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Customer shares experience with Murphy Products

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Customer shares experience with Murphy Products

One of our customers just sent us some photos of them using our products to lift a 2,300 lb. gate valve. Pretty cool to have your customers take time out of their day to email you.

How to Get the Most out of Your Chain

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Transport chain and graded chain tips...

With many chain options available, it’s important to know the differences between grades of chain. Every grade of chain has different uses and applications, but can generally be separated into three main categories: overhead lifting chain, transport chain, and other welded industrial chain types.

Know the Difference Between Chain Grades

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

If you are in the market for a new chain, you should learn the difference between the various grades. For example, you will find distinct differences between a grade 70 chain and grade 120 chain. Chains are designed for many purposes, so knowing what each grade means will help you choose the product that works best but is also the safest.

Cutting Shipping Cost Dramatically with More Durable, Collapsible IBCs

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Reusable crates can be shipped thousands of times and avoid the high cost of traditional single-use containers

IBCs (International Bulk Containers) have long been utilized for storing and transporting bulk liquids and powders. Considered more durable than cardboard boxes or wood pallets and containers, yet smaller and easier to manage than shipping containers, these intermediate-sized options are ideal for bulky or heavy items. Even within the IBC category, however, there are many container options based on type of material (wood, plastic, tubular steel, aluminum or steel) as well as types (rigid, folding and flexible).

Advantages of Chain Slings over Other Types of Slings

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Chain slings are known for their durability, versatility and extremely long service life. Used in many different industries -- generally in rough, heavy duty applications, Chain Slings offer many benefits. We will explain the benefits of Chain (link type) vs. other slings.

5 Way to Keep Your Equipment around Longer

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments


Here are some quick tips on how NOT to flush your money down the toilet ...

Your equipment is probably the biggest set of assets your company has. Real estate might cost more, and money in the bank might be more crucial in the short term, but long term, you have no business if your equipment doesn’t work, or doesn’t work well enough.

Innovation or Implosion?

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

I wrote recently about the important of innovation and creativity. You innovate to test ideas, meet new challenges, provide better solutions.

And, some things work, some don’t… I'm reminded of the Zeppelin. Here's an innovative idea by CargoLifter to deliver extremely heavy and large loads – ones too heavy to transport via road or rail – by Zeppelin. CargoLifter had tremendous demand, because they found a niche that wasn’t being served.

Murphy Wins BBB Award for Excellence

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

We work hard at putting our customers first and finally were recognized for it.

Here at Murphy Industrial Products it doesn't matter if you buy one item or 100 we treat all our customers like they are #1. If you're our customer you know the difference and on May 13th ...

The Future Of Procurment

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

Gaze into the future ...

The Future of Procurement, an Oxford Economics study. Over 1,000 CPOs, VPS, directors, category managers, sourcing managers, buyers, and other procurement professionals from around the world participated in the survey—a mighty feat of collective future-gazing. And now it’s your turn. Have a look at this infographic.

Neighbors Create Own Internet Service

By Tim Muprhy 1 years ago No comments

***How a Group of Neighbors Created their own Internet Service***

A recently published story on Ars Technica chronicled how a group of neighbors were able to successfully create their own internet service.

Until last year, the only internet available to the 5,000-plus residents ofOrcas Island was a slow, 1.5mbps connection. The local internet service provider, CenturyLink, was unable to provide fast or reliable internet to the people on Orcas island.

Chris Sutton lives on Orcas island and was fed up with the slow, unreliable internet service he had. Sutton and a few others decided to start the Doe Bay Internet Users Association and make their own internet service.

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