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Dangers Of Electric Shocks For Toddlers

10th February 2012
Generally children are at little risk from getting an electric shock these days. Electrical appliances are the main danger around then home. You can make you home even safer for your children by following these simple rules. Just installing items li... Read >
Author: imogenenie

UK Removals - A good Business Prospect

31st May 2011
To conduct a detailed research on the feasibility of any proposed business venture is essential, so if you are planning to launch a UK Removal company and searching for some guidelines, then reading this article may help you to some extent. Removal firms... Read >
Author: Alice Smith

Can I Claim For An Accident At Work If There Were No Witnesses?

27th May 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Nicholas Jervis Accidents in the workplace happen for a variety of reasons but if you have had an accident at work and there were no witnesses to the accident you may be wondering whether you can make a claim for injury compensation.... Read >
Author: Nicholas Jervis

What is PAT Testing and Why is it Important?

02nd September 2010
If you are involved in the running of the business, chances are you will have heard of PAT testing. There is no escaping the health and safety regulations in the UK that instruct all businesses, no matter how large or small, to ensure that their staff are... Read >
Author: RL Waterman

Choosing the Best Baby Sterilising Equipment for your Baby is Essential

25th August 2010
Sterilising equipment for feeding bottles, teats, pacifiers, teething rings and accessories is vital for a healthy baby as equipment has to be sufficiently sterilized before and after each feed. It is essential that any equipment that is in oral co... Read >
Author: Declan

Machinery industry running situation and steel demand outlook - Hydraulic Couplings Manufacturer

02nd July 2010
Since 2005 the overall operation of China's machinery industry point of view, is expected compared to last year, the annual output value and sales revenue will grow 20%; profits will remain level or slightly increase over the previous year; export earning... Read >
Author: cheop

All about Copper Laminated Flexible Jumpers

04th June 2010
Laminated flexible jumpers are specialized electrical equipment made from copper. Several foils of electrolyte copper are stacked over each other followed by application of high temperature under high pressure. This is a very delicate process involved in ... Read >
Author: russelmori

TESDA WEBSITE: A Government Initiative

10th May 2010
TESDA WEBSITE: A Government Initiative Technical education and Skills development Authority is a government body which was formed in order to help strengthen the workforce and manpower of Philippines. This government body trains people in vocational cour... Read >
Author: Paul

NFPA Compliance and Electrical Transformers

26th March 2010
Even though energy transformers typically deal with hazardous levels of electricity, they are often located in or near fairly public places. Their safety is thus a matter of much concern. For this reason, requirements for electrical transformers and emplo... Read >
Author: MikeD

Safety Precautions You Need To Keep In Mind When Using Industrial Fire Fighting Equipment

27th January 2010
Fire accidents can happen anywhere. That is why all establishments should have fire fighting equipment installation. The occurrence of uncontrolled fire happens due to several causes. If only fire prevention were properly implemented, no accidental fire t... Read >
Author: joalesto

Marine Fire Fighting Equipment: Securing Ship Safety And Damage Control When There Is Fire

09th December 2009
Fire fighting offshore is different than fire fighting inland. The former requires different strategies because the environment is just not the same, even though the circumstances during which fire accidents can start off are basically similar. Accidents ... Read >
Author: joalesto

Heavy-Duty Industrial Blowers Fans

19th October 2009
Aside from the small squirrel cage blowers used on some electrical equipment, the most common blowers of this type are the units used for drying carpet after cleaning or a fire, the blowers used for leaf sweeping and the unit hidden inside a vacuum cleane... Read >
Author: O. Chetchel

A Power Inverter Review Guide

08th April 2009
A power Inverter review is invaluable when it comes to finding the best Inverter for your needs. Cheap Inverters are now fairly widely available but it is always best to get a recommendation so you know that what you are buying comes with at least some gu... Read >
Author: Dave Tee

IP65 and IP54 - Protecting your Electrical Equipment from Dust, Debris and Liquid

03rd September 2008
Computers, monitors and other electrical equipment are now just as commonplace in industry and manufacturing as they are in the office or home. Unfortunately however the demands on electrical equipment such as computers are completely different in industr... Read >
Author: Richard N Williams

Brief history of the electrician

20th July 2008
With the late nineteenth century seeing developments in using electricity for residential and industrial use, along with this came the electrician for installation and maintenance. There was a rapid expansion in the use of electrical technology from this ... Read >
Author: barry.walker
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