Author: J Miller

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Tanner Celebrates 34 Years

We’re celebrating 34 years! Tanner Bolt & Nut Corp. was founded in 1979 with a vision for providing fastening solutions for commercial, industrial and institutional facilities. Now, led by Jeffrey Tannenbaum, it has been...

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BCS550 Makita Saw

The BCS550 Makita Saw is a top of the line metal cutting saw. Some specs include a 2 inch cutting capacity, 3600 RPM high torque blade for a clean cut edge, and an 18...

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Tanner Bolt’s New Location!

Tanner Bolt would like to welcome you to their new Long Island City location at 48-18 Van Dam St, a block and a half from the Long Island Expressway and just minutes from the...

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Are Your Workers at Risk? SolarPro on Fall Safety

Karl Riedlinger has written an excellent article in SolarPro Magazine. It’s a great read if you want to become familiar with the requirements of fall protection standards for photovoltaic (PV) installations.  Kindly, SolarPro has granted...

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How to Read a Grinding Wheel Label

Below is an example of a label that is found on United Abrasive grinding wheels with all pertinent information a user needs to operate the wheel. Section A: “A24R-BF” This is the marking system...

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Welcome to Tanner’s New Long Island City Location

Visit our new showroom and warehouse located at 48-18 Van Dam Street in Long Island City, New York. This additional location was selected for its convenience. Near both the Midtown Tunnel and Queensboro Bridge,...

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Solar Panel Theft is Getting More Attention

A recent article over at RenewableEnergyWorld.com focuses on the growing problem of solar panel theft. Solar theft grew by 15% in 2009, and has likely been on the rise ever since. The 15% figure,...

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Hard Facts About Hardening

Professional liability underwriters traditionally have perceived design/build as the most hazardous construction-related professional liability exposure. The combination of design activity, on-site supervisory presence and active participation in the actual construction add up to a...