EPOXY CAST IRON FITTING DRAINAGE
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Made from 100% recyclable materials, CMAX epoxy cast iron pipe systems are not only environmental friendly, but also satisfy many properties necessary to withstand the aggressive conditions both internal and external of the pipes and fittings: these properties include its excellent resistance to abrasion, corrosion, impact and fire. CMAX also has low noise transmission compared to common UPVC drainage pipe systems. CMAX is designed as long lasting building materials.
CMAX epoxy cast iron pipe systems with nominal size between 40-300mm comply with BS EN 877.BS EN 877 guarantees the quality of the materials, dimensions and tolerances, mechanical properties(like water pressure, tensile strength and brinell hardness) appearance, and the standard coating for the epoxy cast iron pipes, fittings and couplings.
Iron is well known for its strength and abrasion resistance. The shape and impact strength of CMAX products are unchanged under exposure of sunlight and weathering, while UPVC and PVC pipes would soften, deform and become brittle under intense temperature change.
CMAX’s sturdy and dense properties reduce pipe vibration a silent drainage system.Studies had proven iron is the quietest material out of all other common drainage system.
Non-Toxic and Non-Combustile:
No toxic gas will be emitted from CMAX in the event of fire. Iron is also non-combustile,so epoxy cast iron pipes and fittings are recoverable after fire.
All CMAX epoxy cast iron pipes and fittings are internally and externally finished with corrosive resistant epoxy coating to prevent fouling and corrosion. The epoxy on CMAX epoxy cast iron pipes and fittings provides an excellent exterior under humid and tropical conditions.
Coupling:Lightweight couplings are specially engineered to guarantee a strong, quick and easy connection between CMAX pipes and fittings. Made from stainless steel with rubber gaskets, the coupling match pipe and fittings non-corrosive properties.
- Q:I was wondering how much a real estate earn? Is it really worth it? I heard they can become millionare's I really love the job but im afraid the money won't be enough?
- As so much as you wish. It's one hundred% fee and of path will depend on the discipline you're promoting. In regards to marketers now not doing good on this marketplace. BULL S**T. Homes are promoting, patrons have become offers. The handiest organization that's hurting is the vendor. But marketers receives a commission it doesn't matter what. And houses are promoting. All the inside track is approximately how low the charges have come. Yes, however once more, this more commonly results dealers. GOOD marketers are running rough. BAD/LAZY marketers don't seem to be creating wealth considering they blame the marketplace, now not themselves, for now not promoting. There are plenty of possibilities to be had for GOOD marketers.
- Q:I would like some real facts and figures on this. Was there any real research on this or is it just a lot of hype to sell real estate courses?Did a govenment agency or somebody else came up with the figure of 90%?
- The answer to this is that it is true, depending on how you look at things. Of course real estate courses are usually promoting the idea of owning property (house/duplexes/apartment buildings, etc) and renting them out for income and holding for appreciation or fix and flips. There are also ways to use real estate other than renting it to make money. For example: what business is McDonald's in? Your answer might be 'selling hamburgers'. But according to Ray Kroc (the founder of McDonald's) his business was real estate. McDonald's owns some of the most expensive pieces of property in the country. According to him he could just have easily used the real estate to build car washes and made money that way. Basically, there are four ways to get rich. Inherit it, marry it, win it or earn it. Under earning it, there are making money in stocks or the stock market, starting a business and real estate. There are exceptions such as athletes and movies stars who earn millions. If you move some of the starting a business to the real estate column (like McDonald's) you can see how someone might say 90 percent of millionaires got that way by owing real estate. I have never seen any studies or government reports that tried to make this type of classification. Who would make the decision? Some of this '90 percent of millionaires got that way by owning real estate' is hype, but then there is a lot of truth to it also, plus it is something that anyone could do. Starting a business requires and idea, a business plan, capital, marketing, selling, etc. Investing in stocks requires money and knowledge and luck about what and when to buy and sell. Real estate is something where you can start small and in the past could get banks and mortgage companies lend you the money to purchase. And then of course there is the appeal that the real estate courses promote that you need no money or credit to get started. Good Question
- Q:My parents own a house in a small subdivision and behind the house is a large area of undeveloped land that hasn't been taken care of for decades. I assume it is owned by a local real estate company, but not entirely sure. My parents cleared out all the kudzu that was creeping into their yard and made a space that goes about five feet out along the length of the fence. They recently started planting some vegetables in this area since its not in use and it seems whoever owns it has no plans to do anything with it but I am concerned they could get into some legal trouble if company who owns it finds out they have this small garden back there. So the question is, can my parents get into serious trouble with this?
