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Using A Ratchet Lever Hoist

10th February 2012
Throughout this article we are going to be discussing ratchet lever hoists. We are going to look at necessary safety usage tips, together with their core advantages and how they actually operate. There are a few additional names a ratchet lever hoist c... Read >
Author: Nikki Dale

SureFlap Vs. Pet Porte

20th January 2012
As the popularity for microchip cat flaps increases so is the battle to be the leading brand of cat flap. SureFlap and Pet Porte go head to head on a daily basis with each brand trying to gain market share over the other and sell more microchip cat flaps ... Read >
Author: easy animal

Eight of the Best Ideas for Hiding Covert Cameras

04th January 2012
Today, some security cameras are wearable while others are fixed. Those that are wearable are put as part of your dressing making it almost impossible to see them with the naked human eye. The fixed covert cameras are fixed on very common object, such as ... Read >
Author: Iain Jenkins

Utility mapping: the easy way to find underground utility lines

02nd December 2011
When digging takes place on a building site, it's likely the worker(s) will come across various utility lines. To prevent any prospective costly damage to these lines, it is necessary to hire the services of a utility mapping business, which will show the... Read >
Author: Toby Shepherd

Concrete X-ray

28th March 2011
Looking to use a tool or a device to locate reinforcing steel, conduit and concrete voids or masonry structures of high thickness as much as 24 inches or more? Here, sharp, high-definition radiographs that can be further utilized to determine the exact lo... Read >
Author: Jame Mark

Installing Structured Cabling: Basic Doís and Doníts

11th March 2011
Although the maximum cable length for a Cat 5e/6/7 system is often reported to be 100m, this length is inclusive of patch and drop leads. Cable testers however, when set to perform a 'Basic Link' test, take this into account and you will find that the m... Read >
Author: RyanC

How to Conceal Wall Mounted Flat screen TV wires and cables during installation

29th October 2010
A Flat screen TV mounted on the wall is a pleasing sight. Along with better picture and sound quality a flat screen LCD or plasma TV also adds to the aesthetic ambiance of any room. However, power cables and wires dangling and lying around spoil the pictu... Read >
Author: Robin Sage

Electric Light Bulb - The Source Of Modern Day Electronics

13th March 2009
Unless you live in the Hurricane Belt or Tornado Alley of the United States and have experienced lengthy periods without electricity, chances are you've been taking the luxury of artificial lighting for granted. The electric light bulb seems to be a bo... Read >
Author: joalesto

Protecting wires, cables and pipes from animals without harming them

18th November 2008
Animals, particularly rodents, cause untold damage to wires, cables and piping by chewing on these plastic products. Rodents chew because they must (their teeth continue to grow during their lifetimes and must be constantly worn down) while deer and other... Read >
Author: aversiontech

Power Interference on an Audio cable

05th July 2008
I get asked questions quite often during an installation for advise about cabling techniques. One of the most often asked questions is "Can't I just run my speaker cables right beside my power cables" or "can speaker wires run next to electrical cables?"... Read >
Author: Andy Dansby

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
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