created for this job offer the same ratio of air movement to operating cost. Look for models with at least one of these five features to pick blower equipment that improves your daily operations or cuts power expenditures. Read More 

What Language Is In Your Rental Contract?

If you are a contractor who regularly rents construction equipment, you have probably signed numerous rental contracts. While each of these contracts may vary slightly based on the rental company, along with the type of equipment you are renting, most of them contain some of the same basic language. If there is a slight change in this language, it could make a difference in what your contract will cost you in the long run. Read More