Glass & Mirror

The term reflective glass does not refer to mirrors only, though such glass can provide mirror-like qualities. Reflective glass has a metallic coating to help reflect heat, which in turn lowers energy costs for the building, as it takes less energy to regulate the building’s interior temperature. Reflective glass can give the appearance of a one-way mirror, providing added privacy for building occupants. Reflective glass uses consist of forming building facades and interior design pieces.

Scaffolding Material

  • Improper set-up or use of scaffolds is the third most cited OSHA violation. The agency issued
  • 3,900 scaffold citations in 2016. OSHA estimates that approximately 2.3 million construction workers (65 percent of the construction industry) work on scaffolds.
  • The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 72 percent of workers injured in scaffolding accidents are injured in accidents caused by the planking or support giving way, or the employee slipping or being struck by a falling object.

Plumbing Material

One of the problems of every civilization in which the population has been centralized in cities and towns has been the development of adequate plumbing systems.

Building Material

Building material is material used for construction. Many naturally occurring substances, rocks, sand and wood, even twigs and leaves, have been used to construct buildings. Apart from naturally occurring materials, many man-made products are in use, some more and some less synthetic.


Wood is the material which forms the trunks and branches of trees.

Safety Products

Safety Equipment, as implied by its name, includes the gadgets that are used (worn, used, suspended etc.) for the protection of life and to avoid injuries or casualties. For example, in a welding operation the dark welding helmets are used as a piece of safety equipment. In construction operations, hard hats, foot gear and coveralls are considered safety equipment. All these types of safety equipment fall under the Personal Protective Equipment category.

Ferrous Metals & Non Ferrous Metals

Non-ferrous metals are alloys or metals that do not contain any appreciable amounts of iron. All pure metals are non-ferrous elements, except for iron (Fe), which is also called ferrite from the Latin ‘ferrum,’ meaning “iron.”