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Reviews of Thermal Insulator

14th November 2011
A material that does not conduct heat well, i.e., has a relatively low thermal conductivity (see thermal conduction). Plastics, wood, cork, and some fabrics are good thermal insulators. The reason is that they contain weak molecular bonds in disorderly ar... Read >
Author: Vikas Gupta

Pillows and duvets with hollow fibre filling

17th August 2011
The silky soft, fine and light hollow-fibre duvets are the closest synthetic equivalent to a natural down, for warmth with out weight and gorgeous drape over the body. You might choose lower tog, lighter-weight range in warmer winters, central heating and... Read >
Author: keitpykzsa

Cellular Shades Or Honeycomb Shades - What's the Difference?

08th April 2010
Many people often times get confused between honeycomb blinds and cellular shades. After reading this article, you should have a good idea of which you preffer. The concept may have entered your mind that these are 2 totally separate identities. Wrong. Th... Read >
Author: Chase Burt

The Evolution of Insulation

02nd February 2010
Even though it might be considered by many to be a "modern luxury," insulation is by no means new. In fact, civilizations like the ancient Egyptians and the ancient Romans utilized forms of insulation. The use of insulation to regulate temperatures and pr... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Arizona Rat Control -- Common Diseases Carried By Rats

07th May 2009
Rats may have originated from European and Asian countries, but they have certainly laid their claim on the United States, including several parts of Arizona. When it comes to sharing the planet with all creatures of the Earth, there is a difference betwe... Read >
Author: Adam Spector
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