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DRY TYPE TRANSFORMER INSTALLATION and MAINTENANCE

20th April 2010
INSTALLATION Dry type transformers can be mounted on various surfaces and with different methods of mounting. The transformer should be mounted in an upright position. This will permit the best effective ventilation Be sure the surface to which the tran... Read >
Author: lidiachen

Topsy Turvy Tomato Benefits

26th March 2010
Gardening is one of the most rewarding and relaxing hobby. And for home gardeners, growing tomatoes is the best crop to grow. Tomatoes are easy to grow, but one thing that needs to be considered is their need for a strong support as they start to grow tal... Read >
Author: TampaMarketing

Advantages of Wearing Leather Motorcycle Jacket

17th February 2010
Leather motorcycle jackets are popular outfit among bikers. Top fashion designers advice stylish people, to wear dark jeans and black leather motorcycle jacket. This enhances their look while they are driving on road. The reason behind its popularity is n... Read >
Author: orsondixon

Fine Art Studio Paint Fumes - 4 Ways to Lessen the Fumes in Your Art Studio

14th January 2010
Our lives are enriched by painters who can capture moments in time on canvas. What is not so beautiful is the smell of the paints, acrylics, solvents such as turpentine, and other powerful chemicals that are often a part of the creative process in a paint... Read >
Author: Debbie

Soffit - What Is It and What Does It Do?

01st October 2009
The word soffit is from a French word that basically applies to anything that is "fixed underneath". A ceiling can technically be called a soffit by this definition, but that is not really practical in terms of its common usage.For the most part in the co... Read >
Author: Ray Phaneuf

Don't Get Caught with an Unprimed Flue this Winter

01st October 2009
People who live in cold climates or who have been starting fireplace fires for years know about priming the flue. But what if your fireplace is a nicety, not a necessity, because you live in a temperate climate. If you're one of those people and haven't s... Read >
Author: rharrison98

6 Costly Misconceptions About Insulation

29th August 2009
There are some misconceptions that cost homeowners tremendous amounts of money each and every year. Here's how to avoid getting caught: All Insulation is the Same The R-value myth has made us all use the same yardstick to compare very different type o... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

Hard Drive Crash Due to Overheating and Data Recovery

19th August 2009
Overheating is an extremely serious issue for the computers and their hard drives. Heat is a high contributing factor to hard drive crash and data loss. PCB (Printed Circuit Board), disk platters, spindle motor, disk controller and other internal parts of... Read >
Author: Andrew Juan

Cylinder Head Porting and Polishing

05th August 2009
When your looking to gain a little more power out of a naturally aspirated engine the most important area to work on is cylinder head porting and polishing. Why? An engine is also thought of as an air pump, it takes in an air/fuel mixture, compresses and ... Read >
Author: db545

Taking A Look At The Angel Sales PosturePro Lumbar Support

24th July 2009
You've heard time and time again that poor posture creates a poor back. Perhaps you feel your work chair is uncomfortable for your back, but you don't want to complain to the boss or demand a new chair. The new Angel Sales PosturePro Lumbar Support is a g... Read >
Author: MIKE SELVON

Do Not purchase a Coleman 3-room Family Dome Tent Before Reading This

16th July 2009
Recently, while researching camping tents, I was shocked at the low price of the Coleman 3-room family dome tent. For me Coleman camping tents has always meant quality and guarantee, and I still feel that way, but you definitely need to do your homework b... Read >
Author: james72

Watch Out For Bad Mulching Beds

04th April 2009
Mulching beds has become extremely popular these days, and mulch can be really beneficial to your plants and the soil in your planting beds, but there are things you need to watch for. Here in Ohio the most popular type of mulch that people use is shr... Read >
Author: Jaden Sloan

What's Best For Your Orchid?

19th March 2009
The orchid flower is a nice, if somewhat delicate flower. The orchid flower, with a little care, can make a nice addition to your place. Once you realize what they require, orchids can become hardy plants that add beauty to any room in your house. Whe... Read >
Author: Yevgen Clayton

Wide Body Kits have real purpose besides making your vehicle look awesome

22nd January 2009
Wide Body Kits are more then just for looks Wide body kits will transform just about any vehicle into the hottest, meanest looking street machine in your neighborhood. The beefy exterior body style will make your car look like its on steroids and to ... Read >
Author: Henry Chervenka

How To Stop Stuttering In 9 Minutes

31st December 2008
How To Stop Stuttering I'm a former stutterer that knows first hand just how difficult and frustrating having a stuttering problem can be. Many people don't understand just how hard learning how to stop stuttering can really be. They think anybody can ... Read >
Author: Rin
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