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Are your shipping tags reliable? Do they fall off during transit or during loading and unloading? Losing track of your shipments and inventory can be costly, especially with large and heavy bundles of product.
Mighty Hook’s new Tag Springs ensure labels stay attached to bundles throughout shipping and storing so customers receive the correct bundle. And just as importantly, Tag Springs keep track of your inventory wherever it may be stored, so you can manage your logistics and keep storage costs low.
One of the most common applications for this type of tag is bundles of metal tubes. Mighty Hook has designed its Tag Spring line with these applications in mind. Tag Springs are easy-to-use for any type of round or square tubing identification. The Hard-Drawn Spring Steel provides excellent internal retention—even through repeated uses.
The metal processing industry is a harsh environment with extreme temperatures. That’s why the industry requires a single identification tag that can handle the temperatures and stay with a product from beginning to end. Because of the size and weight of large metal tubes, the costs of shipping and even holding inventory temporarily can be high and variable.
Tag Springs are durable up to 750° F (400° C) to serve metal tube and pipe manufacturers, providing reliably readable barcodes for accurate inventories. We make them in three stock sizes, but custom sizes are available. Contact us with your unique requirements.
In the latest issue of Powder Coated Tough magazine, we outline four steps that will help you find the most efficient racking system for any product you are coating, because every product has its own unique characteristics. And even though every product hangs differently on a paint rack, the temptation is to find a one-size-fits-all solution. That instinct can actually cost you efficiencies and profits. In reality, an “all-purpose” rack is a “no-purpose” rack.
When a customized racking system makes sense, taking the time to plan out that system for optimal results pays dividends by cutting wasted time, wasted coatings, and wasted space. Oftentimes, the most optimal solution is a balance between customization and flexibility within a single hanging racking system. You want to create an efficient system, but you don’t want to completely straitjacket your processes unnecessarily.
Efficiency in racking is about space density on the line. The more densely you can run your products down the conveyor, the more efficiency and cost savings you can gain. There are many ways to gain throughput on the coating line without sacrificing quality. The gains you experience will come from increasing density within a custom coating rack system, increasing density on the conveyor, increasing the speed with which you can load each rack, and increasing the efficiencies of rack transfer.
These four steps will guide you to optimal results:
Learn how to work through all four steps in the January/February issue of Powder Coated Tough magazine.
Or, if you would rather Might Hook design a custom coating rack system, let us know!
Mighty Hook offers a wide variety of masking products and, with our new website, it is quicker and easier to find exactly what you are looking for. You are now able to filter your search to specific lengths, diameters, threading, rated temperature, and more!
You will find that many of our products eliminate the common problems you face in day-to-day operations. Take our vented caps for example – they are easy to install, easy to remove, and they won’t pop off when the air inside heats up.
Our high-grade masking plugs come in a variety of shapes and sizes, color-coded for easy identification. They are reusable, maintaining quality paint on your quality parts.
Beyond these highlights, Mighty Hook offers a huge variety of stock and custom solutions. If you can’t find what you’re looking for on our website, give us a call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to meeting all of your masking needs!
Mighty Hook makes Batch Racks, Powder Peg Racks, and everything in between. If you don’t see what you’re looking for on our website, your search for the perfect product shouldn’t stop there. We have decades of archived designs, so your perfect solution is just an email or phone call away.
We design and manufacture our products in-house, so in addition to being North America’s largest distributor of hooks, racks, and masking products, we’re experts on everything we sell. If you’re looking for a custom or semi-custom racking design, look no further than our engineering team with a combined 100+ years of industry experience.
We specialize in designs that meet ALL your requirements, not just the functional ones. We’ll happily design around any cost constraints while finding the best custom racking solution possible to meet your needs.
Your complete satisfaction is our ultimate goal. When we explore racking options, we carefully tailor our approach to your specific needs. We take pride in our products and are confident that the longer you use them, the more impressed you’ll be with how they make your day-to-day operations easier.
If you already have a racking design you’re happy with, let us make it for you! Typically within 24 hours, our engineering staff can provide you with a quotation for prototype and production runs with our specially designed quoting software.
If you are looking to increase racking efficiency and coating line productivity, give us a call or visit our contact page.
Mighty Hook has a close-knit group of great employees. As you have recently read, several of those employees have been with the company for many years. From day-to-day, we follow our routine - good morning hello’s and fresh cups of coffee, followed by a few hours of meetings and focused productivity. Our work day is broken up by casual lunch breaks and friendly chitter chatter amongst staff, all before getting back to the grind, and ending the day with the shuffling of feet, hearty goodbye’s, and “see you tomorrow’s”. For another day, our hard work has been complimented by the good character that breathes throughout the company.
When the rare occasion comes that a new character joins the group, we get excited for the possibility of bettering business, operation, and ourselves as a team. The introduction of this new member breathes hope into the bunch as they bring with them fresh perspective, drive, and personality.
In March of this year, we welcomed the arrival of our new Customer Service Manager, Leigh Baird.
Leigh has been everything we could have hoped for in a CS manager. She is thorough, organized, kind, and has a great sense of humor. She is an incredible listener and team player, and she is always willing to help find the solution to the problem. Read on below to hear Leigh’s story!
We are so happy to have you as part of the Mighty Hook family! What drew you to Mighty Hook initially?
One of the things that drew me to Mighty Hook was its size. For the past 10 years, I have worked for large corporations and felt more like a number than a part of a team. I have felt like a member of the team from day 1 at Mighty Hook and that’s been such a great experience.
Have you always worked in customer service? What do you like most about role as the customer service manager?
I have always had some type of role in customer service. I really like the interaction you get to have with your customers and building relationships with them. I have customers from my first job that still send Christmas cards every year.
What have you enjoyed most about your time working at Mighty Hook?
Everyone has been so welcoming and helpful in my first six months. I really enjoy coming to work each day, which is something not everyone gets to say. I feel very fortunate to have found such a good match.
We know your many talents within the scope of your job description. What are you passionate about outside of work? What are some of your natural talents?
Outside of work, I love both cooking and traveling. They, of course, go really well together. I love going places and experiencing them more like a local. Finding a great hole-in-the-wall restaurant or coming across a cool flea market. Getting suggestions from the people that live there has brought me to some of my favorite meals and experiences. Then it’s fun trying to replicate those meals when you get home.
If you could offer any advice or words of wisdom to our readers – life- or work-related – what would it be?
Don’t sweat the small stuff. In work and life, don’t let the little things that are out of your control take over.