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Why You should Switch To Spray Paint Over Regular Paint

Posted by Kylie Moles TEAM101 on 13th Oct 2020

Why You should Switch To Spray Paint Over Regular Paint
Whether you are painting outside furniture and amenities or redecorating indoors, one argument that comes up frequently is whether to use a traditional brush and pot of paint or to go down the spray painting route. While both methods have their pros and cons, we are going to discuss why we think spray painting is the superior choice when it comes to painting and what you should …

Grease Testing | How We Test Our Greases

Posted by Kylie Team 101 on 21st Sep 2020

Grease Testing | How We Test Our Greases
It is relatively common these days to pick up a product in-store and see the words "Tested" somewhere on the packaging. Whether it be testing for quality, allergens or performance markers, a lot of the time, these words have been used so much that they have lost their meaning.At TYGRIS Industrial, we pride ourselves on delivering the best quality products available on the marke …

Aerosols Pt 2 | Are you using them correctly?

Posted by Kylie Team 101 on 7th Sep 2020

Aerosols Pt 2  | Are you using them correctly?
Aerosol cans are part of our everyday life. However, though we use them daily, most of us are unaware of the potential dangers around them if misused. An Aerosol, an abbreviation of Aero and Solution, is a suspension of liquid or solid particles in a gas, which is then put into a dispensing system for use. Aerosol cans enjoy a long shelf-life because they're compacted into …

Oil vs Grease | What Are The Differences

Posted by Kylie Team 101 on 24th Aug 2020

Oil vs Grease | What Are The Differences
In the mechanical world, there is a never-ending debate between professionals over which is better for lubrication, grease vs oil. But with both products being entirely different, it makes it difficult to distinguish, which is the superior lubricant. With people often not knowing the real differences between the two, we thought we would look at the debate and compare both …

9 Reasons For Bearing Failure

Posted by Kylie Team 101 on 7th Aug 2020

9 Reasons For Bearing Failure
Though it is a fact of life that things will break at some point, it doesn’t mean that you can’t delay the inevitable breakdown. Bearing failure is a common problem, so we decided to write up a guide on nine common reasons your bearings are failing and what you can do to increase the longevity of your bearings.1. Lubrication FailureAccording to a recent study, up to 80 per cent …
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