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Learn about Welding Safety and Welding Arc Flash

27th October 2008
When you are working with a welder there is always the potential for Arc Flash. Anything that you do that works with electricity can do this and it can be a deadly process. Arc flash can happen on a large or small scale, and depending on the welder's safe... Read >
Author: William

The Shocking Story of Defibrillators: What They Do, Why They Do It

16th August 2008
The word defibrillator is heard more and more these days. You hear it on the news and even about external defibrillators being installed at sports centers and public places. But what is a defibrillator, really? And why are they important? The popular n... Read >
Author: Jo Ann LeQuang

Apartments and Turning on Utilities

29th July 2008
Who turns on the utilities? Depending on how each apartment complex handles utilities, who turns on the utilities can vary from complex to complex. For example, I have friends who live in New Rochelle who tell me it actually varies more than you think.... Read >
Author: Tim Jims

What Causes Lights to Dim

17th June 2008
There are many reasons why lights dim. The first reason could be that the lights are on a circuit with a larger appliance such as a refrigerator or air conditioner. When the appliance kicks in, the lights may dim because the appliance took a lot of power ... Read >
Author: Andy Electrician

Cost Of Living Washington

06th June 2008
Joe black is an author and web designer. Find the most Affordable Cities in the U.S.A and more information on Cost Of Living Washington at his cost of living websiteWashington State is one of the more expensive states to in live in the Pacific Northwest... Read >
Author: may76inc@hotmail.com

Moving Checklist Planer, 4 things to cancel

05th June 2008
There is so much to do when you are moving it is easy to forget to cancel a few important items. Here's a list of things that if forgotten could come back to haunt you later. Just use these ideas to help you brainstorm so you can make your own moving chec... Read >
Author: DJ Bankey

How To Kiss A Girl And Have Her Knees Buckle and Melt In Your Arms

25th April 2008
Copyright (c) 2008 Neo YoungHave you ever wanted to kiss a girl and have her think that you are an incredible kisser? Well, you're in luck, you are about to find out the secrets that will start to turn you into a kissing connoisseur.Most men have not take... Read >
Author: Neo

Recondition an Old Battery

05th March 2008
Reconditioning old batteries and reviving batteries which appear to be dead is not a major problem once you know how. To learn how to recondition batteries requires little outlay with many experts on the net giving the low-down for well under forty bucks.... Read >
Author: Henry Taylor

Why Incandescent Light Bulb Have Gained Prominence In The World Today

19th February 2008
Incandescent light bulb are brilliant! The phenomenon of incandescence is that when a substance receives heat its temperature starts rising. As this continues, a stage approaches when the substance starts emitting light. This is because as its temperature... Read >
Author: Peter Gitundu

How to Sell Your Used Electric Wheelchair

20th January 2008
Wheelchairs are a boon to the physically disabled people who cannot walk or move. With the help of these wheelchairs they can move around anywhere and everywhere. They are free to go wherever they want with the support of wheelchairs. The wheelchair is a ... Read >
Author: John Sern

What's wrong with your Electric Bill?

06th June 2007
100% of the Power Utility Companies have raised their rates by over 20%! A lot of electric bills have doubled ... But they all can be lowered with simple electrical wiring techniques and a "Proven Product" that is now available. Simple wiring tec... Read >
Author: Rodney Folsom

How To Check For Blown Fuses Using A Digital Multimeter.

29th March 2007
There are several ways to check for blown fuses in a circuit. It is always best to check fuses with the power off when possible but as a maintenance mechanic in high speed production facilities for the past twenty years, I know that this is not always pos... Read >
Author: Jim

10 Tips for Buying a Vacuum Cleaner

01st June 2006
10 Tips for Buying a Vacuum Cleaner This is not a "What is the best vacuum cleaner to buy" article but you will find some tips on purchasing a vacuum cleaner tha will save you some grief and money. 1. Match the vacuum to the job Carpet: Only an uprigh... Read >
Author: Randy Bos

Dealing With Objections

14th May 2006
An objection can be looked upon as sales resistance, and without it you cannot expect to make a sale just as in electricity you cannot expect to have current flowing from one end of conduction to the other without resistance. Making a sale is like dr... Read >
Author: Jonathan Farrington

Using the Fleeting Touch to Increase Attraction

11th March 2006
The American culture is by comparison to international standards a "no-touch" society. This means we use touch very selectively, such as shaking hands when being introduced, or an occasional pat on the back. Such selective use of touch creates an opportun... Read >
Author: Tristan Loo
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