Blog posts of '2012' 'November'

The Story Behind the Fill2ship Logo- Thursday, November 29, 2012

The Story Behind the Fill2ship Logo!

Some of you maybe wondering what is the story behind the Fill2ship Logo??

Well this logo came to be with a vision of communicating both our Online web address

but also to explain to our customers what our business was instantly about.

Actually the logo is made up of 3 main components:

1. The Container

This symbolizes the loading or Filling of a Container with Fill2ship Products.

2. The Cargo Ship

This stands for the process of Transporting products to Australia or bringing them to the market.

3. Your House or Business

This is where it all comes together and Fill2ship has delivered a great product at a great price directly to your home or business!

Fill2ship was the first company in the world dedicated to power tools, hardware and home improvement to begin to operate with this unique business model. It takes the support, trust, and belief in customers like you to make it happen!

Jason Kiner

Chief Enthusiasm Officer

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Can I Use the 7.2V Worktec Sprayer to Spray Insecticide or other Liquids??- Wednesday, November 28, 2012

This is a very good question and I had this questions asked of me this week. We sold a 7.2V worktec sprayer to a gentlemen I will just refer to as Greg. 

Greg wanted to spray the following solution using the 7.2V Worktec Sprayer.

Basically, if you are looking at the Worktec sprayer being offered via our website and you are interested in spraying a questionable fluid the first question to ask yourself is what is the "Viscosity".  In Greg's case we compared the viscosity to Water and decided as a company to take a chance on selling Greg one of our Worktec Sprayer's. As part of our commitment to Greg we agreed to back him up if the product did not work.
The other question to ask is what is the PH of the this case the substance Greg wanted to Spray was around 6.5 to 7.2 PH.....for those of you who are not engineers a PH of 7 is the water and its basically nuetral meaning its not an acid and not a base.
You need to ask your self about the PH, because heavily acid especially, and also basic substances can react with or corrode the metal parts in the sprayer and or wear out the o-rings.
So to make a long story short...if the substance you want to spray is close to water in terms if viscosity and has a near neutral PH then it is probably ok to use the 7.2V Li-ion Worktec Sprayer available here from Fill2ship.
Hope that helps.
Jason Kiner
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Who is FNI? Why the FNI Brand in Fill2ship??- Tuesday, November 27, 2012

This is a question I sometimes get asked by email so thought I would take some time to answer this for our customers.

FNI stands for Future Now Industries. Actually, it has been told in private that FNI does in fact have a very special meaning far beyond the name shown here. This company has been selling and producing innovative outdoor power equipment since 2009. The first products they launched with was the 43cc Titanium brush cutter which is currently sold in more than 8 different professional markets world wide. Then there was development followed up in other line trimming product categories such as small line trimmers and hedge trimmers and further developments in advanced trimmer lines.....Beginning in 2010 and 2011 Future Now Industries been able to expand its product offerings into other categories such as cordless technologies and electrical power generation.  FNI the whole time has kepts its eye on where the market is going and what new ideas, innovations, and products with great value they can bring to their customers.

Future Now Industries was built off the back of its founder having years of power tool manufacturing and project managment experience having first worked for Black and Decker and then later on for Global Machinery Company of Australia and to this day the owner of the company is still called upon to help other companies improve thier manufacturing capabilities. Future Now Industries has consulted to Fortune 500 and Fortune 50 companies teaching others what they have learned through the years.

You can read more about them at

Jason Kiner



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