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No strikes in neighborhood in over 30 yrs. Any thoughts.
(1) enough strength well if you want more water to go though the pipe, you can increase the pressure, thus if the pipe is to thin it will break (2) a large cross-sectional area. well if you want more water another way is to increase the pipe size (3) enough length to conduct the flow not sure what they are asking on this one but i guess if you have 2 inches of pipe it really doesn't do much does it. (4) a sufficient drop. the drop means water pressure, greater the pressure the more water will flow.
k so i know this is bad, but i need some info on alarm systems to sneak out. The alarm is set everynight, and idk the code, how can i get out of a window without triggering the system?
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That power isn't strong enough to merit the 1.56, and may cause aberrations in the lensesthe regular 1.50 is perfect. There is no thickness factor to worry about at that power.
I had blood drawn today at the lab at my doctor's office. The person that drew the blood wore gloves but then she had an assistant come by and put the gauze and tape on without wearing gloves. I asked if she should be wearing gloves and she says that she didn't wear them because they'd stick to the tape and that she didn't actually touch the blood so it's ok. I just wanted to make sure in other's experiences that is normal. I'm always paranoid about getting STDs. Thanks!
Think out-side the box, the drains are easy, just some schedule 40 PVC of the proper diameter, a Fernco fitting or two, and some elbows, (make sure you keep a good slope on the section leading from the trap to the existing drain line). As far as supply lines, get some dishwasher supply lines, they are available up to 8' long, and have essentially the same ends (fittings) as faucet supply lines. They are completely flexible, permanent, no different than what is there, just longer, can be neatly routed along the back of the vanity, from the shut offs to the new sink location. any number or retaining clips could be used for this step, (1/2 conduit clips spring to mind). No sweating of pipes, no moving shut offs, etc. and your off and running for about 30 bucks. Good Luck!
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I am doing an experiment regarding the fluid flow phenomena. Does anybody come across this experiment mention above? I need some relevant websites which have this informations and the internal design of the valves. Thanks.
Maybe you can run in a temporary line from the compressor, connected to a branch with a valve. You will have to shut down whatever is on the other end until the connection is made, unless it has a valve fitted for this purpose. Another idea is to get a portable compressor or hire one for temporary use.
Last night it rained heavy. This morning the indicator for the door locks say they are open and the heater fan doesnt work? Sensor? fuse? please help.
You can try installing some of those Children Playing signs, or something like that. Otherwise, tell your local police and have them do something about it. Trying to do something about it yourself is vigilantism - and the results are usually dangerous (for everyone nearby) and often illegal. Your attempt to slow cars down might work - or it might result in someone getting killed. Your job is to let the authorities know of the problem. It's their job to fix the problem - and to take responsibility for the methods used. They also have the authority to make the punishment stick - you do not. Good luck! PS: Be careful if you decide to install speedbumps. They can be very dangerous if not secures properly, can cause problems for ambulances and fire trucks, and if the township didn't give permission, they may take them out and charge you for repairing the road - after all, the road is their property, not yours. Be careful - and always get permission from the township before installing anything (including signs.)
Is the trachea connected directly to the inside and outside threads? I remember a sealing ring
The question is too abstract:#1: if the pipe thread (G, NPT, BSP), only need to use raw tape or liquid TEFLON coated, tighten can be.#2: some joints are sealed by the cone. Sealed by a cone (of a ferrule); some have O rings, others are straight. You can find it on PARKER's product samples.#3: some connections are screwed with M thread. Seal by type O ring or copper gasket. You go to FESTO, SMC's website to find the M thread connector, you can.#4: there are other types of fast couplings, too. There are too many kinds.