- No, your parents I'm sure understand the risk. To find out who owns that parcel all you need to do is check with the Property tax appraisal office for that county, it's public information. In most states and counties you will find this information on line.
- Q:I am really considering taking an online real estate program for the state of GA. What program do you suggest? Also, what pros and cons exist with being an agent?
- Find out if your state requires all agents to immediately become brokers. The pros: work hard, you'll earn a living. Lie, cheat and steal, and you'll make more money--and worry constantly about getting caught. It's sales work. If you don't like sales, you won't like real estate. Rarely do clients come to you: you have to find them.
- Q:I'm thinking pretty hard about becoming a real estate agent (Michigan), but would like to hear some thoughts from people who were or are currently agents. I know I have to get licensed first, but what I'm looking for are some real life experiences and answers. You can read articles on the net, but those are mainly just someone's opinion. Thanks for any info.!
- most states require a license, the course is tough, and the exam for the license is tougher. that's just to start and then you have to recert every so many yrs. which means continuing education. i have been in the field since 1997 and its a tough industry. turnover amongest new agents is probably 85-90% the first year. lots of folks do it part time as it takes a special person to be able to make a living at it. no education lol, you need to be an accountant, a psycologist, a marriage counselor, an attorney, a mortgage broker, a chauffer, a decorator, and most of all great with people. Most agents make less than 15,000 their first year and thats why they don't survive. check it out and maybe you will have a change of attitude the first time you read a sales contract, seller's disclosure, listing agreement, etc. this is a tough profession.
- Q:I'm looking into possibly getting my real estate license but I don't know where to begin. Google wasn't any help, either. I'm just wondering about fees, length of schooling, etc. If anyone has any insight (even people not from Penn.) I'd appreciate it!
- I took two classes at a community college which were RES101 and 102 Hope this helps
- Q:I am thinking about stating a career in real estate. Does anyone know how to get started, whats involved, most of all, how much it costs??
- Q:I was wondering if my d.u.i. conviction could keep me from getting a real estate license in georgia? I have that dui and a minor in possesion of alcohol charge on my record. no felonies or charges having to deal with money or anything.....Thanks
- I don't know, but if you are considering going to Real Estate school, before you spend the money, I would make sure I understood how extremely difficult the market is in our state. My home, my folks' home, my best friend's home have all lost HALF their value. My other friend has 3 houses for sale on her street that are selling for less than 1/3 of what they were selling for 3 years ago. I don't mean to rain on your parade to be cruel, I just want you to know that it hasn't been this hard to make a living in real estate since the late 70's. Georgia is leading the nation in foreclosures, or was recently. Any real estate school can tell you if a DUI prevents you from getting your license and if you don't want to ask, call the Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs, they can steer you to the correct governing agency.
- Q:Sorry I probably didn't even word that right. I'm 16, bout to be 17 and a junior in high school. I wanted to start learning real estate right now so I could try it and make some money and possibly a career while in college. Can anybody in this business please suggest some sites and what to learn to do this? Thanks alot
- Once okorder for the best real estate online resources available with links to all the specialty disciplines. Save your money and buy a house really young because that will give you some equity and credit worthiness when you want to make your first investment moves. Keep your eye on the ball. Good luck.
- Q:im looking for a legit real estate school, located in or near pittsburgh. please dont tell me to "google" it, im not looking for adds im looking for others knowledge, and advice. =] thankyou
- Best way- fake one using Microsoft Word. Nobody checks the authenticity. Just make sure you frame it after you print it out. Good luck!
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