Today’s bicycle gear assemblies are complex, multidimensional mechanisms with a host of moving parts. Each component is essential to the smooth operation of the bike – and by their very nature, those components get dirty – whether it’s from grease, dust, oil or an array of other road contaminants. For bike assemblies to work properly, they must be kept clean—yet far too often, bicycle repair shops have relied on dirty, time-consuming hand washing to get the job done.
Medical instruments, equipment and tools come in all shapes and sizes. Yet, one fact remains true across all medical office settings: It is absolutely crucial that patient-facing and other instruments, equipment and tools be clean and sterile before they come in contact with patients.
For years, dental offices have faced a persistent challenge: Keeping patient-facing and other critical instruments, equipment and tools clean.
Cannabis production – whether undertaken using hydroponic equipment or other means – is big business these days. With profits on the rise, it’s essential that your cannabis equipment and tools operate cleanly and efficiently. Yet, the production of cannabis products in all their various forms creates algae, resins and other contaminants that coat tubes, hydro flasks, distillation equipment and other component tools.
If you own or operate a tattoo business, you no doubt take immense pride in practicing your craft and providing outstanding service to every customer who walks in the door. Yet, tattoo businesses all face a common dilemma: Keeping customer-facing and other critical tattoo instruments, equipment and parts clean.
Whether it’s gun shops that sell and service firearms, firearms manufacturers of all sizes or individual owners who lovingly clean their prized guns, one thing is certain: Clean parts are absolutely essential. From pistol frames and rifle barrels to trigger assemblies, slides, upper and lower receivers, brass parts and more, clean gun parts help ensure reliable operation and longevity.