Characteristics That Every Electrical Power Engineer Needs to Remember About Soil Thermal Resistivity

Posted on: 29 October 2018

Thermal resistivity is one of the essential characteristics of a soil. It is not common to hear people talking about the quality because its applications are few. People who need to understand the thermal resistivity of soil and what it means include electrical engineers and people who install electrical systems. Here, are some of the characteristics which everyone needs to remember about soil when doing electrical cable installations. Soil and backfill thermal properties
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Lengthen the life span of your pulley belt with these hacks

Posted on: 26 September 2018

A pulley, in its most basic form, is a machine that is used to lift heavy objects by reducing the amount of force required to lift the load. They make work (meaning the effort needed to achieve a particular objective) much more manageable. Pulleys are usually made of a wheel, which has grooves into which belts are wrapped around. Pulleys are heavily reliant on the belts to perform; without the belts, a pulley cannot function as it draws its power from pulling the belts.
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Why Stainless Steel Is The Perfect Choice For Your New Office's Air Conditioning Ductwork

Posted on: 8 May 2018

Fitting out a new office building can be a complex process to say the least, and one of the most important components of your new office (at least in Australia) will be the ducting that carries cool air from your air conditioning system to the various rooms and lobbies of your office during hot weather. Though you might assume that you can't go wrong when choosing something as innocuous as air conditioning ductwork, not all ducts are made equal, and the wrong choice can lead to frequent maintenance and repairs that can become a significant drain on your company's assets.
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How To Properly Store And Protect Your Wooden Pallets When Not In Use

Posted on: 27 April 2018

Timber pallets are tremendously versatile and used in an enormous variety of industries, but whether your pallets are used to carry bottled water or bespoke furniture, you need to keep them in good condition to avoid dangerous accidents and unnecessary expense. While they are enormously durable, and treated with a wide variety of chemicals that prevent mould and termite damage, timber pallets are not invulnerable, and a pallet weakened by unnecessary wear and tear can become a hazardous liability.
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