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History of the Car

25th October 2012
Starting in the late 1700's, European engineers began tinkering with motor powered vehicles. Steam, combustion, and electrical motors had all been attempted by the mid 1800's. By the 1900's, it was uncertain which type of engine would power the automobile... Read >
Author: perrygates2

A Look At The Piston Air Motor

17th August 2011
If one has been to the ubiquitous tyre shop or watched the slick Formula Teams changing tyres in double quick time on the TV , you will have seen the air hammer tools with their staccato hammering action, being used. The tools are driven by compressed air... Read >
Author: Andrew Long

A look at the Components of a Forklift Truck

18th April 2011
Forklifts play a major role in warehouses and distribution centers. For the right business, they can prove to be a huge money saver. Fork lift Kansas can eliminate the role of manpower to a great extent. Interestingly, forklift truck Kansas can support lo... Read >
Author: john doyle

Fuel Savings are Reality for EnviroTab Users

17th February 2010
Progress is being made and a number of people are testifying to the positive effects of adding EnviroTabs to their automobile's tank at each new fill up. Why wouldn't they? The benefits are impressive for the wallet, as well as our planet. Lessening the... Read >
Author: Sam Seegars

Vitamin for Your Vehicle Reduces Emissions and Saves Money at the Pump

26th January 2010
Do fuel additives reduce emissions and lower costs? According to Greenfoot Global, LLC, it does. After years of testing and positive results, a small tablet can be added to each tank of gas to achieve earth friendly results through lower carbon emissions.... Read >
Author: Sam Seegars

Cleaning oxygen sensor

13th August 2008
Is it possible to clean oxygen sensors and recycle them? Though this article we have attempted to explore the possibility of cleaning oxygen sensors as an alternative to replacing them. Oxygen sensors; located in the exhaust system of the automobiles gets... Read >
Author: Eric Dawson
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