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Office Environment

18th June 2012
What makes an office a great place to work? If your office environment is dark, dismal and uninspiring, it will no doubt have an impact on not only your mood but also your work!! It is believed that a good working environment increases productivity. ... Read >
Author: james Bond

Muffling Noise with Anti-Vibration Mounts and Rubber Buffers

06th October 2011
Noise pollution is an insidious enemy because we often fail to recognize when noise levels have reached unacceptable highs. While many transporters use rubber buffers and loading bays to prevent damage to goods during loading and unloading, few do so to m... Read >
Author: John Deangelis

The Sennheiser MX400 Headgear Review

05th October 2011
Sennheiser is a small, privately owned German company that produces a very wide range of high quality audio accessories for both casual and professional use, ranging from speakers, to microphones, to headphones - even headsets designed for online gaming o... Read >
Author: Paul Wise

Hiranandani Estate Thane’s biggest 200 acre township

07th July 2011
Hiranandani Estate is away from Mumbai’s hustle-bustle and yet so close to the city. It is Thane’s biggest 200 acre township and a destination that offers everyone a luxurious and fulfilling yet affordable lifestyle. This eco-friendly township is built... Read >
Author: skindia2011

How To Activate a Fog Horn With a Marine Radio

17th February 2011
There is nothing much more frightening than being caught on the open water, and unexpectedly being caught in dense fog. The fog appears to magnify sounds eerily. Running aground is a extremely real danger. Or even worse a full out collision between boats.... Read >
Author: Tracy Blevins

Split Air Conditioner Installation: Five Common Mistakes To Avoid

11th November 2010
More and more homeowners in the US are opting for split Air Conditioners (ACs) since they are less expensive than a central cooling unit. Moreover, they are easy to install and facilitate quick cooling or heating of rooms. As with any electrical device in... Read >
Author: Aliceshown

How Weber and Rinne hearing tests work

23rd April 2010
A person has a better chance of treating his or her hearing loss problem when it is diagnosed early on. One of the ways of getting hearing loss is by living in a noisy place like near an airport or a construction yard. Sometimes hearing loss is something ... Read >
Author: Hazely Burns

Can Earplugs Improve Your Health?

30th October 2009
We know earplugs protect your hearing, but do they improve your health? Yes. I hope someday conventional medicine puts more emphasis on prevention and wellness, but for now, it may be up to you. Earplugs should be a part of your preventative plan for you ... Read >
Author: eddieb

Retired Police – What to do next

02nd September 2009
In the UK it is standard practice for police to work for 30 years, after which they are eligible for a full police pension. In England and Wales alone there are over 142,000 police officers and given that many would have started their journey in the polic... Read >
Author: Mike Palmer
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