Atlanta Compressor December 2018


KAISHAN PREMIUM AIR COMPRESSORS Superior Features Without Extra Cost At Atlanta, Charlotte, and Nashville Compressor, we pride ourselves on featuring best-in-class products to meet the needs of all types of operations. Among the companies we’re excited to offer products from is Kaishan, one of the world’s premier machinery manufactures. The company’s premier line of air compressors, called KRSP, combines elite engineering, gold-standard efficiency, and reliable performance. All KRSP models come with a number of high-tech features that facilitate ease of use and optimal performance. The digital control panel monitors all essential functions, keeping you informed of how your entire system is running. Centrifugal cooling fans elevate the static pressure, which saves energy costs through heat recovery. All of the electrical components are industrial grade, giving them an excellent lifespan and exceptional reliability. It all adds up to a safe, OSHA-compliant system that keeps your business running at its maximum potential. The amount of money you’ll save in operating costs makes upgrading to a KRSP model a sound financial decision. Some organizations can record energy cost savings as high as 35 percent, which allows for recovery of capital investment in less than one-year’s worth of operation. Furthermore, their world-class performance levels mean that you won’t spend nights worrying about your system freezing up and sending your operation into chaos. Even better, when you purchase a Kaishan KRSP model from us, you’ll get a number of bonus features for free that you’d have to otherwise pay for. We offer a lifetime warranty on all KRSP air compressors, as well as free upgrades to the high ambient temperature and NEMA IV packages. With other companies, these add-ons will require an additional upfront cost. With us, they’re included at the base price. Air compressor costs are often referred to as the “fourth utility” for manufacturing companies due to their high impact on the bottom line. Upgrading to a state-of-the-art air compressor can save you money and provide you with a sense of security for years to come. That’s well worth the cost of upgrading.

And Preserve Your Cast-Iron Skillet

Cast-iron skillets have been utilized almost religiously for a long time, but they became especially popular at the beginning of the 20th century. In some families, a cast-iron skillet is passed down from parents to children to grandchildren — and for good reason: When properly cared for, a good cast- iron skillet can last for generations. There’s nothing quite like a classic breakfast of bacon and eggs right out of the iron skillet. The problem is, once breakfast is over, you’re left with grease and other stuck-on food. But if you follow these steps, you’ll be left with a cast-iron skillet that’s good as new and ready for its next use. The best way to clean cast iron is to use heat. If you’ve let the skillet cool after cooking, start by heating it back up until you get a touch of smoke coming off the grease or stuck-on food. As the skillet heats up, turn on the tap and let it run as hot as possible. (Warning: Never run cold water over hot iron. You’ll crack the metal and ruin the skillet.) Rinse the hot skillet under the hot water. There will be a lot of steam, so be sure to lean back a little! Then, using a wood or silicone spatula (never metal — this will scratch the iron), remove all excess grease and food particles. They should come off like a breeze. If any food particles remain, it’s time to break out the salt. Once the skillet is cool, add about a tablespoon of coarse salt and one tablespoon of water. With a soft sponge, scrub away the leftover debris. Once the remaining particles are gone, rinse and dry thoroughly. To make sure your skillet is completely dry, set it back on a hot burner for a few minutes so that all leftover water drops evaporate. To maintain the nonstick surface of the skillet, you’ll need to complete a few more steps. Remove it from heat and use a lint-free rag to gently rub a tablespoon of vegetable oil (coconut and peanut oil work too) into the surface of the skillet. Cover all parts of the skillet, including the bottom and handle, with a thin layer of oil, and when you see that dull shine, it’s good to go!

Every time you use your cast-iron skillet, follow these steps. It may sound like a bit of extra work, but your skillet will reward you with decades of delicious meals!

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