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5 Things A Good Electrician Must Do

14th March 2012
Looking for a good electrician is not an easy task. You have big companies all the way down to the small individual man and a van. So what is it you should be looking for when hiring your electrician? Being a good electrician is no joke. Aside from ha... Read >
Author: mgriffiths

Types of Testing of Protective Control Relays

20th January 2012
A type of control relay known as a protective relay must be tested before being put into service and then on a regular basis, like once a year, to make sure they are working reliably. The most common in use is the electromechanical type, where a mechanica... Read >
Author: Art Jones

Classic Car Accessories

21st September 2011
Classic cars, as with every other motor vehicles, can be customized by using several wisely chosen classic car accessories. Thatís the way your car will end up the star of the next classic car show. There are many such accessories available on the market,... Read >
Author: Joel Dammann

Mercedes-Benz Certified Pre-Owned Cars

27th May 2011
Mercedes-Benz is known for high standards that have landed several models at the top of countless "Best of" lists. With vehicles built that well, itís no surprise that Mercedes-Benz Certified Pre-Owned Cars are also often ranked as some of the best used c... Read >
Author: UsedCars

High-voltage Cable Testing

11th March 2011
High-voltage cable testing, sometimes known as HiPot (High Potential), is a method of testing used to ensure adequate insulation in a myriad of applications ranging from electric motors and printed circuit boards to transformers and industrial cables. ... Read >
Author: David Manney

No Wires Using A Wireless Light Switch

21st February 2011
A wireless light switch is really a remote light swap that sensors a lighting system or another type of dwelling appliance to mechanically turn itself on or off alternatively of the standard interruption of one's line that goes to the sunshine fixture or ... Read >
Author: ali

The Allis Chalmers WD Tractor Review

17th February 2011
The Allis Chalmers WD tractor was an improvement of previous Allis Chalmers tractors, the A, B, RC, U, UC, WC and WF. Production of the Allis Chalmers WD tractor began in 1948, and production was continued on a yearly basis until 1953. The WD was manu... Read >
Author: Marlon Khan

The Safest Way To Replace a Fuse on a Fuseboard

24th November 2010
Every house must have an up to date electrical fuseboard set up. In the UK it is known as an RCD unit or Residual Current Device. It protects the entire electrical system against any electrical faults something like an overload. The fuseboard usually cons... Read >
Author: Stephen Drummonsy

Easy to troubleshoot a car DVD player installation

15th September 2010
The common problems of car DVD player installation we usually meet are due to issues with the electrical connections and hook-ups. If the car DVD player is not grounded properly, it will not work. Its systems work with a 12-volt DC, negative ground electr... Read >
Author: sdtears

How to Find a Reliable Electrician in Singapore

13th August 2010
For the safety of your family and loved ones, electrical wiring at home should be in good condition and up-to-date. Faulty wiring in the house could cause an electrical fire or short circuit. If there is even a small problem with the wiring, it's better t... Read >
Author: Andrew Tan

Turning a Garage into a Workplace or Other Livable Space

15th July 2010
A garage if not used will be the place for rodent and other harmful pests that may threaten the health of your family members. To get away from these problems, it is a good idea that you use this garage in the other possible ways to make more useful. Your... Read >
Author: clavinee

How an Apartment Electrical System Works

17th June 2010
An electrical system works like a plumbing system at your apartment rental. The electricity enters the apartment by means of one main line, which feeds off high-power lines, which run from pole to pole (the highest lines carry current; the lines below thi... Read >
Author: Apartment Ninjas

How to Trace a Short Circuit

24th May 2010
A Short circuit usually happens when a hot wire touches any of the other two wires. This causes extra current to flow through the circuit, which causes the circuit breaker to trip or the fuse to blow. However, this is not the only reason for short circuit... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

How Do Electrical Conductors and Insulators Work?

24th May 2010
An electrical conductor and an insulator together work to control the flow of electricity throughout the system. Conductors allow electricity to flow freely between two objects, while insulators protect one item from electrical discharge. If you are plann... Read >
Author: mohsinlangah

Learn how to fix car problems on your own

05th May 2010
If you drive a car, then you must also have some basic knowledge about the electrical system in your car so that when there are small breakdowns, you can fix car problems on your own without having to rush to the nearest mechanic. For those who are inclin... Read >
Author: articlemarketing01@gmail.com
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